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# Federal Registers
1 1999 - 07/14/1999 - Safety Standards for Fall Protection in the Construction Industry. - 64:38077-38086
2 1980 - 11/14/1980 - Guarding Roof Perimeters - 45:75618
3 1979 - 08/17/1979 - Guarding Roof Perimeters - 44:48275-81
4 1972 - 11/16/1972 - Guardrails - 37:24345
# Standard Interpretations
1 2010 - 03/02/2010 - Interpretation of OSHA Fall Protection Exemption (29 CFR 1926.500(a)(1)) during inspection, investigation, and assessment activities.
2 2010 - 03/02/2010 - Whether an employer can use a controlled access zone during curtain wall installation.
3 2006 - 09/05/2006 - When protective measures must be installed after a hole is created on a construction worksite.
4 2005 - 04/11/2005 - Scaffolding/shoring.
5 2004 - 03/10/2004 - Fall protection is not required where there is no feasible means of providing it while working on vehicles or trailers.
6 2003 - 09/26/2003 - Compliance of using warning lines and/or control access zones for fall protection on roofs with a slope greater than 4:12.
7 2003 - 05/21/2003 - Fall protection requirements for an employee working from a ladder on a walking/working surface other than the ground.
8 2002 - 11/15/2002 - Fall protection requirements for employees, other than roofers, working on low-slope roofs.
9 2001 - 04/10/2001 - Requirements of Interim Fall Protection Compliance Guidelines for Residential Construction for guardrails and fall protection during roofing work.
10 2000 - 08/14/2000 - Clarification of the terms "hole" versus "unprotected sides or edges."
11 2000 - 08/14/2000 - Fall protection for various lift-devices; restraint, positioning, fall arrest and rescue requirements; maintenance vs. construction examples.
12 2000 - 05/12/2000 - Fall protection non-conforming guardrail criteria for application of a de minimis policy.
13 1996 - 04/02/1996 - Portable ladders.
14 1995 - 09/25/1995 - OSHA's New Fall Protection Standard for the Construction Industry.
15 1995 - 09/25/1995 - OSHA's new fall protection standards for construction will prohibit use of safety belts with side dee rings as part of a personal fall arrest system.
16 1995 - 09/25/1995 - Review of a new product, "The Safety Boot".
17 1995 - 08/28/1995 - The frequency of the load measuring system when testing fall arrest equipment should be set at 500 Hz.
18 1993 - 03/24/1993 - Request for approval of guardrail system.
19 1991 - 10/01/1991 - Stairways used in construction.
20 1988 - 03/31/1988 - Failure of Wire Rope and Banding Steel Guardrails to provide Protection.
21 1986 - 04/10/1986 - Clarification of our standard railing requirements.
22 1986 - 03/20/1986 - Design criteria for a standard railing.
23 1985 - 11/14/1985 - Standard railing requirements.
24 1984 - 11/02/1984 - Strength criteria for guardrail and stairway systems.
25 1984 - 09/18/1984 - Ball-type handrail system.
26 1984 - 07/24/1984 - Wire rope and/or cable as a method of perimeter protection for a building under construction.
27 1981 - 06/24/1981 - Guarding Low-Pitched-Roof Perimeters.
28 1981 - 04/14/1981 - Perimeter guarding of low-pitched roofs.
29 1981 - 03/16/1981 - Certain built-up roofing requirements.
30 1979 - 07/09/1979 - Use of Steel Band in Guardrails.
31 1979 - 01/09/1979 - Steel Banding as Guardrails.
32 1978 - 03/22/1978 - Requirements for toeboards.
33 1974 - 10/21/1974 - Use of stilts.
34 1973 - 12/23/1973 - 1926.500, Guardrails, handrails & guards.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1926.500 - Scope, application, and definitions applicable to this subpart.

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