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DIVISION 2 - GENERAL MACHINE REQUIREMENTS

R16.25-1 Operation and Maintenance (Fuel Tank Filler and Vent Outlet Locations) [deleted]
R16.33-1 Protective Structures (Hydraulic Excavators) [deleted]
R16.34-1 Rollover Protective Structures (Pipe Layers) [deleted]
R16.36-1 ROPS Certification (Sweep Arms) [deleted]

Policies Part 16 - Division 2 - General Machine Requirements

R16.25-1
General Requirements - Operation and Maintenance (Fuel Tank Filler and Vent Outlet Locations)

February 1, 2022: Deleted consequential to September 1, 2021 amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation

R16.33-1
Guards - Protective Structures (Hydraulic Excavators)

February 1, 2022: Deleted consequential to September 1, 2021 amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation

R16.34-1
Guards - Rollover Protective Structures (Pipe Layers)

February 1, 2022: Deleted consequential to September 1, 2021 amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation

R16.36-1
Guards - ROPS Certification (Sweep Arms)

February 1, 2022: Deleted consequential to September 1, 2021 amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation

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