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1. General 1.1 Scope 1.2 Purpose2. Related American National Standards and Other References 2.1 Related American National Standards3. Definitions4. Temporary Traffic Control for Construction Activity 4.1 General Requirements 4.2 Transportation Management Plan (TMP) 4.3 Communicating Plans 4.4 Positive Protection Measures 4.5 Set Up and Removal of Traffic Control Devices 4.6 Inspections of Traffic Control Set Up 4.7 Removal of Traffic Control Devices When Work is Inactive 4.8 Speed Reductions/Management 4.9 Other Traffic Control Measures 4.10 Construction Vehicles 4.11 Cranes and Aerial Lifts 4.12 Vulnerable Road Users5. Flagger Safety 5.1 Requirements for Flaggers 5.2 Use of Flaggers 5.3 Positioning 5.4 Visibility 5.5 Escape Path 5.6 Advance Warning Signs 5.7 Stop/Slow Paddles 5.8 Flagger Training Requirements 5.9 Training Records 5.10 Communication Between Flaggers 5.11 Use of AFADs 5.12 Response to Frustrated Motorists 5.13 Intrusion Warning Devices6. Runover/Backover Prevention 6.1 Traffic Control Plan 6.2 Mirrors 6.3 Worker Protection 6.4 Protection from Construction Vehicles and Equipment 6.5 Internal Traffic Control Plans (ITCP) 6.6 Access and Egress to Work Area 6.7 Workers in the Traffic Space 6.8 Use of Cell Phones by Workers on Foot 6.9 Distracted Driving and Semi-Autonomous Vehicle Operation7. Equipment Operator Safety 7.1 Inspection and Maintenance of Equipment 7.2 Lockout/Tagout 7.3 Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS) and Seatbelts 7.4 Operator Qualifications 7.5 Multiple Person Occupancy8. Excavation Safety9. Electrical Safety (Underground Utilities and Overhead Power Lines) 9.1 Underground Installations 9.2 Overhead High Voltage Lines, Installations and Equipment10. Power and Powder Actuated Tool Safety 10.1 General 10.2 Vibration 10.3 Electrical Tools 10.4 Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters 10.5 Assured Equipment Grounding Conductor Program (AEGCP) 11. Fall Prevention 11.1 Walking and Working Surfaces 11.2 Working at Heights 11.3 Openings/Holes 11.4 Access/Egress to Equipment 11.5 Ladders 11.6 Scaffolds 11.7 Excavations12. Reduction of Musculoskeletal Problems 12.1 General 12.2 Preplanning13. Worker Fatigue 13.1 Planning 13.2 Night Work 13.3 Training 13.4 Response Plan 13.5 Reporting/Investigation14. Protection From Health Hazards 14.1 Health Hazards 14.2 Potential Major Health Hazards 14.3 Extreme Temperatures 14.4 Dermal Hazards 14.5 Concrete/Masonry Cutting 14.6 Sanitation 14.7 Protection from Animal Bites15. Illumination Requirements for Night Work 15.1 Illumination Plan 15.2 Illumination Levels 15.3 Vehicle Lights 15.4 Glare Control16. Personal Protective Equipment 16.1 High-Visibility Safety Apparel 16.2 Head Protection 16.3 Eye and Face Protection 16.4 Hearing Protection 16.5 Other Personal Protective Equipment 16.6 PPE Fit17. Emergency Incidents 17.1 Emergency Plans 17.2 References 17.3 Emergency Responders 17.4 Coordination 17.5 Identification of Resources 17.6 Hazardous Waste Clean-Up 17.7 Law Enforcement 17.8 Medical Emergencies 17.9 Working in Remote LocationsAppendices (Non-Mandatory) Appendix A: Standardized Hand SignalsAppendix B: Standardized Backing Signals
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