# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926.754(c)(1) - Clarification regarding shop installed continuous bent plate in steel erection
2 - 1926.754(c)(1) - Prohibition of installation of sheer connectors and pour-stop angles to top flange of steel steel beams prior to decking.
3 - 1926.754(c)(1) - Evaluation of shop-installed angle iron on the top beam flange in Steel Erection.
4 - 1926.754(c)(1) - "Threaded studs" are prohibited from being installed prior to decking when they project.
5 - 1926.754(c)(1) - Sheer connector requirements in the steel erection standard to bridge repair/rehabilitation.
6 - 1926.754(c)(1) - Fall protection requirements for shop-installed shear connectors at 20 feet above ground or a lower level.
7 - 1926.754(c)(1) - Bridge construction will not be exempted from the sheer connector requirements of 1926.754(c)(1).
8 - 1926.754(c)(1)(i) - Fall protection requirements for shop-installed shear connectors at 20 feet above ground or a lower level.
9 - 1926.754(c)(1)(i) - Prohibition of installation of sheer connectors and pour-stop angles to top flange of steel steel beams prior to decking.
10 - 1926.754(c)(1)(i) - Request for variance on tripping hazards for shear connectors.
11 - 1926.754(c)(1)(i) - Installation of the HBS Composite Action System's continous plate prior to erection of beam poses tripping hazard.
12 - 1926.754(c)(1)(i) - "Threaded studs" are prohibited from being installed prior to decking when they project.
13 - 1926.754(c)(1)(i) - Compliance of shop-installed steel angle or bent plates running along the length of the top flange of a perimeter beam.
14 - 1926.754(c)(1)(i) - Evaluation of shop-installed angle iron on the top beam flange in Steel Erection.