OSHA Training Requirements - SIGNALING
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1926.201 – Signaling
(b) – Crane and hoist signals. Regulations for crane and hoist signaling will be found in applicable American National Standards Institute standards.
[Editor’s note: See revised standards for signaling in 1926.1400 – 1926.1442 – Cranes & Derricks in Construction, where applicable].