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# Federal Registers
1 2015 - 05/04/2015 - Confined Spaces in Construction; Final Rule - 80:25365-25526
# Standard Interpretations
1 2012 - 02/06/2012 - Application of the multi-employer policy to particular construction standards.
2 2006 - 07/10/2006 - Construction of aboveground storage tanks and confined space; §§1926.21(b)(6) and 1910.146; General duty clause.
3 2005 - 03/02/2005 - Emergency medical services on construction sites.
4 2003 - 01/16/2003 - Necessary precautions required to prevent entry into a swinging superstructure's radius.
5 1996 - 04/30/1996 - Information on temporary workers, particularly those in the electronic assembly industry.
6 1995 - 03/14/1995 - OSHA standards addressing training for employees using personal fall arrest equipment.
7 1994 - 01/27/1994 - OSHA does not cross reference general industry and construction standards.
8 1993 - 10/08/1993 - Confined space standard for general industry.
9 1993 - 09/23/1993 - Confined space standard for general industry.
10 1993 - 08/18/1993 - Willful violations for lack of general training in construction.
11 1992 - 10/23/1992 - Certification of aerial lift operators.
12 1992 - 06/15/1992 - Soil testing for excavations and confined spaces.
13 1992 - 01/06/1992 - Welding and Noise in confined space
14 1991 - 06/14/1991 - Boilermakers rebuilding an incinerator in a clean area at a Superfund site
15 1985 - 08/26/1985 - Citing 29 CFR 1926.20 and 21 for contractors or subcontractors that do not have Federal contributions
16 1975 - 07/07/1975 - Clarification of 29 CFR 1926.350(b)(4) to Permit Cylinders Containing Oxygen, Acetylene or Other Fuel Gas to be Taken into Tunnels.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1926.21 - Safety training and education.

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