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论文作者:英语论文论文属性:作业 Assignment登出时间:2014-09-18编辑:zcm84984点击率:5185

论文字数:6516论文编号:org201409161300307680语种:英语论文 English地区:美国价格:免费论文

关键词:建筑行业Industries Law EssayOSHA建筑管理代写

摘要:本文是一篇关于留学生建筑行业的法规的论文,虽然建筑行业积极推动新规定的采纳已经超过了10年,但在过去的六年,它的管理已经失去了活力,而且在过去的几年里,只是因为几个重大的事故,行业外的人才给予了它一些关注。

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经过行业长时间的等待,OSHA终于做出了新的29 CFR 1926部分,起重机和吊杆的建筑管理方面。虽然建筑行业积极推动新规定的采纳已经超过了10年,但在过去的六年,它的管理已经失去了活力,而且在过去的几年里,只是因为几个重大的事故,行业外的人才给予了它一些关注。


经过了一个如此漫长的编写规定的过程后, 2010年11月8日的生效日期对于一些人来已经迫不及待了,而别人还在抱怨没有足够的时间来适应它。那些使用起重机的人现在疑问他们会受到规定怎样的影响,正如培训专家、行业协会等也帮助个体来消化这个规定。


起重机热线的专家们都一致认为,法规的实施只会成为雇主的一个负担,他们需要在之后的十年进行工人培训和设备维护。


“它对正确做事的人的财务影响最小。”乔?柯林斯说,他是乔?柯林斯起重机的一个行业顾问,并且是起重机和吊杆的咨询委员会的原始成员(C-DAC),他参与起草了该文件。

The Construction Regulations In Industries Law Essay

After a long wait by the industry, OSHA finally made the new 29 CFR Part 1926, Cranes and Derricks in Construction Regulation official. While the industry has actively promoted the acceptance of new regulations for more than 10 years, it languished in government for the last six, and it has only been in the last couple of years, prompted by several high-profile accidents, that anyone outside the industry gave it any attention.

After such a long process to write the regulation, the effective date of Nov. 8, 2010 can’t come quickly enough for some, while others complain there isn’t enough time to become compliant with it. Those who use cranes are now asking how they are impacted by the regulation, even as training experts, industry associations, and others help individuals digest the document.

The experts that Crane Hot Line talked with all agreed that implementation will only be a burden for employers who have swept worker training and equipment maintenance under the rug for the last 10 years.

“It will have minimal financial impact to those who are doing things correctly,” said Joe Collins, an industry consultant with Joe Collins Crane and a member of the original Cranes and Derricks Advisory Committee (C-DAC), which drafted the proposed document.

Likewise, Mike Riggs of I&I Sling said, “If employers are training their people correctly now, there will be no cost. If they’ve ignored training, then there will be a cost based on how large they are.”

Many in the industry see the new regulation as a solid document, but far from the last word on the issues it addresses. “I think this new code does a great job in helping address some of the hot buttons related to inspections and qualifications for workers, but we will still lose a lot of loads below the hook. I hope there’s some upgrading to it,” said Mike Parnell of Industrial Training International.

Debbie Dickinson of Crane Institute Certification says the document is a great starting place. “The heritage of the crane and rigging industry is to self-regulate to be as safe, efficient, and productive as possible. The new OSHA rule should be viewed as the foundation, not the ultimate of all we can do to work safely.”

Among the key areas of the regulation is language dealing with the people on the job; proper set up and take down of cranes; other operational issues; and the use of related equipment, such as rigging gear and safety devices. Crane Hot Line asked industry experts to analyze the impact of the rule in these four areas. Here is what they believe you need to know to get prepared.

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Operator certification (Section 1926.1427)

BIO: Debbie Dickinson

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