# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.269(l) - Heat energy estimates for arc-rated protective clothing and faceshields for open-air work on multi-phase overhead power lines.
2 - 1910.269(l) - Minimum approach distances to electric power transmission and distribution lines during the installation of protective grounds
3 - 1910.269(l) - Requirements for protective clothing and equipment in the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard.
4 - 1910.269(l) - Conditions allowing the use of insulating gloves without the use of insulating sleeves when working on or near exposed energized parts.
5 - 1910.269(l) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
6 - 1910.269(l)(1) - CPR/first aid training and "working alone" provisions of 1910.269
7 - 1910.269(l)(1) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
8 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
9 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
10 - 1910.269(l)(4) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
11 - 1910.269(l)(1) - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
12 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
13 - 1910.269(l)(1) - Clarification on number of qualified employees required when working with electrical components.
14 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Clarification on number of qualified employees required when working with electrical components.
15 - 1910.269(l)(1)(i) - Two employees must be present during work on energized systems >600 volts
16 - 1910.269(l)(1)(ii) - Two employees must be present during work on energized systems >600 volts
17 - 1910.269(l)(1)(i) - Clarification of qualified employee requirements for the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard.
18 - 1910.269(l)(1)(i) - Minimum number of employees required for performing electric power work conducted from bucket trucks.
19 - 1910.269(l)(1)(ii) - Minimum number of employees required for performing electric power work conducted from bucket trucks.
20 - 1910.269(l)(1)(i) - Use of live-line tools and exemption to the requirement for at least two employees to be present during work on an energized part.
21 - 1910.269(l)(1)(ii) - Use of live-line tools and exemption to the requirement for at least two employees to be present during work on an energized part.
22 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Use of live-line tools and exemption to the requirement for at least two employees to be present during work on an energized part.
23 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Use of live-line tools and exemption to the requirement for at least two employees to be present during work on an energized part.
24 - 1910.269(l)(1)(i) - Clarification of the 1910.269 requirement for the presence of at least two "qualified" employees for work on exposed energized lines.
25 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Appropriate safety practices for the removal of electrical meters.
26 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Appropriate safety practices for the removal of electrical meters.
27 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Minimum approach distances when using insulating gloves and sleeves.
28 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Exceptions to minimum approach distances for power generation, transmission and distribution
29 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Exceptions to minimum approach distances for power generation, transmission and distribution
30 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Grounding requirements for aerial lifts (bucket trucks) under the General Industry 1910.269 and Construction 1926.952 standards.
31 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Conditions rendering underground electrical power connections as unsafe to touch with bare hands.
32 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Conditions rendering underground electrical power connections as unsafe to touch with bare hands.
33 - 1910.269(l)(2)(i) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
34 - 1910.269(l)(2)(i) - Conditions allowing the use of insulating gloves without the use of insulating sleeves when working on or near exposed energized parts.
35 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Conditions allowing the use of insulating gloves without the use of insulating sleeves when working on or near exposed energized parts.
36 - 1910.269(l)(3)(i) - Conditions allowing the use of insulating gloves without the use of insulating sleeves when working on or near exposed energized parts.
37 - 1910.269(l)(3)(ii) - Conditions allowing the use of insulating gloves without the use of insulating sleeves when working on or near exposed energized parts.
38 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Enforcement of minimum approach distance requirements in 29 CFR 1910.269 and 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart V
39 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Minimum approach distances to electric power transmission and distribution lines during the installation of protective grounds
40 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Minimum approach distance (MAD) requirements covered under 1910.269 when installing protective grounding equipment
41 - 1910.269(l)(3)(i) - Extended enforcement dates for minimum approach distances to electrical power lines
42 - 1910.269(l)(3)(ii) - Extended enforcement dates for minimum approach distances to electrical power lines
43 - 1910.269(l)(3)(iii) - Minimum approach distance (MAD)
44 - 1910.269(l)(5)(ii) - Minimum approach distance (MAD)
45 - 1910.269(l)(6)(iii) - OSHA does not specify payment requirements for apparel covered in the Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution Standard.
46 - 1910.269(l)(6)(iii) - Requirements for embroidery on flame-resistant clothing under 29 CFR 1910.269.
47 - 1910.269(l)(8) - Selecting protective clothing based on the IEEE National Electrical Safety Code, C-2, 2012, Table 410-1
48 - 1910.269(l)(8)(ii) - Selecting protective clothing based on the IEEE National Electrical Safety Code, C-2, 2012, Table 410-1
49 - 1910.269(l)(8)(v) - Selecting protective clothing based on the IEEE National Electrical Safety Code, C-2, 2012, Table 410-1
50 - 1910.269(l)(8) - Requirements for protective clothing and equipment in the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard.
51 - 1910.269(l)(8) - Heat energy estimates for arc-rated protective clothing and faceshields for open-air work on multi-phase overhead power lines.