# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.141 - The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the retail industry
2 - 1910.141 - Heat Initiative: Inspection Guidance
3 - 1910.141 - Updated Interim Enforcement Response Plan for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
4 - 1910.141 - Inspection Guidance for Poultry Slaughtering and Poultry Processing Establishments
5 - 1910.141 - Clarification of the Chromium (VI) Standard - Change Rooms and Hygiene Practices.
6 - 1910.141 - Storing Lunches in a Refrigerator at an Auto Collision Shop
7 - 1910.141 - Consuming food and/or beverages in the same work area where known hazardous chemicals are used.
8 - 1910.141 - Use of paper towels instead of electric blow dryers in public restrooms.
9 - 1910.141 - Requirements for covered beverages at nurses' stations.
10 - 1910.141 - Requirements for "nature breaks" and weather-related "comfort breaks" for US Postal Service employee.
11 - 1910.141 - Access to toilet facilities in a call center.
12 - 1910.141 - OSHA's regulations regarding restrooms for general industry.
13 - 1910.141 - Reasonable access to toilet facilities; citation analysis for failure to allow access to toilet facilities.
14 - 1910.141 - OSHA regulation on "piped" potable water supply.
15 - 1910.141 - Telecommunication companies compliance with standard dealing with toilet facilities.
16 - 1910.141 - Use of potable water.
17 - 1910.141 - The requirement for change rooms whenever employees are required to wear personal protective clothing.
18 - 1910.141 - Landscaping employees working in extreme temperatures
19 - 1910.141 - Orthodontics wires considered as "sharps" under CPL 2-2.69
20 - 1910.141 - Asserting jurisdiction under State law over any occupational safety or health issue with respect to which no standard is in effect.
21 - 1910.141 - OSHA has no specific standards for security guards.
22 - 1910.141 - Clarification of OSHA standards for toilet facilities.
23 - 1910.141 - Showers and lunch areas.
24 - 1910.141(a) - Recordkeeping regulation contained in 29 CFR Part 1904 - Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
25 - 1910.141(a) - Recordkeeping regulation contained in 29 CFR Part 1904 - Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
26 - 1910.141(a)(1) - Substituting portable toilets for water closets may be a de minimis violation.
27 - 1910.141(c)(1)(i) - Substituting portable toilets for water closets may be a de minimis violation.
28 - 1910.141(d) - Substituting portable toilets for water closets may be a de minimis violation.
29 - 1910.141(a)(2) - Consuming food and/or beverages in the same work area where known hazardous chemicals are used.
30 - 1910.141(g)(2) - Consuming food and/or beverages in the same work area where known hazardous chemicals are used.
31 - 1910.141(a)(4)(ii) - Interim enforcement procedures for AIDS, Hepatitis B, and other blood-borne infectious diseases.
32 - 1910.141(a)(5) - OSHA regulates vermin control at permanent places of employment and at temporary labor camps.
33 - 1910.141(b)(2)(i) - Labeling Nonpotable Water
34 - 1910.141(c) - Reasonable judgment is needed in evaluating the proximity of required sanitary facilities.
35 - 1910.141(c) - OSHA's regulations regarding restrooms for general industry.
36 - 1910.141(c)(1)(i) - The location of adequate toilet facilities.
37 - 1910.141(c)(1)(i) - Interpretation of 29 CFR 1910.141(c)(1)(i): Toilet Facilities
38 - 1910.141(c)(1)(i) - Reasonable access to toilet facilities; citation analysis for failure to allow access to toilet facilities.
39 - 1910.141(c)(1)(i) - Access to toilet facilities in a call center.
40 - 1910.141(c)(1)(i) - Sanitation Requirements
41 - 1910.141(c)(1)(i) - Sanitation-Toilet Facility
42 - 1910.141(c)(1)(ii) - Requirements for "nature breaks" and weather-related "comfort breaks" for US Postal Service employee.
43 - 1910.141(d)(2) - Whether a pH buffer solution can be used as a cleansing agent for employees who work with portland cement
44 - 1910.141(d)(2)(i) - Whether a pH buffer solution can be used as a cleansing agent for employees who work with portland cement
45 - 1910.141(d)(2)(ii) - Whether a pH buffer solution can be used as a cleansing agent for employees who work with portland cement
46 - 1910.141(d)(2)(iii) - Whether a pH buffer solution can be used as a cleansing agent for employees who work with portland cement
47 - 1910.141(d)(2)(iv) - Whether a pH buffer solution can be used as a cleansing agent for employees who work with portland cement
48 - 1910.141(d)(2)(iv) - Use of paper towels instead of electric blow dryers in public restrooms.
49 - 1910.141(e) - Clarification of the Chromium (VI) Standard - Change Rooms and Hygiene Practices.
50 - 1910.141(g) - Eating and drinking in a pharamacy.
51 - 1910.141(g)(2) - Requirements for covered beverages at nurses' stations.
52 - 1910.141(g)(2) - Consuming hydrating liquids and solids in aluminum smelting facilities with beryllium below 0.1 percent (0.1%) by weight