# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.702 - Whether OSHA prohibits the use of a double D-bend elbow ("Rams Horn") shut-off valve at the end of a concrete pumping hose.
2 - 1926.702 - Whether it is mandatory to use a wet saw when cutting brick or concrete block.
3 - 1926.702 - Materials used for constructing guardrails.
4 - 1926.702 - OSHA standard addressing the materials used for constructing guardrails.
5 - 1926.702 - Recommendations to Increase Availability of SAVES to the Field
6 - 1926.702(a) - Requirements for leaving construction equipment and powder-actuated tools unattended on a construction building site; impalement protection from reinforcing steel for masonry workers on a scaffold.
7 - 1926.702(b) - Requirements for leaving construction equipment and powder-actuated tools unattended on a construction building site; impalement protection from reinforcing steel for masonry workers on a scaffold.
8 - 1926.702(b) - Guard requirements for concrete mixers with loading skips.
9 - 1926.702(c) - Centrifugal safety switch for a concrete trowel machine is acceptable.
10 - 1926.702(e) - Whether OSHA prohibits the use of a double D-bend elbow ("Rams Horn") shut-off valve at the end of a concrete pumping hose.
11 - 1926.702(e)(1) - Standards and enforcement policy for construction concrete pumping operations using 'concrete boom pump trucks. '
12 - 1926.702(i)(2) - Whether it is mandatory to use a wet saw when cutting brick or concrete block.