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# Standard Interpretations
1 2010 - 03/31/2010 - Single-point suspension scaffold safety.
2 2007 - 01/26/2007 - Re: Subpart L; scaffolds; Companion Rail, rail extensions for mobile scaffolds; 1926.451.
3 2005 - 06/20/2005 - Applicability of scaffold fall protection to guardrails near ladder access areas on scaffolds; toeboards across ladder access areas.
4 2005 - 05/11/2005 - Whether there is a conflict between provisions in 1926.451 regarding the use of screening.
5 2005 - 04/05/2005 - Fall protection requirements for workers constructing a water tower while on a scaffold.
6 2004 - 09/14/2004 - Fall protection requirements for employees working from a slide-out extension of a scissor lift platform.
7 2004 - 03/25/2004 - Fall protection requirements for pump jack scaffold railings.
8 2004 - 02/09/2004 - Fall protection requirements for work docks/bridges used during bridge construction.
9 2003 - 07/16/2003 - Fall protection requirements during installation and removal or tarps and sheeting on/from scaffolds; qualifications of person determining safety on scaffold with wind imposed forces.
10 2003 - 07/07/2003 - Requirements for fall protection when ladder jack scaffolds are used for residential and commercial construction.
11 2002 - 10/23/2002 - Use of aerial lift or scissor lift guardrails as a work or scaffold platform.
12 2002 - 01/02/2002 - Clarification of requirements for construction scaffold erection/dismantling; safe means of access; blocks for two-point suspension scaffolds.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1926.451 - General requirements.

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