29 CFR 1910.333 - Selection and use of work practices

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  • Miller v. Turner Broad. Sys., Inc., A16A1403
    • United States
    • United States Court of Appeals (Georgia)
    • November 18, 2016
    ...but that they also put a lock on the breaker handle to prevent it from being turned back on and/or that they tag the breaker. See 29 CFR § 1910.333 (b) (2). This procedure ensures that no one else will 339 Ga.App. 640reenergize the line while work is being performed. See 29 CFR § 1910.333 (......
  • Kull v. Six Flags Over Georgia II, LP, No. A01A2315.
    • United States
    • United States Court of Appeals (Georgia)
    • November 26, 2003
    ...safety in numerous respects. Most importantly, he failed to "deenergize" (shut off power to) the scoreboard, in violation of 29 CFR § 1910.333(a)(1). In connection with this failure, he also failed to lock out or tag the circuit energizing the part as required by 29 CFR § 1910.333(b)(2) or ......
  • Harry C. Crooker v. Occupational Safety and Health, No. 07-2770.
    • United States
    • U.S. Court of Appeals — First Circuit
    • August 11, 2008
    ...the citation: first, that compliance with the regulation was infeasible; second, that on these facts a general industry standard, 29 C.F.R. § 1910.333, should be read to supplant the regulation on which the Secretary 537 F.3d 82 of Labor (the Secretary) relied; and third, that the power lin......
  • Smith v. Florida Power and Light Co., No. 2D02-1883.
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Florida (US)
    • August 22, 2003
    ...maintaining a minimum clearance of ten feet between the overhead lines and any equipment that might be used around those lines. See 29 C.F.R. § 1910.333(c)(3)(iii)(A) (setting forth federal Occupational Safety and Health Act regulation requiring that "[a]ny vehicle or mechanical equipment c......
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  • Miller v. Turner Broad. Sys., Inc., A16A1403
    • United States
    • United States Court of Appeals (Georgia)
    • November 18, 2016
    ...but that they also put a lock on the breaker handle to prevent it from being turned back on and/or that they tag the breaker. See 29 CFR § 1910.333 (b) (2). This procedure ensures that no one else will 339 Ga.App. 640reenergize the line while work is being performed. See 29 CFR § 1910.333 (......
  • Kull v. Six Flags Over Georgia II, LP, No. A01A2315.
    • United States
    • United States Court of Appeals (Georgia)
    • November 26, 2003
    ...safety in numerous respects. Most importantly, he failed to "deenergize" (shut off power to) the scoreboard, in violation of 29 CFR § 1910.333(a)(1). In connection with this failure, he also failed to lock out or tag the circuit energizing the part as required by 29 CFR § 1910.333(b)(2) or ......
  • Harry C. Crooker v. Occupational Safety and Health, No. 07-2770.
    • United States
    • U.S. Court of Appeals — First Circuit
    • August 11, 2008
    ...the citation: first, that compliance with the regulation was infeasible; second, that on these facts a general industry standard, 29 C.F.R. § 1910.333, should be read to supplant the regulation on which the Secretary 537 F.3d 82 of Labor (the Secretary) relied; and third, that the power lin......
  • Smith v. Florida Power and Light Co., No. 2D02-1883.
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Florida (US)
    • August 22, 2003
    ...maintaining a minimum clearance of ten feet between the overhead lines and any equipment that might be used around those lines. See 29 C.F.R. § 1910.333(c)(3)(iii)(A) (setting forth federal Occupational Safety and Health Act regulation requiring that "[a]ny vehicle or mechanical equipment c......
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