# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.350 - Storage of compressed gas cylinders used in construction work.
2 - 1926.350 - Whether empty compressed gas cylinders may be laid horizontally when stored.
3 - 1926.350 - Use of the "Regulator Umbrella" for "in use" or "connected for use" conditions for portable compressed gas cylinders.
4 - 1926.350 - Storage of oxygen and acetylene cylinders for construction vs. general industry.
5 - 1926.350 - General industry and construction standards regarding "in use" or "ready to use" and "storage" of compressed gas and oxygen cylinders for welding; §1910.253(b)(2)-1910.253(b)(4) and §1926.350(a)(10).
6 - 1926.350 - 29 CFR 1926.350(a)(7), securing compressed gas cylinders - rational for and hazards addressed by the requirement.
7 - 1926.350 - Removal of regulators and use of valve protection caps when hoisting compressed gas cylinders.
8 - 1926.350 - Requirement and design of fire-resistant barriers for oxygen and fuel-gas cylinders.
9 - 1926.350 - Gas cylinder carts with patented engineered steel fire barriers compliance with 1926.350(a)(10).
10 - 1926.350 - Transportation of compressed gas chambers.
11 - 1926.350 - Propane pre-heaters used to pre-heat steel in field construction.
12 - 1926.350 - The handling, storing, and using of Methylacetylene- Prepadiene, Stabilized (MPS) gas in below ground-level construction work.
13 - 1926.350 - Methylacetylene-propadiene, stabilized, by definition, is not a liquefied petroleum gas, but is considered as a fuel gas.
14 - 1926.350 - Clarification of 29 CFR 1926.350(b)(4) to Permit Cylinders Containing Oxygen, Acetylene or Other Fuel Gas to be Taken into Tunnels.