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# Standard Interpretations
1 2005 - 05/13/2005 - Coverage of volunteers; forklift operator training for multiple facilities determined by similarity of potential workplace hazards.
2 2004 - 12/21/2004 - Installation of strobe lights on forklifts as an additional warning device for forklifts used in vessel holds.
3 2004 - 11/05/2004 - Powered Industrial Truck 1910.178(l) training requirements applicable to construction; training for skid-steer loader operators.
4 2000 - 04/10/2000 - Powered industrial truck training for employees working at another employer's worksite.
5 1999 - 11/08/1999 - Training for travel lift (mobile gantry crane) operators.
6 1999 - 10/28/1999 - Host employers may require site-specific forklift training of visiting workers.
7 1999 - 10/22/1999 - Fork inspection requirements for powered industrial trucks.
8 1999 - 10/21/1999 - Earthmoving equipment is not covered by 1910.178; skid- steer equipment may be covered.
9 1999 - 10/08/1999 - Powered industrial truck training: different types of trucks/workplace conditions.
10 1999 - 10/01/1999 - Powered industrial truck training content, certification, and record maintenance.
11 1999 - 09/30/1999 - Forklifts in construction: elevating personnel and operator training.
12 1999 - 08/23/1999 - Rough Terrain Forklift training course; OSHA doesn't approve products/services.
13 1999 - 06/15/1999 - Powered industrial truck training: different types of trucks.
14 1999 - 04/08/1999 - Refresher training requirements for operators of different types of trucks.
15 1999 - 02/16/1999 - Employers must evaluate prior training and ensure safe powered industrial truck operations.
16 1991 - 08/15/1991 - Decision or policy statement regarding the obligations and responsibilities of the employee leasing industry with respect to compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

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