Subchapter 13. Logging and Sawmill Safety Orders

Article 1. Introduction

Article 1.5. Accident Prevention and First Aid

Article 2. Logging Operations—General

Article 3. Logging Roads and Bridges

Article 4. Signals and Communication Systems

Article 5. Falling and Bucking

Article 6. Climbing and Preparation of Spar Trees

Article 7. Rigging

Article 8. Logging Machines

Article 9. Tractors (Including Rubber–Tired)

Article 10. Portable Metal Spars

Article 11. Helicopter Yarding Operations

Article 12. Yarding, Swinging, and Loading

Article 13. Transportation

Article 14. Log Dumps, Ponds and Other Log Handling Facilities

Article 15. Sawmills

Article 16. Veneer and Plywood Plants

Article 17. Lath, Shingle, and Shake Mills

Subchapter 14. Petroleum Safety Orders—Drilling and Production

Article 1. Application and Variances

Article 2. Definitions

Article 3. Injury and Illness Prevention Program

Article 4. First Aid and Medical Services

Article 5. Dangerous Exposure

Article 6. Fires and Explosions

Article 7. Confined Spaces

Article 8. Gas and Vapor Testing

Article 9. Pipe Lines, Fittings, and Valves

Article 10. Opening and Blinding Pipe Lines and Equipment

Article 11. Drainage, Housekeeping and Leakage Control

Article 12. Hazardous Substances

Article 13. Agitation and Heating of Liquids in Tanks

Article 14. Reservoirs and Stationary Tanks

Article 15. Unfired Pressure Vessels, Boilers, and Fired Pressure Vessels and Pressure Relief Devices

Article 16. Gas Compressors and Engines

Article 17. Identification of Wells and Equipment

Article 18. Standard Type Derricks

Article 19. All Derricks, Masts and Supporting Structures

Article 20. Cellars and Shafts

Article 21. Access and Exits, Derrick and Mast Floors

Article 22. Safety Belts and Lanyards

Article 23. Erection of Derricks and Masts

Article 24. Guying Derricks and Masts

Article 25. Crown Platforms and Railings

Article 26. Pipe and Sucker Rod Platforms for Derricks and Masts

Article 27. Pipe Racking Supports for Derricks and Masts

Article 28. Ladders and Ladderway Opening for Derricks and Masts

Article 29. Tools, Equipment, and Materials in Derricks or Masts

Article 30. Back–Up Posts, Kelly Pull–Back Posts, Back–Up and Safety Lines for Pipe Tongs

Article 31. Handling Heavy Tools at Drilling Wells

Article 32. Rotary and Circulating Hose and Standpipe

Article 33. Rotary Drilling Machinery

Article 34. Standard Tool–Drilling Machinery

Article 35. Drilling and Well–Servicing Machinery and Equipment

Article 37. Oil Well Pumping Machinery and Equipment

Article 38. Pumps and Pump Pressure Relief Devices

Article 39. Guarding Sheaves for Telescoping, Jackknife, Gin Pole and Cantilever Derricks and Masts

Article 40. Traveling Blocks and Hooks or Similar Devices

Article 41. Wire Rope Lines

Article 42. Catheads for Well–Drilling and Well–Servicing Machinery

Article 43. Lines Used on Catheads

Article 44. Miscellaneous Tools and Equipment

Article 45. Pipe Handling and Storage Racks

Article 46. Liquid Loading and Unloading Facilities and Operations

Article 47. General Safety Provisions and Precautions

Article 48. Illumination

Article 49. Wharves and Piers

Article 50. Shafts at Oil Wells

Article 51. Rig–Building Equipment and Operations

Article 52. Prime Movers

Article 53. Line Spoolers and Dead Line Stabilizers

Article 54. Weight Indicators

Article 55. Blowout Prevention

Article 56. Attractive Nuisance Guards

 

Subchapter 15. Petroleum Safety Orders—Refining, Transportation and Handling

Article 1. Application and Scope

Article 2. Definitions

Article 3. Injury and Illness Prevention Program

Article 4. First Aid

Article 5. Fire and Explosions

Article 6. Dangerous Exposure

Article 7. Confined Spaces

Article 8. Access and Egress

Article 9. Tanks and Reservoirs

Article 10. Gas and Vapor Testing

Article 11. Opening and Blinding Pipe Lines and Equipment

Article 12. Hazardous Substances

Article 13. Drainage

Article 14. Agitation and Heating of Liquids in Tanks

Article 15. Process Equipment–Maintenance

Article 16. Pumps, Pipe Lines and Valves

Article 17. Equipment Leakage and Breakage

Article 18. Unfired Pressure Vessels, Boilers, and Fired Pressure Vessels and Pressure Relief Valves

Article 19. Identification of Equipment

Article 20. High–Pressure Hydrocarbons

Article 21. Gas Compressors and Engines

Article 22. Loading and Unloading Platforms and Operations

Article 23. Laboratories and Pilot Plants

Article 24. Wharves and Piers

Article 25. Miscellaneous Safety Practices

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 November 13, 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.