# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.146 - Definition of Confined Space, as it may apply to large product heating and aging furnaces
2 - 1910.146 - Clarification of OSHA training requirements for basic first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
3 - 1910.146 - Controlling Confined Space Hazards in Deep Tanks for Parts Cleaning
4 - 1910.146 - Retrieval Lines Tied to Rescuers Entering a Confined Space
5 - 1910.146 - Applicability of the PRCS standard to aircraft maintenance activities.
6 - 1910.146 - Employer selection of local fire department as its off-site rescue service for compliance with 29 CFR 1910.146(k)(1).
7 - 1910.146 - Determining whether an aircraft fuel tank is considered a confined space.
8 - 1910.146 - Whether reclassification is available for permit-required confined spaces with potentially hazardous atmospheres.
9 - 1910.146 - Use of feasible engineering/work practice controls for exposure to Cr(VI) for welding in confined spaces; housekeeping and disposal of large/bulky waste materials.
10 - 1910.146 - PRCS and LOTO requirements for accumulation of stored energy in steam pits
11 - 1910.146 - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
12 - 1910.146 - Requirements for developing entry procedures for permit-required confined spaces.
13 - 1910.146 - Construction of aboveground storage tanks and confined space; §§1926.21(b)(6) and 1910.146; General duty clause.
14 - 1910.146 - CPR training is a required element in some OSHA general industry standards.
15 - 1910.146 - Evaluation of a box van of a truck carrying hazardous materials meeting the definition of a confined space in a hazardous material release/response situation.
16 - 1910.146 - Questions regarding the Permit-Required Confined Space standard, 1910.146, and the Grain Handling standard, 1910.272.
17 - 1910.146 - Clarification of maintenance vs. construction activities; standards applicable to the removal and replacement of steel tanks and structural steel supports.
18 - 1910.146 - Response to Edison Electric Institute's concerns regarding draft Instruction CPL 2-1.18A, "Enforcement of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard."
19 - 1910.146 - Respiratory protection and emergency escape requirements for IDLH atmospheres.
20 - 1910.146 - Applicability of the confined-space standard to dock-leveler pits.
21 - 1910.146 - Fall protection requirements for both residential and commercial HVAC systems; clarification of confined spaces.
22 - 1910.146 - OSHA policies concerning employees working at home.
23 - 1910.146 - OSHA policies concerning employees working at home.
24 - 1910.146 - Applicability of 1910.146 to fall hazards into pits.
25 - 1910.146 - Response to fires in permit-required confined spaces (PRCS).
26 - 1910.146 - Permit-Required Confined Spaces.
27 - 1910.146 - Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standard.
28 - 1910.146 - Electronic monitoring system for complying with the confined space standard.
29 - 1910.146 - Introduction of electrical welding equipment into a non-permit confined space.
30 - 1910.146 - Hard-line communication equipment for use in the PRCS standard.
31 - 1910.146 - Recording of atmospheric test results.
32 - 1910.146 - A possible conflict between exposure record retention.
33 - 1910.146 - Citations which were issued to Heinz, U.S.A.
34 - 1910.146 - Permit-Required Confined Spaces and Lockout/Tagout.
35 - 1910.146 - Voluntary safety and health audits under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
36 - 1910.146 - Entry into a confined space when the lower flammable limit is greater than ten percent.
37 - 1910.146 - Interpretative guidance and equipment approved for hazardous locations relative to the Permit-Required Confined Spaces standard.
38 - 1910.146 - OSHA's Permit-required Confined Spaces Standard.
39 - 1910.146 - Guidance in determining whether certain spaces would be considered confined spaces.
40 - 1910.146 - Permit-required confined spaces and control of hazardous energy; vehicle LOTO.
41 - 1910.146 - Applying Permit-Required Confined Spaces (PRCS) standard to a workplace that is a multi-family residential commercial building
42 - 1910.146 - Determining whether certain spaces meet the definition of a "confined space" according to the Permit-Required Confined Spaces standard.
43 - 1910.146 - Guidance in determining whether elevator pits meet the definition of confined spaces.
44 - 1910.146 - Determining whether certain spaces routinely would be considered confined spaces by applying the (PRCS) standard's definition.
45 - 1910.146 - Interpretation of 1910.146 regarding permits and multiple sewer entries along a common line.
46 - 1910.146 - When permits are required for entry into a permit required confined space.
47 - 1910.146 - Compliance Policy Concerning 29 CFR 1910.146.
48 - 1910.146 - Interpretation of a lifting device and its ability to act as a rescue retrieval system as it applies to OSHA's permit required confined space entry standard.
49 - 1910.146 - Interpretation of the provision of the Permit Required Confined Spaces Standard.
50 - 1910.146 - Use of explosion proof certified equipment inside of pipes and manholes.
51 - 1910.146 - What OSHA safety standards are applicable to underground sewer pipeline inspection camera systems.
52 - 1910.146 - 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.
53 - 1910.146 - The appropriate atmospheric monitoring equipment to the wine making industry for compliance with OSHA standard 1910.146.
54 - 1910.146 - Concern regarding the Hazard Information Bulletin.
55 - 1910.146 - PRCS interpretation concerning a hydropower dam's 22 foot diameter sluice tunnel.
56 - 1910.146 - Review of Manual for training personnel engaged in oil spill emergency response.
57 - 1910.146 - Answers to specific questions concerning the permit-required confined spaces standard.
58 - 1910.146 - Application of the confined spaces standard to the elevator industry.
59 - 1910.146 - Reclassification of silver inspection services' tank containers.
60 - 1910.146 - Elevator industry employees working in and around pits and equipment.
61 - 1910.146 - The relationship between the OSHA standards on Permit-Required Confined Space and Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills.
62 - 1910.146 - Rescue Equipment Requirements.
63 - 1910.146 - Permit-required confined spaces.
64 - 1910.146 - Permit space entry.
65 - 1910.146 - Order of testing for permit spaces.
66 - 1910.146 - Applicability of OSHA's PRCS standard to gas industry.
67 - 1910.146 - Permit-required confined space standard does not apply where DOT/OPS regulations apply to working conditions.
68 - 1910.146 - Permit Required Confined Space Standard as it relates to rescue services.
69 - 1910.146 - Alternative procedures for the non-entry rescue provision.
70 - 1910.146 - Permit-Required Confined Spaces standard.
71 - 1910.146 - Mechanical equipment, such as an unguarded agitator, posing a hazard within a permit space must be locked out or tagged.
72 - 1910.146 - OSHA does not cross reference general industry and construction standards.
73 - 1910.146 - Confined space entry.
74 - 1910.146 - Federal posting requirements applicable to an employer with no more than 10 employees.
75 - 1910.146 - Permit Required Confined Space Standard as it applies to certain operations.
76 - 1910.146 - Permit Required Confined Spaces Standard requires employers to retain canceled entry permits for at least one year.
77 - 1910.146 - Elevator repair and servicing.
78 - 1910.146 - Summit's training program on confined space entry.
79 - 1910.146 - Who is required to wear the body harnesses and retrieval lines.
80 - 1910.146 - Confined space standard for general industry.
81 - 1910.146 - The meaning of the word "entrapment" as in the Permit Required Confined Space (PRCS) standard.
82 - 1910.146 - Confined space standard for general industry.
83 - 1910.146 - Clarification of the definition of a permit-required confined space (permit space).
84 - 1910.146 - Permit-Required Confined Spaces for General Industry.
85 - 1910.146 - Conflict between requirements of 1910.252 and 1910.146.
86 - 1910.146 - Work performed in conjunction with insulated enclosures.
87 - 1910.146 - Confined Space provisions of 29 CFR 1910.261 in light of the promulgation of 29 CFR 1910.146.
88 - 1910.146 - Permit-Required Confined Space (PRCS).
89 - 1910.146 - Interpretation of coverage for the telecommunications industry with regard to the new Permit-Required Confined Spaces standard.
90 - 1910.146 - Clarification of paragraphs (c)(5) and (c)(7) of the Permit-Required Confined Spaces standard.
91 - 1910.146 - Soil testing for excavations and confined spaces.