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1910.68(c)(6) Emergency Stop
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An emergency stop means shall be provided.
This stop means shall be so connected with the control lever or operating mechanism that it will cut off the power and apply the brake when pulled in the direction of travel.
If rope is used, it shall be not less than three-eights inch in diameter. Wire rope, unless marlin-covered, shall not be used.
This stop means shall be within easy reach of the ascending and descending runs of the belt.
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