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# Standard Interpretations
1 2016 - 04/29/2016 - Recording criteria for cases involving occupational hearing loss when employees use hearing protection
2 2015 - 10/19/2015 - Determining whether an injury or illness is work-related and recordable
3 2009 - 02/09/2009 - Determining work-relatedness for recordkeeping of injury resulting from horseplay.
4 2008 - 07/14/2008 - Whether to record two cases of employee injuries sustained in company parking lot during employees commute to work.
5 2007 - 02/06/2007 - Whether to record injuries that occur to a contract employee when traveling from an offshore manned platform complex to other downfield fixed platforms.
6 2007 - 02/06/2007 - Whether to record injuries that occur to employees who travel from an offshore manned platform complex or dock to other offshore platforms.
7 2004 - 01/15/2004 - Evaluation of seven scenarios for work-relatedness and recordkeeping requirements.
8 2004 - 01/13/2004 - Determining work-relatedness when the work event or exposure is only one of the discernable causes; not the sole or predominant cause.
9 2002 - 11/19/2002 - Clarification on determining if an injury or illness is work-related and the recordability of the administration of oxygen.
10 2002 - 02/06/2002 - OSHA's no-fault recordkeeping system requires recording work-related injuries and illnesses, regardless of the level of employer control or non-control involved.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1904.5 - Determination of work-relatedness.

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