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# Standard Interpretations
1 2006 - 05/18/2006 - Whether plywood may be used as scaffold decking material over wood scaffold planks; 29 CFR 1926.450 and 1926.451.
2 2005 - 04/11/2005 - Use of 2"x6" No 2 pine boards as a scaffold platform; application of 1926.451(a) and 1926.451(f)(16) when erecting and dismantling scaffolds.
3 2005 - 04/11/2005 - Whether a safety factor must be incorporated into the design of footings for supported scaffolds.
4 2005 - 04/08/2005 - Whether scaffold components may be loaded in excess of minimum load ratings specified in 29 CFR Part 1926 Subpart L; whether a safety factor must be added to such load ratings; Non-Mandatory Appendix A.
5 2005 - 01/19/2005 - Application of OSHA construction standards that govern the loading of materials onto scissor lifts and the restraining of those stored materials.
6 2004 - 06/21/2004 - Requirements in 1926 Subpart L "Scaffolds" regarding the use of plywood to make platform decking for scaffolds.
7 2003 - 07/16/2003 - Fall protection requirements during installation and removal or tarps and sheeting on/from scaffolds; qualifications of person determining safety on scaffold with wind imposed forces.
8 2003 - 01/13/2003 - Compliance of Master Plank scaffold planking with OSHA plank strength requirements.
9 2002 - 10/23/2002 - Use of aerial lift or scissor lift guardrails as a work or scaffold platform.
10 2002 - 08/06/2002 - Clarification of 1926.451(a)(6) requirements for scaffolds and bridge-painting projects.
11 2002 - 03/12/2002 - Request that OSHA adopt a requirement that all scaffold planks meet a "scaffold grade" under recognized grading rules.
12 2001 - 11/27/2001 - Applicable standards to lifting personnel on a platform supported by a rough-terrain forklift.
13 2000 - 08/04/2000 - Tie, guy, and bracing requirements for scaffold systems.

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