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# Directives
1 1997 - 01/07/1997 - CPL 02-01-023 [CPL 2-1.23] - Inspection Procedures for Enforcing Subpart L, Scaffolds Used in Construction - 29 CFR 1926.450-454
# Federal Registers
1 2014 - 06/30/2014 - Agency Information Collection Activities: Announcement of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Control Numbers Under the Paperwork Reduction Act - 79: 36831-36832
2 2014 - 01/07/2014 - Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Aerial Lifts Standard in Construction - 79: 843-844
3 2013 - 10/30/2013 - Aerial Lifts Standard; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's [OMB] Approval of Information Collection [Paperwork] Requirements - 78: 64982-64983
4 2010 - 02/24/2010 - Aerial Lifts; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of an Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirement. - 75:8406-8407
5 2007 - 02/16/2007 - Submission for OMB Review: Comment Request - 72:7678-7679
6 2006 - 10/27/2006 - Aerial Lifts; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirement - 71:63037-63039
7 2000 - 11/16/2000 - Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request - 65:69340-69341
8 1999 - 01/04/1999 - Washington State Standards; Notice of Approval. - 64:184-186
9 1997 - 08/15/1997 - Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request - 62:43752-43753
# Standard Interpretations
1 2012 - 04/20/2012 - Clarification on the use of safety monitors as a method of fall protection on a low-slope roof.
2 2010 - 03/20/2010 - Whether OSHA standards require employees to be tied off while working over water on an aerial lift.
3 2005 - 11/08/2005 - The requirements for vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating aerial devices; effect of revised ANSI A92.2 standards.
4 2004 - 02/02/2004 - Compliance of an aerial lift fall protection device connected with a releasable tether and a non-releasable tether.
5 2003 - 10/30/2003 - Revised response regarding the storage of materials on a scaffold for more than one shift's work.
6 2002 - 06/10/2002 - Safety Standards regulating the stability of mobile scaffolds, scissor lifts, and aerial work platforms.
7 2002 - 04/16/2002 - Planking, safety line, and personal fall arrest system requirements for tank builder's scaffolding.
8 2001 - 12/11/2001 - Exemptions for installation of guardrails on wall (interior) side.
9 2001 - 11/27/2001 - Applicable standards to lifting personnel on a platform supported by a rough-terrain forklift.
10 2001 - 05/25/2001 - Acceptability of climbing over or through guardrails on scaffolds used in construction.
11 2001 - 05/10/2001 - Requirements applicable to the design, inspection, and testing of imported scaffolding.
12 2001 - 05/03/2001 - Use of aerial lifts to transport workers to elevated workstations; scissor lifts are not covered by the aerial lift provisions.
13 2001 - 02/28/2001 - Significance of ANSI standards with respect to OSHA requirements, specifically A92.6-1999.
14 2000 - 08/01/2000 - Scissor lifts are not aerial lifts, are considered scaffolds.
15 2000 - 02/23/2000 - Fall protection, training, inspection and design requirements of aerial lifts and scissor lifts/scaffolds.
16 2000 - 01/06/2000 - Fall protection required for employees riding in aerial lifts.
17 1999 - 09/23/1999 - Protection of ground-level workers from lowering of aerial lift bucket.
18 1998 - 07/21/1998 - Aerial lift regulations; fall protection for scissor lifts.
19 1998 - 04/20/1998 - Fall protection during electrical maintenance and construction work on aerial lifts.
20 1997 - 05/05/1997 - Requirements for dual purpose mechanical equipment (digger derrick and aerial lift).
21 1995 - 08/18/1995 - Several fall protection issues relating to scissors lifts and aerial lifts.
22 1992 - 10/23/1992 - Certification of aerial lift operators.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1926.453 - Aerial lifts.

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