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# Standard Interpretations
1 2013 - 12/02/2013 - Interim Guidance on Enforcement of the revised Hazard Communication Standard
2 2009 - 05/19/2009 - Application of OSHA PEL for nitric oxide as 8-hr TWA to pregnant employees.
3 2008 - 12/22/2008 - Requirements of the HCS and the employer's ability to rely on a manufacturer's hazard determination.
4 2005 - 10/24/2005 - Training programs for the Control of Hazardous Energy (LOTO) and for the Hazard Communication standard are not satisfied solely by merely providing employees written documentation.
5 1992 - 08/12/1992 - Training requirements for maintenance of housekeeping personnel.
6 1991 - 04/03/1991 - Emergency response in the trucking industry.
7 1991 - 01/30/1991 - HCP requirements for employers at multi-employer worksites
8 1990 - 01/22/1990 - Hazard Communication Standard.
9 1990 - 01/09/1990 - Procedures a demolition and salvage constructor could employ in lieu of providing material safety data sheets for specific metals.
10 1989 - 09/07/1989 - OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard.
11 1989 - 09/01/1989 - Hospital technicians required to attend HCS training and a clarification of coverage of pharmaceuticals under the HCS.
12 1988 - 06/16/1988 - HCS training for employees contracted to jobs working under the supervision of another employer.
13 1988 - 05/11/1988 - Employers are responsible for training new employees on the HCS
14 1988 - 04/10/1988 - The employer must provide the 1910.1200 verbal training in a language that is comprehensible.

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