# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.219 - Guards for Belt and Shaft Drives on Blow Motors
2 - 1910.219 - Several questions regarding OSHA's LOTO and Bakery standards 29 CFR 1910.147 and 1910.263.
3 - 1910.219 - Questions and answers about color coding machine and machine guards according to ANSI Z535.1-1990
4 - 1910.219 - OSHA machine guarding standards and the ISO/IEC standards adopted under the GATT; National Emphasis Program on Amputations
5 - 1910.219 - Requirements for machine and machinery guarding in the workplace.
6 - 1910.219 - OSHA's Standards as they apply to air-conditioning units.
7 - 1910.219 - Applicability of the Machine Guarding and Lockout/Tagout standards to printing presses
8 - 1910.219 - Printing Presses: requirements for normal production and servicing operations
9 - 1910.219 - Machine guarding for the food processing industry.
10 - 1910.219 - Requirements for guarding points of operation and belts on heavy duty sewing machines
11 - 1910.219 - Mechanical power-transmission apparatus: compliance with current consensus standards.
12 - 1910.219 - Standard applicable to paper and plastic shredder machines.
13 - 1910.219 - Guarding requirements for package tying machines.
14 - 1910.219 - Standards applicable to Bell Industries "Carb-Cutter" powered tool.
15 - 1910.219 - Extent to which safety mats provide for compliance with OSHA regulations for machine guarding.
16 - 1910.219 - A safety sleeve designed for guarding projecting shaft ends and a clarification of the term "safety sleeve".
17 - 1910.219 - Machinery and machine guarding.
18 - 1910.219 - Requirements when working with or around belt driven machines and motors.
19 - 1910.219 - Clarification of head room requirements for emergency doors and machine guarding.
20 - 1910.219(b)(1) - Guarding of flywheels on power presses.
21 - 1910.219(b)(1)(i) - Clarification on the required strength of press flywheel guards
22 - 1910.219(b)(2) - Subpart O -- Machinery and Machine Guarding, Mechanical Power-Transmission Apparatus.
23 - 1910.219(c)(2)(i) - OSHA's machine guarding requirements provide no exemption from guarding based on shaft size or speed.
24 - 1910.219(c)(5) - OSHA's machine guarding requirements provide no exemption from guarding based on shaft size or speed.
25 - 1910.219(d)(1) - Requirements when working with or around belt driven machines and motors.
26 - 1910.219(e)(1)(i) - Guards for Belt and Shaft Drives on Blow Motors
27 - 1910.219(i)(2) - Requirement to guard shaft couplings.
28 - 1910.219(m) - Acceptable alternative to metal guards in mechanical power-transmission apparatus.
29 - 1910.219(m) - Machine guarding and compliance with 29 CFR 1910.219(m).
30 - 1910.219(m)(1) - Several questions regarding OSHA's LOTO and Bakery standards 29 CFR 1910.147 and 1910.263.
31 - 1910.219(m)(2)(i) - The 5-inch separation of screws on the covers of the guards for mechanical power-transmission.
32 - 1910.219(p)(1) - Questions and answers about color coding machine and machine guards according to ANSI Z535.1-1990
33 - 1910.219(p)(2) - Questions and answers about color coding machine and machine guards according to ANSI Z535.1-1990
34 - 1910.219(p)(3) - Questions and answers about color coding machine and machine guards according to ANSI Z535.1-1990
35 - 1910.219(p)(4) - Questions and answers about color coding machine and machine guards according to ANSI Z535.1-1990
36 - 1910.219(p)(5) - Questions and answers about color coding machine and machine guards according to ANSI Z535.1-1990
37 - 1910.219(p)(6) - Questions and answers about color coding machine and machine guards according to ANSI Z535.1-1990
38 - 1910.219(p)(7) - Questions and answers about color coding machine and machine guards according to ANSI Z535.1-1990