# Regulations
1 - 1910.399 - Definitions applicable to this subpart.
# Settlement Agreement
1 - Corporate-Wide Settlement Agreement - Imperial Sugar Company; Imperial Savannah, L.P.; Imperial Distribution, Inc. - 07/07/2010
# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.399 - Application of 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S to design of industrial machinery
2 - 1910.399 - NRTL requirements for shielding gas regulators.
3 - 1910.399 - Approval of employee-furnished equipment for use in hazardous locations; definition of "electric utilization equipment."
4 - 1910.399 - Acceptability of using a light switch as a disconnecting means for the electrical lockout/tagout standard.
5 - 1910.399 - The definition of "Readily accessible" does not necessarily preclude the locking of electrical panels, provided those needing ready access are provided a key or lock combination.
6 - 1910.399 - Approval requirements for replacement, modification, repair, or rehabilitation of electrical utilization equipment.
7 - 1910.399 - Use of personal cooling fans listed for "residential use only" in an industrial setting.
8 - 1910.399 - Use of temporary panelboard ingress barriers in General Industry settings.
9 - 1910.399 - Electrical equipment approved by a NRTL is acceptable to OSHA.
10 - 1910.399 - Acceptability of locking switches in the closed (on) position for transformers attached to the main bus duct system.
11 - 1910.399 - Fixed Wiring in Research Facilities and High Voltage Cable Tray Systems at Department of Energy (DOE) Research Laboratories
12 - 1910.399 - Electrical equipment grounding requirements on concrete floors.
13 - 1910.399 - Installation and use of electrical equipment must be consistent with NRTL intructions for that equipment.
14 - 1910.399 - Use of portable vacuum cleaners for cleaning up aluminum and wood dust.
15 - 1910.399 - Acceptability of modifying a standard on/off switch to provide lockout capability to a machine.
16 - 1910.399 - Electrical safety requirements for rechargeable racks for paging transmitters.
17 - 1910.399 - Applicable OSHA standards and safety considerations for microwave device use in a laboratory.
18 - 1910.399 - Applicability of OSHA's LOTO standards; isolation and verification procedures.
19 - 1910.399 - Electrical Conductor Identification.
20 - 1910.399 - Clarification of the OSHA standards applicable to H. VIR (inspection) Windows installed in electrical equipment enclosures.
21 - 1910.399 - Grounding requirements with respect to a battery charger used with rechargeable power tools.
22 - 1910.399 - The Canadian Standards Association, a nationally recognized testing laboratory, marking and double insulated tools.
23 - 1910.399 - Variance request.
24 - 1910.399 - Certification of manufactured products intended for use in the workplace.
25 - 1910.399 - All electrical equipment must be approved.
26 - 1910.399 - Electrical standards as it applies to desktop computers.
27 - 1910.399 - Use of general protective equipment and tools by employees when working near exposed energized conductors or circuit parts in the workplace.
28 - 1910.399 - The use of Maxon-CS-0520-HD VHF transceivers.
29 - 1910.399 - Repair/Rebuilding of UL Listed Equipment for Hazardous Locations.
30 - 1910.399 - The listing requirements in the U.S. for Industrial Packaging equipment.
31 - 1910.399 - Interpretation concerning dry type 5-15 kv transformers and definitions of the terms "acceptable" and "special equipment".
32 - 1910.399 - Testing equipment for use in potentially hazardous environments.
33 - 1910.399 - Nationally recognized testing laboratories evaluate safety features of electrical devices.