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(a) General requirements:
(1) Containers shall be provided for storing or carrying rivets, bolts, and drift pins, and secured against accidental displacement when aloft.
(2) Pneumatic hand tools shall be disconnected from the power source, and pressure in hose lines shall be released, before any adjustments or repairs are made.
(3) Air line hose sections shall be tied together except when quick disconnect couplers are used to join sections.
(1) When bolts or drift pins are being knocked out, means shall be provided to keep them from falling.
(2) Impact wrenches shall be provided with a locking device for retaining the socket.
(1) Riveting shall not be done in the vicinity of combustible material unless precautions are taken to prevent fire.
(2) When rivet heads are knocked off, or backed out, means shall be provided to keep them from falling.
(3) A safety wire shall be properly installed on the snap and on the handle of the pneumatic riveting hammer and shall be used at all times. The wire size shall be not less than No. 9 (B & S gauge), leaving the handle and annealed No. 14 on the snap, or equivalent.
(1) Connections of the equipment used in plumbing-up shall be properly secured.
(2) The turnbuckles shall be secured to prevent unwinding while under stress.
(3) Plumbing-up guys related equipment shall be placed so that employees can get at the connection points.
(4) Plumbing-up guys shall be removed only under the supervision of a competent person.
NOTE: Authority cited: Section 142.3, Labor Code. Reference: Section 142.3, Labor Code.
1. Renumbering and amendment of former section 1810 to section 1716 filed 1-13-87; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 87, No. 4). For history of former section 1716, see Register 85, No. 25.
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