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During World War II, the increased industrial activity brought on by war production emphasized the need for preserving manpower and avoiding lost-time accidents. Since the existence of proper safety regulations and their use are the first and most important steps in any program of safety and accident prevention, and since welding during World War II was too often done by inexperienced and casually trained personnel, the need for complete information on safety seemed most pressing. Accordingly, in JSee more on law.resource.orgExplore furtherAmerican Welding Society - ANSI Z49.1 : Safety & Healthwww.aws.orgANSI Z49.1: Safety in Welding and Cutting : American 46 cfr § 119440 independent fuel tanks cfr us law Submerged arc weldingarchive.orgWelding, Cutting, and Brazing - Standards | Occupational 46 cfr § 119440 independent fuel tanks cfr us law Submerged arc weldingwww.osha.govNFPA 51B: Standard for Fire Prevention During Welding 46 cfr § 119440 independent fuel tanks cfr us law Submerged arc weldingwww.nfpa.org1926.350 - Gas welding and cutting. | Occupational Safety 46 cfr § 119440 independent fuel tanks cfr us law Submerged arc weldingwww.osha.govANSI Z49.1: Safety in Welding and Cutting - Law is the 46 cfr § 119440 independent fuel tanks cfr us law Submerged arc welding1.2 Specific provisions are included for gas welding, shielded metal-arc welding, submerged arc welding, gas shielded-arc welding, hrazinf!; and resistance welding. However, the requirements of this stam.1ard are generally applicable to the other welding proc.'esses shown in tIlt' A WS Master Chart of Welding Processes, A3.1-61.
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B. 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1960.28, Employee Reports of Unsafe or Unhealthful Working Conditions. C. 29 CFR 1960.30, Abatement of unsafe or unhealthful working conditions. D. 29 CFR 1960, Subpart G, Allegations or Reprisal (29 CFR 1960.46 and 1960.47). E. 370 DM 771, Administrative Grievance Procedures. 3.