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# Standard Interpretations
1 2009 - 06/01/2009 - Requirements for eyewash and shower facilities.
2 2007 - 02/27/2007 - Requirement to provide accessible quick drenching and flushing facilities where there is exposure to corrosive materials.
3 2004 - 05/05/2004 - Requirements for providing eyewashes/showers near spray finishing operations.
4 2002 - 11/01/2002 - Additional clarification of using ANSI Z358.1 as guidance to comply with 1910.151(c).
5 2002 - 04/18/2002 - ANSI Z358.1 guidance for complying with 1910.151(c) citation policy for eyewashes and showers.
6 2002 - 03/28/2002 - Using ANSI Z358.1 as guidance to comply with 1910.151(c)
7 2002 - 03/08/2002 - Clarification of PIT requirements covering: fall protection and safety platforms, seatbelts, LP-gas storage, smoking, and eye wash stations.
8 1999 - 02/22/1999 - CPR/first aid training and "working alone" provisions of 1910.269.
9 1997 - 04/18/1997 - Lack of public awareness of the limitations of eyewashes; review of new product, The Eye Irrigator(TM).
10 1989 - 07/10/1989 - First Aid.
11 1982 - 08/06/1982 - Eyewash equipment is not an acceptable substitute for protective eyewear.

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