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Variances in Effect & Interim Orders - General Industry


Number Grantee Effective Date Standard(s) Variance Type Federal Register Reference Effective Locations (States) Brief Description
1
  • AmerenUE (formerly Union Electric Company)
  • 10 Labadie Power Plant Road
  • Labadie, MO 63055
18-Oct-1974 1910.28(g)(1) Permanent 39:37278, 10/18/74 OH Allows employer to use two-point suspension scaffolds that are 17 1/2' in width while performing maintenance and inspection operations in the close-clearance areas of steam generators and other equipment, provided this special scaffold is used only in areas where the clearance does not permit the use of 20'-wide two-point suspension scaffolds required by OSHA Standards. 
2
  • CBS Outdoor Systems, Inc. (formerly Gannett Outdoor Companies, then Outdoor Systems, Inc.)
  • 2502 N. Black Canyon Highway
  • Phoenix, AZ 89009
1-Mar-1991 1910.27(d)(l)(ii), (d)(2), and (d)(5) Permanent 56:8801-04, 3/1/91 NJ, CO, TX, MO, CT, IL, AZ Allows employer to use ladder-safety devices in lieu of safety cages to assure the safety of employees climbing fixed ladders at heights over 65 feet from grade, or when the length of a fixed ladder climb is over 50 feet, whichever is less.
3
  • Clark Grave Vault Company 375 East Fifth Avenue
  • Columbus, OH 43201
4-Oct-1977 1910.22(c); 1910.23(c)(3) Permanent 42:54028, 10/4/77 OH Allows employer to continue its operation using galvanizing tank having ledges 31½' wide and sides 30' high in lieu of guardrail and toeboard required by standards, provided special conditions specified are followed. 
4
  • Frontier Hot-Dip Galvanizing, Inc.
  • 1740 Elmwood Avenue
  • Buffalo, NY 14207
14-Oct-1977 1910.22(c); 1910.23(c)(3) Permanent 42:55291, 10/14/77 NY Allows employer to continue its operation using galvanizing tank having ledges (including the protective angle) 24' wide and sides 30' high in lieu of guardrail and toeboard required by standards, provided special conditions specified are followed.
5
  • International Association of Drilling Contractors & Others
  • 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite 760
  • Houston, TX 77042 USA
17-Oct-1973 1910.27(b)(1)(i), (ii), (iii), and (c)(4) Interim Order 38: 28984-93, 10/18/73 All States Allows specified employers to use ladder safety devices similar to those mentioned in 1910.27(d)(5) in lieu of the required dimensions of rungs, cleats, and clearances of fixed ladders during the operating or maneuvering of specific derricks.
6
  • Keystone Steel and Wire (KSW) Company
  • 7000 S. W. Adams Street
  • Peoria, IL 61641
13-Oct-2010
  • 1910.1025(h)(2)(i); 1910.1018(k)(2)
Grant of Permanent Variance 75: 62874-62879, 10/13/10 IL Allows employer to use compressed air to clean floors and other surfaces where lead and arsenic particulates accumulate.
7
  • Metalplate Galvanizing, Inc. (formerly Metalplate & Coatings, Inc.)
  • 500 Selit Drive, S. W.
  • Atlanta, GA 30336
28-Dec-1976 1910.22(c); 1910.23(c)(3) Permanent 41:56410-11, 12/28/76 Atlanta, GA Allows employer to continue operations while using its galvanizing tank having sides 30' high and ledges 32' wide in lieu of guardrail and toeboard required by standards, provided special conditions specified in the order are followed.
8
  • Rollins College
  • Address: N/A
  • Winter Park, FL 32789
28-Mar-1974 1910.37(i)
  • Permanent &
  • Technical Amendment
39:11481-82, 3/28/74* Winter Park, FL
  • Allows employer to install an acoustical ceiling at a height of 7'2' from the floor in the means of egress in lieu of the 7'6' ceiling required by standard, provided it maintains a 6'8' clearance for projections.
  • Technical correction to previously granted variance due to revision of the affected standard.
9
  • 3M Co. (formerly Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.) 3M Center
  • St. Paul, MN 55144
10-Mar-1978 1910.106(d)(5)(vi)(b) Permanent 43:9887-88, 3/10/78 SD, MO, TX Allows employer to store flammable and combustible liquids on racks to the heights and under conditions specified in the order.
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