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Interpretations "Scaffolds" 08/27/2007National
Directives 01/07/1997 - Inspection Procedures for Enforcing Subpart L, Scaffolds Used in Construction - 29 CFR 1926.450-454 07/22/2003National
Directives 08/12/1991 - CPL 2.34 CH-7 - Changes to the Construction Standard Alleged Violation Elements (SAVEs) Manual 07/22/2003National
Directives 08/14/1979 - STD 3-10.1B - General Industry and Maritime Industry Standards as Related to Construction Standard, 1926.451(a)(10) 07/09/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 3-10.2 - 29 CFR 1926.451(i)(8), Multistage Suspension Scaffolds 07/08/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 3-10.3 - 29 CFR 1926.451(a)(5) Scaffolding, General Requirements Guardrails 07/08/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 3-10.4 - 29 CFR 1926.451 Scaffolding 07/08/2003National
Guidance Documents A Guide to Scaffold Use in the Construction Industry  National
Interpretations A letter of determination of the new scaffold mandate. 08/05/1997National
Interpretations Acceptability of climbing over or through guardrails on scaffolds used in construction.[1926.450; 1926.451; 1926.452; 1926.453; 1926.454] 05/25/2001National
Interpretations Access requirements for cantilevered work platforms; use of unstable objects is prohibited.[1926.451(e)(1),1926.451(c)(2)(iii); 1926.450(b)] 07/23/2001National
Interpretations Allowable load rating of the suspension wire ropes with wire clip terminations [1926.451(a)(3)] 05/15/2015National
Interpretations Allowable tolerance for the height of guardrails [1926.451(a)(5)] 01/31/1992National
Interpretations Applicability of scaffold fall protection to guardrails near ladder access areas on scaffolds; toeboards across ladder access areas.[1926.451(e); 1926.451(e)(2); 1926.451(g); 1926.451(g)(1); 1926.451(h); 1926.451(h)(2); 1926.1053(b)(1)] 06/20/2005National
Interpretations Application of 1926.451(b)(3)(ii) to "Drivit" (synthetic stucco) systems.[1926.451(b)(3)(ii)] 01/22/2001National
Interpretations Application of OSHA construction standards that govern the loading of materials onto scissor lifts and the restraining of those stored materials.[1926.450; 1926.451(a)(6); 1926.454(a); 1926.454(b); 1926.451(a)(6); 1926.250; 1926.451(h); 01/19/2005National
Interpretations Clarification of 1926.451(a)(6) requirements for scaffolds and bridge-painting projects[1926.451(a)(6); 1926.451(a)(1); 1926.451(a)(3); 1926.451(d)(12)(iv); 1926.451(f)(16); 1926.451(g)(1)(i); 1926.451(g)(1)(ii); 1926.451(g)(1)(iii); 192 08/06/2002National
Interpretations Clarification of OSHA policy regarding the use of scaffold stairs for access to a multi - story structure.[1926.451; 1926.1051] 08/22/2000National
Interpretations Compliance of Master Plank scaffold planking with OSHA plank strength requirements. 10/30/2003National
Interpretations Compliance of Non-Stop base tower and extension frames with scaffold access requirements.[1926.451; 1926.451(e)(6)(ii); 1926.451(e)(6)(vi); 1926.451(e)(7)] 01/23/2003National
Interpretations Composition, span, and deflection of underslung bridge scaffold platform systems.[1926.451; 1926.451(f)(16); 1926.450] 04/21/2004National
Interpretations Duties of the competent person during the erecting, dismantling and moving of scaffolds. 02/24/1997National
Interpretations Enforcement policy for stall loads of scaffold hoists.[1926.451] 12/17/1996National
Interpretations Evaluation of the Jax Scaffold System.[1926.451; 1926.451(g)(4)(vii); 1926.451(a)] 04/21/2004National
Interpretations Fall protection achorage points: guardrail systems and cranes. 06/08/1998National
Interpretations Fall protection and access for scaffold erecting and dismantling. 12/04/1997National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements during installation and removal or tarps and sheeting on/from scaffolds; qualifications of person determining safety on scaffold with wind imposed forces.[1926.451(g)(2); 1926.451(f)(12); 1926.451(g)(1); 1926 07/16/2003National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements for workers constructing a water tower while on a scaffold.[1926.451(g); 1926.451(g)(1); 1926.451(g)(i); 1926.451(g)(1)(vii); 1926.451(g)(1)(ii); 1926.451(g)(1)(iii); 1926.451(g)(1)(iv); 1926.451(g)(1)(v); 1926 04/05/2005National
Interpretations Foundation requirements for scaffolds; competent person qualifications for assessing foundations.[1926.451(c)(1)(iii); 1926.451(c)(2); 1926.451(c)(2)(i); 1926.451(f)(3); 1926.451(f)(7); 1926.450] 08/01/2000National
Interpretations Fully Planked and Decked Scaffold[1926.451; 1926.451(b)(1)] 03/02/2010National
Interpretations Grounding precautions for arc welding from suspended scaffolds. 12/10/1998National
Interpretations Guardrail requirements for two point suspension scaffolds. [1926.451; 1926.451(b)(3); 1926.451(g)(1)(ii); 1926.451(g)(1)(vi); 1926.451(g)(4)(i)] 09/14/2006National
Interpretations Height to base width ratio for mobile scaffolds with/without outriggers.[1926.451(c)(1); 1926.452(w)(6); 1926.452(w)(6)(ii); 1926.452(w)(6)(iii)] 03/10/2004National
Interpretations Hoists for suspension scaffolds must be tested by a qualified testing laboratory 01/16/2001National
Interpretations Ladder-access gates in scaffold configuration.[1915.71(k); 1926.451(e)] 12/03/2001National
Interpretations Longitudinal bracing across the inner and outer rows of posts on tube and coupler scaffolds. 03/21/1997National
Interpretations Manually operated winch and tripod system used for raising, lowering and supporting employees. [1910.28] 03/31/1994National
Interpretations Meaning of January 1, 2000 "placed in service" date for scaffolds. 05/25/2000National
Interpretations Minimum width of roof bracket scaffolds.[1926.451(b)(2)(i)] 12/12/1996National
Interpretations Moving mobile (Baker) scaffolds; locking casters and wheels. 06/08/1998National
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