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# Standard Interpretations
1 2011 - 10/26/2011 - Clarification on the intermingling of flammable and combustible liquids in a storage cabinet.
2 2011 - 03/31/2011 - Flame-resistant and flame-retardant treated clothing for oil and gas well drilling, servicing, and production-related operations.
3 2010 - 07/14/2010 - The definitions of combustible and flammable liquids under 29 CFR 1926 and 29 CFR 1910.
4 2007 - 12/26/2007 - Clarification of requirements for storage and use of flammable and/or combustible liquids.
5 2006 - 08/15/2006 - Request for a Determination as to the Applicability of 1910.107 to Truck Bed Spray-On Lining Operations.
6 2006 - 07/17/2006 - Pressure vessels used at oil and gas extraction/production facilities and applicability of 29 CFR 1910.106.
7 2005 - 11/14/2005 - OSHA regulations applicable to materials used on asphalt tank farms.
8 2003 - 12/02/2003 - Permitted incidental storage of flammable or combustible liquids.
9 2003 - 07/29/2003 - Regulations related to liquid asphalt and to marine barge slips.
10 2003 - 07/07/2003 - Storage of Class IA and IB flammable liquids in glass containers.
11 2003 - 06/05/2003 - Employer's responsibility to protect employees from workplace hazards through appropriate hazard control methods.
12 2003 - 04/25/2003 - Storage of water-reactive materials with flammable or combustible liquids in the same room or area.
13 2003 - 03/14/2003 - OSHA enforcement policy of the PSM standard distilleries and related facilities in SIC 2085.
14 2002 - 08/08/2002 - Applicable OSHA standards and safety considerations for microwave device use in a laboratory.
15 2001 - 03/23/2001 - Storage of flammable liquids and corrosives in the same cabinet.
16 2000 - 05/19/2000 - OSHA regulation of liquified paving asphalt; not covered by 1910.106.
17 1997 - 12/12/1997 - The storage of flammable liquids in plastic containers.
18 1997 - 05/12/1997 - Coverage of Stored Flammables Under the Process Safety Management Standard.
19 1996 - 09/04/1996 - Solvent Distillation Units.
20 1996 - 08/30/1996 - The NOWPAK Solvent Dispensing System.
21 1996 - 08/16/1996 - Process Safety Management of highly hazardous chemicals standard.
22 1996 - 04/23/1996 - The "gas caddy" and OSHA's Flammable and Combustible Liquids Standard.
23 1996 - 02/06/1996 - Applicable regulations and design calculation factors which can be used for tanks and vessels.
24 1995 - 09/05/1995 - Shower requirements for the Lead in Construction Standard.
25 1995 - 08/31/1995 - Request of Assistance in Evaluating Variance Application Number 2290.
26 1995 - 07/18/1995 - Compliance with NFPA 30 revisions in lieu of 1910.106.
27 1993 - 07/15/1993 - Flammable and Combustible Liquid standard.
28 1993 - 05/27/1993 - Are above ground tanks acceptable...in place of diking.
29 1993 - 01/13/1993 - Fiberglass tanks for above and below ground storage of flammable and combustible liquids.
30 1992 - 12/09/1992 - Plastic containers for Class IB flammable liquids.
31 1992 - 02/05/1992 - Outside, above ground, tanks used for storage of flammable and combustible liquids.
32 1992 - 01/08/1992 - Storage of flammable and combustible liquids in a storage room within a warehouse facility.
33 1991 - 12/02/1991 - Ventilation of industrial plants involved in flammable or combustible liquid operations.
34 1991 - 09/09/1991 - The storage of flammable and/or combustible materials in fiberglass reinforced plastic.
35 1991 - 08/26/1991 - Requirements that apply to the storage and handling of combustible liquids containing PCBs.
36 1991 - 08/06/1991 - The flash point of Bio T products.
37 1991 - 07/30/1991 - Determination as to whether ConVault aboveground tanks are required to be diked to comply with the 1910.106(b)(2)(vii) standard on storage of flammable liquids.
38 1990 - 07/26/1990 - Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code Handbook.
39 1990 - 05/03/1990 - Flammable and Combustible liquids.
40 1990 - 04/26/1990 - The use of flammable and combustible liquids in dip tanks.
41 1988 - 05/12/1988 - Application of 29 CFR 1910.106 and/or NFPA 30-1987 to Flammable Liquid Storage and Dispensing Operations of Polyester Resin.
42 1987 - 10/28/1987 - Request for a variance from 1910.106.
43 1986 - 09/26/1986 - Handling and Use of Flammable Liquids.
44 1986 - 09/19/1986 - The storage and handling of flammable and combustible liquids in Clairol's Stamford warehouse.
45 1986 - 02/13/1986 - Applicability of 1910.106 to Chemical Plants.
46 1985 - 12/16/1985 - Applicability of Section 1910.106 to Chemicals Plants.
47 1985 - 03/18/1985 - Ventilation requirements for the auto and printing industries.
48 1984 - 09/14/1984 - Stored combustible liquids and heating to their flashpoints
49 1983 - 03/31/1983 - Interpretations of the terms "large quantity" and "transfer".
50 1980 - 04/14/1980 - The access to tanks or pressure vessels.
51 1978 - 10/02/1978 - The use of fiberglass tanks for storage of crude oil.
52 1978 - 08/17/1978 - The British Standard material valves compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards.
53 1978 - 08/04/1978 - Interpretation of the term "bulk plant" as it is used in 1910.106.
54 1978 - 07/19/1978 - Clarification of standard 29 CFR 1910.106(b)(4)(iv)(e).
55 1978 - 04/19/1978 - The modification of a refrigerator of freezer chest to store flammable liquids.
56 1977 - 07/19/1977 - Fire wall requirements.
57 1977 - 06/14/1977 - The issuance of a Program Directive to clarify the applicability fo OSHA standards.
58 1977 - 03/02/1977 - OSHA standards covering hydraulic accumulators.
59 1977 - 01/19/1977 - The storage of flammable and combustible liquids.
60 1976 - 12/03/1976 - Flammable and Combustible Liquids.
61 1976 - 11/18/1976 - Clarification of Difference Between 1910.106 and 1926.152.
62 1976 - 09/08/1976 - Flammable and Combustible Liquids.
63 1976 - 07/02/1976 - Emergency venting for portable tanks.
64 1976 - 05/17/1976 - Whether liquified flammable gases are considered as included under the requirements of Flammable and Combustible Liquids.
65 1975 - 10/14/1975 - Wine being aged is a processing operation and with no fire point, is not a flammable.

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