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RegulationsDock workers ( Safety, Health and Welfare ) Regulations, 1990
1 Short title, application and commencement
2 Definitions
3 Powers of Inspectors
4 Notice of Inspection
5 Appeal
6 Penalties
7 Responsibilities
8 Exemption
9 Surfaces
10 Fencing of dangerous places
11 Passages to be kept clear
12 Railings and fencings.
13 Staging construction and maintenance
14 Work on staging
15 Lifesaving appliances
16 Illumination
17 Fire protection
18 Excessive noise, etc
19 Construction
20 Floor loading
21 Stairs
22 Openings
23 Means of escape In case of fire
24 Access between shore and ship
25 Access between ship and another vessel
26 Access between deck and hold
27 Fencing of and means of access to lifting appliances
28 Ladders
29 Bulwarks or rails
30 Deck ladders
31 Skeleton decks
32 Working spaces
33 Fencing around hatchways
34 Hatch coverings, hatch beams, etc
35 Opening and closing of hatches
36 handling of hatch coverings and beams
37 Securing of hatch covering and hatch beams
38 Escape from holds
39 Dangerous and harmful environment
40 Construction and maintenance of lifting appliances
41 Test and periodical examination of lifting appliances
42 Automatic safe load indicators
43 Rigging of ship's derricks
44 Securing of derrick foot
45 Winches
46 construction and maintenance of loose gears
47 Test and periodical examination of loose gears
48 Ropes
49 Heat treatment of loose gears
50 Certificate to be issued after actual testing, examination, etc
51 Register of periodical test and examination and certificates there of
52 Marking of safe working load
53 Loading of lifting appliances and loose gears
54 Pulley blocks
55 Vacuum and magnetic lifting device
56 Knotting of chains and wire ropes
57 Power trucks and hand trucks
58 Use of internal combustion engines in the holds
59 Use of forklifts, electric trucks or cars
60 Stability test
61 Dock railways
62 Conveyers
63 Transport equipment operators
64 Qualification for mobile crane drivers, signaller., etc
65 Loading and unloading operations
66 Stacking and unstacking
67 Handling objects having sharp and projecting parts
68 Hooks for bales, etc
69 Cargo platforms
70 Restrictions on loading and unloading operations
71 Dock work and midstream
72 Work during berthing and shifting of ships
73 Protective equipment
74 Winch and crane operators
75 Signaller
76 Notification
77 General precautions
78 Explosive and inflammable cargo
79 Other dangerous goods
80 Handling of tetraethyl lead compound
81 Broken or leaking containers
82 Toxic solvents
83 Fencing of terminals
84 Lifting appliances and other equipment
85 Container operation
86 Stuffing and destuffing
87 Fencing of motors, etc.
88 Electrical equipment.
89 Transport of dock workers on land
90 Transport of dock workers by water
91 Reporting of accidents
92 Notification of certain diseases.
93 Safety Officers
94 Renewal of licences
95 Cleanliness
96 Drinking water
97 Latrines and urinals
98 Spittons
99 Ventilation and temperature in dock area including reefer holds on ships
100 Washing facilities
101 First-aid boxes
102 Ambulance room
103 Ambulance carriage
104 Stretchers
105 Shelters or rest sheds and lunch rooms
106 Canteens
107 Medical examination of dock workers
108 Notices
109 Welfare Officers
110 Statement of accidents, etc
111 Training of dock workers, responsible persons, etc
112 Emergency action plans
113 Display of abstracts
114 Safety Committee
115 Occupational health services for dock workers
116 The employer's general obligations
117 General Safety
118 Repeal and Saving
119 Form and Schedules
120 Schedule I
121 Schedule II
122 Schedule III
123 Schedule IV
124 Schedule V
125 Schedule VI
126 Schedule VII
127 Schedule VIII
128 Schedule IX
129 Schedule X
130 Schedule XI
131 Form I
132 Form II
133 Form III
134 Form IV
135 Form V
136 Form VI
137 Form VII
138 Form VIII
139 Form IX
140 Form X
141 Form XI
142 Form XII
143 Form XIII
144 Form XIV