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2010 - MSHA’s“Rules to Live By” Initiative. They’ve gotten the word. And now… so do you!. Regulations MSHA WILL Check during Your next inspection!. #1: Mobile Equipment Speed.

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1 mobile equipment speed
#1: Mobile Equipment Speed
  • Name one piece of mobile equipment you use at work and give its maximum safe operating speed under ideal road/weather conditions.
  • List one Mechanical Defect that might cause the equipment to start going too fast.
  • List the location of the Operator/Owner Manual for this piece of equipment.
  • Give one example of a speed limit posted at your mine site(s) and where it is located.
regulation 1
Regulation #1

Fatalities

  • “Operating Speed and Control of Mobile Equipment”

Water Truck too fast for grade

Too fast for approach

30 cfr 56 9101
30 CFR § 56.9101
  • Operating speeds and control of equipment.
  • Operators of self-propelled mobile equipment shall maintain control of the equipment while it is in motion. Operating speeds shall be consistent with conditions of roadways, tracks, grades, clearance, visibility, and traffic, and the type of equipment used.
2 is your work area really safe
#2: Is your work area really safe?
  • List at least two times when a general inspection of your work area should be done to ensure your safety.
  • Does your company have a Lock-Out/Tag-Out policy when doing maintenance?
  • Is anyone in your company considered a ‘Qualified Electrician’?
regulation 2
Regulation #2

Fatalities

  • This regulation deals with “Working on Electrically Powered Circuits.”

Contact with energized circuit

Arc Flash from energized circuit

30 cfr 56 12017
30 CFR § 56.12017
  • Work on power circuits.
  • Power circuits shall be deenergized before work is done on such circuits unless hot-line tools are used. Suitable warning signs shall be posted by the individuals who are to do the work. Switches shall be locked out or other measures taken which shall prevent the power circuits from being energized without the knowledge of the individuals working on them. Such locks, signs, or preventative devices shall be removed only by the person who installed them or by authorized personnel.
3 are you sure you can stop
#3: Are you sure you can stop?
  • Use the piece of mobile equipment you listed in Regulation #1 and describe it’s braking system. (Air, Hydraulic, Disc, Drum)
  • Describe how this braking system is checked when doing a Pre-Operational Check.
  • Describe something that would happen when operating this equipment that might indicate bad brakes?
regulation 3
Regulation #3

Fatalities

  • This rather extensive regulation deals with “Brakes & Brake Performance.”

Loss of control on grade

Loss of control on grade

30 cfr 56 14101
30 CFR § 56.14101
  • Brakes.
  • (a) Minimum requirements. (1) Self-propelled mobile equipment shall be equipped with a service brake system capable of stopping and holding the equipment with its typical load on the maximum grade it travels. This standard does not apply to equipment which is not originally equipped with brakes unless the manner in which the equipment is being operated requires the use of brakes for safe operation. This standard does not apply to rail equipment.(2) If equipped on self-propelled mobile equipment, parking brakes shall be capable of holding the equipment with its typical load on the maximum grade it travels.(3) All braking systems installed on the equipment shall be maintained in functional condition.
30 cfr 56 14101 continued
30 CFR § 56.14101 - Continued
  • (b) Testing. (1) Service brake tests shall be conducted when an MSHA inspector has reasonable cause to believe that the service brake system does not function as required, unless the mine operator removes the equipment from service for the appropriate repair;
  • (2) The performance of the service brakes shall be evaluated according to Table M-1. (See Green Book).
  • Stopping distances are computed using a constant deceleration of 9.66 FPS(super)2 and system response times of .5.1, 1.5, 2, 2.25 and 2.5 seconds for each increasing weight category respectively. Stopping distance values include a one-second operator response time.
4 are you sure it s safe to work on
#4: Are you sure it’s safe to work on?
  • Once more, use the piece of mobile equipment you chose in Regulation #1. List at least one maintenance procedure that would require you to chock the wheels.
  • List a piece of Stationary Equipment at your worksite that would require special blocking during maintenance to prevent hazardous motion.
  • Describe the blocking procedure for the above piece of Stationary Equipment.
regulation 4
Regulation #4

Fatalities

  • This regulation deals with “Procedures during repairs or maintenance.”

Improperly blocked Fork-lift.

Unblocked Loader Bucket fell.

30 cfr 56 14105
30 CFR § 56.14105
  • Procedures during repairs or maintenance.
  • Repairs or maintenance of machinery or equipment shall be performed only after the power is off, and the machinery or equipment blocked against hazardous motion. Machinery or equipment motion or activation is permitted to the extent that adjustments or testing cannot be performed without motion or activation, provided that persons are effectively protected from hazardous motion.
5 seat belts
#5: Seat Belts
  • Is there ANY mobile equipment on your property that doesn’t have seat belts? If so, name it.
  • Name two conditions that would tell you that a seat belt needs to be repaired/replaced.
  • Some operating speeds might seem too slow for needing a seat belt, but name the other condition (other than speed) where a seat belt can save your life.
  • Think 15mph is too slow? 15 Miles-Per-Hour translates to how many Feet-Per-Second?
regulation 5
Regulation #5

Fatalities

  • This regulation requires “Seat belts be worn by equipment operators.”

Rollover – Seatbelt not worn

Rollover – Seatbelt not worn

30 cfr 56 14130 g
30 CFR § 56.14130 – (g)
  • Roll-over protective structures & Seat Belts.

g) Wearing seat belts. Seat belts shall be worn by the equipment operator except that when operating graders from a standing position, the grader operator shall wear safety lines and a harness in place of a seat belt.(h) Seat belts construction. Seat belts required under this section shall meet the requirement of SAE J386, “Operator Restraint System for Off-Road Work Machines'' (1985, 1993, or 1997), or SAE J1194, “Roll- Over Protective Structures (ROPS) for Wheeled Agricultural Tractors'' (1983, 1989, 1994, or 1999), as applicable, which are incorporated by reference.

  • (i) Seat belt maintenance. Seat belts shall be maintained in functional condition, and replaced when necessary to assure proper performance.
regulation 6
Regulation #6

Fatalities

  • This regulation deals with “Seat belts provided and worn in haul trucks.”

Loss of control - Seatbelt not worn

Rollover - Seatbelt not worn

30 cfr 56 14131
30 CFR § 56.14131
  • Seat belts for haulage trucks.
  • (a) Seat belts shall be provided and worn in haulage trucks.
  • (b) Seat belts shall be maintained in functional condition, and replaced when necessary to assure proper performance.
  • (c) Seat belts required under this section shall meet the requirements of SAE J386, “Operator Restraint System for Off-Road Work Machines” (1985, 1993, or 1997), which are incorporated by reference.
7 is it the right tool for the job
#7: Is it the right tool for the job?
  • List one source of information that can tell you how to use your machinery/equipment correctly?
  • List two activities that would obviously be a misuse of a socket wrench.
  • List two ways a front-end loader can be misused (activities other than the ones it’s designed for which are digging, loading, tramming).
regulation 7
Regulation #7

Fatalities

  • This regulation deals with “Machinery, equipment, and tools used beyond design.”

Man-lift used beyond limits

Improper use of Tools (Jacks)

30 cfr 56 14205
30 CFR § 56.14205
  • Machinery, equipment, and tools.
  • Machinery, equipment, and tools shall not be used beyond the design capacity intended by the manufacturer where such use may create a hazard to persons.
8 proper parking
#8: Proper Parking
  • Use the piece of mobile equipment you listed in Regulation #1 and describe it’s parking brake system.
  • Describe how this parking brake system is checked when doing a Pre-Operational Check.
  • List one other measure that can be taken to ensure a parked piece of equipment will not move.
regulation 8
Regulation #8

Fatalities

  • This regulation deals with “Parking procedures for unattended equipment.”

Struck while leaving loader

Struck while exiting cab

30 cfr 56 14207
30 CFR § 56.14207
  • Parking procedures for unattended equipment.
  • Mobile equipment shall not be left unattended unless the controls are placed in the park position and the parking brake, if provided, is set. When parked on a grade, the wheels or tracks of mobile equipment shall be either chocked or turned into a bank.
9 working at heights
#9: Working at Heights
  • List one work activity that requires you to work at least four (4) feet off the ground.
  • List one measure you can take or barrier that is in place to prevent a fall while doing this activity.
  • If your company uses personal fall arrest devices, list where they are located on your property.
regulation 9
Regulation #9

Fatalities

  • This regulation deals with “Safety belts and lines” (fall protection) and when its needed.

Improper tie-off.

Failure to tie off.

30 cfr 56 15005
30 CFR § 56.15005
  • Safety belts and lines.
  • Safety belts and lines shall be worn when persons work where there is danger of falling; a second person shall tend the lifeline when bins, tanks, or other dangerous areas are entered.
10 confined spaces
#10: Confined Spaces
  • A confined space is any space not designed for continuous human occupancy and also has restricted access (hard to get into and out of). List three (3) such confined space at your worksite.
  • If you have them, list one large loose material storage structure at your workplace.
regulation 10
Regulation #10

Fatalities

  • This regulation deals with entering “Bins, hoppers, silos, tanks, and surge piles.”

Improper Hopper Entry

Improper Hopper Entry

30 cfr 56 16002 c
30 CFR § 56. 16002(c)
  • Bins, hoppers, silos, tanks, and surge piles.
  • (c) Where persons are required to enter any facility listed in this standard for maintenance or inspection purposes, ladders, platforms, or staging shall be provided. No person shall enter the facility until the supply and discharge of materials have ceased and the supply and discharge equipment is locked out. Persons entering the facility shall wear a safety belt or harness equipped with a lifeline suitably fastened. A second person, similarly equipped, shall be stationed near where the lifeline is fastened and shall constantly adjust it or keep it tight as needed, with minimum slack.
11 lifting with equipment
#11: Lifting with Equipment
  • List at least one production/maintenance lifting activity at your worksite that requires the use of lifting machinery.
  • Suspended loads can be dropped accidentally, but what else can happen with those loads that could be hazardous to ground workers?
  • List one practice/activity that can help ensure adequate load control on a load being lifted?
regulation 11
Regulation #11

Fatalities

  • This regulation deals with “Persons staying clear of suspended loads.”

Poorly Rigged Load Tipped Over

Onto Victim

Suspended Load Swung

Into Victim

30 cfr 56 16009
30 CFR § 56.16009
  • Suspended loads.
  • Persons shall stay clear of suspended loads.
    • Note that ‘Underneath’ the suspended load is NOT the only dangerous place to be!
12 warning you of danger
#12: Warning you of Danger
  • Maintenance: Could any of your activities constitute a hazard to other workers in the area? If so, list one of these activities.
  • List one way someone could ‘barricade’ off an area where hazardous work is being performed.
  • List two permanent signs in your work area that warn of a potential hazard.
  • What else can be done besides signs/barricades that can warn workers of temporary hazards in a work area?
regulation 12
Regulation #12

Fatalities

  • This regulation deals with “Barricades and warning signs.”

Hole in Decking

Not Blocked

No Barriers Beneath

Construction Work.

30 cfr 56 20011
30 CFR § 56.20011
  • Barricades and warning signs.
  • Areas where health or safety hazards exist that are not immediately obvious to employees shall be barricaded, or warning signs shall be posted at all approaches. Warning signs shall be readily visible, legible, and display the nature of the hazard and any protective action required.