# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1926 - Training Requirements for HSE Consultants
2 - 1926 - Electronic Certification of Training
3 - 1926 - Policy Background on the Temporary Worker Initiative Posted
4 - 1926 - Whether OSHA requirements prohibit working from a portable stepladder and, if not, whether fall protection is required. 29 CFR 1926.1053(b).
5 - 1926 - 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.
6 - 1926 - Requirements of 1926.404(b)(1) application to 208-volt branch circuits; electrical subcontractor requirements under 1926.404(b)(1) to monitor other on-site subcontractors.
7 - 1926 - Application of OSHA construction standards to govern the use of pneumatic hand tools used in construction for cleaning concrete forms, bridge decks, and roads.
8 - 1926 - Requirement to use seat belts during the operation of earthmoving equipment.
9 - 1926 - OSHA standards set minimum safety and health requirements;they do not prohibit employers from adopting more stringent requirements.
10 - 1926 - Tunnel/Underground construction requirements: use of flexible bag lines for ventilation; location of main ventilation fan; and reversible ventilation.
11 - 1926 - There are no specific OSHA standards or requirements applicable to overhead doors.
12 - 1926 - Clarification of residential construction and fall protection requirements.
13 - 1926 - Use of electronic signature pad to record signatures for training certification.
14 - 1926 - Electronic recordkeeping of employee safety training records.
15 - 1926 - Scaffolds used in the Construction Industry.
16 - 1926 - PVC used in window frames and siding.
17 - 1926 - Scaffolds used in the Construction Industry.
18 - 1926 - Fall Protection requirements in the Construction Standard.
19 - 1926 - Notification of standard action, final rule; corrections and technical amendments.
20 - 1926 - Contractors and the criteria for applying the Construction Work Standard.
21 - 1926 - Most cited standards for fiscal year 1995
22 - 1926 - General concerns in the Construction Industry.
23 - 1926 - The new fall protection provisions of Subpart M and their application to various types of aerial lifts
24 - 1926 - Guidance to Compliance Officers for Focused Inspections in the Construction Industry.
25 - 1926 - The soil classification system.
26 - 1926 - Toilets are not required at construction jobsites if transportation is readily available to nearby facilities.
27 - 1926 - Elevator Hazards During Construction
28 - 1926 - Timber shoring for trenches
29 - 1926 - Application of the OSHA standards 1910 and 1926 to "Operating Plant Services"
30 - 1926 - Construction multi-employer worksites.
31 - 1926 - Appeal's court rules that modular housing assembly will be regulated as manufacturing.
32 - 1926 - Requirements for the use of stilts in the construction industry.
33 - 1926 - Twist lock receptacles and attachment plugs.
34 - 1926 - Personnel Protective Equipment - Steel Erection.