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Jan 22, 2017
OSHA Assistance for the Maritime Industry

http://www.osha.gov/dts/maritime/index.html

These pages are part of OSHA's commitment to provide employers and maritime workers with information and assistance to help in complying with OSHA standards and in ensuring a safe workplace.

Source: OSHA

Apr 01, 2011
Safety and Health Injury Prevention: Working with the Shipyard Industry - Process Rigging

http://www.osha.gov/dts/maritime/sltc/ships/rigging/index.html

OSHA issued a new Safety and Health Injury Prevention Sheet to help protect workers against hazards posed during rigging operations in shipyards.

Source: OSHA

Dec 01, 2010
OSHA Shipyard Employment: Shipbreaking etoo

https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/shipyard/ship_breaking/index.html

This resource provides safety and health information related to the shipbreaking processes.

Source: os

Feb 01, 2010
OSHA Quickcard: Gangway Safety in Marine Cargo Handling

http://www.osha.gov/Publications/quickcard/gangway-safety-cargo-handling.pdf

Gangway Safety in Marine Cargo Handling lists safety requirements for preventing falls from gangways, the walkways used for boarding and departing vessels.

Source: OSHA

Feb 01, 2010
OSHA Quickcard: First Aid in Marine Cargo Handling

http://www.osha.gov/Publications/quickcard/first-aid-marine-cargo-handling.pdf

First Aid in Marine Cargo Handling explains workplace requirements such as assuring at least one person with a valid first-aid certificate is available at the terminal to provide medical assistance.

Source: OSHA

Jan 01, 2007
Abrasive Blasting Hazards in Shipyard Employment

http://www.osha.gov/dts/maritime/standards/guidance/shipyard_guidance.html

OSHA developed this document to alert shipyard employers and their employees about abrasive blasting hazards and the controls that can be implemented to reduce, avoid or eliminate them.

Source: OSHA

Sep 01, 2006
Longshoring and Marine Terminals: Fatal Facts

http://www.osha.gov/dts/maritime/sltc/longshoring/index.html

This document is comprised of guidesheets that address the most frequent sources of fatalities in the maritime cargo handling industry.

Source: OSHA