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The name running board is also given to safety appliances for walking on rail cars.
Those who do are trained either in a class or through a video made available by Mine Safety Appliance.
Engine safety appliances were sparse.
Since this is a safety appliance, fail-safe operation is crucial; therefore the circuit is designed to indicate the presence of a train when failures occur.
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Other types of signals can include Train Order signals, manual block signals or signals governing special safety appliances such as slide fences, non-interlocked sidings, road crossings, etc.
It interpreted the words "any car" in the Railroad Safety Appliance Act prohibiting common carriers from using any car in moving interstate commerce not equipped with automatic couplers.
March 2 - The US Railroad Safety Appliance Act is enacted, mandating that all cars in interchange service be equipped with air brakes, automatic couplers and grab irons.
The provisions of the US Railroad Safety Appliance Act, enacted in 1893, are extended to include all railroad cars whether or not the cars themselves are used in interchange service.
The 1893 Railroad Safety Appliance Act gave the ICC jurisdiction over railroad safety, removing this authority from the states, and this was followed with amendments in 1903 and 1910.
If you have burning sensations in your brain and suspect pollens are the cause, you need a Dustfoe 66 or 77 mask with filters, available from Mine Safety Appliances (see Appendix D).
Early 1944: the USA government, to try to stop men from being drowned in sunken army tanks, asks the company Mine Safety Appliances (MSA) for a suitable small escape breathing set.
June 6 - the US Railroad Safety Appliance Act of 1893 is further extended to mandate that no less than 85% of all railroad cars in an operating train must be equipped with air brakes.
We passed an act improving safety appliances on railway trains without much opposition, but we had more trouble with acts regulating the hours of labor of railway employees and making those railways which were engaged in inter-State commerce liable for injuries to or the death of their employees while on duty.