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# Directives
1 1978 - 10/30/1978 - PRO 02-00-001 [PRO 4.3] - Procurement of Safety Glasses and Safety Shoes
# Federal Registers
1 2015 - 03/13/2015 - Updating OSHA Standards Based on National Consensus Standards; Eye and Face Protection - 80:13295-13304
2 2014 - 09/24/2014 - Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution; Electrical Protective Equipment; Corrections - 79:56955-56962
3 2014 - 04/11/2014 - Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution; Electrical Protective Equipment - 79: 20315-20743
4 2009 - 11/23/2009 - Personal Protective Equipment Standard for General Industry; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of the Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements - 74:61175-61176
5 1999 - 01/04/1999 - Washington State Standards; Notice of Approval. - 64:184-186
6 1997 - 07/23/1997 - New Mexico State Standards; Notice of Approval - 62:39551-39553
7 1990 - 02/01/1990 - Personal Protective Equipment for General Industry; Proposed Rule;Notice of Informal Public Hearing; Reopening Written Comment Period - 55:3412-3415
8 1989 - 08/16/1989 - Personal Protective Equipment for General Industry; Proposed Rule - 54:33832-44
# Standard Interpretations
1 2012 - 06/29/2012 - Steel-toed Safety Shoes for Diabetics
2 2006 - 07/17/2006 - Wearing "Crocs" brand shoes with a partially open heel and a covered toe in a pharmacy setting.
3 2003 - 08/28/2003 - Wearing of open-toed shoes in an office environment.
4 1995 - 07/03/1995 - Interpretation of the Personal Protective Equipment standard.
5 1994 - 02/18/1994 - ANSI standard requires Safety-Toe safety shoes meet a compression test and an impact test.
6 1991 - 11/21/1991 - The wearing of leather shoes rather than leather sneakers or deck shoes while operating vehicles.
7 1991 - 11/20/1991 - Occupational protective footwear for molten metal workers in the foundry industry.
8 1985 - 12/03/1985 - OSHA standards for foot protection.
# Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
1 1926.28 - Personal protective equipment.

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