# Regulations
1 - 1926.1053(a) - Ladders.
# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.1053 - Clarification of personal ladder boom system requirements
2 - 1926.1053 - Clarification on when a trestle ladder would be considered a stepladder.
3 - 1926.1053 - Using a stepladder as a non-self-supporting ladder.
4 - 1926.1053 - Use of fixed ladders constructed prior to the effective date of 29 CFR 1926 - Subpart X.
5 - 1926.1053 - Whether a concrete form panel with horizontal ribs meets the requirements in Part 1926 Subpart X for fixed ladders.
6 - 1926.1053 - Whether 29 CFR 1926.1053(a)(18) and 1926.1053(a)(19) apply to an attachable ladder used on scaffolding.
7 - 1926.1053 - The upper rails and end caps of self-supporting ladders are not required to be slip-resistant.
8 - 1926.1053 - Portable ladders not extending 3 feet above upper landing must be secured.
9 - 1926.1053 - Applicable regulations to a metal cable ladder that is similar to a Jacob's Ladder.
10 - 1926.1053 - Fall protection requirements for an employee working from a ladder on a walking/working surface other than the ground.
11 - 1926.1053 - Construction standards for equipment such as Shuttle Buggy.
12 - 1926.1053 - OSHA compliance of Terra Flex stair system (models L-400 and A-500).
13 - 1926.1053 - OSHA's fixed ladder requirements do not apply to vehicle-mounted fixed ladders.
14 - 1926.1053 - Requirements for use of ladder hoisting wheels.
15 - 1926.1053 - OSHA's requirements for enclosed hardware used in 'third rail' ladder safety devices for towers.
16 - 1926.1053 - Ridge hook-supported ladders.
17 - 1926.1053 - Letter of compliance for a ladder stand-off with handrails device.
18 - 1926.1053 - Whether or not fall protection is to be used when reinforcing steel is being installed and application of OSHA's job-made ladder requirements to rebar cages.
19 - 1926.1053 - Specialty Ladders Used in Manholes