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# Directives
1 1998 - 05/28/1998 - CPL 02-00-051 [CPL 2-0.51J] - Enforcement Exemptions and Limitations under the Appropriations Act.
2 1992 - 06/22/1992 - CPL 02-02-042 [CPL 2-2.42] - Guidelines for Implementing the Field Sanitation Standard.
3 1987 - 09/21/1987 - CSP 01-01-019 [STP 2-1.138] - Field Sanitation; Final Rule
# Fact Sheets (Program Highlights)
1 1992 - 01/01/1992 - OSHA's Field Sanitation Standard - [92-25]
# Federal Registers
1 2012 - 01/25/2012 - Delegation of Authority and Assignment of Responsibility to the Assistant Secretary for Occupational Safety and Health; Notice - 77: 3912-3913
2 2010 - 09/10/2010 - Delegation of Authority and Assignment of Responsibility - 75:55355-55356
3 2008 - 06/06/2008 - Delegation of Authorities and Assignment of Responsibilities to the Assistant Secretary for Employment Standards and Other Officials in the Employment Standards Administration - 73:32423-32426
4 2007 - 06/05/2007 - Delegation of Authority and Assignment of Responsibility to the Assistant Secretary for Occupational Safety and Health; Notice - 72:31159-31161
5 2007 - 05/08/2007 - Secretary's Order 4-2007 - Delegation of Authorities and Assignment of Responsibilities to the Assistant Secretary for Employment Standards and Other Officials in the Employment Standards Administration - 72:26159-26162
6 2002 - 10/22/2002 - Secretary's Order 5-2002; Delegation of Authority and Assignment of Responsibility to the Assistant Secretary for Occupational Safety and Health - 67:65007-65009
7 2000 - 08/16/2000 - Delegation of Authority and Assignment of Responsibility to the Assistant Secretary for Occupational Safety and Health. - 65:50017-50018
8 2000 - 06/09/2000 - State Plans: Coverage of the United States Postal Service and Other Coverage Issues -- Changes to Level of Federal Enforcement for Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, the Virgin Islands, Washington and Wyoming. - 65:36617-36630
9 1997 - 01/02/1997 - Delegation of Authorities and Assignment of Responsibilities to the Assistant Secretary for Employment Standards and Other Officials in the Employment Standards Administration. - 62:107-111
10 1992 - 11/27/1992 - Request for public comment on Washington State Standards - 57:56378
11 1987 - 05/01/1987 - Field Sanitation - 52:16050-96
12 1984 - 04/06/1984 - Field Sanitation - 49:13714
13 1984 - 03/01/1984 - Field Sanitation; Proposed Rule; Request for Comments - 49:7589
14 1976 - 07/02/1976 - Field Sanitary Facilities - 41:27378
15 1976 - 06/30/1976 - Field Sanitary Facilities - 41:26941
16 1976 - 06/29/1976 - Field Sanitary Facilities - 41:26716-7
17 1976 - 04/24/1976 - Field Sanitary Facilities - 41:17576-9
# Standard Interpretations
1 2005 - 07/20/2005 - The requirements for washing facilities on construction jobsites.
2 1999 - 09/17/1999 - Field sanitation standard requirements; OSHA does not approve products.
3 1997 - 06/10/1997 - OSHA regulation on "piped" potable water supply.
4 1994 - 04/25/1994 - Field Sanitation Standard.
5 1991 - 10/31/1991 - Field Sanitation Standard.
6 1990 - 07/30/1990 - Applicability of Field Sanitation Standard to Reforestation Activities.
7 1990 - 01/24/1990 - The issuance of citations by OSHA to A. Gustaf Bryngelson of Rupert, Idaho.
8 1989 - 11/06/1989 - Applicability of the Field Sanitation Standard.
9 1989 - 09/05/1989 - Policy change regarding the scope of coverage of the field sanitation standard.
10 1989 - 02/06/1989 - Interpretation of 1928.110(a) defining "Field Worker".
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1928.110 - Field Sanitation.

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