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# Federal Registers
1 2014 - 09/24/2014 - Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution; Electrical Protective Equipment; Corrections - 79:56955-56962
2 1990 - 11/01/1990 - Corrections to Final Rule on Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices - 55:46052
3 1990 - 08/06/1990 - Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices Final Rule - 55:31984-32020
4 1988 - 06/09/1988 - Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices - 53:21694-6
# Standard Interpretations
1 2010 - 05/18/2010 - Whether use of personal protective equipment is mandatory when working under heat stress conditions.
2 2006 - 11/14/2006 - OSHA requirements for warning signs and protection from electric-arc-flash hazards and compliance with NFPA 70E-2004.
3 2006 - 07/28/2006 - Clarification about 29 CFR 1910.333 and 29 CFR 1910.147 as they relate to work inside an electrical panel and on related equipment.
4 2003 - 07/25/2003 - Relevance of NFPA 70E industry consensus standard to OSHA requirements; whether OSHA requirements apply to owners.
5 1996 - 05/20/1996 - Letter requesting interpretation of the OSHA electrical standards as they apply to employees using insulated hand tools.
6 1992 - 04/28/1992 - Minimally acceptable levels of illumination; Resistor banks on overhead cranes; Overhead lines; Protective gloves on energized equipment.
7 1990 - 09/07/1990 - Applicability of the new Electrical Safety final rule, Subpart S, to the construction industry
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1910.335 - Safeguards for personnel protection.

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