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CR-15 Blasting (Residential/Commercial) (2016-02-11)

The use of explosives and explosive devices for excavation, demolition, geological exploration, mining, or any construction-related blasting. Included is any drilling, boring, or earth moving required for the placement of explosive charges, the erection of temporary shelters, barricades, and associated protective devices, equipment, and enclosures.

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  • Closed Book

    Blaster's Handbook 17th Edition

    17th Edition
    Publication Year: 1998


    The 17th edition tackles blasting principles and blast design basics for the hands-on blaster. Features checklists, new initiation systems chapters and much more.
  • Open Book

    NFPA 495: Explosive Materials Code 2010

    Publication Year: 2010


    This code identifies reasonable levels of safety for the manufacture, transportation, storage, sale, and use of explosive materials, It does not apply to transportation of such material used for military purposes or when under jurisdiction of the federal government.
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    Code of Federal Regulations, 29 CFR Part 1926 (OSHA) 2017

    Publication Year: 2017


    Make compliance with dense government safety regulations simple with MANCOMM’s 29 CFR 1926 OSHA Construction Industry Regulations. Updated through January 2017, the book provides you with a comprehensive set of the most up-to-date Construction regulations. Utilizing MANCOMM’s signature formatting approach – RegLogic – this edition includes notations for changes within the past year and letters of reference.