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1910.29 - Fall protection systems and falling object protection-criteria and practices. 1910.30 - Training requirements. 1910.33 - Table of contents. 1910.34 - Coverage and definitions. 1910.35 - Compliance with alternate exit-route codes. 1910.36 - Design and construction requirements for exit routes.What does 1910-178 stand for?
1910.178 - Powered industrial trucks. Powered industrial trucks. General requirements.What is OSHA's regulation for powered industrial trucks?
OSHA's regulation for Powered Industrial Trucks, §1910.178 (h) (2), states: " [w]here general lighting is less than 2 lumens per square foot, auxiliary directional lighting shall be provided on the truck."What does 29 CFR 1910178 (G) (2) stand for?
THRU: DONALD E. MACKENZIE Field Coordinator Subject: 29 CFR 1910.178 (g) (2); Battery Charging Stations for Fork Lifts and Other Industrial Trucks 1. Purpose The purpose of this directive is to clarify the subject standard as it applies to "battery charging" areas where power industrial truck batteries are charged only. 2. Documentation Affected