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# Federal Registers
1 2013 - 11/06/2013 - Updating OSHA Standards Based on National Consensus Standards; Signage - 78: 66642-66643
2 1988 - 07/28/1988 - Personal Protective Equipment - 53:28462-28483
3 1985 - 06/28/1985 - Variance - 50:26853-55
4 1984 - 02/10/1984 - Special Industries - 49:5318
5 1984 - 02/10/1984 - Revocation of Advisory and Repetitive Standards - 49:5318
6 1983 - 09/07/1983 - Variance - 48:40463
7 1982 - 05/28/1982 - Special Industries - 47:23481
# Standard Interpretations
1 2009 - 09/28/2009 - OSHA's position on complying with an updated national consensus standard.
2 1996 - 06/17/1996 - OSHA accepts employers' use of the ANSI/IES-RP-7-1991 incorporated by reference or adopted into OSHA standards.
3 1995 - 08/17/1995 - Batch digester safety in the paper industry.
4 1995 - 05/25/1995 - Request for a permanent variance and an interim order regarding pressure vessel safety valve configuration.
5 1995 - 05/25/1995 - Request for a permanent variance and interim order.
6 1995 - 02/07/1995 - Evaluation of Variance #2272, application for permanent variance and interim order.
7 1994 - 09/16/1994 - The relationship between the OSHA standards on Permit-Required Confined Space and Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills.
8 1992 - 05/12/1992 - Heavy-duty pipe, valves and fittings must be used between digesters and blow pits.
9 1991 - 05/01/1991 - Calendar stacks used in the pulp and paper industry.
10 1990 - 06/14/1990 - Interpretation of OSHA standards 1910.261(a)(1) and 1910.261(a)(4)(ii).
11 1989 - 11/14/1989 - OSHA standards that may apply to one-man radio-controlled locomotives in the steel industry.
12 1982 - 06/16/1982 - The ASME Pressure Vessel Code.
13 1978 - 07/13/1978 - Duplex Rewinder Bar Guards.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1910.261 - Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills.

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