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- 1917.45 - Employees exposed to crane or derrick. - 02/28/1984
- 1917.45 - Interpretation on standards for use of cranes during high wind conditions. - 03/26/1985
- 1917.45(g)(3) - Interpretation on standards for use of cranes during high wind conditions. - 03/26/1985