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# Federal Registers
1 2001 - 10/03/2001 - Standards on Walking-Working Surfaces; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's Approval of Information-Collection (Paperwork) Requirements - 66:50457-50458
2 1998 - 09/30/1998 - Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request - 63:52298-52300
3 1998 - 06/26/1998 - Walking-Working Surfaces; Information Collection Requirements. - 63:34933-34934
4 1990 - 07/18/1990 - Extension of Written Comment Period and Scheduled Hearing on Proposed Rule on Walking and Working Surfaces and Personal Protective Equipment (Fall Protection Systems) - 55:29224-29
5 1982 - 05/28/1982 - Walking-Working Surfaces - 47:23479
6 1977 - 10/14/1977 - Variance - 42:55291
7 1977 - 10/04/1977 - Variance - 42:54028
8 1976 - 12/28/1976 - Variance - 41:56410-56411
# Standard Interpretations
1 2008 - 03/27/2008 - Policy on posting of floor load capacity signs.
2 2003 - 03/21/2003 - Static coefficients of friction for walking/working surfaces.
3 1996 - 04/03/1996 - Definition of a "floor," "building official," and "plates of approved design."
4 1994 - 04/06/1994 - Wet floors due to weather conditions or the entry of vehicles containing melting snow.
5 1985 - 07/16/1985 - Standard applicable to two point suspension scaffolds and power platforms used in window cleaning and to hazards in refrigeration plants.
6 1985 - 03/12/1985 - Standard applicable to control of dust explosions in powdered milk production.
7 1982 - 10/26/1982 - Requirements that all walking and working surfaces be kept clean, orderly, and in a sanitary condition.
8 1977 - 02/14/1977 - Aisles and Passageways.

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