# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.751 - Whether an employer can use a controlled access zone during curtain wall installation.
2 - 1926.751 - Distinction between "column" and "post" in the Safety Standards for Steel Erection, 29 CFR 1926 SubpartR.
3 - 1926.751 - Evaluation if moving point-to-point on concrete wall to make initial connections of structural steel is "connecting" work; landing loads on systems-engineered metal building.
4 - 1926.751 - Compliance of using warning lines and/or control access zones for fall protection on roofs with a slope greater than 4:12.
5 - 1926.751 - Applicability of the steel erection standard to repair and installation of metal roofing and roofing accessories.
6 - 1926.751 - Decision to release the new compliance directive for the steel erection standard in draft form.
7 - 1926.751 - History and background of the Steel Erection Final Rule.
8 - 1926.751 - Fall protection requirements of various construction (1926) standards.
9 - 1926.751 - The standard does not mandate that tag lines must be used every time a load is being moved.
10 - 1926.751 - Christmas Treeing, Steel Erection.
11 - 1926.751 - "Longspan" refers to any joist or truss spanning 40 feet or more.
12 - 1926.751 - Clarification of OSHA's regulations formerly codified at 1518.751(c)(i), now 29 CFR 1926,751 (c)(2).
13 - 1926.751 - "Double Connection".
14 - 1926.751 - Placement of structural members when assembling structural steel.