# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.105 - Clarification of maintenance vs. construction activities; standards applicable to the removal and replacement of steel tanks and structural steel supports.
2 - 1926.105 - Fall protection, lifejacket, and lifesaving requirements when working over or near water.
3 - 1926.105 - OSHA's requirements for enclosed hardware used in 'third rail' ladder safety devices for towers.
4 - 1926.105 - Fall Protection in Steel Erection.
5 - 1926.105 - Oregon Fall Protection Policy for Residential Construction.
6 - 1926.105 - Fall protection during steel erection and the application to the construction industry.
7 - 1926.105 - Fall protection for workers engaged in steel erection.
8 - 1926.105 - Construction interpretation issues.
9 - 1926.105 - Fall hazards over 25 feet.
10 - 1926.105 - Fall Protection during Steel Erection
11 - 1926.105 - Fall Protection for Employees Engaged in Erecting or Dismantling Scaffolds.
12 - 1926.105 - Standards applicable during the erection of structual steel.
13 - 1926.105 - Hazard of falling in the steel erection industry.
14 - 1926.105 - OSHA requires a safety net unless the employer complys with one of the options allowed in 29 CFR 1926.105(a).
15 - 1926.105 - Employees exposed to falls of 25 feet or more must be protected by safety nets or some other device.
16 - 1926.105 - Standards that do not apply to overhand-bricklaying.;
17 - 1926.105 - Tie off of iron workers while performing connector operations is not always required.
18 - 1926.105 - Supports required for safety nets.
19 - 1926.105 - Flooring requirements for steel erection changed from 25 to 30 feet on June 30, 1974.