# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1904.7(b)(5) - Heat Initiative: Inspection Guidance
2 - 1904.7(b)(5) - Clarification on the use of a cold compression device is considered medical treatment.
3 - 1904.7(b)(5) - Clarification on the use of preventative exercise as an intervention strategy
4 - 1904.7(b)(5) - Whether manual joint manipulation is considered first aid or medical treatment for recordkeeping purposes
5 - 1904.7(b)(5) - Clarification of the term self-inflicted as used in the Recordkeeping standard
6 - 1904.7(b)(5) - Clarification of several recordkeeping scenarios regarding days away from work, restricted work activity, and work-relatedness.
7 - 1904.7(b)(5) - Whether damage to employee dentures is a recordable injury.
8 - 1904.7(b)(5) - All prescription medications, including preventive antibiotics, should be considered medical treatment and are recordable.
9 - 1904.7(b)(5)(i) - Whether damage to employee dentures is a recordable injury.
10 - 1904.7(b)(5)(i) - Clarification on recordability when trigger point injections are used for medical treatment and for diagnostic procedures
11 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(A) - Clarification on recordability when trigger point injections are used for medical treatment and for diagnostic procedures
12 - 1904.7(b)(5)(i) - Determining whether an injury or illness is work-related and recordable
13 - 1904.7(b)(5)(i) - Determining whether daily stretches are considered medical treatment or fist-aid.
14 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Determining whether daily stretches are considered medical treatment or fist-aid.
15 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(M) - Determining whether daily stretches are considered medical treatment or fist-aid.
16 - 1904.7(b)(5)(iii) - Determining whether daily stretches are considered medical treatment or fist-aid.
17 - 1904.7(b)(5)(iv) - Determining whether daily stretches are considered medical treatment or fist-aid.
18 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Use of glue to close a wound is medical treatment; prescription antibiotics/antiseptics for preventive treatment of a wound is medical treatment.
19 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Recordkeeping requirements when an employer receives two or more differing medical recommendations for an injury/illness.
20 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Clarification of several recordkeeping scenarios regarding the use of prescription medication in treating a work-related case.
21 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Clarification on whether an exercise regime is first aid or medical treatment
22 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(M) - Clarification on whether an exercise regime is first aid or medical treatment
23 - 1904.7(b)(5)(iii) - Clarification on whether an exercise regime is first aid or medical treatment
24 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Clarification on hot therapy as first aid.
25 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Clarification on the use of a cold therapy only setting on a therapeutic device is first-aid
26 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Determining whether Active Release Techniques (ART) constitutes first-aid or medical treatment.
27 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Clarification on the use of cold therapy.
28 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Clarification of soft tissue massage
29 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) - Use of Zipstitich and Clozex to close a wound is medical treatment beyond first-aid.
30 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(A) - Recording of cases in which a health care professional issues a prescription, whether that prescription is filled or not.
31 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(A) - Clarification on prescription medications and recordkeeping requirements
32 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(B) - Immunizations or inoculations (except tetanus) are recordable when given in response to a workplace injury or illness.
33 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(D) - Use of liquid bandages on wounds is considered first aid.
34 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(F) - Recordkeeping Regulation contained in 29 CFR Part 1904
35 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(F) - The use of braces with rigid stays.
36 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(M) - Use of Kinesiology tape is considered medical treatment beyond first-aid.
37 - 1904.7(b)(5)(ii)(M) - Therapeutic exercise is considered medical treatment for recordkeeping purposes.