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Interpretations Access and working space requirements for electric equipment (600V or less). 05/28/1999National
Interpretations Requirements for electrical wiring in supply and disposal function warehouses containing hazardous materials. 04/08/1997National
Interpretations Workplace use of electrical equipment designated as "Household Use Only" and recordkeeping requirements.[1910.303(a); 1910.303(b)(2); 1910.7; 1910.303(b); 1910.304(f)(5)(v)(C)(5)] 07/16/2003National
Interpretations "Continuous industrial processes" and the infeasibility of de-energizing equipment under 29 CFR 1910.333. 12/19/2006National
Directives 07/01/1991 - STD 1-16.7 - Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices - Inspection Procedures and Interpretation Guidelines 07/22/2003National
Directives 12/23/1981 - CPL 2-1.15A - New Meat Tenderizing Technology in the Meat Industry 07/16/2003National
Interpretations Acceptable Job-Made extension cords.[1910.305] 06/17/1992National
Interpretations All electrical equipment must be approved.[1910.399] 08/24/1993National
Interpretations Appropriate safety practices for the removal of electrical meters. 08/03/1999National
Interpretations Approval of employee-furnished equipment for use in hazardous locations; definition of "electric utilization equipment." [1910.303; 1910.303(b)(1); 1910.399] 07/24/2006National
Interpretations Clarification about 29 CFR 1910.333 and 29 CFR 1910.147 as they relate to work inside an electrical panel and on related equipment. [1910.137; 1910.147; 1910.333; 1910.333(a)(1); 1910.333(a)(2); 1910.333(b); 1910.333(b)(2); 1910.333(b)(2 07/28/2006National
Interpretations Clarification of the Electrical Standard as it applies to flexible power cords on appliances. 09/09/1997National
Interpretations Clarification of the OSHA standards applicable to H. VIR (inspection) Windows installed in electrical equipment enclosures. 01/14/1997National
Interpretations Clarification of under voltage protection on metal working equipment and emergency stop devices. 04/28/1999National
Guidance Documents Common Electrical Safety Mistakes: Best Practices for Avoiding OSHA Violations and Citations (Slides)  National
Interpretations Compliance requirements for relocatable power taps or "power strips." 11/18/2002National
Interpretations Contractor shop-made extension cords.[1910.305(a)(2)] 03/03/1992National
Guidance Documents Controlling Electrical Hazards  National
Interpretations Distinction between premises wiring installations and electric transmission or distribution installations. 08/16/1996National
Interpretations Electrical conductors and equipment must be approved and used according to its listing/label.[1910.303; 1910.303(a); 1910.303(b)(2)] 05/27/2003National
Interpretations Electrical equipment approved by a NRTL is acceptable to OSHA.[1910.7; 1910.303(a); 1910.303(b); 1910.399] 05/11/2004National
Interpretations Electrical hazardous area classification drawings in the workplace. 12/12/1997National
Interpretations Electrical safety related work practices applicable to employees operating or working on or nearby, motor control centers in the workplace.[1910.303] 01/13/1992National
Interpretations Electrical safety requirements for rechargeable racks for paging transmitters.[1910.305(j)(3); 1910.399] 05/12/2003National
Interpretations Electrical standards and the application to electrically-powered medical devices. 05/12/1997National
Interpretations Electrical standards as it applies to desktop computers.[1910.303] 02/18/1992National
Interpretations Electrical Workers. 08/06/1996National
Interpretations Extension cord equipped with a built-in continuity tester.[1910.304] 04/08/1993National
Interpretations Fixed Wiring in Research Facilities and High Voltage Cable Tray Systems at Department of Energy (DOE) Research Laboratories[1910.305(a); 1910.305(a)(2); 1910.305(a)(2)(iii)(B); 1910.305(a)(3); 1910.305(b); 1910.305(g)(1); 1910.305(g)(1)(i 03/31/2004National
Interpretations General Industry Standard as it applies to the electric utility industry. 12/18/1997National
Interpretations Ground fault circuit interrupters on extension cords as well as on portable tools 05/14/2013National
Interpretations Grounding requirements for equipment connected by cord and plug. 12/21/1999National
Interpretations Grounding requirements with respect to a battery charger used with rechargeable power tools.[1910.304; 1910.307; 1910.399] 03/12/1996National
Interpretations Guarding requirements for 50 volts or more DC [1910.303(g)(2)(i)] 09/04/2015National
Interpretations Guidance on "Approval" Requirements for Flexible Corrugated Plastic Covers in the General Industry.[1910.305(b)(2); 1910.147(c)(5); 1910.303(g)(2)(ii); 1910.399] 06/24/2002National
Interpretations Hazard communication program on site and standard covering electrical installation, maintenance or repair [1910.1200(e); 1910.331; 1910.332] 10/18/1990National
Interpretations Incorporation of NFPA 70E-2000 into OSHA standards. 10/18/2006National
Case Studies Is the Employer at Fault When a Worker Disobeys Safety Procedures?  National
Interpretations Lockout or tagout requirements for electrical hazards [1910.333(b)] 08/05/2015National
Interpretations Minimally acceptable levels of illumination; Resisistor banks on overhead cranes; Overhead lines; Protective gloves on energized equipment.[1910.331] 04/28/1992National
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