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Member of following committees

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1. COMMITTEE E34 ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY This Committee shall be responsible for the development of standard occupational health and safety test methods practices guides and terminology for materials and chemical physical and biological agents. Consideration shall be given to: 1 identification 2 exposure including safe levels methods of measurement monitoring of personnel and environment and medical examinations 3 syrnptomatology and the need for treatment and first aid 4 control including engineering personal protective equipment precaut onary methods training warnings and labels storage and transportation handling and disposal and 5 administration including record keeping and registry. The activities of this Committee shall be coordinated with all relevant committees of ASTM and other organizations. Areas of standards development applicable to this scope but under the jurisdiction of other ASTM committees are specifically excluded unless the appropriate committee does not chose to act directly on the standards needed as requested by this Committee. Organizations outside of ASTM developing standards within the scope of this Committee will be consulted for advice and requested to participate in the activities of this Committee. Cooperation and coordination will be maintained with all organizations writing standards so that duplication would be avoided. 2. SUBCOMMITTEE E34.10 ON INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ACTIVE standards under the jurisdiction of E34.10 E34 Home E1575-12 Standard Practice for Pressure Water Cleaning and Cutting E2349-12 Standard Practice for Safety Requirements in Metal Casting Operations: Sand Preparation Molding and Core Making Melting and Pouring and Cleaning and Finishing E2875/E2875M-12 Standard Guide for Personal Protective Equipment for the Handling of Flat Glass New Standards under the jurisdiction of E34.10 E34 Home WK23145 New Guide for Equipment Technology and Operations for Mobile and Plant-Based Secure Destruction Safety Requirements WK44665 New Specification for Safety for Spinning Blades in Table Saws

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3. ASTM F1703 - 13 STANDARD GUIDE FOR SKATING AND ICE HOCKEY PLAYING FACILITIES 1.1 The intent of this guide is to provide consistent considerations for the design construction and retrofitting of ice skating and ice hockey playing facilities. It is intended to establish guidelines that will provide a level of functionality for recreational skating conformity for the purpose of competition and reduce potential hazards to skaters players game officials spectators and employees. 1.2 This guide should be taken into consideration by owners/operators architects planners engineers equipment manufacturers construction companiesconstruction contractors and appropriate inspectors who may be involved in the design and construction of new ice skating/hockey playing facilities. Whenever possible environmental sustainability and energy efficiency should be taken into consideration in the planning and design of facilities. This guide applies only to the construction and development of new ice skating/hockey playing facilities. Portions however may be useful for renovation projects such as replacing worn out dasherboards. 1.3 Every arena is unique in material architecture and engineering and therefore will require technical review. This guide is not meant to provide an architectural prototype but is a guide to set forth measures for the development of safer ice arena venues. 1.4 The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as the standard. The values given in SI units are for information only. 1.5 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns if any associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of 4. ANSI A10.10 : SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR TEMPORARY AND PORTABLE SPACE HEATING DEVICES This standard provides minimum safety requirements for the selection installation operation and maintenance of space leafing devices and equipment of temporary and portable design It covers the heater unit and is integral parts through to their connection for fuel Out does not cover separate supply tanks or calving Purpose. The purpose of this standard s to furnish pap: lance for the selection installation operation and maintenance of temporary and portable space eating devices and equipment used .n construction operations in order to protect against personal id up and property damage.

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5. ANSI A10.20: SAFE OPERATING PRACTICES FOR TILE TERRAZZO AND MARBLE WORK This standard establishes safety requirements for construction operations and equipment used in the trending and installation of ceramic tile terrazzo and marble The types of construction are not :iSted The standard intended to apply to buildings of all kinds and to heavy construction such as work or tunnels Purpose. The QuiP055 M this standard is to establish safety requirements and practices or construction vernation and equipment involved n the handling and installation of ceramic tile terrazzo and marble 6. ANSI/ASSE A10.24-2006 ROOFING – SAFETY REQUIREMENTS LOW-SLOPED ROOFS This standard establishes safe operating practices for the installation. Maintenance and removal of membrane roofing that is seamed or seamless on low-sloped roofs with A maximum slope of 4 and 12. These types of roofs Include but are not necessarily limited to: hot and cold built-up roofing single-ply roofing poly urethane foam PUF roofing liquid-type roofing Hypalon.polyurethane.etc.. Modified bitume n’ s

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7. LISTING OF STANDARDS A10.1 Pre-Project Pre-Task Safety Health Planning A10.2 Safety Health and Environmental Training under development A10.3 Powder-Actuated Fastening Systems A10.4 Personnel Hoists and Employee Elevators A10.5 Material Hoists A10.6 Demolition Operations A10.7 Transportation Storage Handling and Use of Commercial Explosives and Blasting Agents A10.8 Scaffolding A10.9 Concrete and Masonry Construction A10.10 Temporary and Portable Space Heating Devices A10.11 Personnel and Debris Nets A10.12 Excavation A10.13 Steel Erection A10.15 Dredging A10.16 Tunnels Shafts and Caissons A10.17 Safe Operating Practices for Hot Mix Asphalt HMA Construction A10.18 Temporary Roof and Floor Holes Wall Openings Stairways and Other Unprotected Edges A10.19 Pile Installation and Extraction Operations A10.20 Ceramic Tile Terrazzo and Marble Work A10.21 Safe Construction and Demolition of Wind Generation/Turbile Facilities under development A10.22 Rope-Guided and Non-Guided Workers Hoists A10.23 Safety Requirements for the Installation of Drilled Shafts under development A10.24 Roofing - Safety Requirements for Low-Sloped Roofs A10.25 Sanitation in Construction

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A10.26 Emergency Procedures for Construction Sites A10.27 Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities A10.28 Work Platforms Suspended from Cranes or Derricks A10.29 Aerial Platforms in Construction under development A10.31 Digger-Derricks A10.32 Personal Fall Protection Used in Construction and Demolition Operations A10.33 Safety and Health Program Requirements for Multi-Employer Projects A10.34 Public Protection A10.37 Debris Nets A10.38 Basic Elements of a Program to Provide a Safe and Healthful Work Environment A10.39 Construction Safety and Health Audit Program A10.40 Reduction of Musculoskeletal Problems in Construction A10.41 Equipment Operator and Supervisor Qualifications and Responsibilities under development A10.42 Rigging Qualifications and Responsibilities in the Construction Industry A10.43 Confined Spaces in Construction under development A10.44 Lockout/Tagout in Construction

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