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This standard applies to employment and places of employment where employees are exposed to hazards associated with pile installation and extraction operations during construction and demolition operations. This standard applies to piles comprised of hot and cold rolled steel, concrete, wood and...
This standard applies to employment and places of employment where employees are exposed to hazards associated with pile installation and extraction operations during construction and demolition operations. This standard applies to piles comprised of hot and cold rolled steel, concrete, wood and composite materials. This standard does not apply to structural steel erection covered by ANSI/ASSP A10.13 or jacking or pier drilling operations covered by ANSI/ASSP A10.16.
1. General 1.1 Scope 1.2 Application 1.3 Purpose 1.4 Exceptions 1.5 Mandatory and Advisory Rules 1.6 Equivalent 2. Referenced Standards 2.1 Related American National Standards 3. Definitions 4. Site Investigation 5. Pile Selection 6. Pile Hammer Selection 7. Delivery and Storage of Piles 8. Materials Handling to Point of Final Use 9. Power Equipment 10. Pressurized Lines and Hoses 11. Specific Pile Driving Requirements 12. Specific Pile Hammer Requirements 13. Pile Leads 14. Access to Pile Leads 15. Lead Climbing Rescue 16. Sheet Pile Access 17. Pile Templates 18. Hoisting of Personnel 19. Work Over or Near Water 20. Splicing 21. Pile Extraction 22. Training Appendix A - Splicing Recommendations
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