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# Federal Registers
1 2001 - 10/03/2001 - Standards on Walking-Working Surfaces; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's Approval of Information-Collection (Paperwork) Requirements - 66:50457-50458
2 1998 - 09/30/1998 - Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request - 63:52298-52300
3 1998 - 06/26/1998 - Walking-Working Surfaces; Information Collection Requirements. - 63:34933-34934
4 1984 - 02/10/1984 - Scaffolding - 49:5318
5 1984 - 02/10/1984 - Revocation of Advisory and Repetitive Standards - 49:5318
6 1982 - 05/28/1982 - Scaffolding - 47:23479
7 1974 - 10/18/1974 - Variance - 39:37278
8 1972 - 03/31/1972 - Scaffolding - 37:6575
# Standard Interpretations
1 2008 - 10/02/2008 - Determining scaffold support capability.
2 2007 - 08/21/2007 - Clarification of the phrase "when required" as used specifically in 29 CFR 1910.28.
3 2006 - 04/19/2006 - Safe tieback angles for controlled boatswain's chairs.
4 2006 - 02/27/2006 - Fall protection and aerial lifts in the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution industries.
5 1999 - 12/02/1999 - Agricultural operations: OSHA enforcement limitations and standards.
6 1999 - 02/01/1999 - The difference between maintenance and construction;scaffold inspection requirements; and definition of periodic scaffold inspection.
7 1996 - 09/04/1996 - An installation which has permanent davit arms and davit bases, but does not have a powered platform; a rental stage is brought in for maintenance.
8 1996 - 08/09/1996 - OSHA's requirement for certification for building roof anchor points & the "Certificate of Regulation Compliance Building" form.
9 1995 - 03/08/1995 - Interpretation Regarding Guardrails Proposed for Coors Stadium.
10 1994 - 03/31/1994 - Manually operated winch and tripod system used for raising, lowering and supporting employees.
11 1992 - 05/21/1992 - Fall hazards over 25 feet.
12 1992 - 01/09/1992 - Apparent inconsistency between the scaffolding requirements in the general industry standard and the construction standard.
13 1990 - 07/23/1990 - OSHA acceptance and treatment of abatement methods specified in the proposed standard 1910.28, Fall Protection Systems.
14 1990 - 05/17/1990 - The rung spacing between horizontal members of the end frames of metal scaffolds used as ladders rungs for access or egress.
15 1990 - 01/09/1990 - Use of horizontal members of the end frames of metal scaffolds as safe access.
16 1988 - 05/16/1988 - Procedural policy regarding elevated work platforms suspended from cranes or derricks used in general industry applications.
17 1986 - 09/05/1986 - Testing requirements for the power units or manually operated winches of single-point adjustable suspension scaffolds.
18 1985 - 07/17/1985 - Clarification and the applicability of regulations pertaining to exterior building work platforms used for window washing.
19 1985 - 07/16/1985 - Standard applicable to two point suspension scaffolds and power platforms used in window cleaning and to hazards in refrigeration plants.
20 1985 - 03/26/1985 - Interpretation on standards for use of cranes during high wind conditions.
21 1983 - 12/30/1983 - Use of an Aluminum Pole Jack Scaffold at a 50 foot shoulder working height.
22 1983 - 08/29/1983 - Clarification of the words "open sides" for two-point suspension scaffolds.
23 1982 - 05/21/1982 - Clarification on window cleaning operations.
24 1982 - 03/18/1982 - Clarification of Power Platforms for Exterior Building Maintenance.
25 1976 - 08/10/1976 - Clarification of what constitutes lashing or stability for portable scaffolds.
26 1974 - 07/01/1974 - Width of Scaffold Platforms.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1910.28 - Safety requirements for scaffolding.

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