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Safety StandardsóLongshore, Stevedore and Waterfront Related Operations (Chapter 296-56, WAC)

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Last Updated: 1/5/16

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WAC Description
296-56-099 Definitions

PART A—GENERAL

296-56-600

Marine terminals.

296-56-60001

Scope and applicability.

296-56-60003

Variance and procedure.

296-56-60005

Definitions.

296-56-60006

Personnel.

296-56-60007

Housekeeping.

296-56-60009

Accident prevention program.

296-56-60010

Emergency action plans.

PART B—WATERFRONT OPERATIONS

296-56-60011

Slinging.

296-56-60013

Stacking of cargo and pallets.

296-56-60015

Coopering.

296-56-60017

Line handling.

296-56-60019

Standard gauge railroad operations.

296-56-60021

Signals displayed by each maintenance crew.

296-56-60023

Warning flags or lights.

296-56-60025

Signals unobscured.

296-56-60027

Audible warning system.

296-56-60029

Safety observer on railroad switching.

296-56-60031

Warning at road crossing.

296-56-60033

Flying switches.

296-56-60035

Clearance from railroad tracks.

296-56-60037

Car plates.

296-56-60039

Dockboards (bridge plates).

296-56-60041

Log handling.

296-56-60043

Movement of barges and railcars.

296-56-60045

Communication.

296-56-60047

Open fires.

PART C—HAZARDOUS ATMOSPHERES AND MATERIALS

296-56-60049

Hazardous cargo.

296-56-60051

Handling explosives or hazardous materials.

296-56-60053

Hazardous atmospheres and substances.

296-56-60055

Carbon monoxide.

296-56-60057

Fumigants, pesticides, insecticides and hazardous preservatives (see also WAC 296-56-60049, 296-56-60051 and 296-56-60053).

PART E—CARGO HANDLING GEAR AND EQUIPMENT

296-56-60071

House falls.

296-56-60073

Miscellaneous auxiliary gear.

296-56-60075

Cargo boards and other type pallet boards.

296-56-60077

Powered industrial trucks.

296-56-60079

General rules applicable to vehicles.

296-56-60081

Multipiece and single-piece rim wheels.

296-56-60083

Cranes and derricks.

296-56-60085

Crane load and limit devices.

296-56-60087

Winches.

296-56-60089

Conveyors.

296-56-60091

Spouts, chutes, hoppers, bins, and associated equipment.

296-56-60093

Certification of marine terminal material handling devices.

296-56-60095

Advisory crane certification panel.

296-56-60097

Unit proof load test and inspection.

296-56-60098

Examination and inspection of cranes and derricks.

296-56-60099

Hand tools.

PART F—SPECIALIZED TERMINALS

296-56-60101

General.

296-56-60103

Terminals handling intermodal containers or roll-on roll-off operations.

296-56-60105

Grain elevator terminals.

296-56-60107

Terminal facilities handling menhaden and similar species of fish.

PART G—PERSONAL PROTECTION

296-56-60109

Eye protection.

296-56-60110

Respiratory protection.

296-56-60111

Head protection.

296-56-60113

Foot protection.

296-56-60115

Other protective measures.

296-56-60116

Payment for protective equipment.

296-56-60117

Maintenance and load limits.

296-56-60119

Protection from falling.

296-56-60121

Minimum safety requirements for docks and dock facilities.

296-56-60122

Access to vessels.

296-56-60123

Guarding of edges.

296-56-60125

Clearance heights.

296-56-60127

Cargo doors.

296-56-60129

Platforms and skids.

296-56-60131

Elevators and escalators.

296-56-60133

Manlifts.

PART H—MANLIFTS—ELECTRIC

296-56-60135

Manlifts—Electric.

296-56-60139

Hoistway enclosures and landings.

296-56-60141

Scope and application.

296-56-60143

Hoistway gates.

296-56-60145

Elevator car.

296-56-60147

Elevator doors.

296-56-60149

Counterweight, enclosures, and fastenings.

296-56-60151

Guide rails.

296-56-60153

Hoisting ropes.

296-56-60155

Space under hoistway.

296-56-60157

Car safeties.

296-56-60159

Brakes.

296-56-60161

Car controls and safety devices.

296-56-60167

Hoisting machine mechanisms.

296-56-60169

Elevator car and counterweight buffers.

296-56-60171

General requirements.

PART I—MANLIFTS—HAND POWER

296-56-60180

Scope and application.

296-56-60183

Hoistway landings.

296-56-60185

Hoistway clearances.

296-56-60187

Habitable space under hoistways.

296-56-60189

Hoistway guide rails.

296-56-60191

Buffer springs and overtravel of car.

296-56-60193

Car specifications.

296-56-60195

Counterweights.

296-56-60197

Sheaves.

296-56-60199

Hoisting ropes.

296-56-60201

Operating rope.

296-56-60203

Lighting.

296-56-60205

Overhead supports.

296-56-60207

General requirements.

PART J—LADDERS, STAIRWAYS OPENINGS, SANITATION,
SIGNS, ETC.

296-56-60209

Fixed ladders.

296-56-60211

Portable ladders.

296-56-60213

Jacob's ladders.

296-56-60215

Fixed stairways.

296-56-60217

Spiral stairways.

296-56-60219

Employee exits.

296-56-60221

Illumination.

296-56-60223

Passage between levels and across openings.

296-56-60225

Guarding temporary hazards.

296-56-60227

River banks.

296-56-60229

Sanitation.

296-56-60231

Signs and marking.

PART K—RELATED TERMINAL OPERATIONS AND EQUIPMENT

296-56-60233

Related terminal operations and equipment—Machine guarding.

296-56-60235

Welding, cutting and heating (hot work) (see also definition of "hazardous cargo, material, substance or atmosphere").

296-56-60237

Spray painting.

296-56-60239

Compressed air.

296-56-60241

Air receivers.

296-56-60243

Fuel handling and storage.

296-56-60245

Battery charging and changing.

296-56-60247

Prohibited operations.

296-56-60249

Petroleum docks.

296-56-60251

Boat marinas.

296-56-60253

Canneries and cold storage docks.

296-56-60255

Excerpts from Revised Code of Washington.

296-56-99002

Form—Appendix A—Standard signals for longshore crane signals.

296-56-99003

Form—Appendix B—Standard signals for longshore crane signals.

 

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