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On February 1, 1994, OSHA again reopened the rulemaking record (59 FR 4615) to obtain comments and information regarding scaffold stairways; repair bracket scaffolds; tank builder scaffolds; a NIOSH study of workplace fatalities; and scaffold-related material incorporated from the proposed part 1910, subpart D rulemaking.
The comment period, which ended on March 18, 1994, elicited 46 comments.
SUMMARY: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) hereby revises the construction industry safety standards which regulate the design, construction, and use of scaffolds. On November 25, 1986, OSHA issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on scaffolds used in construction (51 FR 42680).
In addition, the final rule allows employers greater flexibility in the use of fall protection systems to protect employees working on scaffolds and extends fall protection to erectors and dismantlers of scaffolds to the extent feasible. OSHA will publish a document in the Federal Register announcing the effective date of § 1926.453(a)(2). The incorporations by reference of certain publications listed in this final rule are approved by the Director of the Federal Register as of November 29, 1996. OSHA first extended the comment and hearing request period to June 1, 1987 (52 FR 5790, February 26, 1987) and then extended that period to August 14, 1987 (52 FR 20616, June 2, 1987).
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Those comments are discussed below in relation to the pertinent provisions of the final rule.
Those comments are also discussed below in relation to the pertinent provisions of the final rule.
A wide range of employers, businesses, labor unions, trade associations, state governments, and other interested parties contributed to the development of this record.
Standards addressing scaffolds, §§ 1926.4.452, were adopted in subpart L of part 1926 as OSHA standards as part of this process.
The Safety and Health Regulations for Construction were subsequently redesignated as 29 CFR part 1926 (36 FR 25232, December 30, 1971).