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        OSHA Crane and Derrick Standard (Subpart CC)

        1.     The date the new OSHA crane and derrick standard was published in
              the ______________ register was August 9th 2010.
        2.    Ninety days after _____________________ in the Federal Register, the
              new standard becomes effective. That makes the effective date
              November 8, 2010.
        3.    Many standards carry enough ___________________ that special
              compliance directives (CPLs) need to be issued to help CSHOs
              (compliance safety and health officers) enforce certain provisions of the
              new standards.
        4.    One main issue addressed by the new standard is the requirement for
              _____________________ of crane operators. 1926.1427
        5.    The standard clearly differentiates between _______________ and
        6.    Training is necessary no matter what tasks an employee performs.
              Employers are responsible traditionally for training but the certification
              of operators must come from a __________ party who is not an
              employee of the company operating the crane. This requirement kicks
              in in 2014.
        7.    There is an exception to the requirement for third party certification
              when local or state governments do not require licensing for operators
              of ________, sideboom cranes or equipment with a maximum
              manufacturer rated hoisting/lifting capacity of 2000 pounds or less.
        8.    When the standard wording refers to derricks, it is not referring to line
              truck type _______________ derricks used for setting poles.
        9.    An employer is entitled to do their ________________ training in house
              or to use third party sources for that training but the certification must
              be from a third party source that meets certain qualifications
              established under Subpart CC. 1926.1427(j)
        10.   The requirement for certification of operators becomes __________in
              2014 with a 4 year phase-in period allowing industry training to ramp up
              to deliver appropriate training and certification.
        11.   All current operators must be determined to be ________________ by
              their employers according to the training requirements of Subpart CC.
        12.   Digger derricks used by _______________utilities are covered by the
              standard except under two conditions as exceptions.
        13.   Digger derricks are not covered by the new standard when they are
              being used in operations and maintenance and also when they are used
              for ________________ holes, setting poles or hoisting pole-mounted

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        OSHA Crane and Derrick Standard (Subpart CC)

        14. When digger derricks are _____________ pole mounted equipment,
            they are covered under 1926 Subpart V or 1910.269.
        15. When digger derricks are setting ________________ equipment, they
            would be covered under Subpart CC because they do not fall into
            exception territory.
        16. When digger derricks are setting street lighting poles used
            _____________________ for street lighting, they are covered under
            Subpart CC.
        17. Knuckle-boom cranes used for material ________________ and rated
            under 2000 lbs are not covered under the Subpart CC standard.
        18. If knuckle-boom cranes are used to set or ____________ equipment
            they would be covered under the standard.
        19. In general, cranes used in ______________ industry for operations or
            maintenance are not covered under Subpart CC.
        20. In general, cranes used by general industry for ____________________
            purposes are covered under Subpart CC.
        21. It is the intent of the standard to establish ________________ for
            ensuring the earth will sufficiently support a loaded crane.
        22. The controlling contractor or entity is responsible for representing
            whether ground conditions are sufficient for supporting a loaded crane
            since they typically have the _________________.
        23. In situations on right-of-ways where there is no controlling entity, the
            ________ of the operator is required to determine the ground
            conditions are sufficient to support the loaded crane.
        24. The standard specifically rejects the need for any specifications
            including __________________ tests as a means to establish good
            ground conditions. 1926.1402
        25. When cranes or derricks are operated in construction activities the new
            final rule establishes a ______________ distance of 20 feet at 350 kv
            and 50 feet above 350 kv.
        26. New rules for safety of workers required at trigger distances include
            such things as electronic approach warning, encroachment alarms,
            visible barricades or a ___________________ spotter whose sole
            responsibility is to observe for clearances. 1926.1407(b)(3)
        27. A dedicated spotter must be a qualified _____________ person.
        28. A new classification called _______________ Director (AD) requires a
            competent and qualified person must be present during
            assembly/disassembly on lattice cranes and tower cranes.
        29. OSHA classifies the person installing the jib as a “_________” but that
            person can also be an AD.

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        30. A typical crew of 4 people involved in assembly, disassembly or other
            crane operations must be trained in the hazards of operating in close
            _____________ to electrical power lines. 1926.1408
        31. Included in training criteria are hazards of step and touch potentials,
            insulating procedures, prevention procedures, limitations of insulating
            procedures and ________________ procedures as well as avoiding
            contact with equipment that may become energized.
        32. Inspections are required daily, monthly and annually. Inspection
            _____________________ must be maintained for 3 months on monthly
            inspections and 12 months for annual inspections.
        33. Signal persons can be trained by either the employer or a third party but
            employer provided training is not _________________ to the next
        34. OSHA requires _________ to be trained but only requires them to be
            qualified by the employer.
        35. Under 1926.1431 crane-suspended or crane-mounted platforms are
            _____________________ limited in their use as a last resort solution.
        36. Units manufactured after Nov 8, 2011 must have safe access from
            ground to _________ station.
        37. The new rule requires workers ______________ a crane to get to the
            operator’s seat to use fall protection. 1926.1423
        38. Maintenance _______________ qualified to work on cranes may
            operate them in maintenance operations only, not assembly or
            disassembly unless they are certified operators. 1926.14223
        39. Pin-on crane _____________ operations must have pre-lift testing per
            Subpart CC.
        40. By 2014 their third party training or third party ________ of employer
            training must be in place.

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