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# Federal Registers
1 2013 - 03/21/2013 - Kiewit Power Constructors Co. et al.; Application for a Permanent Variance and Request for Comments - 78: 17432-17448
2 1998 - 08/03/1998 - Electrical Standards for Construction; Information Collection Requirements. - 63:41298-41299
3 1972 - 02/25/1972 - Hazardous Locations - 37:0
4 1972 - 02/17/1972 - Hazardous Locations - 37:3512
5 1972 - 01/16/1972 - Hazardous Locations - 37:3431
6 1971 - 08/17/1971 - Hazardous Locations - 36:15533
# Standard Interpretations
1 2010 - 04/04/2010 - Whether extension cords may be repaired and returned to use.
2 2005 - 02/07/2005 - Requirements of 1926.404(b)(1) application to 208-volt branch circuits; electrical subcontractor requirements under 1926.404(b)(1) to monitor other on-site subcontractors.
3 2003 - 07/25/2003 - Relevance of NFPA 70E industry consensus standard to OSHA requirements; whether OSHA requirements apply to owners.
4 2003 - 07/09/2003 - CSHO use of external GFCI testers to enforce 29 CFR 1926.404(b)(1)
5 2003 - 07/07/2003 - Use of approved GFCI's that do not have open-neutral protection.
6 2003 - 05/19/2003 - Repair requirements for the cord plug (attachment plug) of double-insulated tools.
7 1992 - 11/04/1992 - Ground fault circuit interrupters on extension cords and portable tools.
8 1991 - 12/01/1991 - Ground continuity monitoring devices.
9 1991 - 10/01/1991 - Approval of Portable Generators by a qualified testing laboratory.
10 1989 - 05/16/1989 - A Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter may not be used in lieu of a tester or meter that can test for continuity of the equipment grounding conductor.

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