# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.109 - Numerous questions related to OSHA's notice to terminate the rulemaking to amend the explosives standard.
2 - 1910.109 - Sodium Azide as Used in the Manufacturing Process of Automobile Air Bags.
3 - 1910.109 - Applicability of 29 CFR 1910.119 Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard to the Manufacture of Explosives Required Under 29 CFR 1910.109(k)(2)
4 - 1910.109 - Packing materials which were used for packaging explosives must be burned.
5 - 1910.109 - Process Safety Management Standard.
6 - 1910.109 - Explosives and Blasting Agents.
7 - 1910.109 - Explosives and Blasting Agents.
8 - 1910.109 - Clarifications of the OSHA standards, 29 CFR 1910.109 and 29 CFR 1910.119.
9 - 1910.109 - Clarifications of the OSHA standards 1910.109 and 1910.119.
10 - 1910.109 - Applicability of the Process Safety Management manufacturing processes involving workplace explosives.
11 - 1910.109 - Fireworks manufacturing and OSHA jurisdiction.
12 - 1910.109 - Use of NFPA 1124-1988 when inspecting Fireworks Manufacturing Facilities.
13 - 1910.109 - Apex 1000 emulsion is regulated as an ammonium nitrate mixture which is not a blasting agent.
14 - 1910.109 - Clarification of 29 CFR 1910.109 as it applies to two kinds of explosive devices used in steel mills.
15 - 1910.109 - OSHA's classification of assembled auto air bag inflation modules.
16 - 1910.109 - Use of silver chloride dry cells as a power source for testing electric blast caps.
17 - 1910.109 - Guidance in relation to rules and regulations governing warehousing and transportation of powder-actuated tool cartridges.