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# Federal Registers
1 2015 - 05/04/2015 - Confined Spaces in Construction; Final Rule - 80:25365-25526
2 1972 - 11/23/1972 - General Industry/Construction - 37:24880
3 1972 - 02/17/1972 - General Industry/Construction - 37:3512
4 1971 - 12/07/1971 - General Industry/Construction - 36:23207
# Standard Interpretations
1 2003 - 07/25/2003 - Relevance of NFPA 70E industry consensus standard to OSHA requirements; whether OSHA requirements apply to owners.
2 2002 - 09/10/2002 - There are no specific OSHA standards or requirements applicable to overhead doors.
3 2001 - 12/11/2001 - Guarding requirements for a rotary pneumatic angle-drive hand-held tool.
4 1999 - 05/11/1999 - Maintenance vs. construction; working from fixed ladders.
5 1999 - 02/01/1999 - The difference between maintenance and construction;scaffold inspection requirements; and definition of periodic scaffold inspection.
6 1997 - 07/08/1997 - Service workers in the heating, plumbing and air-conditioning industries.
7 1997 - 01/28/1997 - Fall protection for the entertainment industry under the OSH Act of 1970.
8 1996 - 02/01/1996 - Contractors and the criteria for applying the Construction Work Standard.
9 1995 - 08/24/1995 - Which OSHA standards, general industry or construction, does the sign industry fall under.
10 1994 - 08/11/1994 - Construction vs. Maintenance.
11 1993 - 11/09/1993 - Spill containment of flammable or combustible liquids when a curb or earth dike is used.
12 1992 - 03/17/1992 - OSHA Regulations for single family dwelling construction.
13 1987 - 11/18/1987 - The applicability of General Industry Standards to sign posting operations.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1926.16 - Rules of construction.

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