Subchapter 17. Mining Safety Orders

Article 1. Definitions

Article 3. Reports to the Division

Article 4. Accident Prevention Program

Article 5. Care of the Injured

Article 6. General Safety Precautions

Article 7. Drinking Water, Change Rooms, and Sanitation

Article 10. Personal Protection

Article 11. Materials—Storage and Handling

Article 12. Ground Control

Article 13. Illumination

Article 15. Mining Equipment and Practices

Article 16. Drilling Operations and Jumbos

Article 17. Loading, Hauling and Dumping

Article 18. Conveyors and Tramways

Article 20. Transportation of Workers

Article 21. Mine Ladders and Travelways

Article 22. Fire Prevention and Control

Article 25. Engines–Internal Combustion

Article 26. Emergency Plan

Article 27. Escapeways and Refuge Stations

Article 30. Rescue Stations and Equipment Underground

Article 31. Air Quality, Radiation, and Ventilation

Article 32. Gases in Mines

Article 35. Mine Shafts

Article 36. Hoisting Equipment

Article 37. Hoisting Practices

Article 40. Inspections

Article 41. Telephones

Article 45. Protection Against Water

Article 46. Dangerous Excavations at Underground Mines

Article 47. Electrical Equipment and Practices

Article 50. Explosives

Article 51. Storage of Explosives

Article 52. Transportation of Explosives

Article 53. Handling and Use of Explosives—Blasting Operations

Article 54. Mixed Blasting Agents

Article 55. Licensing of Blasters

Subchapter 18. Ship Building, Ship Repairing and Ship Breaking Safety Orders

Article 1. Introduction

Article 2. Application

Article 3. Definitions

Article 4. Control of Hazardous Work

Article 5. Scaffold Construction

Article 6. Precautions

Article 7. Welding, Cutting and Heating

Article 8. Miscellaneous Safe Practices

Article 9. Personal Protective Equipment

 

Subchapter 20. Tunnel Safety Orders

Article 1. Introduction

Article 2. Definitions

Article 3. Injury and Illness Prevention Program

Article 4. Safety Precautions

Article 5. Personal Protective Equipment

Article 6. Illumination and Lasers

Article 7. First Aid

Article 8. Tunnel Classifications

Article 9. Emergency Plan and Precautions

Article 10. Emergency Rescue Procedures and Equipment

Article 11. Change Houses and Sanitation

Article 12. Ventilation and Air Quality

Article 13. Ground Control

Article 14. Fire Prevention and Control

Article 15. Drilling

Article 16. Mechanical Tunneling Methods, Machinery and Equipment

Article 17. Transportation and Haulage

Article 19. Shaft and Hoisting Systems

Article 20. Explosives

Article 21. Storage of Explosives

Article 22. Transportation of Explosives

Article 23. Handling and Use of Explosives—Blasting Operations

Article 24. Licensing of Blasters

 

Subchapter 21. Telecommunication Safety Orders

Article 1. Telecommunications

Pursuant to the requirements of the Executive Order, the Board is specifically interested in seeking oral or written comments in the following areas:

(1) Are the regulations currently necessary, cost effective, and therefore be retained, modified or repealed;

(2) What are the current fiscal and economic impacts from the regulations;

(3) Do the regulations conflict or overlap with federal or local requirements; and,

(4) Are there less intrusive and more cost effective alternatives to the regulations.

Please note that the objective of this review is not to reduce the occupational safety and health in the workplace. Rather, the objective is to review current regulations for necessity, cost effectiveness or needed changes.

Your participation in the Sunset Review of Title 8 regulations and the Public Meeting process is both welcome and appreciated. In the interest of planning, the Board is requesting that persons wishing to address the Board regarding the above-referenced safety orders, contact the Board Secretary, at (916) 322-3640 no later than December 11, 1998. In addition, any written comments should also be submitted to the address listed above prior to that same date. This will afford staff and the Board Members an opportunity to review the material prior to the Public Meeting and formulate questions, if necessary.

If you have any specific questions regarding this matter, please contact John D. MacLeod, Executive Officer at (916) 322-3640.