Standard

Safety fuse shall only be used where sources of extraneous electricity make the use of electric blasting caps dangerous. The use of a fuse that has been hammered or injured in any way shall be forbidden.

1926.907(b)

The hanging of a fuse on nails or other projections which will cause a sharp bend to be formed in the fuse is prohibited

1926.907(c)

Before capping safety fuse, a short length shall be cut from the end of the supply reel so as to assure a fresh cut end in each blasting cap.

1926.907(d)

Only a cap crimper of approved design shall be used for attaching blasting caps to safety fuse. Crimpers shall be kept in good repair and accessible for use.

1926.907(e)

No unused cap or short capped fuse shall be placed in any hole to be blasted; such unused detonators shall be removed from the working place and destroyed.

1926.907(f)

No fuse shall be capped, or primers made up, in any magazine or near any possible source of ignition.