# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.120 - Training requirements for emergency response medical service
2 - 1910.120 - OSHA jurisdiction over railroad employers with regards to the Hazard Communication standard (HCS)
3 - 1910.120 - HAZWOPER standard's requirements for medical surveillance and training
4 - 1910.120 - Mandatory elements of a HAZWOPER baseline physical examination.
5 - 1910.120 - Applicability of HAZWOPER to the clearing and rerailing of train cars after derailment situations.
6 - 1910.120 - Whether an employer's medical monitoring form meets the requirements under HAZWOPER.
7 - 1910.120 - Clarification of mobile workers and sanitation facility requirements under HAZWOPER.
8 - 1910.120 - Training requirements under the HAZWOPER standard.
9 - 1910.120 - Clarification on whether the HAZWOPER standard applies to Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams responding to a terrorist incident.
10 - 1910.120 - Trainer qualifications under the HAZWOPER standard.
11 - 1910.120 - OSHA requirements for mercury response and clean-up personnel in a number of different site-specific scenarios.
12 - 1910.120 - Clarification on acceptability of National Environmental Trainers, Inc. (NET) interactive 40-hour training program.
13 - 1910.120 - Training requirements for fire investigators.
14 - 1910.120 - Whether a combination course can meet refresher training requirements in 1910.120(e)(8) and the OSHA 10-hour construction industry outreach program.
15 - 1910.120 - Use of a "hybrid" course to meet training requirements for both a general site worker and a hazardous materials technician under HAZWOPER.
16 - 1910.120 - Clarification of whether an employee can opt out of medical surveillance examinations under the HAZWOPER standard, 29 CFR 1910.120.
17 - 1910.120 - Clarification of HAZWOPER training requirements as they apply to an employee of the town of Windsor, VT.
18 - 1910.120 - Clarification of OSHA requirements for trainer qualifications under the HAZWOPER standard.
19 - 1910.120 - Whether firefighters trained to the HAZWOPER awareness level can respond to emergency releases of hazardous substances.
20 - 1910.120 - PSM compliance for ammonia refrigeration systems.
21 - 1910.120 - Applicability of HAZWOPER standard to hazardous waste generators that are not conditionally exempt as small quantity generators.
22 - 1910.120 - Applicable regulations when handling waste material classified as "sludge exempt" in regards to the Hazard Communication and HAZWOPER standards.
23 - 1910.120 - Acceptability of using computer-based (on-line) training for the HAZWOPER 40-hour classroom training.
24 - 1910.120 - Process operators' training requirements to take limited action in stopping an emergency release; role in an incident command system.
25 - 1910.120 - Application of HAZWOPER (1910.120) to terrorist and weapons of mass destruction incident responses.
26 - 1910.120 - Firefighter training requirements to respond to emergency releases, or potential emergency releases, of hazardous substance.
27 - 1910.120 - HAZWOPER training requirements for hospital staff who decontaminate chemically contaminated patients.
28 - 1910.120 - Application of absorbent pads for spill control;hazardous waste site cleanup training does not qualify worker as hazardous materials technician.
29 - 1910.120 - Respiratory protection and emergency escape requirements for IDLH atmospheres.
30 - 1910.120 - Training and PPE requirements for hospital staff that decontaminate victims/patients.
31 - 1910.120 - HAZWOPER safety and health plan requirements for Phase I and Phase II environmental assessments.
32 - 1910.120 - HAZWOPER medical examinations must be offered at a reasonable time and without cost to the employee.
33 - 1910.120 - Respiratory protection, medical surveillance, and training requirements under HAZWOPER.
34 - 1910.120 - Respiratory protection requirements for hospital staff decontaminating chemically contaminated patients.
35 - 1910.120 - Application of HAZWOPER.
36 - 1910.120 - Clarification of the requirements of the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard.
37 - 1910.120 - Access to employee exposure and medical records.
38 - 1910.120 - The requirements of paragraph (m) in the OSHA HAZWOPER Standard.
39 - 1910.120 - Fire fighter personal protective clothing issues.
40 - 1910.120 - Proper PPE for firefighters.
41 - 1910.120 - OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard.
42 - 1910.120 - Emergency response training requirements for hospital staff.
43 - 1910.120 - Appropriate protective clothing for aircraft firefighting.
44 - 1910.120 - Training certification requirements under the OSHA HAZWOPER.
45 - 1910.120 - Training provisions of OSHA's HAZWOPER standard.
46 - 1910.120 - Interpretation on medical surveillance requirements under OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response.
47 - 1910.120 - Definition of a Hazardous Substance.
48 - 1910.120 - Voluntary safety and health audits under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
49 - 1910.120 - The number of workers necessary to be present when there is a need for an operator to respond to a potential emergency that falls under the scope of the HAZWOPER standard.
50 - 1910.120 - Worker protection for employees incinerating hazardous waste on cement plant property.
51 - 1910.120 - IDLH values.
52 - 1910.120 - Training requirements under the HAZWOPER standard.
53 - 1910.120 - Whether the OSHA HAZWOPER standard applies to the remediation of unexploded conventional ordnance at military sites.
54 - 1910.120 - The requirement for change rooms whenever employees are required to wear personal protective clothing.
55 - 1910.120 - OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard.
56 - 1910.120 - Interpretation of OSHA requirements for personal protective equipment to be used during marine oil spill emergency response operations.
57 - 1910.120 - Clarification on who must receive first responder awareness level training.
58 - 1910.120 - The OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) regulation.
59 - 1910.120 - OSHA PPE standard requirements for hazard assessment and employee training and the OSHA HAZWOPER standard requirements.
60 - 1910.120 - The application of the OSHA HAZWOPER standard to employers of transfer facilities.
61 - 1910.120 - Relationship between training requirements for those who will perform permit space rescue services in accordance with PRCS and the Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response standard.
62 - 1910.120 - Requirements for spill containment mats under retail displays of lawn and garden chemicals within stores.
63 - 1910.120 - Response to IDLH or Potential IDLH atmospheres.
64 - 1910.120 - OSHA guidance on Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) training.
65 - 1910.120 - Clarification of the application of the Vinyl Chloride Standard and the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard.
66 - 1910.120 - Community response personnel with regards to HAZWOPER.
67 - 1910.120 - Review of Manual for training personnel engaged in oil spill emergency response.
68 - 1910.120 - Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response.
69 - 1910.120 - The use of computer-based training to satisfy OSHA training requirements.
70 - 1910.120 - OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard.
71 - 1910.120 - Medical clearance for respirator wearers in emergency response situations.
72 - 1910.120 - Clarification on HAZWOPER emergency response training requirements.
73 - 1910.120 - The acceptability of a computer based, self-paced training program for use in meeting the refresher training requirements of the standard.
74 - 1910.120 - The applicability of HAZWOPER emergency response training requirements to workers who change leaking chlorine cylinders in a water treatment facility.
75 - 1910.120 - Application of OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) standard to employers of news media personnel who are covering emergency response incidents.
76 - 1910.120 - HAZWOPER refresher training requirements.
77 - 1910.120 - Management and supervisors' training required in paragraph (e)(4) of the standard.
78 - 1910.120 - HAZWOPER and Asbestos standards apply to any emergency response to an uncontrolled hazardous substance release involving the presence of asbestos.
79 - 1910.120 - Members of a HAZMAT team.
80 - 1910.120 - Post-emergency response and medical surveillance requirements of HAZWOPER.
81 - 1910.120 - Minnesota administers its own occupational Safety & Health Program.
82 - 1910.120 - Response to emergency in "normal work area" definition.
83 - 1910.120 - Whether an off-site HAZMAT emergency response team may be permitted to all areas of a hazardous waste site in an emergency response action.
84 - 1910.120 - Emergency response directive 1910.120 review.
85 - 1910.120 - Clarification on first aid requirements for hazardous waste sites.
86 - 1910.120 - Health and safety plans for hazardous waste operations & emergency response.
87 - 1910.120 - Hazardous waste operations and emergency response lapsed refresher training requirements.
88 - 1910.120 - Clarification on training for firefighters and HAZWOPER.
89 - 1910.120 - Support zone personnel at a CERCLA thermal destruction site.
90 - 1910.120 - Training for plant maintenance personnel and HAZWOPER.
91 - 1910.120 - Transportation of hazardous waste.
92 - 1910.120 - Clarification of training certification.
93 - 1910.120 - The hazardous waste operations and emergency response regulation.
94 - 1910.120 - EPA CERCLA regulations and site monitoring requirements of 1910.120.
95 - 1910.120 - Alarm systems for employee evacuation and/or response.
96 - 1910.120 - Background of standards.
97 - 1910.120 - Employees who work at hazardous waste sites who are not involved in cleanup.
98 - 1910.120 - Training requirements for hospital personnel involved in an emergency response of a hazardous substance.
99 - 1910.120 - Various questions on Hazwoper.
100 - 1910.120 - Manufacturing facilities with potential for exposure to hazardous waste.
101 - 1910.120 - Level of personnel protective equipment (PPE) required for medical personnel treating victims.
102 - 1910.120 - Training issues and Hazwoper.
103 - 1910.120 - Employees at a hazardous waste site not necessarily related to clean-up.
104 - 1910.120 - Questions of Hazwoper in a state plan state.
105 - 1910.120 - Various questions on OSHA standards.
106 - 1910.120 - HAZWOPER training requirements.
107 - 1910.120 - Use of EPA's Health and Safety Plan (HASP) computer program.
108 - 1910.120 - Training and medical requirements for hazardous waste workers.
109 - 1910.120 - Hazardous waste clean-up operations.
110 - 1910.120 - Training requirements for maintenance of housekeeping personnel.
111 - 1910.120 - Supervisor/management 8-hour training and the 8-hour refresher training.
112 - 1910.120 - OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response final rule.
113 - 1910.120 - Refresher training and HAZWOPER.
114 - 1910.120 - Clarification of HAZWOPER to a cleanup operation at a solid waste management unit.
115 - 1910.120 - Definition of an emergency response.
116 - 1910.120 - Maintaining Medical Records for Employees Subject to Medical Surveillance
117 - 1910.120 - Applicability of compressed gas cylinder standard to workplaces subject to the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard.
118 - 1910.120 - Refresher training, supervisor training and the hazardous waste standard.
119 - 1910.120 - Post closure operations and maintenance activities; training requirements of HAZWOPER.
120 - 1910.120 - Interface of 1910.120 and other standards.
121 - 1910.120 - Vehicle operations on hazardous waste sites.
122 - 1910.120 - Medical personnel exposed to patients contaminated with hazardous waste.
123 - 1910.120 - Technical interpretation of Baird & McQuire superfund cleanup site.
124 - 1910.120 - Towing operators skilled in operating equipment for emergency responses.
125 - 1910.120 - Clarification of cleanup operation identified by a governmental body as an uncontrolled hazardous waste site.
126 - 1910.120 - Texaco emergency response assistance team.
127 - 1910.120 - HAZWOPER requirements in the "territorial seas".
128 - 1910.120 - Annual 8 hour refresher training for employees who work on hazardous waste sites.
129 - 1910.120 - Response to oil spills, training, and other issues of HAZWOPER.
130 - 1910.120 - Training requirements where "low magnitude of risk of exposure to hazardous substances" exists.
131 - 1910.120 - OSHA does not certify instructors in HAZWOPER.
132 - 1910.120 - OSHA does not cover volunteers, but EPA does in Hazardous Waste Operations.
133 - 1910.120 - Training for employees at CERCLA and RCRA sites.
134 - 1910.120 - OSHA does not certify individuals or approve training programs for HAZWOPER.
135 - 1910.120 - Medical surveillance of HAZWOPER and employer responsibility to employees.
136 - 1910.120 - OSHA's jurisdiction over volunteer fire fighters.
137 - 1910.120 - Training and HAZWOPER.
138 - 1910.120 - Hazwoper minimum training for an On Scene Incident Commander.
139 - 1910.120 - Hazwoper EPA and OSHA jurisdictional issues.
140 - 1910.120 - Washington's Response to Federal Program Change (CPL 2-2.51)
141 - 1910.120 - Underground storage tanks and 1910.120.
142 - 1910.120 - Geographic definitions, multi-functional setting; refresher training.
143 - 1910.120 - Training requirements of HAZWOPER.
144 - 1910.120 - Hazwoper training in hospitals.
145 - 1910.120 - Standards addressing excavations
146 - 1910.120 - HAZWOPER applications.
147 - 1910.120 - Emergency situations that fall under Hazwoper.
148 - 1910.120 - Definition of "actual field experience" in Hazwoper.
149 - 1910.120 - 8 hour refresher training requirements.
150 - 1910.120 - Application of 1910.120 to home heating oil.
151 - 1910.120 - Over-the-road vehicle operator required response to a large release.
152 - 1910.120 - Costs of complying with 1910.120.
153 - 1910.120 - Training requirements for firefighters.
154 - 1910.120 - Operations level personnel training.
155 - 1910.120 - OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response.
156 - 1910.120 - On scene incident commander for Hazwoper standard.
157 - 1910.120 - Training requirements of Hazwoper for various functions.
158 - 1910.120 - Academic training considered as equivalently trained for Hazwoper.
159 - 1910.120 - Equivalent training for Hazwoper.
160 - 1910.120 - Employees with previous experience and training in the removal of underground storage tanks.
161 - 1910.120 - Actively involved; generators; CERCLA 101(33) substances.
162 - 1910.120 - 1910.120 Application to Petroleum Product Spills or Releases Subject to State Codes
163 - 1910.120 - Protective Clothing for Firefighters
164 - 1910.120 - Pacific strike force 24 hour training requirement
165 - 1910.120 - Post Emergency Response Training Requirements
166 - 1910.120 - Employee evacuation in the event of imminent Natural Phenomenon.
167 - 1910.120 - Cost of training is the employer's responsibility.
168 - 1910.120 - Fires involving spills or releases of hazardous substances
169 - 1910.120 - Minimum number of hours required for awareness level for police officers
170 - 1910.120 - Boilermakers rebuilding an incinerator in a clean area at a Superfund site
171 - 1910.120 - Maintaining Medical Records for Employees Subject to Medical Surveillance.
172 - 1910.120 - Training requirements for emergency medical service personnel.
173 - 1910.120 - Emergency response procedures for radioactive materials
174 - 1910.120 - Training required for clean-up of hazardous waste and hazardous substances
175 - 1910.120 - Requirements for training in hazardous waste for DOE personnel
176 - 1910.120 - Responsibilities for hospitals to comply with HAZWOPER standard.
177 - 1910.120 - Training requirements for drivers hauling hazardous waste.
178 - 1910.120 - Error corrected in response of Sept. 4, 1990 concerning fire hazard associated with TCE
179 - 1910.120 - Training required for emergency response at industrial facilities
180 - 1910.120 - Emergency response by fire company and utility workers, and required training.
181 - 1910.120 - Eight hours refresher training per year required specific to job responsibilities at a TSDF.
182 - 1910.120 - Training and certification procedures of Hazwoper.
183 - 1910.120 - Training requirements for employees in food storage facility where ammonia is used solely as a refrigerant.
184 - 1910.120 - Emergency response in the trucking industry.
185 - 1910.120 - Employees who design and engineer hazardous waste facilities and their coverage under 1910.120.
186 - 1910.120 - Written hazard communication program required in any area where a possible hazard exists
187 - 1910.120 - Application of 1910.120 to emergency Responders at a nuclear power plants
188 - 1910.120 - Application of the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response to general industry.
189 - 1910.120 - Hazwoper's application to general industry.
190 - 1910.120 - Cleaning petroleum storage tanks located in tank terminals and refineries.
191 - 1910.120 - Training for 1910.120 to be specific to responder's needs.
192 - 1910.120 - Hazwoper does not require training for employees not involved or exposed to hazardous waste areas.
193 - 1910.120 - "Laboratory setting" and subsequent requirements for Hazwoper.
194 - 1910.120 - Definitions of Hazwoper terms including immediate, incidental & uncontrolled release.
195 - 1910.120 - First responders, training, hazardous materials technician, etc.
196 - 1910.120 - Nuisance spills are not considered emergencies.
197 - 1910.120 - Training not required if employees not likely to be exposed to or participate in emergency response activities.
198 - 1910.120 - Removal activities involving underground storage tanks.
199 - 1910.120 - Training requirements in 29 CFR 1910.120 concerning hazardous waste cleanup operations.
200 - 1910.120 - Answers to questions regarding the training requirements of 1910.120
201 - 1910.120 - Application of 1910.120 to cleanup of nuclear and hazardous waste
202 - 1910.120 - Underground Storage Tanks
203 - 1910.120 - Interpretations of the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard.
204 - 1910.120 - Application of certain provisions of 1910.120 in light of specific emergency response requirements under RCRA.
205 - 1910.120 - Application of 1910.120 to sewer overflow station construction site with contaminated soil.
206 - 1910.120 - Training requirements of 1910.120
207 - 1910.120 - Interpretation on the application of 1910.120 to clean-up of water-borne releases of hazardous substances.
208 - 1910.120 - 29 CFR 1910.120 Application to Underground Storage Tanks at Service Stations
209 - 1910.120 - Operations regulated by 40 CFR 264 and 265 must comply with 1910.120 training.
210 - 1910.120 - Application of 1910.120 to the construction of a building where the ground water would be classified as hazardous waste.
211 - 1910.120 - Application of OSHA's final standard for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response.
212 - 1910.120 - Training certification requirements for 1910.120, Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response.
213 - 1910.120 - Clarification concerning the relationship of several paragraphs within the 1910.120 Standard.
214 - 1910.120 - Definition of Hazardous Waste.
215 - 1910.120 - 1910.120 exemption for no exposure situations and tiered training requirments.
216 - 1910.120 - Interpretation concerning 1910.120 requirements for air monitoring, a site safety and health plan, training, and medical surveillance.
217 - 1910.120 - Qualifications for instructors under the training requirements of OSHA's Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response interim final rule.
218 - 1910.120 - Use of direct reading instruments to comply with the monitoring requirements in the Hazardous Waste Operation and Emergency Response interim final rule.
219 - 1910.120 - Information on Hydro Carbide Tungsten, otherwise known as cemented tungsten carbide with colbalt binder.
220 - 1910.120 - Information on Polychlorobiphenyls (PCB's) in Ceiling Tiles
221 - 1910.120 - Update to House Subcommittee on Manpower and Housing on implementing OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.37