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Title: Engine Exhaust Emission
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Goal: this task will increase the success of the goal to apply Cal/OSHA safety suggestions.
John Mitchell published this Cognitive Task at under Industry | Construction
Doers: 1 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: Engagement | Type: Pre-Event | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Jan 29, 2020 | When: | Duration: 5 Minute(s)
  • The next Steps cover Cal/OSHA safety regulations for Engine Exhaust Emission. Where appropriate, we have referenced the code from Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations.

    The topics we will cover in this isoBlog are:

    -Purifier Devices
    -Shafts, Culverts or Pipelines
    -Inside Buildings or Enclosed Structures

    After each of the next Steps, select the 'successful' response to indicate that you have read and understand the Step.

    Select 'successful' now and proceed.
  • Purifier Devices

    Exhaust purifier devices approved by Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) or California Air Resources Board (CARB) must be used to maintain concentrations of dangerous gases or fumes below maximum acceptable concentrations if natural or forced dilution ventilation and exhaust collection systems are inadequate.

    Note: approval by DOSH will be based on the Maximum Allowable Standards for Internal Combustion Engine Exhaust Emissions as set forth in 5146(c).
  • Shafts, Culverts or Pipelines

    When employees enter shafts (20 feet or less), culverts or pipelines where hazardous atmosphere exists or is reasonably expected to exist, a mechanical ventilation system shall be provided to prevent exposure to engine emissions.
  • Inside Buildings or Enclosed Structures

    Internal combustion engine-driven equipment can be operated inside buildings or enclosed structures only when it does not result in exposure to dangerous gases or fumes as per 5155.
  • Tunnels

    Use of internal combustion engines in tunnels is prohibited.

    Exception: diesel engines may be used in underground tunnels if the engines are permitted by DOSH.
  • How much did this isoBlog help you to understand the Cal/OSHA safety regulations for Engine Exhaust Emission, including:

    -Purifier Devices
    -Shafts, Culverts or Pipelines
    -Inside Buildings or Enclosed Structures

    Select your response below.
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