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# Federal Registers
1 2014 - 09/26/2014 - Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Operator Certification - 79:57785-57798
# Standard Interpretations
1 2016 - 07/14/2016 - OSHA requirements for individuals interested in employment as Heavy Equipment Operator.
2 2012 - 02/06/2012 - Application of the multi-employer policy to particular construction standards.
3 2010 - 07/26/2010 - English language proficiency at construction sites.
4 2006 - 03/10/2006 - Training requirements for powder-actuated tools under §1926.302(e).
5 2006 - 01/25/2006 - OSHA requirements applicable to use of the Contex "Magic Arm" below-the-hook lifting device.
6 2005 - 12/21/2005 - Whether gas-actuated fastening tools require the same individual training for each model as powder-actuated fastening tools.
7 2005 - 03/02/2005 - Emergency medical services on construction sites.
8 2004 - 11/05/2004 - Powered Industrial Truck 1910.178(l) training requirements applicable to construction; training for skid-steer loader operators.
9 2003 - 01/16/2003 - Necessary precautions required to prevent entry into a swinging superstructure's radius.
10 2002 - 09/26/2002 - HAZWOPER safety and health plan requirements for Phase I and Phase II environmental assessments.
11 1998 - 11/09/1998 - Policy for descent control devices used in construction.
12 1994 - 02/23/1994 - Safety procedures associated with the use of wheel or track propelled excavators.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1926.21 - Safety training and education.

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