Variance Any affected employer may apply to the director for order for a variance from a standard promulgated under this chapter. Affected employees shall be given notice of each application and an opportunity to participate in a hearing. The director shall issue the order if he determines on the record, after a hearing and, where appropriate, an inspection, that the proponent of a variance has demonstrated by a preponderance of the evidence that the conditions, practices, means, methods, operations or processes used or proposed to be used by an employer will provide employment and places of his employment to his employees which are as safe and healthful as those which would prevail if he complied with the standard.
I will be adding one section at a time, giving priority to sections that seem most relevant to trucks.
Text of 49 CFR Sec. Redesignated at 35 FRMar. All terms defined in section of the Act are used in their statutory meaning. Approved, unless used with reference to another person, means approved by the Secretary. Boat trailer means a trailer designed with cradle-type mountings to transport a boat and configured to permit launching of the boat from the rear of the trailer.
Bus means a motor vehicle with motive power, except a trailer, designed for carrying more than 10 persons. Curb weight means the weight of a motor vehicle with standard equipment; maximum capacity of engine fuel, oil, and coolant; and, if so equipped, air conditioning and additional weight optional engine.
Designated seating capacity means the number of designated seating positions provided. Designated seating position means any plan view location capable of accomodating a person at least as large as a 5th percentile adult female, if the overall seat configuration and design and vehicle design is such that the position is likely to be used as a seating position while the vehicle is in motion, except for auxiliary seating accomodations such as temporary or folding jump seats.
Any Sec 571 or split-bench seat in a passenger car, truck or multipurpose passenger vehicle with a GVWR less than 10, pounds, having greater than 50 inches of hip room measured in accordance with SAE Standard J a shall have not less than three designated seating positions, unless the seat design or vehicle design is such that the center position cannot be used for seating.
Driver means the occupant of a motor vehicle seated immediately behind the steering control system. Emergency brake Sec 571 a mechanism designed to stop a motor vehicle after a failure of the service brake system.
Fixed collision barrier means a flat, vertical, unyielding surface with the following characteristics: Forward control means a configuration in which more than half of the engine length is rearward of the foremost point of the windshield base and the steering wheel hub is in the forward quarter of the vehicle length.
Gross axle weight rating or GAWR means the value specified by the vehicle manufacturer as the load-carrying capacity of a single axle system, as measured at the tire-ground interfaces. Gross combination weight rating or GCWR means the value specified by the manufacturer as the loaded weight of a combination vehicle.
Gross vehicle weight rating or GVWR means the value specified by the manufacturer as the loaded weight of a single vehicle.
H point means the mechanically hinged hip point of a manikin which simulates the actual pivot center of the human torso and thigh, described in SAE Recommended Practice J, 'Manikins for Use in Defining Vehicle Seating Accommodations,' November Head impact area means all nonglazed surfaces of the interior of a vehicle that are statically contactable by a 6.
Interior compartment door means any door in the interior of the vehicle installed by the manufacturer as a cover for storage space normally used for personal effects. Longitudinal or longitudinally means parallel to the longitudinal centerline of the vehicle.
Motorcycle means a motor vehicle with motive power having a seat or saddle for the use of the rider and designed to travel on not more than three wheels in contact with the ground. Motor-driven cycle means a motorcycle with a motor that produces 5-brake horsepower or less.
Multipurpose passenger vehicle means a motor vehicle with motive power, except a trailer, designed to carry 10 persons or less which is constructed either on a truck chassis or with special features for occasional off-road operation.
Open-body type vehicle means a vehicle having no occupant compartment top or an occupant compartment top that can be installed or removed by the user at his convenience.
Outboard designated seating position means a designated seating position where a longitudinal vertical plane tangent to the outboard side of the seat cushion is less than 12 inches from the innermost point on the inside surface of the vehicle at a height between the seating reference point and the shoulder reference point as shown in fig.
Overall vehicle width means the nominal design dimension of the widest part of the vehicle, exclusive of signal lamps, marker lamps, outside rearview mirrors, flexible fender extensions, and mud flaps, determined with doors and windows closed and the wheels in the straight-ahead position.
Parking brake means a mechanism designed to prevent the movement of a stationary motor vehicle. Passenger car means a motor vehicle with motive power, except a multipurpose passenger vehicle, motorcycle, or trailer, designed for carrying 10 persons or less. Pelvic impact area means that area of the door or body side panel adjacent to any outboard designated seating position which is bounded by horizontal planes 7 inches above and 4 inches below the seating reference point and vertical transverse planes 8 inches forward and 2 inches rearward of the seating reference point.
Pole trailer means a motor vehicle without motive power designed to be drawn by another motor vehicle and attached to the towing vehicle by means of a reach or pole, or by being boomed or otherwise secured to the towing vehicle, for transporting long or irregularly shaped loads such as poles, pipes, or structural members capable generally of sustaining themselves as beams between the supporting connections.
School bus means a bus that is sold, or introduced in interstate commerce, for purposes that include carrying students to and from school or related events, but does not include a bus designed and sold for operation as a common carrier in urban transportation.
Seating reference point means the manufacturer's design reference point which - a Establishes the rearmost normal design driving or riding position of each designated seating position in a vehicle; b Has coordinates established relative to the designed vehicle structure; c Simulates the position of the pivot center of the human torso and thigh; and d Is the reference point employed to position the two dimensional templates described in SAE Recommended Practice J, 'Manikins for Use in Defining Vehicle Seating Accommodations,' November Semitrailer means a trailer, except a pole trailer, so constructed that a substantial part of its weight rests upon or is carried by another motor vehicle.
Service brake means the primary mechanism designed to stop a motor vehicle. Speed attainable in 1 mile means the speed attainable by accelerating at maximum rate from a standing start for 1 mile, on a level surface.
Speed attainable in 2 miles means the speed attainable by accelerating at maximum rate from a standing start for 2 miles, on a level surface. Trailer means a motor vehicle with or without motive power, designed for carrying persons or property and for being drawn by another motor vehicle.
Trailer converter dolly means a trailer chassis equipped with one or more axles, a lower half of a fifth wheel and a drawbar. Truck means a motor vehicle with motive power, except a trailer, designed primarily for the transportation of property or special purpose equipment.
Truck tractor means a truck designed primarily for drawing other motor vehicles and not so constructed as to carry a load other than a part of the weight of the vehicle and the load so drawn. Unloaded vehicle weight means the weight of a vehicle with maximum capacity of all fluids necessary for operation of the vehicle, but without cargo, occupants, or accessories that are ordinarily removed from the vehicle when they are not in use.
The term does not include the vapor volume of the tank i. For Federal Register citations affecting Sec.In the absence of statute specifying in what part of the contract the signature must be written, a signature may be written anywhere upon the contract.1 While the name must be written with the intention that it shall operate as an execution of the contract in order to constitute a signature, this.
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It's a pretty rough world out there for data. While a large percentage of information technology security budgets is devoted to reducing the risk of malicious attacks, there are other ways in which systems or data become damaged.
Sec. § Purpose The purpose of this subtitle is to provide to each person having severe mental illness access to humane care and treatment by: (1) facilitating treatment in an appropriate setting; (2).
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For each goal, list two controls that can be implemented to help achieve that goal.