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# Directives
1 1981 - 12/23/1981 - CPL 02-01-015 [CPL 2-1.15A] - New Meat Tenderizing Technology in the Meat Industry
# Federal Registers
1 2008 - 10/20/2008 - Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories; Supplier's Declaration of Conformity - 73:62327-62339
2 2000 - 07/31/2000 - Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories -- Fees;Public Comment Period on Recognition Notices. - 65:46797-46819
# Standard Interpretations
1 2012 - 04/24/2012 - NRTL requirements for shielding gas regulators.
2 2005 - 08/10/2005 - Approval requirements for replacement, modification, repair, or rehabilitation of electrical utilization equipment.
3 2004 - 05/11/2004 - Electrical equipment approved by a NRTL is acceptable to OSHA.
4 2003 - 07/16/2003 - Workplace use of electrical equipment designated as "Household Use Only" and recordkeeping requirements.
5 2003 - 05/27/2003 - Electrical conductors and equipment must be approved and used according to its listing/label.
6 2000 - 02/07/2000 - NRTL certification for electrically-operated sewer inspection equipment.
7 1997 - 09/09/1997 - Clarification of the Electrical Standard as it applies to flexible power cords on appliances.
8 1994 - 08/11/1994 - Presence sensing devices (PSDs) for power presses.
9 1990 - 10/15/1990 - Control systems used for emergency evacuation are required to be listed by Underwriter's Laboratories.
10 1990 - 07/05/1990 - Repair/Rebuilding of UL Listed Equipment for Hazardous Locations.
11 1989 - 12/29/1989 - Certification of Nurse Call Systems
12 1982 - 08/19/1982 - OSHA practices in recognizing national testing laboratories.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1910.303 - General.

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