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Excerpt from "OSHA compliance of Terra Flex stair system (models L-400 and A-500).[1926.1052; 1926.1053; 1926.1050; 1926.502(h); 1926.502(j); 1926.1051(a)]"
OSHA's construction stairways and ladder standard, Subpart X of 29 CFR part 1926, applies to all stairways and ladders used in construction, alteration, repair (including painting and decorating), and demolition workplaces covered under 29 CFR part 1926 and also sets forth, in specified circumstances, when ladders and stairways are required. Under Subpart X, 1926.1052 sets forth the requirements for all stairways and 1926.1053 sets forth the requirements for all ladders. The definition section for Subpart X (1926.1050) does not define the terms stairs or stairways. While it does not contain a definition for ladder, it does define several specific types of ladders.

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