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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 16. Labor and Employment
Agency 25. Safety and Health Codes Board

Chapter 50. Boiler and Pressure Vessel RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 15
Effective date of certain requirements of the regulation
Section 20
Minimum construction standards for boilers and pressure vessels
Section 30
Frequency of inspections of boilers and pressure vessels
Section 40
Notification of inspection
Section 50
Examination for an inspector's certificate of competency
Section 60
Examination fees
Section 70
Certificate of competency and identification card
Section 80
Inspectors to have no other interests
Section 90
Inspection reports to be submitted by special inspectors
Section 100
Insurance companies and contract fee inspectors to notify Chief Inspector of contractual changes
Section 110
Special inspectors to notify Chief Inspector of unsafe boilers and pressure vessels
Section 120
Owner-user inspection agency
Section 130
Defective conditions disclosed at time of external inspection
Section 140
Owner or user to notify chief inspector of accident
Section 150
Inspection certificate and inspection fees
Section 160
Validity of inspection certificate
Section 170
Restamping boilers and pressure vessels
Section 180
Penalty for operation of unsafe boilers and pressure vessels
Section 190
Condemned boilers and pressure vessels
Section 200
Reinstallation of standard boilers or pressure vessels
Section 210
Installation or reinstallation of nonstandard boilers or pressure vessels
Section 220
Installation of used or secondhand boilers or pressure vessels
Section 230
Reinstalled boiler or pressure vessel
Section 240
Factor of safety for existing installations
Section 250
Repairs or alterations
Section 260
Removal of safety appliances
Section 270
Review fees
Section 280
Requirements for new installations
Section 290
Application of Commonwealth serial numbers
Section 300
Return loop connection
Section 310
Ladders, platforms, and runways
Section 320
Exit from boiler room
Section 330
Section 340
Burner controls and safety devices
Section 350
Repairs and renewals of boiler fittings and appliances
Section 360
Power and high-pressure, high-temperature water boilers
Section 370
Heating boilers
Section 380
Pressure vessels
Section 390
Inspection of boilers and pressure vessels
Section 400
Boilers and pressure vessels improperly prepared for inspection
Section 410
Removal of covering to permit inspection
Section 420
Lap-seam crack
Section 430
Hydrostatic pressure tests
Section 440
Automatic low-water fuel cutoff and/or water-feeding device
Section 445
Pressure control devices
Section 450
Pressure-reducing valves
Section 460
Blowoff equipment
Section 470
Location of discharge piping outlets
Section 480
Repairs and alterations
Section 490
Section 500
Boiler door latches
Section 510
Section 520
Ladders and runways
Section 530
Air and ventilation requirements
Section 540
Jacketed kettles and miniatures boilers
Section 550
Fuel burning apparatus and systems (flame safeguard)
Section 560
Inspection of secondhand or used boilers or pressure vessels
Section 570
Conditions not covered by this chapter
FORMS (16VAC25-50)

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