DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY  
DIRECTOR'S OFFICE  
CONSTRUCTION SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARD  
(By authority conferred on the director of the department of labor and economic  
opportunity by sections 14, 16, 19, 21, and 24 of the Michigan occupational safety and  
health act, 1974 PA 154, MCL 408.1014, 408.1016, 408.1019, 408.1021, and 408.1024,  
and Executive Reorganization Order Nos. 1996-1, 1996-2, 2003-1, 2008-4, 2011-4, and  
2019-3, MCL 330.3101, 445.2001, 445.2011, 445.2025, 445.2030, and 125.1998)  
PART 620. VENTILATION CONTROL FOR CONSTRUCTION  
R 325.62001 Scope, adoption, and availability of standards.  
Rule 1. (1) The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)  
regulations 29 CFR 1926.57 “Ventilation,” as amended January 8, 1998, are adopted by  
reference in these rules.  
(2) The scope for this standard is all of the following:  
(a) 1926.57(a) applies to general ventilation information.  
(b) 1926.57(b) applies to local exhaust ventilation.  
(c) 1926.57(c) applies to the design and operation for ventilation.  
(d) 1926.57(d) applies to the duration of operations for ventilation.  
(e) 1926.57(e) applies to the disposal of exhaust materials.  
(f) 1926.57(f) applies to all operations where an abrasive is forcibly applied to a  
surface by pneumatic or hydraulic pressure, or by centrifugal force. It does not apply to  
steam blasting, or steam cleaning, or hydraulic cleaning methods where work is done  
without the aid of abrasives.  
(g) 1926.57(g) prescribes the use of exhaust hood enclosures and systems in removing  
dust, dirt, fumes, and gases generated through the grinding, polishing, or buffing of  
ferrous and nonferrous metals.  
(h) 1926.57(h) applies to the use of spray booths or spray rooms that are to be used to  
enclose or confine all spray finishing operations covered by 1926.57(h). These rules do  
not apply to the spraying of the exteriors of buildings, fixed tanks, or similar structures,  
nor to small portable spraying apparatus not used repeatedly in the same location.  
(i) 1926.57(i) applies to all operations involving the immersion of materials in liquids,  
or in the vapors of such liquids, for the purpose of cleaning or altering their surfaces, or  
adding or imparting a finish thereto, or changing the character of the materials, and their  
subsequent removal from the liquids or vapors, draining, and drying. Such operations  
include washing, electroplating, anodizing, pickling, quenching, dyeing, dipping, tanning,  
dressing, bleaching, degreasing, alkaline cleaning, stripping, rinsing, digesting, and other  
similar operations, but do not include molten materials handling operations, or surface  
coating operations.  
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(3) A reference to 29 CFR 1926.51 means Construction Safety Standard Part 1.  
General Rules.”  
(4) A reference to 29 CFR 1926.55 means Construction Safety and Health Standard Part  
601. “Air Contaminants for Construction.”  
(5) A reference to 29 CFR 1926.66 means General Industry Safety Standard Part 76.  
Spray Finishing Using Flammable and Combustible Materials.”  
(6) A reference to 29 CFR 1926.102 means Construction Safety and Health Standard  
Part 6. Personal Protective Equipment.”  
(7) A reference to 29 CFR 1910.134 and 1926.103 means Occupational Health Standard  
Part 451. Respiratory Protection.”  
(8) A reference to 29 CFR part 1926, subpart S, means Construction Safety and Health  
Standard Part 14. Tunnels, Shafts, Caissons, and Cofferdams.”  
(9) The adopted federal regulations have the same force and effect as a rule  
promulgated under the Michigan occupational safety and health act, 1974 PA 154, MCL  
408.1001 to 408.1094.  
(10) The OSHA regulations adopted in these rules are available from the United States  
Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration website,  
www.osha.gov, at no charge, as of the time of adoption of these rules.  
(11) The regulations adopted in these rules are available for inspection at the  
Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, MIOSHA Regulatory Services Section,  
530 West Allegan Street, P.O. Box 30643, Lansing, Michigan, 48909-8143.  
(12) The regulations adopted in these rules may be obtained from the publisher or the  
Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, MIOSHA Regulatory Services Section,  
530 West Allegan Street, P.O. Box 30643, Lansing, Michigan, 48909-8143, at the cost  
charged in this rule, plus $20.00 for shipping and handling  
(13) The following Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration  
(MIOSHA) standards are referenced in these rules: Up to 5 copies of these standards may  
be obtained at no charge from the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic  
Opportunity, MIOSHA Regulatory Services Section, 530 West Allegan Street, P.O. Box  
30643, Lansing, Michigan, 48909-8143 or via the internet at the following website:  
www.michigan.gov/mioshastandards. For quantities greater than 5, the cost, as of the  
time of adoption of these rules, is 4 cents per page.  
(a) Construction Safety Standard Part 1. “General Rules,” R 408.40101 to  
R 408.40134.  
(b) Construction Safety and Health Standard Part 6. “Personal Protective Equipment,”  
R 408.40601 to R 408.40660.  
(c) Construction Safety and Health Standard Part 14. “Tunnels, Shafts, Caissons, and  
Cofferdams,” R 408.41401 to R 408.41483.  
(d) Occupational Health Standard Part 451. “Respiratory Protection,” R 325.60051 to  
R 325.60052.  
(e) Construction Safety and Health Standard Part 601. “Air Contaminants for  
Construction,” R 325.60151 to R 325.60161.  
(f) General Industry Safety Standard Part 76. “Spray Finishing Using Flammable and  
Combustible Materials,” R 408.17601 to R 408.17699.  
History: 2007 AACS; 2018 AACS; 2019 AACS.  
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R 325.62002 Rescinded.  
History: 2007 AACS; 2018 AACS.  
R 325.62003 Rescinded.  
History: 2007 AACS; 2018 AACS.  
R 325.62004 Rescinded.  
History: 2007 AACS; 2018 AACS.  
R 325.62005 Rescinded.  
History: 2007 AACS; 2018 AACS.  
R 325.62006 Rescinded.  
History: 2007 AACS; 2018 AACS.  
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