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# Directives
1 1978 - 10/30/1978 - STD 01-12-019 [STD 1-12.19] - Application 1910.212(a)(1) to Sewing Machines in the Light Apparel Manufacturing Industries.
2 1978 - 10/30/1978 - STD 01-12-010 [STD 1-12.10] - Application of 29 CFR 1910.212(a)(1) to Food Waste Disposal Equipment
# Standard Interpretations
1 2005 - 07/07/2005 - Machine guarding and exposure to hazards from robotic laundry shuttles.
2 2005 - 02/08/2005 - Use of the European Norms and European Community machinery directive to comply with the 1910.212 "General [guarding] requirements for all machines."
3 2004 - 02/11/2004 - Use of laser guarding systems with hydraulic press brakes.
4 1999 - 12/08/1999 - Guarding requirements and options for packaging and pelletizing machines.
5 1999 - 02/26/1999 - OSHA enforcement policy on vertical food mixers.
6 1991 - 03/04/1991 - Machine Guarding
7 1990 - 10/15/1990 - Point-of-operation guards for drill presses and lathes.
8 1990 - 03/21/1990 - Machine guarding for drilling operations.
9 1989 - 08/03/1989 - The feasibility of OSHA's machine guarding requirements in their workplace.
10 1987 - 11/02/1987 - Acceptable guarding for continuous cycling boneless meat tenderizers.
11 1984 - 07/30/1984 - Riding of vertical reciprocating conveyors is prohibited.
12 1980 - 12/15/1980 - Oil Rig Inspection.
13 1980 - 02/21/1980 - Kelly Bushings on Oil Well Drilling Rigs
14 1979 - 01/26/1979 - Appropriate guarding of lathe chucks.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1910.212 - General requirements for all machines.

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