If your duties include safety and compliance, you need a copy of Mancomm's OSHA Dictionary. OSHA has a language all its own, and here is an example: To most people, an apron is a simple garment worn over the front of the body to protect ones clothes when cooking. In the world of OSHA regulations, a common term like apron can mean something else entirely. According to construction industry regulation 1926.606, under Subpart O: Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment, and Marine Operations, an apron is "The area along the waterfront edge of the pier or wharf." This one-of-a-kind book contains ALL the terms and definitions from the 29 CFR OSHA parts 1903 (Inspections), 1904 (Record keeping), 1910 (General Industry), and 1926 (Construction). Important related tables and illustrations have been included to increase understanding.