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Interpretations Acceptability of using a ramp to unload parts from a semi-trailer.[1926.501; 1926.501(b)(6)] 06/27/2012National
Interpretations Applicability of fall protection requirements/fall protection for waste collection and landfill activities. 05/09/1995National
Interpretations Clarification of fall protection requirements for open holes on a construction site. 11/17/1998National
Interpretations Fall protection during roofing inspections, investigations, and assessments.[1926.500(a); 1926.501(b)(10); 1926.502(f)(2)] 03/12/2004National
Interpretations Fall protection for various lift-devices; restraint, positioning, fall arrest and rescue requirements; maintenance vs. construction examples.[1926.451(g)(1)(vii); 1926.451(g)(4); 1926.453(b)(2)(v); 1926.500; 1926.502(d); 1919.502(d)(20)] 08/14/2000National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements for construction workers doing work while on a roof.[1926.501(b)(1); 1926.501(b)(10); 1926.501(b)(2); 1926.501(b)(12); 1926.501(b)(13); 1926.502(f)(2)] 12/15/2003National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements for installing first three rows of roofing or for removing slide guards from a completed roof with a slope 6-in-12 or less.[1926.501; 1926.501(b)(13)] 11/17/2003National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements for pump jack scaffold railings.[1926.451(g); 1926.451(g)(1); 1926.451(g)(2); 1926.451(g)(4); 1926.452(j)] 03/25/2004National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements for shop-installed shear connectors at 20 feet above ground or a lower level.[1926.754(c)(1)(i); 1926.754(c)(1)] 04/08/2002National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements for work docks/bridges used during bridge construction.[1915.2; 1910.12(a); 1917.1(a); 1926.450(b); 1926.451(g)(1); 1926.106] 02/09/2004National
Interpretations Hoisting personnel into and out of drilled shafts with a drill rig. 02/07/1995National
Interpretations If a fall restraint system could be considered a form of fall protection to be used instead of guardrails, safety lines, or fall arrest systems. 11/02/1995National
Interpretations Life jacket and skiff requirements when working over or near water.[1926.106; 1926.106(d); 1926.106(a)] 12/05/2003National
Interpretations Review residential construction scenarios for alternative fall protection procedures.[1926.501; 1926.501(b)(13); 1926.502(k)] 12/08/2003National
Interpretations The impact on the roofing industry of the OSHA's newly revised fall protection standard. 05/08/1995National
Interpretations 03/01/1995 - OSHA policy on steel erection fall protection requirements. 03/01/1995National
Interpretations 03/09/1999 - Reinforcing steel (rebar) assemblies: questions regarding fall protection and training. 03/09/1999National
Interpretations 04/27/1999 - Steel erection: applicability to metal roof systems and fall protection.[1926.750; 1926.105(a)] 04/27/1999National
Interpretations 05/16/2001 - Development of slip-resistance testing methods on structural steel.[1926.754(c)(3)] 05/16/2001National
Interpretations 07/01/1999 - Requirements for employees working atop cargo containers being handled by container gantry cranes. 07/01/1999National
Interpretations 07/08/1994 - Fall protection during steel erection activities. 07/08/1994National
Interpretations 07/10/1995 - 1926.104 - Fall Protection in Steel Erection. 07/10/1995National
Interpretations 08/25/1995 - Review of a Guard Rail System for compliance with OSHA standards. 08/25/1995National
Interpretations 09/25/1995 - 1926.500 - Review of a new product, The Safety Boot. 09/25/1995National
Interpretations 09/26/1995 - 1926.501 - Ironworkers involved in steel erection activities must be protected from falls. 09/26/1995National
Interpretations 09/26/1995 - Fall Protection Standards. 09/26/1995National
Interpretations 11/02/1995 - Several clarifications concerning construction safety. 11/02/1995National
Interpretations 12/23/1994 - 1926.501 - Fall protection during rebar assembly construction. 12/23/1994National
Interpretations 1910 - The new fall protection provisions of Subpart M and their application to various types of aerial lifts. 03/27/1995National
Interpretations 1926 - Fall Protection Plans--Enforcement Policy. 07/12/1995National
Interpretations 1926.104 - Body belts used for climbing power transmission poles. 08/21/1992National
Interpretations 1926.105 - Fall Protection during Steel Erection 02/07/1992National
Interpretations 1926.21 - OSHA standards addressing training for employees using personal fall arrest equipment. 03/14/1995National
Interpretations 1926.269 - The impact on the roofing industry of OSHA's newly revised fall protection standard. 03/30/1995National
Interpretations 1926.500 - OSHA's New Fall Protection Standard for the Construction Industry. 09/25/1995National
Interpretations 1926.500 - OSHA's new fall protection standards for construction will prohibit use of safety belts with side dee rings as part of a personal fall arrest system. 09/25/1995National
Interpretations 1926.500 - Request for approval of guardrail system. 03/24/1993National
Interpretations 1926.500 - The frequency of the load measuring system when testing fall arrest equipment should be set at 500 Hz. 08/28/1995National
Interpretations 1926.552 - Permanent Variance to the tie-in requirements for personnel/material hoists. 02/13/1992National
Interpretations 1926.556 - Comments concerning tying off on aerial lifts. 09/19/1995National
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