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# Federal Registers
1 1997 - 04/17/1997 - Susan Harwood Training Grant Program - 62:18799-18801
# Standard Interpretations
1 2009 - 01/05/2009 - Whether catch platforms (used to catch an employee in the event of a fall from a working surface above) must comply with OSHA's scaffold standard, Subpart L.
2 2007 - 12/10/2007 - Are podium ladders covered under 29 CFR 1926 Subpart X or Subpart L?
3 2007 - 08/27/2007 - "Scaffolds"
4 2005 - 06/17/2005 - Requirements for being designated a competent person under Part 1926 Subpart L (Scaffolds).
5 2000 - 02/23/2000 - Applicability of Subpart L and Subpart X to stair towers used for access to multistory buildings.
6 1999 - 08/03/1999 - Exclusive use of videotape training for construction workers.
7 1999 - 02/01/1999 - The difference between maintenance and construction;scaffold inspection requirements; and definition of periodic scaffold inspection.
8 1996 - 04/02/1996 - Portable ladders.
9 1995 - 11/01/1995 - The applicability of Subpart M to equipment covered by ANSI A92, and an interpretation with regard to suspended cages and work platforms on forklift trucks.
10 1995 - 09/25/1995 - Requesting OSHA to comment on the Scaffold Industry Association testing procedures to determine fall arrest tie-off locations.
11 1994 - 03/31/1994 - Manually operated winch and tripod system used for raising, lowering and supporting employees.
12 1994 - 01/27/1994 - Demolition regulations do apply to the removal of ceilings and interior non-load bearing walls and partitions.
13 1993 - 07/12/1993 - Pump jack scaffold bracing.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1926 Subpart L - Authority for 1926 Subpart L

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