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Interpretations Highway work zones and reflective/warning vests for the protection of off-duty police officers working as flaggers. [1926.200; 1926.200(g)(2); 1926.201; 1926.201(a)] 01/31/2006National
Interpretations Motor vehicle requirements for a re-paving project. [1926.601; 1926.601(a)] 07/03/2007National
Interpretations Requirements for leaving construction vehicles unattended and running on an off-highway job-site.[1926.600; 1926.600(a)(3)(ii)] 01/14/2004National
Interpretations "Threaded studs" are prohibited from being installed prior to decking when they project.[1926.754(c)(1); 1926.754(c)(1)(i)] 12/11/2003National
Interpretations 03/01/1995 - Policy on focused inspections in construction. 03/01/1995National
Interpretations 04/17/2006 - Guardrail height requirements for construction activities in General Industry Facilities. [1926.502; 1926.502(b)(1)] 04/17/2006National
Interpretations 1910.176 - Proper procedures for stacking materials at construction sites. 03/28/1994National
Interpretations 1926 - Elevator Hazards During Construction. 02/25/1992National
Interpretations 1926 - Toilets are not required at construction jobsites if transportation is readily available to nearby facilities. 04/19/1993National
Interpretations 1926.11 - OSHA Regulations for single family dwelling construction. 03/17/1992National
Interpretations 1926.20(d)(2) - General industry standards to construction activities. 12/03/1993National
Interpretations 1926.32 - Clarification of the OSHA standard 1926.32 addressing competent persons at construction sites. 08/31/1995National
Interpretations 1926.32 - Construction vs. Maintenance. 08/11/1994National
Interpretations 1926.51 - Enforcing the provision for toilet facilities on construction and demolition sites. 02/02/1995National
Interpretations 1926.51(f) - Application of 29 CFR 1926.51(f) 02/10/1994National
Interpretations 1926.54 - De minimis violation status is accorded to power lasers used in the construction industry. 10/21/1992National
Interpretations 1926.54 - Degree of hazard associated with low power lasers in construction industry. 09/17/1992National
Interpretations 1926.706 - Bracing of masonry block walls. 02/16/1993National
Interpretations 1926.800 - Definition of Potentially Gassy Atmosphere. 07/24/1993National
Interpretations 1926.850(a) - Demolition regulations do apply to the removal of ceilings and inte rior non-load bearing walls and partitions. 01/27/1994National
Interpretations 1926.852 - Design of Debris Chute 03/25/1992National
Interpretations 29 CFR 1926.31 and 1926.100; wearing caps or other apparel under a hard hat for cold weather protection. [1926.31; 1926.100] 04/17/2006National
Interpretations Acceptability of using extensible boom forklifts to lift steel joist for spreading by hand.[1926.757; 1926.602; 1926.602(c); 1926.602(c)(1); 1926.600] 01/23/2003National
Interpretations Alternative procedures under STD 3-0.1A for employees performing roofing work on roof slopes of 6 in 12 or less during residential construction.[1926.501(b)(13)] 06/03/2005National
Interpretations Alternatives to common back-up alarms on construction motor vehicles; use of other effective technology or observers/signal persons.[1926.601; 1926.601(b); 1926.601(b)(4); 1926.601(b)(4)(i); 1926.601(b)(4)(ii); 1926.602; 1926.602(a); 1926 09/27/2004National
Interpretations Applicablity of Subpart S to tunnels contructed by auger boring.[1926.800; 1926.800(a)(1)] 10/01/2010National
Interpretations Application of OSH Act and Multi-employer Citation Policy rather than CWHSSA to ensure subcontractors meet construction occupational safety and health responsibilities.[1926.16(a)] 03/15/2005National
Interpretations Application of OSHA requirements to self-employed construction workers.[1975.3(d)] 05/23/2001National
Interpretations Blasting operations within completely contained vessel and sunup/sundown requirements.( 1926.900) 02/11/1993National
Interpretations Clarification of maintenance vs. construction activities; standards applicable to the removal and replacement of steel tanks and structural steel supports.[1926.32(g); 1910.12(a); 1910.12(b); 1926.750(b)(1); 1926.750(b)(2); 1926.750(a); 11/18/2003National
Interpretations Clarification on controlled access zones for leading edge work.[1926.501; 1926.501(b); 1926.501(b)(2)(i); 1926.502; 1926.502(g); 1926.502(k); 1926.502(k)(7)] 04/30/2010National
Interpretations Clarification regarding impalement hazards on construction worksites[1926.701(b); 1926.25(a)] 03/24/2014National
Interpretations Compliance of shop-installed steel angle or bent plates running along the length of the top flange of a perimeter beam.[1926.754; 1926.754(c)(1)(i)] 01/23/2004National
Interpretations Construction of homes with masonry walls is not considered "residential construction" in applying STD 03-00-001.[1926.501(b)(13); 1926.502(k)] 05/17/2004National
Interpretations Construction requirements for personnel hoists; applicability of ANSI A10.4-2004. [1926.552(c)(16)] 03/27/2006National
Interpretations Contractors and the criteria for applying the Construction Work Standard.[1910; 1910.12; 1926] 02/01/1996National
Interpretations Distance reinforcing steel can protrude before guarding is required. (1926.701) 03/18/1993National
Interpretations Do the requirements in §1926.756(c) apply to double connections made at a beam away from a column? [1926.756; 1926.756(c)(1)] 05/09/2006National
Interpretations Does a truck with a cab containing an intergral falling object protective structure that was manufactured to meet the ISO 3449 standard conform to 29 CFR 1926.601(b)(6)?[1926.601; 1926.601(b)(6)] 04/30/2010National
Interpretations Emergency medical services on construction sites.[1910.134; 1910.134(a)(2); 1926.21(b)(2); 1926.50(a); 1926.50(b); 1926.50; 1926.50(c); 1926.50(d); 1926.50(d)(1); 1926.50(d)(2); 1926.50(f); 1926.103] 03/02/2005National
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