# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.62(d) - Use of X-ray fluorescence (XRF) is not acceptable to determine employee lead exposures
2 - 1926.62(d) - Abrasive blasting monitoring requirements and sampling procedures.
3 - 1926.62(d) - Using X-ray fluorescence for analysis of lead in paint and applicability of other agencies lead levels.
4 - 1926.62(d)(1)(iii) - Use of an x-ray fluorescence analyzer (XRF) as a field screening tool for lead
5 - 1926.62(d)(2) - Using X-ray fluorescence for analysis of lead in paint and applicability of other agencies lead levels.
6 - 1926.62(d)(2)(i)(A) - Using X-ray fluorescence for analysis of lead in paint and applicability of other agencies lead levels.
7 - 1926.62(d)(2) - Requirement for an employer to conduct an exposure assessment for tasks involving lead-containing paint
8 - 1926.62(d)(2)(i)(A) - Requirement for an employer to conduct an exposure assessment for tasks involving lead-containing paint
9 - 1926.62(d)(3)(iii) - Requirement for an employer to conduct an exposure assessment for tasks involving lead-containing paint
10 - 1926.62(d)(3)(iv)(A) - Requirement for an employer to conduct an exposure assessment for tasks involving lead-containing paint
11 - 1926.62(d)(3)(iv)(B) - Requirement for an employer to conduct an exposure assessment for tasks involving lead-containing paint
12 - 1926.62(d)(2) - Shearing a structural member during demolition is not considered cutting as that term is used in 1926.62.