# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.133 - Employer liability and payment requirements for prescription protective eyewear.
2 - 1910.133 - Assessing hazards to select eye and respiratory protection.
3 - 1910.133 - Lack of public awareness of the limitations of eyewashes; review of new product, The Eye Irrigator(TM).
4 - 1910.133 - OSHA standard for rung spacing on fixed industrial ladders and PPE in powered industrial vehicle battery changing.
5 - 1910.133 - Issuance of and paying for Personal Protective Equipment.
6 - 1910.133 - Interpretation of the Personal Protective Equipment standard.
7 - 1910.133 - Subpart I, and Subpart S requirements as they apply to electrical workers who wear glasses.
8 - 1910.133 - Requirements for emergency eyewash stations in retail autoparts stores.
9 - 1910.133 - Standard requirements for eyewash and shower equipment, personnel and other protective equipment and air circulation fans, used in an automotive battery charging area.
10 - 1910.133 - Emergency eye and face wash products.
11 - 1910.133 - The OSHA standard covering personnel protective equipment, as it pertains to who should pay for an employee's prescription lens safety glasses.
12 - 1910.133 - Encon Tuff-Spec safety spectacle meets the intent of 1910.133.
13 - 1910.133 - Standards applicable to Bell Industries "Carb-Cutter" powered tool.
14 - 1910.133 - The wearing of photo-grey safety lenses.
15 - 1910.133 - The use of photochromatic lenses in industry.
16 - 1910.133 - Photochromatic/Phototropic (Variable Tint) Lenses in Safety Eye Wear.
17 - 1910.133 - Photo grey lens in relation to eye protection standards.
18 - 1910.133 - Phototropic lenses in safety eye wear.
19 - 1910.133 - The use of photo-sensitive (variable tint) lenses in eye protection.
20 - 1910.133 - The use of photochromic lenses in industrial safety eye-wear.