# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1904.5 - Determining if Injuries and Illnesses are work-related when employees commute from home to work and from a hotel to a worksite.
2 - 1904.5 - Determining the recordability of an illness when an employee uses a rescue inhaler following an exposure in the work place.
3 - 1904.5 - Determining whether to record an employee’s injury that involved both work-related and non-work-related incidents.
4 - 1904.5 - Determining if injuries and illnesses are work-related when employees participate in off-site voluntary charitable activity.
5 - 1904.5 - Revised Enforcement Guidance for Recording Cases of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
6 - 1904.5 - Determining if the work-related injury or illness would apply to the work-related exception 1904.5(b)(2)(ii)
7 - 1904.5 - Determining work-related injuries for accidents that occur on a public road or highway
8 - 1904.5 - Clarification on the work-related exemption involving personal tasks outside the assigned working hours
9 - 1904.5 - Determining work-relatedness for injuries while on travel status
10 - 1904.5 - Determining work-relatedness for pre-existing condition.
11 - 1904.5 - Clarification of a pre-existing injury or illness and recordable events
12 - 1904.5 - Clarification of the terms most authoritative and pre-existing conditions as used for recordkeeping purposes.
13 - 1904.5 - Clarification on recordkeeping exemption for illness resulting from consuming food in the workplace.
14 - 1904.5 - Clarification of assigned working hours when recording work-related injuires/illnesses.
15 - 1904.5 - Determining whether injuries in the company parking lot during paid company break are work-related.
16 - 1904.5 - Clarification of 1910.95 and 1904 regarding physicians and audiologists roles in determining work-relatedness of worker hearing loss.
17 - 1904.5 - Recording an injury when employer is provided with different medical opinions.
18 - 1904.5 - Determination of work-relatedness on a construction site.
19 - 1904.5 - 29 CFR Part 1904 OSHA Recordkeeping Regulation applies only within the jurisdictional boundaries of the United States and certain locations listed in OSHAct Sec. 4(a).
20 - 1904.5 - Evaluation of seven scenarios for work-relatedness and recordkeeping requirements.
21 - 1904.5 - Federal posting requirements applicable to an employer with no more than 10 employees.
22 - 1904.5 - Federal posting requirements.