# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.602(a) - Whether "discriminating [back-up] alarms" may be used to meet the requirements of 29 CFR 1926.602(a)(9)(ii).
2 - 1926.602(a) - Whether the operator's cab of excavators must be equipped with seatbelts; §1926.602(a) and §1926.602(b).
3 - 1926.602(a) - Powered Industrial Truck 1910.178(l) training requirements applicable to construction; training for skid-steer loader operators.
4 - 1926.602(a) - Alternatives to common back-up alarms on construction motor vehicles; use of other effective technology or observers/signal persons.
5 - 1926.602(a) - Requirement to use seat belts during the operation of earthmoving equipment.
6 - 1926.602(a) - Crawler cranes used in construction work and back-up alarms.
7 - 1926.602(a)(1) - Guidelines for ROPS on pneumatic compactors and "skid steer" equipment.
8 - 1926.602(a)(1) - ROPs/seatbelts for roller compactors; lockout/tagout in construction.
9 - 1926.602(a)(1) - Rollover protective structures are required for earthmoving "dumpers."
10 - 1926.602(a)(6) - Rollover protective structures are required for earthmoving "dumpers."
11 - 1926.602(a)(1) - Requirement to use seat belts during the operation of earthmoving equipment.
12 - 1926.602(a)(2) - Requirement to use seat belts during the operation of earthmoving equipment.
13 - 1926.602(a)(2)(i) - Requirement to use seat belts during the operation of earthmoving equipment.
14 - 1926.602(a)(2)(ii) - Requirement to use seat belts during the operation of earthmoving equipment.
15 - 1926.602(a)(4) - Clarification of service braking system requirements for rubber- tire off-highway equipment.
16 - 1926.602(a)(9) - Use of an electronic back-up mirror used with a with a reverse audible alarm.
17 - 1926.602(a)(9) - Noise and potential hazard of backup alarms on equipment at construction sites.
18 - 1926.602(a)(9) - Requirements for back-up alarms on construction vehicles.
19 - 1926.602(a)(9) - Alternatives to common back-up alarms on construction motor vehicles; use of other effective technology or observers/signal persons.
20 - 1926.602(a)(9)(ii) - Alternatives to common back-up alarms on construction motor vehicles; use of other effective technology or observers/signal persons.
21 - 1926.602(a)(9) - Whether "discriminating [back-up] alarms" may be used to meet the requirements of 29 CFR 1926.602(a)(9)(ii).
22 - 1926.602(a)(9)(ii) - Whether "discriminating [back-up] alarms" may be used to meet the requirements of 29 CFR 1926.602(a)(9)(ii).
23 - 1926.602(a)(9)(i) - Horns and audible alarms.
24 - 1926.602(a)(9)(ii) - Requirements for back up alarms.
25 - 1926.602(a)(9)(ii) - "Obstructed view to the rear" relative to use of back-up alarms.
26 - 1926.602(a)(9)(ii) - Equipment reverse signal alarms must be audible above surrounding noise level.
27 - 1926.602(a)(9)(ii) - Permissible methods of operating trucks in reverse on construction sites.