# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.500(b) - Clarification of personal ladder boom system requirements
2 - 1926.500(b) - Fall protection requirements for employees working on an elevator car frame.
3 - 1926.500(b) - Whether a manufacturer-stipulated minimum anchor point elevation of 18 feet precludes the use of a shock absorbing lanyard in an aerial lift.
4 - 1926.500(b) - When protective measures must be installed after a hole is created on a construction worksite.
5 - 1926.500(b) - Under Subpart M, whether a lanyard may be connected to another lanyard by a snaphook, provided the potential fall distance is six feet or less.
6 - 1926.500(b) - Clarification if a depression constitutes a hole or unprotected side/edge and associated fall protection requirements.
7 - 1926.500(b) - The construction fall protection standard specifies fall arrest system requirements, but no footwear requirements.
8 - 1926.500(b) - Fall protection requirements for stairwells and mechanical chase openings surrounded by interior stud walls in residential construction.
9 - 1926.500(b) - Additional fall protection requirements for concrete trucks when work platforms are equipped with guardrails and toeboards.
10 - 1926.500(b) - Fall protection requirements for an employee working from a ladder on a walking/working surface other than the ground.
11 - 1926.500(b) - Standards applicable to aerial lifts; acceptable uses of body belts as restraint systems and positioning devices.
12 - 1926.500(b) - Neither a waist nor chest strap is a required part of body harness.
13 - 1926.500(b) - Clarification of fall protection requirements for open holes on a construction site.