# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.303 - Application of OSHA standards when an employer is using the "Focused Electrode Leak Locator" (FELL)
2 - 1910.303 - NRTL requirements for gas-shielded arc welding equipment.
3 - 1910.303 - Confidentiality of employee post-exposure evaluations as it pertains to the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard; use of portable fans in phlebotomy collection rooms.
4 - 1910.303 - OSHA requirements for warning signs and protection from electric-arc-flash hazards and compliance with NFPA 70E-2004.
5 - 1910.303 - Approval of employee-furnished equipment for use in hazardous locations; definition of "electric utilization equipment."
6 - 1910.303 - Use of personal cooling fans listed for "residential use only" in an industrial setting.
7 - 1910.303 - Use of temporary panelboard ingress barriers in General Industry settings.
8 - 1910.303 - Electrical conductors and equipment must be approved and used according to its listing/label.
9 - 1910.303 - Acceptability of modifying a standard on/off switch to provide lockout capability to a machine.
10 - 1910.303 - Compliance requirements for relocatable power taps or "power strips"
11 - 1910.303 - Electrical Conductor Identification.
12 - 1910.303 - Requirements for emergency eyewash stations in retail autoparts stores
13 - 1910.303 - Standard requirements for eyewash and shower equipment, personnel and other protective equipment and air circulation fans, used in an automotive battery charging area
14 - 1910.303 - Approval requirements for electrical conductors and equipment.
15 - 1910.303 - Electrical standards as it applies to desktop computers.
16 - 1910.303 - Electrical safety related work practices applicable to employees operating or working on or nearby, motor control centers in the workplace.
17 - 1910.303 - Proper wiring of a new overhead crane.
18 - 1910.303 - Requirements relating to the operation of a two-spindle reaming/drilling/threading machine in a set-up mode.
19 - 1910.303 - Electrical interface units used to connect nurse call systems with pocket page transmitters and other ancillary equipment.
20 - 1910.303 - Acceptable use of the presence sensing device
21 - 1910.303 - Control systems used for emergency evacuation are required to be listed by Underwriter's Laboratories.
22 - 1910.303 - National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) Warning Alert Regarding Imported Circuit Breaker Panels
23 - 1910.303 - Testing equipment for use in potentially hazardous environments.
24 - 1910.303 - Unapproved Plug and Socket Combination.
25 - 1910.303 - "Mr. Ouch" Labeling System.
26 - 1910.303(a) - Use of temporary panelboard ingress barriers in General Industry settings.
27 - 1910.303(a) - OSHA practices in recognizing national testing laboratories.
28 - 1910.303(a) - Certification of Nurse Call Systems
29 - 1910.303(a) - Repair/Rebuilding of UL Listed Equipment for Hazardous Locations.
30 - 1910.303(a) - Control systems used for emergency evacuation are required to be listed by Underwriter's Laboratories.
31 - 1910.303(a) - Presence sensing devices (PSDs) for power presses
32 - 1910.303(a) - Clarification of the Electrical Standard as it applies to flexible power cords on appliances.
33 - 1910.303(a) - NRTL certification for electrically-operated sewer inspection equipment.
34 - 1910.303(a) - Acceptability of modifying a standard on/off switch to provide lockout capability to a machine.
35 - 1910.303(a) - Electrical conductors and equipment must be approved and used according to its listing/label.
36 - 1910.303(b)(2) - Electrical conductors and equipment must be approved and used according to its listing/label.
37 - 1910.303(a) - Electrical equipment approved by a NRTL is acceptable to OSHA.
38 - 1910.303(b) - Electrical equipment approved by a NRTL is acceptable to OSHA.
39 - 1910.303(a) - Approval of extension cords by a NRTL.
40 - 1910.303(a) - Workplace use of electrical equipment designated as "Household Use Only" and recordkeeping requirements.
41 - 1910.303(b)(2) - Workplace use of electrical equipment designated as "Household Use Only" and recordkeeping requirements.
42 - 1910.303(b) - Workplace use of electrical equipment designated as "Household Use Only" and recordkeeping requirements.
43 - 1910.303(a) - Approval requirements for replacement, modification, repair, or rehabilitation of electrical utilization equipment.
44 - 1910.303(a) - NRTL requirements for shielding gas regulators.
45 - 1910.303(a) - Application of 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S to design of industrial machinery
46 - 1910.303(b)(1) - Clarification of under voltage protection on metal-working equipment and emergency stop devices.
47 - 1910.303(b)(1) - Approval of employee-furnished equipment for use in hazardous locations; definition of "electric utilization equipment."
48 - 1910.303(b)(1)(i) - Acceptable job-made extension cords.
49 - 1910.303(e) - Acceptable job-made extension cords.
50 - 1910.303(b)(2) - The listing requirements in the U.S. for Industrial Packaging equipment.
51 - 1910.303(b)(2) - Applicable OSHA standards and safety considerations for microwave device use in a laboratory
52 - 1910.303(b)(2) - Compliance requirements for relocatable power taps or "power strips"
53 - 1910.303(b)(2) - Requirements for protecting against the automatic restart of low-voltage light-duty woodworking and metalworking equipment following an unscheduled electrical outage.
54 - 1910.303(b)(2) - Use of personal cooling fans listed for "residential use only" in an industrial setting.
55 - 1910.303(b)(2) - Acceptability of using a light switch as a disconnecting means for the electrical lockout/tagout standard.
56 - 1910.303(b)(2) - Installation and use of electrical equipment must be consistent with NRTL intructions for that equipment.
57 - 1910.303(b)(2) - Confidentiality of employee post-exposure evaluations as it pertains to the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard; use of portable fans in phlebotomy collection rooms.
58 - 1910.303(e) - OSHA requirements for warning signs and protection from electric-arc-flash hazards and compliance with NFPA 70E-2004.
59 - 1910.303(f) - Relevance of NFPA 70E industry consensus standard to OSHA requirements; whether OSHA requirements apply to owners.
60 - 1910.303(g) - Requirements for working clearances and spaces around electrical equipment, e.g., ladder cable trays.
61 - 1910.303(g)(2)(ii) - Requirements for working clearances and spaces around electrical equipment, e.g., ladder cable trays.
62 - 1910.303(h) - Requirements for working clearances and spaces around electrical equipment, e.g., ladder cable trays.
63 - 1910.303(h)(2)(ii) - Requirements for working clearances and spaces around electrical equipment, e.g., ladder cable trays.
64 - 1910.303(g) - Guarding energized equipment at voltages below 60 volts DC.
65 - 1910.303(g)(2) - Guarding energized equipment at voltages below 60 volts DC.
66 - 1910.303(h) - Guarding energized electrical parts within cable trays (H.D. Roberts Jr/DEP/GIE/Harvey/26006)
67 - 1910.303(g) - Guarding energized electrical parts within cable trays (H.D. Roberts Jr/DEP/GIE/Harvey/26006)
68 - 1910.303(g)(2) - Guarding energized electrical parts within cable trays (H.D. Roberts Jr/DEP/GIE/Harvey/26006)
69 - 1910.303(g)(1) - Safety electrical work practices; motor disconnects;work clearances.
70 - 1910.303(g)(1) - Electrical equipment grounding requirements on concrete floors.
71 - 1910.303(g)(1) - Update to September 26, 2002 interpretation letter regrading the guarding of live parts electrical requirements.
72 - 1910.303(g)(2) - Update to September 26, 2002 interpretation letter regrading the guarding of live parts electrical requirements.
73 - 1910.303(g)(1)(i) - Access and working space requirements for electric equipment (600V or less).
74 - 1910.303(g)(2) - Motor wiring connects.
75 - 1910.303(g)(2) - Use of ANSI C2-1997 as guidance for protecting employees working near insulated shielded conductors
76 - 1910.303(h)(2) - Use of ANSI C2-1997 as guidance for protecting employees working near insulated shielded conductors
77 - 1910.303(g)(2)(i) - Guarding requirements for 50 volts or more DC.
78 - 1910.303(g)(2)(ii) - "Approval" of flexible corrugated plastic covers and generic circuit breaker panel switch lockouts.
79 - 1910.303(g)(2)(ii) - Guidance on approval requirments for general circuit breaker panel swich lockouts in General Industry.