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Directives 04/16/1984 - STD 1-1.13 - Fall Protection in General Industry 29 CFR 1910.23(c)(1) (c)(3), and 29 CFR 1910.132(a) 07/18/2003National
Directives 04/26/1982 - STD 1-1.11 - The Alternating Tread Type Stair 07/18/2003National
Directives 06/16/2006 - 06-03 (CPL 02) - Cancellation of STD 01-01-007 (29 CFR 1910.23, Guarding Floor and Wall Opening and Holes - General Industry) 06/16/2006National
Directives 06/30/1981 - STD 1-1.10 - Height of Guardrails in General Industry Applications 07/16/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 1-1.1 - Defining the Term 07/09/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 1-1.5 - 29 CFR 1910.23(c)(1), Protection of Opensided Floors, Platforms and Runways; Guardrails - Loading Rack Platforms 07/07/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 1-1.6 - 29 CFR 1910.23(e)(5), (iii), Clearance of Handrails and Railings - General Industry 07/08/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 1-1.8 - 29 CFR 1910.23(c), Metal Pouring Platforms - Protection of Open- sided Floors, Platforms and Runways 07/08/2003National
Interpretations Acceptability of a Fixed Ramp with a One-in-Four Slope on an Industrial Conveyor. [1910.23; 1910.132] 07/06/2005National
Interpretations Acceptability of slip on fittings on stair rails and requirement for stair rails to be smooth surfaced. [1910.23; 1910.23(e)(1)] 11/14/2005National
Interpretations Acceptable use of single point anchor systems for window cleaning operations. 03/08/2002National
Interpretations Alternative fall protection program when guardrails are infeasible to install. [1910.23; 1910.23(c)] 02/27/2006National
Interpretations Center stair rail requirements for fixed industrial stairs greater than 88 inches wide.[1910.23(d)(1)(v)] 05/23/2005National
Interpretations Circumstances under which installation of fixed industrial stairs with a slope between 50 degrees and 70 degrees from the horizontal would be considered a de minimis violation. [1910.24] 02/10/2006National
Interpretations Clarification of fixed stairs strength; minimum of 1,000 lbs. [1910.24(c)] 05/08/2000National
Interpretations Compliance of stair and platform railings with height requirements in OSHA standards for fixed industrial stairs. 08/27/2008National
Interpretations Electrical Conductor Identification. 12/18/1997National
Interpretations Fall protection for an extendable gangway. 07/24/1995National
Interpretations Fall Protection in the power distribution industry. [1910.269] 09/01/1995National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements when working from ladders in the telecommunications industry.[1910.21(b); 1910.23(a)(2); 1910.23(c)(1); 1910.23(c)(3); 1910.27(b)(1); 1910.27(c)(3); 1910.27(c)(7); 1910.27(d)(2); 1910.27(d)(3); 1910.27(d)(4); 05/23/2005National
Guidance Documents Fall Protection Tips (OSHA Quick Card)  National
Guidance Documents Falls and Other Hazards to Workers Removing Snow from Rooftops and Other Elevated Surfaces [OSHA Hazard Alert]  National
Interpretations Fire station fire poles and the OSHA standards. 05/29/1992National
Interpretations Harness used for fall protection is not considered "apparel". 07/30/1996National
Interpretations Interpretation Regarding Guardrails Proposed for Coors Stadium. 03/08/1995National
Interpretations Ladderway floor openings.(1910.23) 05/12/1992National
Interpretations Nominal vertical height requirement for toe boards. [1910.23] 09/22/1992National
Interpretations Open roof hatches should be protected; grab bars not required at hatch exits.[1910.27(c)(7); 1910.23] 07/12/2000National
Interpretations Platforms and ladders on communication towers.(1910.23) 03/26/1993National
Guidance Documents Preventing Falls in General Industry  National
Interpretations Procedures and precautions for employees using descent control equipment. 04/07/1999National
Interpretations Protective devices for ladderway openings.(1910.21) 01/15/1993National
Interpretations Recommendations for preventing prolonged suspension in personal fall protection systems.[1910 Subpart D; 1910 Subpart I] 09/08/2004National
Interpretations Retract-A-Matic 6 Lifeline as it applies to personal fall arrest system.[1910.66 App C] 04/27/1993National
Interpretations Safety net and supporting stanchion requirements. 03/12/1998National
Interpretations Spacing requirements between two handrails.[1910.23] 12/10/1996National
Interpretations Stair rail height must be between 30-34 inches. 11/09/1999National
Interpretations Static coefficients of friction for walking/working surfaces [1910.22] 03/21/2003National
Interpretations The use of a safety chain in lieu of a gate. 02/12/1982National
Interpretations Toeboard requirements on walkways over interior of a water tank. [1910.23] 03/31/1994National
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