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ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

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Maryland has adopted the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Standards contained in Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910 for General Industry, Part 1926 for Construction, and Part 1928 for Agriculture. Thus, Maryland employers are not subject to dual sets of standards. Regulations that apply to work activities at the College fall under Parts 1910 and 1926. Use the links below to access links at OSHA's web site to all of the subparts of these regulations. The name and standard number(s) for the most relevant subparts are listed under each link to help you identify and locate particular sections of interest.

In addition to the federal standards, Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH) has adopted several regulations unique to Maryland. For more information about MOSH, go to http://dllr.md.gov/labor/mosh/.

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For General Industry:  Part 1910 (and subparts)

  • Employee Exposure & Medical Records (29CFR1910.1020)
  • Asbestos (29CFR1910.1001)
  • Bloodborne Pathogens (29CFR1910.1030)
  • Confined Spaces (29CFR1910.146)
  • Electrical Safety (29CFR1910.301–399)
  • Emergency Exits (29CFR1910.35)
  • Fire Protection (29CFR1910.155–165 and Appendices)
  • Formaldehyde (29CFR1910.1048)
  • Hand and Portable Power Tools (29CFR1910.241–244)
  • Hazard Communication (29CFR1910.1200)
  • Hazardous Materials (29CFR1910.101–119)
  • Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response (29CFR1910.120)
  • Laboratory Safety — Occupational Exposures (29CFR1910.1450)
  • Ladders — Portable Wooden Ladders(29CFR1910.25) and Portable Metal Ladders (29CFR1910.26)
  • Lead (29CFR1910.1025)
  • Lockout/Tagout (29CFR1910.147)
  • Machine Guarding (29CFR1910.211–215)
  • Noise Control (29CFR1910.95)
  • Personal Protective Equipment — (29CFR1910.132–139 and Appendices)
  • Powered Industrial Trucks (Forklifts) (29CFR1910.178)
  • Respiratory Protection (29CFR1910.134)
  • Signage — Color Coding (29CFR1910.144); Accident Prevention Signs/Tags (29CFR1910.145)
  • Walking and Working Surfaces (29CFR1910.21)
  • Welding, Cutting and Brazing (29CFR1910.251–257)

For Construction: Part 1926 (and subparts)

  • Asbestos (29CFR1926.1101)
  • Electrical Safety (29CFR1926.400–449)
  • Eye and Face Protection (29CFR1926.102)
  • Fall Protection (29CFR1926.500–503)
  • Foot Protection (29CFR1926.96)
  • Gases, Vapors, Fumes, Dusts and Mists (29CFR1926.55)
  • Hazard Communication (29CFR1926.59)
  • Head Protection (29CFR1926.100)
  • Hearing Protection (29CFR1926.101)
  • Illumination (29CFR1926.56)
  • Ladders (29CFR1926.1053)
  • Lead in Construction (29CFR1926.62)
  • Lockout/Tagout of Circuits (29CFR1926.417)
  • Noise Exposure and Hearing Protection (29CFR1926.52)
  • Personal Protective Equipment (29CFR1926.95–107)
  • Respiratory Protection (29CFR1926.103)
  • Scaffolding (29CFR1926.450–454)
  • Signage — Accident Prevention Signs/Tags for Construction (29CFR1926.200)
  • Stairways (29CFR1926.1052)
  • Temporary Heating (29CFR1926.154)
  • Tools — Hand and Power (29CFR1926.300–307)
  • Ventilation (29CFR1926.57)
  • Welding and Cutting (29CFR1926.350–354)

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