# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.502(d) - Suspended scaffold and fall protection requirements applicable to elevator construction
2 - 1926.502(d) - Fall protection requirements applicable during the construction of retaining walls
3 - 1926.502(d) - Federal requirements for the anchorages and connectors in personal fall arrest systems.
4 - 1926.502(d) - Fall protection requirements for employees working on an elevator car frame.
5 - 1926.502(d) - Whether compliance with an updated ANSI standard on gate strength for carabiners and snaphooks is required.
6 - 1926.502(d) - Whether a manufacturer-stipulated minimum anchor point elevation of 18 feet precludes the use of a shock absorbing lanyard in an aerial lift.
7 - 1926.502(d) - Whether the "Clear Gear Lanyard Elevator" conforms to OSHA construction standards.
8 - 1926.502(d) - Re: Application of OSHA's de minimis policy to the requirements of 29 CFR 1926.452(o)(3) and 29 CFR 1926.552(c)(1) - 1926.552(c)(4), 1926.552(c)(8), 1926.552(c)(13), 1926.552(c)(14)(i), and 1926.552(c)(16) regarding certain chimney construction work.
9 - 1926.502(d) - Fall protection components from different manufacturers may be used together provided connecting parts are sized compatibly.
10 - 1926.502(d) - Compliance of an aerial lift fall protection device connected with a releasable tether and a non-releasable tether.
11 - 1926.502(d) - Clarification of several residential construction and fall protection issues.
12 - 1926.502(d) - Clarification of 1926.502(d)(6) term "designed for" in snaphook connections.
13 - 1926.502(d) - Use of aerial lift or scissor lift guardrails as a work or scaffold platform.
14 - 1926.502(d) - Standards applicable to aerial lifts; acceptable uses of body belts as restraint systems and positioning devices.
15 - 1926.502(d) - Use of aerial lifts to transport workers to elevated workstations; scissor lifts are not covered by the aerial lift provisions.
16 - 1926.502(d) - Application of the Confined Spaces Advisor to construction; personal fall arrest system requirements.
17 - 1926.502(d) - Fall protection for various lift-devices; restraint, positioning, fall arrest and rescue requirements; maintenance vs. construction examples.
18 - 1926.502(d) - Lanyards and vertical lifelines must meet breaking and tensile strength requirements.
19 - 1926.502(d) - Anchoring of fall arrest system to aerial lifts; fall arrest vs. restraint systems.
20 - 1926.502(d) - Shock absorbing lanyards are not mandatory.
21 - 1926.502(d) - Fall protection during electrical maintenance and construction work on aerial lifts.
22 - 1926.502(d) - Fall protection for vendors delivering roofing materials.
23 - 1926.502(d) - Fall protection and pipe racks.
24 - 1926.502(d)(8) - Wire rope clips on suspension scaffolds; safety latches on large crane hooks; order of assembly for hanging scaffolds; and horizontal lifeline design.
25 - 1926.502(d)(14) - Wire rope clips on suspension scaffolds; safety latches on large crane hooks; order of assembly for hanging scaffolds; and horizontal lifeline design.
26 - 1926.502(d)(15) - Wire rope clips on suspension scaffolds; safety latches on large crane hooks; order of assembly for hanging scaffolds; and horizontal lifeline design.
27 - 1926.502(d)(15) - Reinforcing steel (rebar) assemblies: questions regarding fall protection and training.
28 - 1926.502(d)(15) - Whether a manufacturer-stipulated minimum anchor point elevation of 18 feet precludes the use of a shock absorbing lanyard in an aerial lift.
29 - 1926.502(d)(16)(iii) - Whether a manufacturer-stipulated minimum anchor point elevation of 18 feet precludes the use of a shock absorbing lanyard in an aerial lift.
30 - 1926.502(d)(15) - Requirements for PRCS attendants; Fall arrest system anchorage point
31 - 1926.502(d)(15) - Scaffolds may serve as fall arrest anchorages.
32 - 1926.502(d)(23) - Fall protection anchorage points: guardrail systems and cranes
33 - 1926.502(d)(15) - Fall protection anchorage points: guardrail systems and cranes
34 - 1926.502(d)(15) - GFCI and coverplate requirements in construction;use of fall arrest systems and scaffolding.
35 - 1926.502(d)(17) - GFCI and coverplate requirements in construction;use of fall arrest systems and scaffolding.
36 - 1926.502(d)(15)(i) - Applicability of the steel erection standard to repair and installation of metal roofing and roofing accessories.
37 - 1926.502(d)(15)(ii) - Applicability of the steel erection standard to repair and installation of metal roofing and roofing accessories.
38 - 1926.502(d)(15) - Applicability of the steel erection standard to repair and installation of metal roofing and roofing accessories.
39 - 1926.502(d)(15) - Fall protection requirements for employees working on an elevator car frame.
40 - 1926.502(d)(16) - Waist/chest strap as part of full body harness.
41 - 1926.502(d)(16) - Neither a waist nor chest strap is a required part of body harness.
42 - 1926.502(d)(16) - Whether it is permissible to anchor a fall arrest system at an employee's feet.
43 - 1926.502(d)(16)(iii) - Whether it is permissible to anchor a fall arrest system at an employee's feet.
44 - 1926.502(d)(16) - Criteria and protocols for determining whether peronal fall arrest systems comply with OSHA standards
45 - 1926.502(d)(16)(iii) - Criteria and protocols for determining whether peronal fall arrest systems comply with OSHA standards
46 - 1926.502(d)(16)(iii) - Criteria for personal fall arrest systems.
47 - 1926.502(d)(16)(iv) - Criteria for personal fall arrest systems.
48 - 1926.502(d)(16)(v) - Criteria for personal fall arrest systems.
49 - 1926.502(d)(16)(iii) - Fall protection requirements for fixed and portable ladders in construction.
50 - 1926.502(d)(19) - Clarification on several issues regarding OSHA's construction industry standards for fall protection
51 - 1926.502(d)(20) - Clarification on several issues regarding OSHA's construction industry standards for fall protection
52 - 1926.502(d)(21) - Clarification on several issues regarding OSHA's construction industry standards for fall protection
53 - 1926.502(d)(20) - Fall protection for various lift-devices; restraint, positioning, fall arrest and rescue requirements; maintenance vs. construction examples.
54 - 1926.502(d)(21) - Compliance requirements for the use of U-bolt-type cable clamps in horizontal lifelines.
55 - 1926.502(d)(23) - Use of aerial lift or scissor lift guardrails as a work or scaffold platform.
56 - 1926.502(d)(3) - Whether OSHA will rely on ANSI Z359.1-2007, regarding snaphook compressive strength requirements, in enforcing the general duty clause with respect to personal fall arrest systems in construction, as announced in Letter #20070920-8088.
57 - 1926.502(d)(4) - Whether OSHA will rely on ANSI Z359.1-2007, regarding snaphook compressive strength requirements, in enforcing the general duty clause with respect to personal fall arrest systems in construction, as announced in Letter #20070920-8088.
58 - 1926.502(d)(5) - Fall protection components from different manufacturers may be used together provided connecting parts are sized compatibly.
59 - 1926.502(d)(6) - Fall protection components from different manufacturers may be used together provided connecting parts are sized compatibly.
60 - 1926.502(d)(5) - Compatibility requirements of fall protection equipment from different manufacturers.
61 - 1926.502(d)(6) - Compatibility requirements of fall protection equipment from different manufacturers.
62 - 1926.502(d)(6) - Clarification of 1926.502(d)(6) term "designed for" in snaphook connections.
63 - 1926.502(d)(6) - 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.