# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.269 - Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard
2 - 1910.269 - Minimum approach distance (MAD) requirements covered under 1910.269 when installing protective grounding equipment
3 - 1910.269 - Enforcement of minimum approach distance requirements in 29 CFR 1910.269 and 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart V
4 - 1910.269 - Requirements for protective clothing and equipment in the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard.
5 - 1910.269 - 29 CFR 1910.269 and 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart V-Enforcement dates
6 - 1910.269 - 29 CFR 1910.269 and 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart V-Fall protection
7 - 1910.269 - Clarification of the applicability of 29 CFR 1910.269 to line-clearance tree trimming
8 - 1910.269 - Minimum approach distances for conductive objects to exposed energized parts.
9 - 1910.269 - Clarification of OSHA training requirements for basic first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
10 - 1910.269 - Hooking and Unhooking Loads with a Helicopter During Work on Electric Transmission Systems
11 - 1910.269 - Numerous questions related to training requirements under 1910.269.
12 - 1910.269 - Rescue and retrieval requirements for enclosed spaces covered under 1910.269.
13 - 1910.269 - Numerous questions on lockout/tagout under 1910.147 and 1910.269
14 - 1910.269 - Clarification on number of qualified employees required when working with electrical components.
15 - 1910.269 - Compliance with electric power generation transmission and distribution requirements for testing of fiberglass insulating tools.
16 - 1910.269 - Whether shutting off the truck and disabling controls is a sufficient means of demonstrating that no employee would be endangered under 1910.269(p)(1)(iii).
17 - 1910.269 - PSM coverage of utility systems; whether 1910.269 preempts the PSM standard for power generation facilities that serve covered processes.
18 - 1910.269 - Clarification of the 1910.269 requirement for the presence of at least two "qualified" employees for work on exposed energized lines.
19 - 1910.269 - Clarification of LOTO procedures for servicing and maintenance of wind turbines.
20 - 1910.269 - Clarification of "in near proximity" and OSHA's discretion in enforcing first aid requirements in particular cases.
21 - 1910.269 - OSHA requirements for providing training for first aid, CPR, and BBP for prompt treatment of injured employees at various workplaces.
22 - 1910.269 - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
23 - 1910.269 - Requirements for embroidery on flame-resistant clothing under 29 CFR 1910.269.
24 - 1910.269 - Conditions allowing the use of insulating gloves without the use of insulating sleeves when working on or near exposed energized parts.
25 - 1910.269 - Clarification of supervisor accessibility to individual field-lock keys in a group lock box under 1910.269.
26 - 1910.269 - Group LOTO and supervisor's accessibility to individual employee lock when employee is not available to remove lock.
27 - 1910.269 - Conditions rendering underground electrical power connections as unsafe to touch with bare hands.
28 - 1910.269 - Fall protection and aerial lifts in the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution industries.
29 - 1910.269 - Enhanced risk of damage/degradation of insulation integrity on temporary wiring with prolonged use
30 - 1910.269 - CPR training is a required element in some OSHA general industry standards.
31 - 1910.269 - Request for formal review of Exelon Generating Corporation's energy control procedure.
32 - 1910.269 - Grounding requirements for aerial lifts (bucket trucks) under the General Industry 1910.269 and Construction 1926.952 standards.
33 - 1910.269 - Rescue of a suspended worker following a fall event.
34 - 1910.269 - Requirements for reverse signal alarms for vehicles with obstructed views to the rear.
35 - 1910.269 - Minimum number of employees required for performing electric power work conducted from bucket trucks.
36 - 1910.269 - Response to Edison Electric Institute's concerns regarding draft Instruction CPL 2-1.18A, "Enforcement of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard."
37 - 1910.269 - Response to Exelon Generation's concerns regarding draft Instruction CPL 2-1.18A, "Enforcement of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard."
38 - 1910.269 - OSHA does not specify payment requirements for apparel covered in the Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution Standard.
39 - 1910.269 - Standards applicable to step bolts and manhole steps; load requirements for step bolts.
40 - 1910.269 - Clarification of qualified employee requirements for the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard.
41 - 1910.269 - Protection of workers operating mechanical equipment near overhead power lines
42 - 1910.269 - CPR/first aid training and "working alone" provisions of 1910.269
43 - 1910.269 - Apparel requirements for line-clearence tree-trimmers
44 - 1910.269 - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
45 - 1910.269 - Electrical Conductor Identification.
46 - 1910.269 - Fall protection covered by the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard.
47 - 1910.269 - General Industry Standard as it applies to the electric utility industry.
48 - 1910.269 - Fall protection requirements in Vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating platforms.
49 - 1910.269 - Clarification o-f the electric power generation, transmission, and distribution standard.
50 - 1910.269 - An interpretation of the electric power generation standard
51 - 1910.269 - Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution standard regarding pole top rescue.
52 - 1910.269 - Interpretation of the electic power generation, transmission and distribution (electric power generation) standard.
53 - 1910.269 - Distinction between premises wiring installations and electric transmission or distribution installations.
54 - 1910.269 - Electrical Workers
55 - 1910.269 - Harness used for fall protection is not considered "apparel".
56 - 1910.269 - Interpretation of the electric power generation, transmission, and distribution standard
57 - 1910.269 - Letter requesting interpretation of the OSHA electrical standards as they apply to employees using insulated hand tools
58 - 1910.269 - Employee Emergency Plans and Fire Prevention standard;Portable Fire Extinguishers standard; Electrical Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution standard.
59 - 1910.269 - Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution standard.
60 - 1910.269 - OSHA's requirements for locking type snaphooks on pole strap systems
61 - 1910.269 - Scope of logging standard -- 1910.266
62 - 1910.269 - Determination on whether the "Line Journeyman Changing out Trasformer" activities are within the intent of the OSHA standards.
63 - 1910.269 - Clarification of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.
64 - 1910.269 - Minimum approach distances
65 - 1910.269 - Installation and Placement of temporary protective grounds
66 - 1910.269 - Interpretation of the electric power generation, transmission, and distribution standard.
67 - 1910.269 - Challenge Testing as a Substitute for Annual Refresher Training.
68 - 1910.269 - Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution Final Rule.
69 - 1910.269 - Fall Protection in the power distribution industry
70 - 1910.269 - Clarification of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard.
71 - 1910.269 - Clarification of the electric power generation, transmission, and distribution standard
72 - 1910.269 - Guidelines for the Enforcement of the Apparel Standard
73 - 1910.269 - A qualified employee wearing a short sleeve shirt when working on or nearby energized electric power line or equipment and subject to potential exposure to an electric arc.
74 - 1910.269 - Clarification of the electric power generation, transmission, and distribution standard.
75 - 1910.269 - Interpretation of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution Standard.
76 - 1910.269 - Clarification of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution Standard with regard to recreational tree trimmers.
77 - 1910.269 - Imposing an undue hardship on the working man who is trying to do his job by keeping the electricity on for America to enjoy.
78 - 1910.269 - Clarification of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, And Distribution Standard, 29 CFR 1910.269.
79 - 1910.269 - Section that requires the employer to insure that apparel worn by employees not increase the injury should they be exposed to flame.
80 - 1910.269 - Enforcement of Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution and Electrical Protective Equipment.
81 - 1910.269 - Clarification of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution Standard.
82 - 1910.269 - Final Rule on Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution.
83 - 1910.269 - Interpretation of the Electrical Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard.
84 - 1910.269 - Permit space entry
85 - 1910.269 - Clarification of electric power generators, transmission and distribution standard
86 - 1910.269 - Natural fabrics and synthetic materials that are acceptable under the electric power generation, transmission and distribution standard.
87 - 1910.269 - Applicablility of the lockout/tagout standards.
88 - 1910.269(a)(1) - Use of ANSI C2-1997 as guidance for protecting employees working near insulated shielded conductors
89 - 1910.269(u)(4) - Use of ANSI C2-1997 as guidance for protecting employees working near insulated shielded conductors
90 - 1910.269(u)(5) - Use of ANSI C2-1997 as guidance for protecting employees working near insulated shielded conductors
91 - 1910.269(v)(4) - Use of ANSI C2-1997 as guidance for protecting employees working near insulated shielded conductors
92 - 1910.269(v)(5) - Use of ANSI C2-1997 as guidance for protecting employees working near insulated shielded conductors
93 - 1910.269(a)(1) - PSM coverage of utility systems; whether 1910.269 preempts the PSM standard for power generation facilities that serve covered processes.
94 - 1910.269(a)(1)(iii) - PSM coverage of utility systems; whether 1910.269 preempts the PSM standard for power generation facilities that serve covered processes.
95 - 1910.269(p)(1)(i) - PSM coverage of utility systems; whether 1910.269 preempts the PSM standard for power generation facilities that serve covered processes.
96 - 1910.269(a)(1)(i)(A) - Clarification of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, And Distribution Standard, 29 CFR 1910.269.
97 - 1910.269(a)(1)(i)(E) - Clarification of 1910.269 as applied to line-clearance tree-trimming operations
98 - 1910.269(a)(2)(ii) - Clarification of 1910.269 as applied to line-clearance tree-trimming operations
99 - 1910.269(r) - Clarification of 1910.269 as applied to line-clearance tree-trimming operations
100 - 1910.269(a)(2) - Clarification of training requirements for supervisory and managerial personnel under 1910.269.
101 - 1910.269(a)(2)(i) - Clarification of qualified employee requirements for the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard.
102 - 1910.269(l)(1)(i) - Clarification of qualified employee requirements for the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard.
103 - 1910.269(b)(1) - Clarification of qualified employee requirements for the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard.
104 - 1910.269(a)(2) - Clarification of qualified employee requirements for the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard.
105 - 1910.269(a)(2) - Fall protection and aerial lifts in the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution industries.
106 - 1910.269(a)(2) - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
107 - 1910.269(a)(2)(ii) - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
108 - 1910.269(e)(2) - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
109 - 1910.269(l)(1) - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
110 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
111 - 1910.269(t) - Qualifications required under 1910.269 for entry into manholes/vaults to perform work on energized conductors.
112 - 1910.269(a)(2)(i) - Training requirements for employees who perform non-electrical work on electrical equipment.
113 - 1910.269(a)(2)(ii) - Training requirements for employees who perform non-electrical work on electrical equipment.
114 - 1910.269(x) - Training requirements for employees who perform non-electrical work on electrical equipment.
115 - 1910.269(a)(2)(i) - Clarification of the 1910.269 requirement for the presence of at least two "qualified" employees for work on exposed energized lines.
116 - 1910.269(a)(2)(ii) - Clarification of the 1910.269 requirement for the presence of at least two "qualified" employees for work on exposed energized lines.
117 - 1910.269(b) - Clarification of the 1910.269 requirement for the presence of at least two "qualified" employees for work on exposed energized lines.
118 - 1910.269(g)(2)(v) - Clarification of the 1910.269 requirement for the presence of at least two "qualified" employees for work on exposed energized lines.
119 - 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.
120 - 1910.269(v) - Clarification of the 1910.269 requirement for the presence of at least two "qualified" employees for work on exposed energized lines.
121 - 1910.269(x) - Clarification of the 1910.269 requirement for the presence of at least two "qualified" employees for work on exposed energized lines.
122 - 1910.269(a)(2)(ii) - Training of workers who are not "qualified persons" under 1910.269.
123 - 1910.269(x) - Training of workers who are not "qualified persons" under 1910.269.
124 - 1910.269(a)(3) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
125 - 1910.269(c) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
126 - 1910.269(l)(1) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
127 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
128 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
129 - 1910.269(l)(4) - Determining voltage ratings for electrical insulating equipment used during electrical power distribution and transmission work.
130 - 1910.269(a)(3) - Enforcement of minimum approach distance requirements in 29 CFR 1910.269 and 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart V
131 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Enforcement of minimum approach distance requirements in 29 CFR 1910.269 and 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart V
132 - 1910.269(b) - OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.53, Guidelines for First Aid Training Programs.
133 - 1910.269(b) - OSHA requirements for providing training for first aid, CPR, and BBP for prompt treatment of injured employees at various workplaces.
134 - 1910.269(b) - Clarification of "in near proximity" and OSHA's discretion in enforcing first aid requirements in particular cases.
135 - 1910.269(b)(1) - CPR/first aid training and "working alone" provisions of 1910.269
136 - 1910.269(l)(1) - CPR/first aid training and "working alone" provisions of 1910.269
137 - 1910.269(b)(1) - Frequency of refresher training for first aid and CPR
138 - 1910.269(l)(1)(i) - Minimum number of employees required for performing electric power work conducted from bucket trucks.
139 - 1910.269(l)(1)(ii) - Minimum number of employees required for performing electric power work conducted from bucket trucks.
140 - 1910.269(b)(1)(i) - Minimum number of employees required for performing electric power work conducted from bucket trucks.
141 - 1910.269(b)(1)(ii) - Rescue of a suspended worker following a fall event.
142 - 1910.269(b)(1)(ii) - First aid for bleeding control
143 - 1910.269(c) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
144 - 1910.269(g) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
145 - 1910.269(l) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
146 - 1910.269(l)(2)(i) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
147 - 1910.269(m) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
148 - 1910.269(m)(3)(ix) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
149 - 1910.269(m)(3)(viii) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
150 - 1910.269(n) - Stress cone work: worker protection and job briefings
151 - 1910.269(d) - Verification procedures for group lockout/tagout.
152 - 1910.269(d) - Group tagging requirements reqarding 1910.269(d).
153 - 1910.269(d) - Authorized employees must have the opportunity to verify energy isolation in group lockout/tagout
154 - 1910.269(d) - Response to Edison Electric Institute's concerns regarding draft Instruction CPL 2-1.18A, "Enforcement of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard."
155 - 1910.269(d)(8)(v) - Response to Edison Electric Institute's concerns regarding draft Instruction CPL 2-1.18A, "Enforcement of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard."
156 - 1910.269(d) - Response to Exelon Generation's concerns regarding draft Instruction CPL 2-1.18A, "Enforcement of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard."
157 - 1910.269(d)(8)(v) - Response to Exelon Generation's concerns regarding draft Instruction CPL 2-1.18A, "Enforcement of the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard."
158 - 1910.269(d) - Clarification of supervisor accessibility to individual field-lock keys in a group lock box under 1910.269.
159 - 1910.269(d)(7)(iv) - Clarification of supervisor accessibility to individual field-lock keys in a group lock box under 1910.269.
160 - 1910.269(d)(8) - Clarification of supervisor accessibility to individual field-lock keys in a group lock box under 1910.269.
161 - 1910.269(d)(8)(i) - Clarification of supervisor accessibility to individual field-lock keys in a group lock box under 1910.269.
162 - 1910.269(d)(2) - Use of Zip Ties As An Additional Means of Control for Tagout under 1910.269(d)
163 - 1910.269(d)(3) - Use of Zip Ties As An Additional Means of Control for Tagout under 1910.269(d)
164 - 1910.269(d)(6) - Use of Zip Ties As An Additional Means of Control for Tagout under 1910.269(d)
165 - 1910.269(d)(3)(ii)(D) - Use of tagout device attachments not meeting 50-pound unlocking strength requirements.
166 - 1910.269(d)(6)(iv)(B) - Use of tagout device attachments not meeting 50-pound unlocking strength requirements.
167 - 1910.269(d)(3)(ii)(D) - Tagout devices must be non-reusable and self-locking.
168 - 1910.269(d)(6)(iv)(B) - Tagout devices must be non-reusable and self-locking.
169 - 1910.269(d)(4) - Clarification of LOTO procedures for servicing and maintenance of wind turbines.
170 - 1910.269(d)(8)(ii)(D) - Clarification of LOTO procedures for servicing and maintenance of wind turbines.
171 - 1910.269(d)(7)(iv) - Group LOTO and supervisor's accessibility to individual employee lock when employee is not available to remove lock.
172 - 1910.269(d)(8) - Group LOTO and supervisor's accessibility to individual employee lock when employee is not available to remove lock.
173 - 1910.269(d)(8)(i) - Group LOTO and supervisor's accessibility to individual employee lock when employee is not available to remove lock.
174 - 1910.269(d)(8)(i)(A) - Group LOTO and supervisor's accessibility to individual employee lock when employee is not available to remove lock.
175 - 1910.269(d)(8)(ii) - Request for formal review of Exelon Generating Corporation's energy control procedure.
176 - 1910.269(d)(8)(ii)(D) - Request for formal review of Exelon Generating Corporation's energy control procedure.
177 - 1910.269(d)(8)(ii) - Clarification of system operator exclusive control provisions.
178 - 1910.269(d)(8)(v) - Clarification of system operator exclusive control provisions.
179 - 1910.269(x) - Clarification of system operator exclusive control provisions.
180 - 1910.269(g) - Fall protection during electrical maintenance and construction work on aerial lifts.
181 - 1910.269(g) - Fall protection and foot protection for power line workers.
182 - 1910.269(g) - Payment for body belts, positioning straps, and pole and tree climbers.
183 - 1910.269(g)(2) - Payment for body belts, positioning straps, and pole and tree climbers.
184 - 1910.269(g)(2)(v) - Payment for body belts, positioning straps, and pole and tree climbers.
185 - 1910.269(g) - Payment for body belts, positioning straps, and pole and tree climbers.
186 - 1910.269(g)(2) - Payment for body belts, positioning straps, and pole and tree climbers.
187 - 1910.269(g)(2)(v) - Payment for body belts, positioning straps, and pole and tree climbers.
188 - 1910.269(g)(2)(iii) - Fall protection requirements while working from an elevated location above four feet.
189 - 1910.269(g)(2)(iv) - Fall protection requirements while working from an elevated location above four feet.
190 - 1910.269(g)(2)(iv)(C)(2) - Fall protection requirements while working from an elevated location above four feet.
191 - 1910.269(g)(2)(iv)(C)(3) - Fall protection requirements while working from an elevated location above four feet.
192 - 1910.269(h)(2)(iv) - Standards applicable to step bolts and manhole steps; load requirements for step bolts.
193 - 1910.269(h) - Standards applicable to step bolts and manhole steps; load requirements for step bolts.
194 - 1910.269(h) - Fixed ladders inside wind turbine towers
195 - 1910.269(j) - Use of live-line tools and exemption to the requirement for at least two employees to be present during work on an energized part.
196 - 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.
197 - 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.
198 - 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.
199 - 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.
200 - 1910.269(m) - Use of live-line tools and exemption to the requirement for at least two employees to be present during work on an energized part.
201 - 1910.269(m)(1) - Use of live-line tools and exemption to the requirement for at least two employees to be present during work on an energized part.
202 - 1910.269(n) - Use of live-line tools and exemption to the requirement for at least two employees to be present during work on an energized part.
203 - 1910.269(j)(1) - Compliance with electric power generation transmission and distribution requirements for testing of fiberglass insulating tools.
204 - 1910.269(j)(1)(iii) - Compliance with electric power generation transmission and distribution requirements for testing of fiberglass insulating tools.
205 - 1910.269(r)(1)(iv) - Compliance with electric power generation transmission and distribution requirements for testing of fiberglass insulating tools.
206 - 1910.269(l) - Conditions allowing the use of insulating gloves without the use of insulating sleeves when working on or near exposed energized parts.
207 - 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.
208 - 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.
209 - 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.
210 - 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.
211 - 1910.269(l) - Requirements for protective clothing and equipment in the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard.
212 - 1910.269(l)(8) - Requirements for protective clothing and equipment in the Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard.
213 - 1910.269(l) - Heat energy estimates for arc-rated protective clothing and faceshields for open-air work on multi-phase overhead power lines.
214 - 1910.269(l)(8) - Heat energy estimates for arc-rated protective clothing and faceshields for open-air work on multi-phase overhead power lines.
215 - 1910.269(l) - Minimum approach distances to electric power transmission and distribution lines during the installation of protective grounds
216 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Minimum approach distances to electric power transmission and distribution lines during the installation of protective grounds
217 - 1910.269(m) - Minimum approach distances to electric power transmission and distribution lines during the installation of protective grounds
218 - 1910.269(m)(3) - Minimum approach distances to electric power transmission and distribution lines during the installation of protective grounds
219 - 1910.269(l)(1) - Clarification on number of qualified employees required when working with electrical components.
220 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Clarification on number of qualified employees required when working with electrical components.
221 - 1910.269(l)(1)(i) - Two employees must be present during work on energized systems >600 volts
222 - 1910.269(l)(1)(ii) - Two employees must be present during work on energized systems >600 volts
223 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Appropriate safety practices for the removal of electrical meters.
224 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Appropriate safety practices for the removal of electrical meters.
225 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Minimum approach distances when using insulating gloves and sleeves.
226 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Exceptions to minimum approach distances for power generation, transmission and distribution
227 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Exceptions to minimum approach distances for power generation, transmission and distribution
228 - 1910.269(n)(6) - Grounding requirements for aerial lifts (bucket trucks) under the General Industry 1910.269 and Construction 1926.952 standards.
229 - 1910.269(n)(7) - Grounding requirements for aerial lifts (bucket trucks) under the General Industry 1910.269 and Construction 1926.952 standards.
230 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Grounding requirements for aerial lifts (bucket trucks) under the General Industry 1910.269 and Construction 1926.952 standards.
231 - 1910.269(l)(2) - Conditions rendering underground electrical power connections as unsafe to touch with bare hands.
232 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Conditions rendering underground electrical power connections as unsafe to touch with bare hands.
233 - 1910.269(l)(3) - Minimum approach distance (MAD) requirements covered under 1910.269 when installing protective grounding equipment
234 - 1910.269(m)(3)(viii) - Minimum approach distance (MAD) requirements covered under 1910.269 when installing protective grounding equipment
235 - 1910.269(n)(3) - Minimum approach distance (MAD) requirements covered under 1910.269 when installing protective grounding equipment
236 - 1910.269(l)(3)(i) - Extended enforcement dates for minimum approach distances to electrical power lines
237 - 1910.269(l)(3)(ii) - Extended enforcement dates for minimum approach distances to electrical power lines
238 - 1910.269(l)(3)(iii) - Minimum approach distance (MAD)
239 - 1910.269(l)(5)(ii) - Minimum approach distance (MAD)
240 - 1910.269(l)(6)(iii) - OSHA does not specify payment requirements for apparel covered in the Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution Standard.
241 - 1910.269(l)(6)(iii) - Requirements for embroidery on flame-resistant clothing under 29 CFR 1910.269.
242 - 1910.269(l)(8) - Selecting protective clothing based on the IEEE National Electrical Safety Code, C-2, 2012, Table 410-1
243 - 1910.269(l)(8)(ii) - Selecting protective clothing based on the IEEE National Electrical Safety Code, C-2, 2012, Table 410-1
244 - 1910.269(l)(8)(v) - Selecting protective clothing based on the IEEE National Electrical Safety Code, C-2, 2012, Table 410-1
245 - 1910.269(m) - 1910.269: Application of personal protective grounds for employee protection
246 - 1910.269(n)(2) - 1910.269: Application of personal protective grounds for employee protection
247 - 1910.269(n)(6) - 1910.269: Application of personal protective grounds for employee protection
248 - 1910.269(n)(7) - 1910.269: Application of personal protective grounds for employee protection
249 - 1910.269(m) - Lockout/tagout: preferred means of energy isolation; non cord-and-plug powered equipment.
250 - 1910.269(m) - Tagging transmission lines covered under, 1910.269(m)(3)(ii)
251 - 1910.269(m)(3) - Tagging transmission lines covered under, 1910.269(m)(3)(ii)
252 - 1910.269(m)(3)(ii) - Tagging transmission lines covered under, 1910.269(m)(3)(ii)
253 - 1910.269(m)(3)(ii) - Network protectors must have the manual override position blocked, locked, or otherwise disabled; must need use of a tool to manually place in closed position.
254 - 1910.269(m)(3)(viii) - Clarification of single and multiple crews for purposes of deenergizing lines.
255 - 1910.269(p)(1)(ii)(A) - Requirements for reverse signal alarms for vehicles with obstructed views to the rear.
256 - 1910.269(p)(1)(ii)(B) - Requirements for reverse signal alarms for vehicles with obstructed views to the rear.
257 - 1910.269(p)(1)(iii) - Whether shutting off the truck and disabling controls is a sufficient means of demonstrating that no employee would be endangered under 1910.269(p)(1)(iii).
258 - 1910.269(p)(4) - Application of 1910.269 to aerial lift devices.
259 - 1910.269(r)(7)(i) - Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Standard
260 - 1910.269(v) - Guarding energized electrical parts within cable trays (H.D. Roberts Jr/DEP/GIE/Harvey/26006)
261 - 1910.269(v)(4) - Guarding energized electrical parts within cable trays (H.D. Roberts Jr/DEP/GIE/Harvey/26006)
262 - 1910.269(g)(1)(v) - Fall protection requirements when working from ladders in the telecommunications industry.