# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1904.7 - Prescription medications, such as an Epi-Pen considered medical treatment beyond first-aid.
2 - 1904.7 - Clarification on the recording of injuries involving broken or chipped teeth
3 - 1904.7 - Use of kinesiology tape is not considered medical treatment beyond first aid.
4 - 1904.7 - Clarification regarding the applicability of the recording criteria involving restricted work.
5 - 1904.7 - Prescription medications, including preventive antibiotics, are considered medical treatment and are recordable.
6 - 1904.7 - Clarification of a pre-existing injury or illness and recordable events
7 - 1904.7 - Clarification on recordability when trigger point injections are used for medical treatment and for diagnostic procedures
8 - 1904.7 - Recording an absence as days away when PLHCP recommends the employee return to work.
9 - 1904.7 - Clarification on hot therapy as first aid.
10 - 1904.7 - Recording days away and/or restricted work activity when employee is able to work part of a shift.
11 - 1904.7 - Therapeutic exercise is considered medical treatment for recordkeeping purposes.
12 - 1904.7 - Clarification on pre-existing conditions and recordable incidents
13 - 1904.7 - Health impacts from shared office equipment.
14 - 1904.7 - Whether damage to employee dentures is a recordable injury.
15 - 1904.7 - Clarification of several recordkeeping scenarios regarding the use of prescription medication in treating a work-related case.
16 - 1904.7 - Recording an injury when physician recommends restriction but no restricted work is available.
17 - 1904.7 - No Restricted Work Available
18 - 1904.7 - Recordkeeping requirements when an employer receives two or more differing medical recommendations for an injury/illness.
19 - 1904.7 - Restrictions from restricted work activities.
20 - 1904.7 - Determination of a case as days away or restricted work; case must be recorded in manner reflecting what actually occurs.
21 - 1904.7 - All prescription medications, including preventive antibiotics, should be considered medical treatment and are recordable.
22 - 1904.7 - Evaluation of seven scenarios for work-relatedness and recordkeeping requirements.
23 - 1904.7 - Disclosure of OSHA 200 log; SIC 87 exempt from 200 log maintenance.
24 - 1904.7 - Employee access rights to the OSHA Log 200.
25 - 1904.7 - United Parcel Service's understanding of the requirements of Access to the OSHA Form 200.
26 - 1904.7 - A clarification of the rights of a designated employee representative to access an employer's OSHA 200 Log and Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses under 1904.7(b)(1) Access to Records.
27 - 1904.7 - Clarification of the access provisions to the OSHA No. 200.