# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.213 - Requirements for protecting against the automatic restart of low-voltage light-duty woodworking and metalworking equipment following an unscheduled electrical outage.
2 - 1910.213 - OSHA machine guarding standards and the ISO/IEC standards adopted under the GATT; National Emphasis Program on Amputations
3 - 1910.213 - Permanent Variance Requirements for Self-Feed Circular Ripsaws.
4 - 1910.213 - Request for Interpretation - 29 CFR 1910.213(f)(2).
5 - 1910.213 - Information relating to radial saws.
6 - 1910.213 - Automatic return attachments on radial saws
7 - 1910.213 - Conformance of the Blue Line PFR/Power Failure Release Option with applicable OSHA standards.
8 - 1910.213 - Clarificiation of two General Industry Safety and Health Standards.
9 - 1910.213 - OSHA standards 29 CFR 1910.213(o)(2) and (4) to a normal non-automatic 12-inch wood lathe that is used in a high school shop.
10 - 1910.213 - The point of operation guarding on the Biro Power Meat Cutters (bandsaws).
11 - 1910.213 - Standards with Identical Requirements.
12 - 1910.213(b)(3) - Requirements for protecting against the automatic restart of low-voltage light-duty woodworking and metalworking equipment following an unscheduled electrical outage.
13 - 1910.213(c) - "Brett-Guard" style blade guard meets hand-fed ripsaw requirements
14 - 1910.213(c)(3) - Request for guidance on saws operated on "cut-climb/reverse-rotation" mode
15 - 1910.213(f)(2) - Request for guidance on saws operated on "cut-climb/reverse-rotation" mode
16 - 1910.213(h) - Litigation relative to the severance of a hand by a high school student while using a radial arm saw.
17 - 1910.213(h)(1) - Guarding requirements for radial saws.
18 - 1910.213(h)(1) - Guarding requirements for radial saws.
19 - 1910.213(h)(1) - Guarding requirements for the "Speed Cut" radial saw.
20 - 1910.213(h)(1) - Specification for Lower Blade Guards for Radial Arm Saws
21 - 1910.213(r)(4) - Guarding/hazards of using woodcutting sawblades on a cut-off machine