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# Directives
1 1979 - 01/02/1979 - STD 01-12-022 [STD 1-12.22] - 29 CFR 1910.212(a)(3)(ii) Point of Operation Guarding for All Machines as Applied to the Hand-Fed Engraving Presses Used ...
# Standard Interpretations
1 2005 - 04/22/2005 - Lock out/Tag out (LOTO) requirements for die-setting operations in hydraulic power presses.
2 2001 - 06/05/2001 - Use of Electro Sensitive Protection Equipment as point of operation guarding devices.
3 1999 - 02/26/1999 - OSHA enforcement policy on vertical food mixers.
4 1994 - 09/20/1994 - Standard 1910.212 in regards to its applicability to guard an area above the ram/piston on a vertical hydraulic downstroke/trash compactor.
5 1992 - 08/05/1992 - Presence Sensing Palm Button Devices (PSPBD).
6 1991 - 04/15/1991 - Clarification of Scope of OSHA Instruction STD 1-12.22
7 1989 - 08/03/1989 - The feasibility of OSHA's machine guarding requirements in their workplace.
8 1987 - 11/02/1987 - Acceptable guarding for continuous cycling boneless meat tenderizers.
9 1986 - 08/08/1986 - The safe use of portable, compressed-air-actuated, fastener driving tools (staple guns).
10 1986 - 04/20/1986 - Power Press Brakes.
11 1985 - 03/25/1985 - Applicability of 1910.212(a)(3)(ii) to Portable Pneumatic Powered Fastener Tools.
12 1981 - 05/26/1981 - The manner in which OSHA provides for suitable applications of the ANSI B11.3 specification standard.
13 1980 - 12/15/1980 - Oil Rig Inspection.
14 1975 - 01/07/1975 - Guarding by location is permitted with certain provisions.

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