29 CFR Part 1926 provides rules, procedures, processes, and regulations pertaining to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) including regulations for the construction industry, such as safety and health standards, inspections, environmental controls, personal protective and lifesaving equipment, fire protection and safety, signs, signals, barricades, motor vehicles mechanized equipment, maritime operations, electrics, materials storage, tools, and more.
This information is vital for safety teams, construction firms, associated builders and contractors, construction subcontractors, road and transportation builders personnel, sheet metal, air conditioning, electrical contractors, mechanical contractors and their union leaders. Additionally, members of the construction safety council, personnel managers, safety officers, personal injury attorneys, attorneys that handle workers compensations cases and others may also have an interest in this volume. Lastly, students pursuing vocational careers in electrical and construction-related fields will want to be aware of these regulations for their certifications within these fields.
This comprehensive edition contains the latest official guidelines which were released on July 1, 2015.