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Ladders (Construction) Reference Materials
Interpretations Maintenance vs. construction; working from fixed ladders.[1910.12; 1926.1053(a)(18); 1926.1053(a)(19); 1926.1053(b)(4)] 05/11/1999National
Directives 07/15/1992 - CPL 2.34 CH-6 - Changes to the Construction Standard Alleged Violation Elements (SAVES) Manual 07/22/2003National
Interpretations Access steps or ladders for getting on and off a flatbed trailer. 08/12/1997National
Interpretations Applicability of OSHA's ladder standard, 29 CFR Part 1926 Subpart X to a particular situation.[1926.1050; 1926.1053(a)(1); 1926.1053(a)(1)(ii)] 07/18/2002National
Interpretations Applicability of Subpart L and Subpart X to stair towers used for access to multistory buildings.[1926 Subpart L; 1926 Subpart X] 02/23/2000National
Interpretations Applicable regulations to a metal cable ladder that is similar to a Jacob's Ladder.[1926.1050(a); 1926.1050(b); 1926.1053; 1910.1053(a); 1926.1053(b)(5)(iii); 1926.951(c)(1); 1926.1053(b)(12)] 11/03/2003National
Interpretations Are podium ladders covered under 29 CFR 1926 Subpart X or Subpart L? 12/10/2007National
Interpretations Clarification of personal ladder boom system requirements [1926.1053; 1926.500(b)] 04/27/2015National
Interpretations Clarification on fixed ladders built to certain specifications for roof access [1926.1053(a)(17); 1910.27(c)(2)] 06/15/2015National
Interpretations Compliance of automatically retractable rest platforms used with self-retracting lifelines for meeting requirements for fixed ladder safety equipment.[1926.1053(a)(19); 1926.1053(a)(19)(i); 1926.1053(a)(19)(ii); 1926.1053(a)(19)(iii); 192 12/06/2004National
Interpretations Construction standards for equipment such as Shuttle Buggy.[1926.600; 1926.601; 1926.555; 1926.1050; 1926.1053; 1926.800; 1926.407] 05/23/2001National
Interpretations Fall protection requirements for fixed and portable ladders in construction.[1926.1053(a)(19); 1926.1053(a)(18); 1926.502(d)(16)(iii); 1926.1050(b)] 01/13/2000National
Interpretations Keller ladder proper set up.[1926.32] 12/01/1993National
Interpretations Letter of compliance for a ladder stand-off with handrails device. 10/05/1995National
Interpretations Loads carried by persons climbing or descending a ladder.[1926.1053(b)(22)] 04/02/1992National
Interpretations Metal ladder rungs are required to be skid-resistant.[1926.1053(a)(6)(i)] 10/09/1992National
Interpretations Minimum toe clearance for workers using manhole rungs during construction work.[1926.27(c)(4); 1926.1053(a)(13)] 02/13/2004National
Interpretations OSHA compliance of Terra Flex stair system (models L-400 and A-500).[1926.1052; 1926.1053; 1926.1050; 1926.502(h); 1926.502(j); 1926.1051(a)] 05/23/2001National
Interpretations OSHA Guidance concerning use of clip on products for ladders to facilitate transport of the ladder or other objects.[1926.1053(b)(4); 1926.1053(b)(3); 1910.25; 1910.26] 04/26/2002National
Interpretations OSHA policy regarding the use of rebar assemblies as ladders.[1926.501] 08/11/1995National
Interpretations OSHA's fixed ladder requirements do not apply to vehicle-mounted fixed ladders. 02/05/2001National
Interpretations OSHA's requirements for enclosed hardware used in 'third rail' ladder safety devices for towers. 08/07/1997National
Interpretations Portable ladders not extending 3 feet above upper landing must be secured.[1926.1053; 1926.1053(b)(1)] 02/26/2004National
Interpretations Rear fly extension ladders manufactured by Keller Industries.[1926.1060] 04/16/1992National
Guidance Documents Reducing falls in construction: Safe use of extension ladders [OSHA Fact Sheet]  National
Guidance Documents Reducing falls in construction: Safe use of job-made wooden ladders [OSHA Fact Sheet]  National
Guidance Documents Reducing falls in construction: Safe use of stepladders [OSHA Fact Sheet]  National
Interpretations Requirements for attachable scaffold ladders used in construction; toe-hold minimum distance requirement.[1926.451(e); 1926.451(e)(2); 1926.451(e)(2)(i); 1926.451(e)(2)(ii); 1926.451(e)(2)(iii); 1926.451(e)(2)(iv); 1926.451(e)(2)(v); 192 11/17/2003National
Interpretations The upper rails and end caps of self-supporting ladders are not required to be slip-resistant.[1926.1053; 1926.1053(b)(7)] 05/03/2004National
Interpretations The use of ladders and fall protection by steel erectors.[1926.1051(a)] 07/20/1992National
Interpretations Use of fixed ladders constructed prior to the effective date of 29 CFR 1926 -- Subpart X. [1926.1053; 1926.1053(a)(4)(i); 1926.1053(a)(6)(i); 1926.1053(a)(18); 1926.1053(a)(19); 1926.1060] 09/05/2006National
Interpretations Using a stepladder as a non-self-supporting ladder.[1926.1053; 1926.1053(a)(2); 1926.1053(b)(4)] 01/21/2010National
Interpretations Whether a concrete form panel with horizontal ribs meets the requirements in Part 1926 Subpart X for fixed ladders. [1926.1050; 1926.1050(b); 1926.1053; 1926.1053(a)(13)] 06/12/2006National
Interpretations Whether OSHA requirements prohibit working from a portable stepladder and, if not, whether fall protection is required. 29 CFR 1926.1053(b). 11/28/2007National
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