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Interpretations Applicability of 29 CFR 1910.178 to pick-up trucks such as Ford Ranger, Chevrolet S-10 and Dodge 1500. [1910.178; 1910.178(a)(1)] 07/13/2006National
Interpretations Chocking of trailers at United States Postal Service facilities. [1910.178; 1910.178(k)(1); 1910.178(m)(7)] 09/14/2005National
Interpretations Competency of powered industrial truck trainers; training must be truck - and site - specific.[1910.178(l)(2)(ii); 1910.178(l)(3)(i); 1910.178(l)(3)(ii)] 04/10/2000National
Interpretations Evaluation of what is considered a safe speed to operate powered industrial trucks (forklifts).[1910.178(n)(8); 1910.178(n)(15)] 11/04/2004National
Interpretations Installation of strobe lights on forklifts as an additional warning device for forklifts used in vessel holds.[1910; 1910.178(a)(4); 1910.178(l); 1917; 1917.43(b)(1); 1917.43(c)(5); 1918; 1918.65(b)(1); 1918.65(f)] 12/21/2004National
Interpretations Pre-operation forklift examinations are not required to be written.[1910.178(q)(7)] 05/09/2000National
Interpretations Requirements for the sound level of a warning device (horn) located on a forklift.[1910.178(q)(7); 1910.178(p)(1); 1910.178(q)(5)] 08/13/2004National
Interpretations Use of seat belts on powered industrial trucks 03/07/1996National
Interpretations 03/30/2004 - Written approval requirements for powered industrial truck modifications and additions that affect capacity or safe operation. 03/30/2004National
Directives 10/19/1999 - Chocking of Tractor Trailer under the Powered Industrial Truck Standard 07/22/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 1-11.3 - 29 CFR 1910.178(m)(b) Powered Industrial Trucks door opening device for freight car doors 07/07/2003National
Directives 11/30/2000 - Compliance Assistance for the Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training Standards 07/22/2003National
Interpretations Applicability of 1910.178 to earth moving equipment and skid steer loaders.[1910.178(a)] 03/07/2000National
Interpretations Back-up alarm requirements on vehicles. 06/10/1993National
Interpretations Batteries in powered industrial trucks must be secured horizontally and/or vertically.[1910.178; 1910.178(g)(5)] 03/18/2003National
Interpretations Clarification of OSHA's CPL 2-1.30 regarding tractor trailer chocking. 11/09/1999National
Interpretations Clarification of PIT requirements covering: fall protection and safety platforms, seatbelts, LP-gas storage, smoking, and eye wash stations. 03/08/2002National
Interpretations Clarification of the Powered Industrial Truck (1910.178) standard's use of the terms "in need of repair," "defective," and "unsafe."[1910.178; 1910.178(p)(1); 1910.178(q)(1); 1910.178(p); 1910.178(q)] 06/17/2004National
Interpretations Clarification of the use of powered industrial trucks in Class I, Division 2, Group C locations.(1910.178) 05/24/1995National
Interpretations Clarification on whether a forklift equipped with a designated forklift boom would be considered a crane.[1926.1400; 1926.1400(a)(1)] 06/21/2012National
Interpretations Clarification on whether a forklift equipped with a designated forklift boom would be considered a crane.[1926.1400; 1926.1400(a)(1)] 09/21/2012National
Interpretations Clarification regarding the policy for the use of seat belts on powered industrial trucks in general industry. 12/11/1996National
Interpretations Classification of sweepers and scrubbers.(1910.178) 04/03/1995National
Interpretations Coverage of volunteers; forklift operator training for multiple facilities determined by similarity of potential workplace hazards.[1910.178(l); 1910.178(l)(1); 1910.178(l)(3); 1975.4(h)(4)] 05/13/2005National
Interpretations Disabled (hearing impaired) forklift operators. 01/26/1998National
Case Studies Does a Forklift Truck Have to Be Equipped with a Backup Alarm?  National
Interpretations does not apply to agricultural operations.(1910.178) 09/23/1999National
Interpretations Earthmoving equipment is not covered by 1910.178; skid- steer equipment may be covered. 10/21/1999National
Interpretations Employers must evaluate prior training and ensure safe powered industrial truck operations. 02/16/1999National
Interpretations Enforcement of the Use of Seat Belts on Powered Industrial Trucks in General Industry.[1910.178] 10/09/1996National
Interpretations Evaluation of what is considered a safe speed to operate powered industrial trucks (forklifts).[1910.178(n)(8); 1910.178(n)(15)] 11/04/2004National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements for elevated platforms of powered industrial trucks; body belts versus harnesses.[1910.178] 06/28/2004National
Interpretations Fork inspection requirements for powered industrial trucks. 10/22/1999National
Interpretations Forklifts: free rigging requires manufacturer approval. 10/22/1999National
Interpretations Host employers may require site-specific forklift training of visiting workers. 10/28/1999National
Interpretations Host employers must assure forklift operators of visiting employers are trained. 04/06/1999National
Interpretations Inspection requirements for powered industrial trucks not used for significant time periods.[1910.178; 1910.178(q)(7)] 03/03/2005National
Interpretations Log skidder operators must be trained in accordance with 1910.266(i)(3)(ii). 08/30/1999National
Interpretations No person is allowed to stand or pass under the elevated portion of any powered industrial truck.[1910.178; 1910.178(m)(2)] 04/14/2004National
Interpretations PIT Operator's Triennial Performance Evaluation Requires Demonstration of both Knowledge and Skills for Safe Operation of Vehicle. [1910.178; 1910.178(l)(4)] 08/01/2005National
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