# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.132 - OSHA requirements for smoke plume generated from laser and electrosurgical instruments in dental offices and hospital operating rooms
2 - 1910.132 - Inspection Guidance for Poultry Slaughtering and Poultry Processing Establishments
3 - 1910.132 - Inspection Guidance for Inpatient Healthcare Settings
4 - 1910.132 - Employer payment for personal protective equipment
5 - 1910.132 - Guidance Regarding Body Armor
6 - 1910.132 - Guidance on Handling Cases Developed Pursuant to the FRC Enforcement Policy Memorandum.
7 - 1910.132 - Steel-toed Safety Shoes for Diabetics
8 - 1910.132 - Clarification of OSHA's position on FR Clothing for welders.
9 - 1910.132 - Dental office employers with one or more employees must comply with the OSH Act.
10 - 1910.132 - Certified flame-resistant clothing (FRC) used by industrial personnel.
11 - 1910.132 - Payment for ski helmets when used as PPE.
12 - 1910.132 - Flame-resistant and flame-retardant treated clothing for oil and gas well drilling, servicing, and production-related operations.
13 - 1910.132 - Supply shortages of flame resistant clothing (FRC) for oil and gas well drilling
14 - 1910.132 - Safety hazards associated with wearing skirts in a restaurant setting.
15 - 1910.132 - Clarification of term "Active Hydrocarbon Zone" as it relates to the oil and gas well drilling operations; and the need to use FRC when performing drilling operations.
16 - 1910.132 - Whether use of personal protective equipment is mandatory when working under heat stress conditions.
17 - 1910.132 - Enforcement Policy for Flame-Resistant Clothing in Oil and Gas Drilling, Well Servicing, and Production-Related Operations
18 - 1910.132 - Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, OSHA's Personal Protective Equipment Standard
19 - 1910.132 - Painting or placement of adhesive stickers on protective helmet shell.
20 - 1910.132 - Clarification of specialty footwear and employer requirements to provide at no cost to its employees.
21 - 1910.132 - Payment for static dissipative safety-toe footwear for working with flammable liquids and products.
22 - 1910.132 - Employer payment for lineman belts and hooks when the equipment is used to comply with an OSHA standard.
23 - 1910.132 - Determining the presence of blood in mixture that comprises raw sewage.
24 - 1910.132 - Requirement for employer to assess potential hazards of handling trailer debris to provide necessary PPE and hazard communication information to affected employees.
25 - 1910.132 - Employer liability and payment requirements for prescription protective eyewear.
26 - 1910.132 - Assessing hazardous skin or eye exposure to hexavalent chromium for providing appropriate personal protective equipment.
27 - 1910.132 - Wearing short-sleeved shirts while performing a thermal spray operation with exposure to hexavalent chromium fumes.
28 - 1910.132 - OSHA requirements for warning signs and protection from electric-arc-flash hazards and compliance with NFPA 70E-2004.
29 - 1910.132 - Wearing "Crocs" brand shoes with a partially open heel and a covered toe in a pharmacy setting.
30 - 1910.132 - Requirement for flame-resistant clothing in petrochemical plant covered by PSM.
31 - 1910.132 - Acceptability of a fixed ramp with a one-in-four slope on an industrial conveyor.
32 - 1910.132 - Payment for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that is required to be provided by 1910.132.
33 - 1910.132 - Concern of potential adverse affects from latex by consumers and health care patients with Hevea Natural Rubber Latex Allergy.
34 - 1910.132 - Wearing of open-toed shoes in an office environment.
35 - 1910.132 - Relevance of NFPA 70E industry consensus standard to OSHA requirements; whether OSHA requirements apply to owners.
36 - 1910.132 - Training and PPE requirements for hospital staff that decontaminate victims/patients.
37 - 1910.132 - Respiratory protection requirements for hospital staff decontaminating chemically contaminated patients.
38 - 1910.132 - Hearing protection and the responsibility for paying for the hearing protectors including replacement devices/parts.
39 - 1910.132 - Trainee signatures are not required to verify training; U.S. Postal Service is covered by the OSHAct.
40 - 1910.132 - Leather gloves are considered personal protective equipment.
41 - 1910.132 - OSHA policies concerning employees working at home.
42 - 1910.132 - OSHA policies concerning employees working at home.
43 - 1910.132 - Fall protection and foot protection for power line workers.
44 - 1910.132 - Using sunscreen to shield worker exposure to sun's radiation.
45 - 1910.132 - Fire retardant PPE requirements and PPE hazard assessment.
46 - 1910.132 - A hazardous chemical is any chemical which is a physical hazard or a health standard.
47 - 1910.132 - Fall protection for the entertainment industry under the OSH Act of 1970.
48 - 1910.132 - Issuance of and paying for Personal Protective Equipment.
49 - 1910.132 - Voluntary safety and health audits under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
50 - 1910.132 - Scope of logging standard -- 1910.266.
51 - 1910.132 - Interpretation of the electric power generation, transmission, and distribution standard.
52 - 1910.132 - Interpretation of OSHA requirements for personal protective equipment to be used during marine oil spill emergency response operations.
53 - 1910.132 - OSHA PPE standard requirements for hazard assessment and employee training and the OSHA HAZWOPER standard requirements.
54 - 1910.132 - Interpretation of the Personal Protective Equipment standard.
55 - 1910.132 - Employers' obligation to pay for personal protective equipment.
56 - 1910.132 - Transmittal of Settlement Agreement.
57 - 1910.132 - The application of the Personal Protective Equipment standard to PPE hazard assessment and training for laboratory and clinical health care workers.
58 - 1910.132 - An interpretation of the Telecommunications Standard regarding Personal Protective Equipment.
59 - 1910.132 - Employer Obligation to Pay for Personal Protective Equipment.
60 - 1910.132 - Requirements for emergency eyewash stations in retail autoparts stores.
61 - 1910.132 - Standard requirements for eyewash and shower equipment, personnel and other protective equipment and air circulation fans, used in an automotive battery charging area.
62 - 1910.132 - Exemption from wearing hard hats.
63 - 1910.132 - The use of a crane near overhead power lines.
64 - 1910.132 - Personal protective equipment, general requirements and employer responsibility.
65 - 1910.132 - Evaluation and use of radiofrequency protective clothing.
66 - 1910.132 - Use of personal protective equipment by electric utility linesmen.
67 - 1910.132 - The use of Billy Pugh baskets in the fishing and fish processing industry.
68 - 1910.132 - Landscaping employees working in extreme temperatures.
69 - 1910.132 - OSHA rules pertaining to the wearing of hard hats by employees who are members of certain religious groups.
70 - 1910.132 - Hazards to and personal protective equipment for hands and torsos of retail meat cutters.
71 - 1910.132 - Sharp knives and utensils in the workplace.
72 - 1910.132 - Hazwoper training in hospitals.
73 - 1910.132 - The wearing of leather shoes rather than leather sneakers or deck shoes while operating vehicles.
74 - 1910.132 - Occupational protective footwear for molten metal workers in the foundry industry.
75 - 1910.132 - The OSHA standard covering personnel protective equipment, as it pertains to who should pay for an employee's prescription lens safety glasses.
76 - 1910.132 - Interim enforcement procedures for AIDS, Hepatitis B, and other blood-borne infectious diseases.
77 - 1910.132 - Gloves are required for employees handling chloropicrin; Arsenic containing pesticides and wood preservatives are not within the scope of the inorganic arsenic standard.
78 - 1910.132 - Standards applicable to Bell Industries "Carb-Cutter" powered tool.
79 - 1910.132 - Clarification on standards for head protection.
80 - 1910.132 - The correct testing procedure for tree-trimming saddle belts.
81 - 1910.132 - The employer shall make the appropriate safety footwear available.
82 - 1910.132 - Applicability of Abrasive Wheel Machinery Guarding Requirements to Scotch-Brite Brand Wheels and Brushes Manufactured by the 3-M Company.
83 - 1910.132 - Employers not requiring employees pouring iron to wear protective clothing may be cited for a serious violation.
84 - 1910.132 - The approval and use of "PRO-TEK-TO" safety toe caps.
85 - 1910.132 - The use of steel mesh gloves by meat cutters at both packing plant and retail levels.
86 - 1910.132 - The wearing of hard hats.
87 - 1910.132 - The wearing of personal protective equipment.
88 - 1910.132 - Information about outdoor wearing apparel to be provided by the employer.
89 - 1910.132 - The use of protective footwear.
90 - 1910.132 - An employer is responsible for providing personal protective equipment.
91 - 1910.132 - The OSH Act of 1970 assigns the responsibility for compliance with safety and health standards to the employer.
92 - 1910.132 - The use of hard hats in a warehouse operation.
93 - 1910.132 - Wire mesh gloves are not warranted in some poultry processing operations.
94 - 1910.132 - Requesting a more specific response to the meat cutters.