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# Federal Registers
1 2012 - 12/06/2012 - Standards Improvement Project--Phase IV - 77: 72781-72783
2 1974 - 03/18/1974 - Motor Vehicles - 39:10216-23
3 1971 - 08/17/1971 - Motor Vehicles - 36:15533
# Standard Interpretations
1 2010 - 04/30/2010 - Does a truck with a cab containing an intergral falling object protective structure that was manufactured to meet the ISO 3449 standard conform to 29 CFR 1926.601(b)(6)?
2 2010 - 03/02/2010 - Permissible methods of operating trucks in reverse on construction sites.
3 2007 - 07/03/2007 - Motor vehicle requirements for a re-paving project.
4 2006 - 06/01/2006 - Whether 1926.601 is applicable to personnel and burden carriers used in construction.
5 2005 - 11/08/2005 - Whether 29 CFR 1926.601 prohibits an employer from leaving light duty pick-up trucks running and unattended on an off-highway jobsite.
6 2004 - 09/27/2004 - Alternatives to common back-up alarms on construction motor vehicles; use of other effective technology or observers/signal persons.
7 2004 - 02/04/2004 - Requirements for providing seatbelts for drivers whose size precludes their using seatbelts.
8 2004 - 01/27/2004 - Clarification as to whether operators of mobile cranes with operator cabs are subject to seat belt requirements.
9 2001 - 05/23/2001 - Construction standards for equipment such as Shuttle Buggy.
10 1996 - 02/15/1996 - The activation of hoisting or dumping devices on haulage vehicles used in the construction industry.
11 1991 - 10/01/1991 - End dump trucks on jobsites or public highways
12 1989 - 06/07/1989 - Seat belts for passengers in the rear of pickup trucks.
13 1988 - 12/06/1988 - Seat belts for occupants of side facing seats for off-highway vehicles.
14 1981 - 06/30/1981 - Horns on construction equipment.
15 1979 - 07/23/1979 - "Audible above" is a signal alarm distinguishable from the surrounding noise level.
16 1974 - 11/18/1974 - Clarification of 1926.601 and 1926.602.

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