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PPE (Construction) Reference Materials
Interpretations Citations for the wearing of short pants by employees engaged in hot tar and asphalt construction work. 04/17/1997National
Interpretations Determining the need for hard hat and eye protection on construction sites.[1926.100; 1926.100(a); 1926.102(a); 1926.95; 1926.95(a); 1926.28(a); 1926.102(a)(1)] 11/17/2004National
Interpretations Hard hats are not required where there is no exposure to head injuries.[1926.100; 1926.100(a)] 02/20/2004National
Interpretations Laundering responsibilities for fire retarding (FR) clothing provided to employees [1926.95(a)] 06/01/2015National
Interpretations Life jacket/buoyant work vest requirements for employees working over water <2 feet deep; requirements for lifesaving skiffs.[1926.106(a); 1926.106(d)] 08/23/2004National
Interpretations Mushroom Style Plastic Rebar Covers Used For Impalement Protection. 05/29/1997National
Interpretations Requirement to use seat belts during the operation of earthmoving equipment.[1926; 1926.602; 1926.602(a); 1926.602(a)(1); 1926.602(a)(2); 1926.602(a)(2)(i); 1926.602(a)(2)(ii); 1926.28(a)] 12/15/2003National
Interpretations Requirement to use U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jackets for workers performing construction work over or near water does not specify type or classification.[1926.106; 1926.106(a)] 04/02/2004National
Interpretations ROPs/seatbelts for roller compactors; lockout/tagout in construction. 03/16/1998National
Interpretations The use of head protection at construction sites.(1926.100) 07/22/1992National
Interpretations Use of gloves by masons.[1926.95; 1926.95(a)] 02/02/2010National
Interpretations Whether construction workers while inside crane cabs or enclosed break areas on barges are required to wear life jackets. [1926.0106 ; 1926.106(a)] 06/19/2006National
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