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Interpretations Acceptability of storing Class II combustible liquids in DOT/NRTL approved polyethylene containers.[1910.106(d)(2)(i)] 08/02/2001National
Interpretations DOT Approved Gas Cans. 08/26/1996National
Interpretations Emergency drainage systems for flammable/ combustible liquids in industrial plants.[1910.106(e)(3)(iv)] 10/06/1992National
Interpretations Letter requesting a compliance determination of control device system used primarily in paint spray booth applications. 08/03/1995National
Interpretations Variance request. 06/07/1995National
Directives 07/12/1994 - STD 1-5.18A - Acceptance of U.S. Department of Transportaion Exemption 07/22/2003National
Directives 10/24/1980 - STD 1-5.14A - U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Exemption Which Allow Shipment of Combustible and Flammable Liquids in Polyethylene 07/16/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 1-5.2 - Drainage, Dikes, and Walls for Aboveground Tanks (29 CFR 1910. 106(b)(2)(vii)) 07/09/2003National
Directives 10/301978 - STD 1-5.9 - 29 CFR 1910.106(a)(14), "Flashpoint" - Acceptable Method of Determining Flashpoints 07/07/2003National
Directives 11/09/1979 - STD 1-5.15 - 29 CFR 1910.106(e)(2)(ii)(b), Clarification of the Quantity of Liquid That May be Located Outside of an Inside Storage 07/09/2003National
Interpretations Above-ground 500-gallon polyethylene tank is unacceptable for storage of flammable and combustible liquids. 08/30/2001National
Interpretations Applicability of 29 CFR 1910.119 Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard to the Manufacture of Explosives Required Under 29 CFR 1910.109(k)(2)[1910.109] 11/08/1995National
Interpretations Are above ground tanks acceptable...in place of diking.(1910.106) 05/27/1993National
Interpretations Clarification of requirements for 1000 gallon diesel storage tank.[1926.152; 1926.155(h)] 06/09/2000National
Interpretations Clarification on how OSHA would address the use of natural gas or liquid propane gas used in an after-burner to remove volatile organic carbon (VOC) air contaminants. 02/13/1995National
Interpretations Compliance with NFPA 30 revisions in lieu of 1910.106.(1910.219) 07/18/1995National
Interpretations Double-walled tanks do not reduce the minimum separation distances for flammable and combustible liquids.[1910.106(f)(3)(i)] 07/07/2000National
Interpretations Fiberglass tanks for above and below ground storage of flammable and combustible liquids.(1910.106) 01/13/1993National
Interpretations Flammable and Combustible Liquid standard.(1910.106) 07/15/1993National
Interpretations HHCs as it applies to storing of flammable liquids.(1910.119) 06/24/1992National
Interpretations Hydrogen fuel that is contained in fuel storage cylinders. 06/27/1997National
Interpretations Interlock of power supply line/fuel supply must not be time delayed. 12/13/1994National
Interpretations Interpretation of the word close.(1910.110(b)(14)(i)) 09/09/1993National
Interpretations OSHA regulation of liquified paving asphalt; not covered by 1910.106.[1910.106] 05/19/2000National
Interpretations OSHA will not enforce the PSM standard at oil and gas production facilities.[1910.119(a)] 04/11/2000National
Interpretations Outside, above ground, tanks used for storage of flammable and combustible liquids.(1910.106) 02/05/1992National
Interpretations Packing materials which were used for packaging explosives must be burned. 05/05/1995National
Interpretations Permitted incidental storage of flammable or combustible liquids.[1910.106; 1910.106(e)(2)(i); 1910.106(e)(2)(ii)(b)] 12/02/2003National
Interpretations Plastic containers for Class IB flammable liquids.(1910.106) 12/09/1992National
Interpretations Request of Assistance in Evaluating Variance Application Number 2290.(1910.106) 08/31/1995National
Interpretations Spill containment of flammable or combustible liquids when a curb or earth dike is used.(1910.12) 11/09/1993National
Interpretations Storage of diesel fuel and kerosene at construction sites.(1926.155) 08/17/1994National
Interpretations Storage of flammable and combustible liquids in a storage room within a warehouse facility.(1910.106) 01/08/1992National
Interpretations Storage of flammable and/or combustible liquids.(1926.152) 02/23/1994National
Interpretations Storage of flammable liquid in original containers at a job worksite.(1926.152) 10/28/1992National
Interpretations Storage of flammable liquids and corrosives in the same cabinet [1910.106; 1910.1200(g)] 03/23/2001National
Interpretations Storage of propane and ether gas cylinders with flammable materials is not allowed. 04/19/1999National
Interpretations Storage of water-reactive materials with flammable or combustible liquids in the same room or area.[1910.106; 1910.106(d)(7)(iv)] 04/25/2003National
Interpretations The "gas caddy" and OSHA's Flammable and Combustible Liquids Standard.[1910.106] 04/23/1996National
Interpretations The NOWPAK Solvent Dispensing System. 08/30/1996National
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