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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION,
DRIVER AND MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES DIVISION

 

DIVISION 126

SAFETY EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

 

735-126-0000

First Aid Kit

(1) All vehicles used for the transportation of workmen shall carry a first aid kit suitable for the number of passengers customarily transported. First aid kits shall be located where they are readily available to the driver or crew supervisor and shall be inspected and maintained in good order and in required quantities. Contents of kits shall be:

(a) Eight gauze pads individually wrapped (3" X 3" at least);

(b) Two large gauze pads which are or can be folded to an approximate size of 8" X 10"x or equivalent;

(c) One box adhesive bandages;

(d) One package gauze roller bandage at least 2" wide or equivalent;

(e) Two triangular bandages;

(f) Wound-cleaning agent, such as sealed, moistened towelettes, or soap and water;

(g) Scissors; and

(h) One blanket or equivalent; or

(i) Minimum first aid supplies, as approved in writing by the firm's consulting physician, may be provided in lieu of those specified above.

(2) The 24-unit first aid kit as required by the State of Oregon under "Minimum Standards for School Buses" shall be acceptable under this Safety Code for school buses used temporarily to transport workers.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 802.010 & ORS 820.030
Stats. Implemented: ORS 820.010 - ORS 820.030
Hist.: MV 49(Temp), f. & ef. 7-11-73 thru 11-8-73; MV 57, f. 7-19-74, ef. 8-11-74; MV 67, f. 3-5-76, ef. 3-15-76; Administrative Renumbering 3-1988, Renumbered from 735-081-0070

 

735-126-0010

Fire Extinguisher

Each vehicle used to transport workers shall be equipped with either a two pound dry chemical type, or a four pound carbon dioxide type, or a one quart vaporizing type fire extinguisher. Such extinguishers must be approved by Underwriter Laboratories, Inc., or other acceptable testing agency, or by the inspecting authority.

Toxic vaporizing liquid type fire extinguishers such as those containing carbon tetrachloride or chlorobromethane will not be permitted on motor vehicles transporting workers.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 802.010 & ORS 820.030
Stats. Implemented: ORS 820.010 - ORS 820.030
Hist.: MV 49(Temp), f. & ef. 7-11-73 thru 11-8-73; MV 57, f. 7-19-74, ef. 8-11-74; Administrative Renumbering 3-1988, Renumbered from 735-081-0072

 

735-126-0020

Securing of Tools, Equipment, Etc.

(1) Racks, boxes, holsters, or equivalent means shall be provided and arranged so passengers and driver will not be endangered by tools or equipment being transported, loaded, or removed. Tools and equipment are preferably placed or arranged so they are accessible from the outside of the vehicle.

(2) Tools and materials shall be secured in the racks and boxes provided.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 802.010 & ORS 820.030
Stats. Implemented: ORS 820.010 - ORS 820.030
Hist.: MV 49(Temp), f. & ef. 7-11-73 thru 11-8-73; MV 57, f. 7-19-74, ef. 8-11-74; Administrative Renumbering 3-1988, Renumbered from 735-081-0074

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