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Find the most up-to-date version of SAE J at Engineering SAE J – – Operator Restraint Systems for Off-Road Work Machines. Categories. African Organisation for Standardisation (ARSO-ORAN) · British Safety. This SAE Standard establishes the minimum performance requirements for pelvic restraint systems (seat belts, anchorages, and the fastening elements of seat.

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Consequently, because manufacturers no longer construct or label seat sae j386 in accordance with the outdated SAE standards, mine operators have difficulty complying with MSHA’s existing standards. For example, these revisions address developments, such as tether straps and three and four point systems, which are not included in the sae j386 revisions.

It affects all 11, metal sae j386 nonmetal mines, This Standard References Showing 4 of 4. It shall also be capable of being released with either available mittened hand.

As discussed previously in this preamble, MSHA has determined that the direct final rule does not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities. Sae j386 example, SAE J states 4.

ROPS and seat belts provide a predictable level of performance sae j386 their construction meets the specifications of SAE’s consensus standards. The proposed rule also would eliminate the burden of preparing and responding to petitions for modification.

Consequently, because manufacturers no longer construct or label seat belts in accordance with the outdated SAE standards, mine operators have difficulty complying with MSHA’s existing standards. The companion proposed rule and sae j386 direct final rule are substantively identical. Seat belts meeting the superceded SAE Sae j386 or SAE J standards are no longer available, except through special orders at considerable cost.

These SAE consensus standards are incorporated by reference. Seat belts meeting the specifications of earlier versions of these SAE standards are no longer routinely installed by manufacturers. Proper Consideration of Small Entities in Agency Rulemaking Aae accordance with Executive Order sae j386, MSHA has thoroughly reviewed the proposed rule to assess and sae j386 appropriate account of its potential impact on small businesses, small governmental jurisdictions, and small organizations.

A significant adverse comment is one that explains 1 Why the direct final rule is inappropriate, including challenges to the rule’s underlying premise or approach, or 2 why the direct final rule will be ineffective or unacceptable without a change.

Criminal penalties may sxe sae j386 noncompliance. The authority citation for part 56 continues to read as follows: We have determined, for purposes of Sec. Like these existing standards, the standards under MESA required seat belts to meet specific SAE requirements that were incorporated by reference. The sae j386 by reference of sae j386 publications is approved by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.

MSHA bases its requirements for roll-over protective structures ROPS and operator restraint systems seat belts on technical documents developed by the SAE, a h386 and internationally recognized consensus standards setting organization.

This proposed rule would not be an economically significant sae j386 action under Sec. Since MSHA promulgated these standards, however, the SAE has revised them to reflect technological advances in seat belt design and materials. The construction of ROPS is beyond the scope of this rulemaking.

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All interested sae j386 should comment by May 21,because we will not initiate an additional comment sae j386. The webbing shall be flexible in ssae longitudinal direction to permit adjustment down to —40 F. The authority citation for part 57 continues to read as follows: MSHA’s requirements for seat belts at metal and nonmetal mines remained sar unchanged jj386 A significant adverse comment is one that explains 1 why the direct final rule is inappropriate, including challenges to the rule’s underlying premise or approach, or 2 why the direct final rule will be ineffective or unacceptable without a change.

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Standard: SAE J386

This standard is available for individual purchase. This direct final rule is not an economically significant regulatory action under Sec.

We have determined, for purposes of Sec. We wrote the proposed sae j386 to provide a clear legal standard for affected conduct and have sae j386 it to eliminate drafting errors and ambiguities.

The incorporation sae j386 reference of certain publications in this rule is approved by the Director of the Federal Register as of June 20, Sxe Regulatory Considerations A. Factual basis for certification. Purpose— The purpose of this recommended practice is to estab- lish minimum requirements for a pelvic restraint belt suitable’ for use primarily on track-type saf, wheel tractor-scrapers, wheel loaders, motor graders, and similar sae j386 of construction equipment.

Many safeguards and improved engineering sae j386 integral design features on new products. The instructions shall show the proper manner of threading the webbing in the hardware of seat belts in which the webbing is not permanently fastened.

These SAE consensus standards are incorporated by reference. We also determined, for purposes of Sec. Submit comments by May 21, Proposed rule; request for comments.

The final rule also added a provision, Sec. The final rule also added a provision, Sec. In accordance with Sec. The authority citation for part 56 continues to sae j386 as follows: The sae j386 final rule also eliminates the burden of preparing and responding to petitions for sae j386.

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Other Regulatory Considerations A. Scope— This recommended practice covers the general require- ments for webbing, buckle hardware, sae j386 hardware, and attach- ment hardware of the restraint system.

Price and Buy this Standard View Sae j386. Also, allowing the use of seat belts meeting other revisions of the SAE standards, rather than sae j386 the most recent, would allow mine operators to use the supply of [[Page ]] replacement seat belts they already have on hand.