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CONSTRUCTION SAFETY STANDARDS

Part Number

Standard Title   
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Effective Date

Related Information   

General Rules   

11/4/15

Compared to OSHA  
Sample Accident Prevention Program (SP #1) 
Job Site Safety Review 
Standard Interpretation  
Implementation Strategy

2

Masonry Wall Bracing  

5/28/10

Compared to OSHA, 
2010 Amendment,
Fact Sheet, Poster,
Fact Sheet Q&A 

Personal Protective Equipment  

3/31/15

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

7

Welding and Cutting  

10/29/15

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

8

Handling and Storage of Materials  

4/9/13

Compared to OSHA  
Standard Interpretations  
Implementation Strategy

9

Excavation, Trenching & Shoring  

3/21/13

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet 
Fact Sheet 
MISS Dig Fact Sheet            
Implementation Strategy

10

Cranes and Derricks

3/22/16

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet
Contractor's Directory to Overhead Power Line Safety Information

11

Fixed and Portable Ladders  

12/16/14

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet   
Portable Ladder Fact Sheet  
Implementation Strategy

12

Scaffolds and Scaffold Platforms  

4/11/13

Compared to OSHA 
Fork Trucks Fact Sheet 
Work Platform Fact Sheet  
Standard Interpretations
Scaffolding Fact Sheet 
Implementation Strategy

13

Mobile Equipment  

7/30/99

Compared to OSHA 
Struck-By Fact Sheet 
Fork Trucks Fact Sheet 

14

Tunnels, Shafts, Cofferdams and Caissons  

4/10/14

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy 

15 Excavators, Hoists, Elevators, Helicopters, and Conveyors 3/22/16 Compared to OSHA

16

Power Transmission & Distribution  

3/2/16

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

17

Electrical Installations  

1/16/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

18

Fire Protection and Prevention  

4/14/15

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

19

Tools  

4/11/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

20

Demolition  

3/21/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

21

Guarding of Walking & Working Areas  

1/16/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

22

Signals, Signs, Tags, and Barricades  

1/21/14

Compared to OSHA  
MDOT 
Local  Tech  Assistance  Program 
Fact Sheet 
Implementation Strategy

24

Tar Kettles  

1/16/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

25

Concrete Construction  

1/16/13

Compared to OSHA 
Declaratory Ruling - Lansing Ice & Fuel 
Implementation Strategy

26

Steel Erection  

4/10/14

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet 
Slip Resistance Memo  
Column Setting Fact Sheet 
Standard Interpretation
Implementation Strategy 

27

Blasting and Use of Explosives  

4/14/15

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

28

Personnel Hoisting in Steel Erection  

3/29/07

Compared to OSHA,
Headache Ball Compliance Instruction

29

Communication Towers  

4/10/09

Compared to OSHA  

30

Telecommunications  

6/12/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

32

Aerial Work Platforms

9/24/13

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet 
Working Safely on Roadways Fact Sheet 
Aerial Work Platforms ( OSC -6066) 
Scissor Lift Fact Sheet
Implementation Strategy

35

Confined Space in Construction

10/29/15

Compared to OSHA, Confined Space Initiative

42

Hazard Communication
(29 CFR 1910.1200)
*New Version*

 

 

2/5/14

 

Compared to OSHA 
CET Publications 
Agency Instruction 
RTK Hazard Communication Compliance Guideline (SP #22)

Note: This is new version of Hazard Communication Standard.  The paragraphs of the new standard come into effect in stages from 12/1/2013 to 6/1/2016.  Effective Dates of Requirements of New Hazard Communication Standard.

 42

Hazard Communication
(29 CFR 1910.1200)
*Old Version*

 

Note: This is previous version of Hazard Communication Standard.  Some sections of the old standard remain in effect until 5/31/2016.

45

Fall Protection  

4/13/15

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet 
Standard Interpretations 
Fact Sheet (doc/ pdf )
Residential Fall Protection Compliance Criteria  (March 25, 2011)  
Updated Enforcement Policy for Residential Fall Protection 
Residential Fall Protection (SP #35) 

91

Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals  

2/25/14

Compared to OSHA 

GI 7  

Guards for Power Transmission  

1/25/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

GI 49  

Slings  

1/17/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

Note: The effective date of each standard as shown is not necessarily the original publication date but is the date of the latest amendment to the standard. 

CONSTRUCTION HEALTH STANDARDS 

Part Number   

Standard Title   
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Effective Date   

Related Information   

303

Methylenedianiline ( MDA )  

4/14/15

Compared to OSHA  

304 

Ethylene Oxide  

3/3/15

Compared to OSHA  

306 

Formaldehyde  

12/16/14

Compared to OSHA  

307 

Acrylonitrile  

3/3/15

Compared to OSHA  

308 

Inorganic Arsenic  

4/11/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

309 

Cadmium  

6/5/13

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet 
Implementation Strategy  

311 

Benzene  

8/12/14

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy  

312 

1,3-Butadiene  

1/21/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

313 

Methylene Chloride  

9/26/13

Compared to OSHA  
Fact Sheet 

314 

Coke Oven Emissions  

9/25/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

430 

Hazard Communication
(29 CFR 1910.1200)
*New Version*

 

2/5/14

 

Compared to OSHA  
CET Publications 

Note: This is new version of Hazard Communication Standard.  The paragraphs of the new standard come into effect in stages from 12/1/2013 to 6/1/2016.  Effective Dates of Requirements of New Hazard Communication Standard.

 430

Hazard Communication
(29 CFR 1910.1200)
*Old Version*

 

Note: This is previous version of Hazard Communication Standard.  Some sections of the old standard remain in effect until 5/31/2016.

431

Hazardous Work in Laboratories  

1/17/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

432 

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response  

3/27/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

451 

Respiratory Protection 
(29 CFR 1910.134)  

1/21/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

470 

Employee Medical Records and Trade Secrets  

1/17/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

504 

Diving Operations  

4/19/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

523 

Abrasive Blasting  

3/11/16

Compared to OSHA  

591 

Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals  

9/26/13

Compared to OSHA  

601 

Air Contaminants for Construction  

3/20/13

Compared to OSHA 
Hex Chromium Fact Sheet 
Isocyanate Fact Sheet 

602 

Asbestos for Construction 

6/12/13

Compared to OSHA  
Asbestos Homepage 
Fact Sheet 
Implementation Strategy 

603 

Lead Exposure in Construction  

2/13/14

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet  
Lead Fact Sheet 
Implementation Strategy

604 

Chromium (VI) in Construction  
(29 CFR 1926.1126)  

9/20/10

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet 

620 

Ventilation Control for Construction  

10/26/07

Compared to OSHA 

621 

Health Hazard Control for Specific Equipment and Operations for Construction 

11/19/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

665 

Underground Construction, Caissons, Cofferdams, and Compressed Air  

12/16/04

Compared to OSHA 

680

Noise Exposure for Construction 

10/6/00

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet 

681

Radiation in Construction: Ionizing and Nonionizing  

10/14/05

Compared to OSHA  

Note: The effective date of each standard as shown is not necessarily the original publication date but is the date of the latest amendment to the standard. 

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