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Interpretations Access and working space requirements for electric equipment (600V or less). 05/28/1999National
Interpretations Interpretation of the OSHA construction standards for electrical branch circuits. 11/21/1995National
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 Acceptability of using web based electrical training 07/24/2014National
Interpretations Acceptable Job-Made extension cords.[1910.305] 06/17/1992National
Interpretations Acceptable uses of flexible temporary cords/cables on construction sites 01/16/2003National
Interpretations All electrical equipment must be approved.[1910.399] 08/24/1993National
Interpretations Application of 1926.404(b)(1) to 208-volt branch circuits; requirement for electrical subcontractor under 1926.404(b)(1) to provide ground-fault circuit interrupters on circuits used by other subcontractors.[1926.404(b); 1926.404(b)(1); 03/22/2005National
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 Approval of temporary power for a construction site.[1926.403(a)] 01/08/1992National
Interpretations Approved and Acceptable equipment has been determined to be safe by a qualified electrical testing laboratory.[1926.403] 01/07/1992National
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 of type SJTW flexible cords with 1926.405(a)(2)(ii)(J) and use on construction sites.[1926.405; 1926.405(a)(2)(ii)(J)] 03/29/2004National
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 CSHO use of external GFCI testers to enforce 29 CFR 1926.404(b)(1)[1926.404; 1926.404(b)(1); 1926.404(b)(1)(i); 1926.404(b)(1)(ii); 1926.404(b)(1)(iii)] 07/09/2003National
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
Guidance Documents Electrical Safety Plan Tips and Considerations  National
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 Extension cord grounding continuity requirements.[1926.404(b)(1)(iii)(D)] 08/09/1993National
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 Flexible corrugated plastic covers for temporary use to cover live electric parts in switch and panel boxes.[1926.405(d); 1926.305(d)] 06/17/2002National
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