according to the MSHA web site. started 4/29. 1 inspector present
4 violations noted, none look serious. I think they get the go ahead at any time:
30 CFR § 57.11051
Escape routes shall be--
(a) Inspected at regular intervals and maintained in safe, travelable condition; and
(b) Marked with conspicuous and easily read direction signs that clearly indicate the ways of escape.
30 CFR § 57.11001
TRAVELWAYS--SURFACE AND UNDERGROUND
Safe means of access shall be provided and maintained to all working places.
30 CFR § 57.9300
Berms or guardrails.
SAFETY DEVICES, PROVISIONS, AND PROCEDURES FOR ROADWAYS,
RAILROADS, AND LOADING AND DUMPING SITES
(a) Berms or guardrails shall be provided and maintained on the banks of roadways where a drop-off exists of sufficient grade or depth to cause a vehicle to overturn or endanger persons in equipment.
(b) Berms or guardrails shall be at least mid-axle height of the largest self-propelled mobile equipment which usually travels the roadway.
(c) Berms may have openings to the extent necessary for roadway drainage.
(d) Where elevated roadways are infrequently traveled and used only by service or maintenance vehicles, berms or guardrails are not required when all of the following are met:
30 CFR § 57.12034
Guarding around lights.
Portable extension lights, and other lights that by their location present a shock or burn hazard, shall be guarded.
inspection completed 5/7
no other violations or orders. I believe this means they can start work. That is why the CC was delayed until Monday
Thanks for posting this