OSHA Training Requirements - CONCRETE AND MASONRY CONSTRUCTION
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1926.700 – 1926.706 – Concrete and Masonry Construction
1926.701 – General Requirements
(a) – Construction loads. No construction loads shall be placed on a concrete structure or portion of a concrete structure unless the employer determines, based on information received from a person who is qualified in structural design, that the structure or portion of the structure is capable of supporting the loads.
1926.703 – Requirements for Cast-in-place Concrete
(b)(8)(i) – The design of the shoring shall be prepared by a qualified designer and the erected shoring shall be inspected by an engineer qualified in structural design.
1926.705 – Requirements for Lift-slab Operations
(a) – Lift-slab operations shall be designed and planned by a registered professional engineer who has experience in lift-slab construction. Such plans and designs shall be implemented by the employer and shall include detailed instructions and sketches indicating the prescribed method of erection. These plans and designs shall also include provisions for ensuring lateral stability of the building/structure during construction.
(i) – If leveling is maintained by manual controls, such controls shall be located in a central location and attended by a competent person while lifting is in progress. In addition to meeting the definition in 1926.32(f), the competent person must be experienced in the lifting operation and with the lifting equipment being used.
(m) – All welding on temporary and permanent connections shall be performed by a certified welder, familiar with the welding requirements specified in the plans and specifications for the lift-slab operation.