# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.184 - Applicable standards for Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices and slings.
2 - 1910.184 - Comments on Variance Application Number 2293.
3 - 1910.184 - Requesting clarification of Slings
4 - 1910.184 - Removal from service criteria for wire rope slings.
5 - 1910.184 - Slings used in conjunction with other material handling equipment for the movement of materials by hoisting in the workplace.
6 - 1910.184 - Clarification of 1910.184, Wire Rope Slings and their inspection.
7 - 1910.184 - Load Testing of Synthetic Web and Other Slings
8 - 1910.184 - The rated capacity of alloy steel chain slings.
9 - 1910.184 - An interpretation of 1910.184, which defines "sling".
10 - 1910.184 - Interpretation of the phrase "equivalent entity" with reference to standards regarding chains and slings.
11 - 1910.184 - Only alloy steel chain is recommended by chain manufacturers for overhead hoisting.
12 - 1910.184 - Proof testing, as a unit, certain types of alloy steel chain lifting devices.
13 - 1910.184 - Certain provisions of 1910.184, Slings.
14 - 1910.184 - Clarification of 1910.184.
15 - 1910.184 - Alloy Steel Chain Slings.
16 - 1910.184 - OSHA standards do not cover large laundry nets.
17 - 1910.184(c)(6) - Requirement for a safety latch on a sling hook depends on the activity for which the sling is being used.
18 - 1910.184(d) - Required Frequency of Periodic Wire Rope Inspections for Lifting Equipment
19 - 1910.184(e) - Evaluation of variance application requesting the use of proof coil and high test chain slings under certain procedures.
20 - 1910.184(e)(2)(i) - The use of clevis pins and cotterpins to attach slings and hooks; use of latches on sling hooks.
21 - 1910.184(e)(2)(ii) - The use of clevis pins and cotterpins to attach slings and hooks; use of latches on sling hooks.
22 - 1910.184(f)(6) - The use of clevis pins and cotterpins to attach slings and hooks; use of latches on sling hooks.
23 - 1910.184(i)(9) - Removing synthetic web slings from service.
24 - 1910.184(i)(8) - Removing synthetic web slings from service.