# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.151 - Frequency of refresher training for first aid and CPR
2 - 1910.151 - Cyanide Antidotes
3 - 1910.151 - Clarification of OSHA training requirements for basic first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
4 - 1910.151 - Requirements for eyewash and shower facilities.
5 - 1910.151 - Clarification of "in near proximity" and OSHA's discretion in enforcing first aid requirements in particular cases.
6 - 1910.151 - Requirement to provide accessible quick drenching and flushing facilities where there is exposure to corrosive materials.
7 - 1910.151 - Clarification on providing first aid training and maintenance of medical records under OSHA's BBP standard.
8 - 1910.151 - OSHA's requirement to provide first aid supplies specific to the needs of the workplace.
9 - 1910.151 - OSHA requirements for providing training for first aid, CPR, and BBP for prompt treatment of injured employees at various workplaces.
10 - 1910.151 - Clarification of 1910.151 (Medical Services and First Aid).
11 - 1910.151 - OSHA guidelines for First Aid training recommend CPR training as an element.
12 - 1910.151 - CPR/first aid training and "working alone" provisions of 1910.269
13 - 1910.151 - Interpretation of the First Aid standard.
14 - 1910.151 - Clarification regarding the use of eyewash stations.
15 - 1910.151 - OSHA first aid standard.
16 - 1910.151 - The OSHA enforcement guidelines revert to our original position of acceptance of the product with no other qualifications.
17 - 1910.151 - Clarification of training requirements under 1910.151, (Medical Services and First Aid).
18 - 1910.151 - Requirements for emergency deluge showers and/or eye/face wash units in the immediate area of ethylene oxide sterilizers used by health care facilities.
19 - 1910.151 - The review of first aid training programs.
20 - 1910.151 - Requirements for emergency eyewash stations in retail autoparts stores
21 - 1910.151 - Training material for first aid and CPR training.
22 - 1910.151 - Out-of-doors emergency eyewash and shower installations in freezing and hot temperature areas.
23 - 1910.151 - Medical Services and First Aid.
24 - 1910.151 - Standard requirements for eyewash and shower equipment, personnel and other protective equipment and air circulation fans, used in an automotive battery charging area
25 - 1910.151 - OSHA does not certify first aid training programs, instructors or trainees.
26 - 1910.151 - First Aid in the workplace.
27 - 1910.151 - Plumbed emergency eyewash requirements as they apply to faucet-mount emergency.
28 - 1910.151 - Clarification on first aid requirements for hazardous waste sites.
29 - 1910.151 - First Aid program requirements where a medical facility is near the workplace.
30 - 1910.151 - OSHA's position regarding compensating time spent taking employer-sponsored medical exams.
31 - 1910.151 - Response time and "in near proximity" requirements.
32 - 1910.151 - Settlement agreement regarding the use of elbow splints.
33 - 1910.151 - Employee training in first aid.
34 - 1910.151 - Medical services and first aid.
35 - 1910.151 - Eyewash fountain in OSHA compliance.
36 - 1910.151 - Successful completion of a first aid course demonstrated by means other than a written knowledge test.
37 - 1910.151 - Eyewash and shower equipment in construction.
38 - 1910.151 - Employees who become ill or injured on the job.
39 - 1910.151 - Standard for medical services and first aid
40 - 1910.151 - Guidelines for First Aid Training Programs.
41 - 1910.151 - First Aid Courses
42 - 1910.151 - Standard applicable to two point suspension scaffolds and power platforms used in window cleaning and to hazards in refrigeration plants.
43 - 1910.151 - Quick drenching or flushing facilities in battery charging areas.
44 - 1910.151 - Approval of first aid kits.
45 - 1910.151 - First Aid Training.
46 - 1910.151(a) - Medical services and first aid.
47 - 1910.151(a) - First aid for bleeding control
48 - 1910.151(b) - First aid for bleeding control
49 - 1910.151(a) - Cyanide Antidotes
50 - 1910.151(b) - Clarification of first aid training for pharmacists.
51 - 1910.151(b) - First Aid Training.
52 - 1910.151(b) - American Red Cross Standard First Aid Modular System
53 - 1910.151(b) - Review of Medic First Aid Program
54 - 1910.151(b) - Clarification on first aid requirements for hazardous waste sites.
55 - 1910.151(b) - OSHA first aid standard.
56 - 1910.151(b) - Interpretation of the First Aid standard.
57 - 1910.151(b) - OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.53, Guidelines for First Aid Training Programs.
58 - 1910.151(b) - CPR/first aid training and "working alone" provisions of 1910.269
59 - 1910.151(c) - CPR/first aid training and "working alone" provisions of 1910.269
60 - 1910.151(b) - OSHA guidelines for First Aid training recommend CPR training as an element.
61 - 1910.151(b) - First Aid supplies required by businesses
62 - 1910.151(b) - The Medic First Aid program.
63 - 1910.151(b) - Clarification of 1910.151 (Medical Services and First Aid).
64 - 1910.151(b) - Training and designation of first aid providers in general industry and construction.
65 - 1910.151(b) - Automated External Defibrillator training is not specifically required by the Permit-Required Confined Space standard; AEDs are not required first aid supplies.
66 - 1910.151(b) - CPR training is a required element in some OSHA general industry standards.
67 - 1910.151(b) - Locked first aid cabinets in the workplace.
68 - 1910.151(b) - OSHA requirements for providing training for first aid, CPR, and BBP for prompt treatment of injured employees at various workplaces.
69 - 1910.151(b) - OSHA's requirement to provide first aid supplies specific to the needs of the workplace.
70 - 1910.151(b) - Clarification on providing first aid training and maintenance of medical records under OSHA's BBP standard.
71 - 1910.151(b) - Clarification of "in near proximity" and OSHA's discretion in enforcing first aid requirements in particular cases.
72 - 1910.151(b) - Definitions for "near proximity" and "serious injury".
73 - 1910.151(b) - Interpretation of the term "in near proximity".
74 - 1910.151(b) - Interpretation of the term "in near proximity".
75 - 1910.151(b) - Interpretation of the term "in near proximity".
76 - 1910.151(b) - Interpretation of the term "in near proximity".
77 - 1910.151(b) - Interpretation of the term "in near proximity".
78 - 1910.151(b) - Interpretation of the term "in near proximity".
79 - 1910.151(b) - Interpretation of the term "in near proximity".
80 - 1910.151(b) - Interpretation of the term "in near proximity".
81 - 1910.151(b) - Frequency of refresher training for first aid and CPR
82 - 1910.151(c) - Eyewash equipment is not an acceptable substitute for protective eyewear.
83 - 1910.151(c) - First Aid.
84 - 1910.151(c) - Lack of public awareness of the limitations of eyewashes; review of new product, The Eye Irrigator(TM).
85 - 1910.151(c) - Using ANSI Z358.1 as guidance to comply with 1910.151(c)
86 - 1910.151(c) - ANSI Z358.1 guidance for complying with 1910.151(c) citation policy for eyewashes and showers.
87 - 1910.151(c) - Clarification of PIT requirements covering: fall protection and safety platforms, seatbelts, LP-gas storage, smoking, and eye wash stations
88 - 1910.151(c) - Additional clarification of using ANSI Z358.1 as guidance to comply with 1910.151(c).
89 - 1910.151(c) - Requirements for providing eyewashes/showers near spray finishing operations.
90 - 1910.151(c) - Requirement to provide accessible quick drenching and flushing facilities where there is exposure to corrosive materials.
91 - 1910.151(c) - Requirements for eyewash and shower facilities.
92 - 1910.151(c) - Controlling Employee Exposure To Caustic Battery Acid In Battery Charging Areas
93 - 1910.151(c) - Requirements for emergency eyewashes and showers.
94 - 1910.151(c) - IIAR Eye Wash and Shower LOI (Smith Letter)
95 - 1910.151(c) - Emergency eyewash requirements for eye hazards caused by bloodborne pathogens
96 - 1910.151(c)(1) - Request to provide list of corrosive materials and concentrations requiring use of emergency eyewashes and showers.