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# Standard Interpretations
1 2005 - 06/20/2005 - Applicability of scaffold fall protection to guardrails near ladder access areas on scaffolds; toeboards across ladder access areas.
2 2005 - 05/11/2005 - Whether there is a conflict between provisions in 1926.451 regarding the use of screening.
3 2005 - 04/08/2005 - Tie-in requirements for supported scaffolds; errors in Non-Mandatory Appendix E.
4 2005 - 04/05/2005 - Fall protection requirements for workers constructing a water tower while on a scaffold.
5 2004 - 09/14/2004 - Fall protection requirements for employees working from a slide-out extension of a scissor lift platform.
6 2004 - 03/25/2004 - Fall protection requirements for pump jack scaffold railings.
7 2004 - 01/22/2004 - Use of portable ladders on tank builder's scaffolds during scaffold dismantling process in construction.
8 2002 - 12/09/2002 - Fall protection requirements for employees working from a "work bridge" in concrete construction work.
9 2001 - 12/11/2001 - Exemptions for installation of guardrails on wall (interior) side.
10 2001 - 04/10/2001 - Requirements of Interim Fall Protection Compliance Guidelines for Residential Construction for guardrails and fall protection during roofing work.
11 2000 - 08/28/2000 - Employees engaged in formwork over 6 feet high must have fall protection.
12 2000 - 06/09/2000 - Requirements for scaffold toprails and midrails;moving mobile scaffolds; outrigger frames.
13 2000 - 02/23/2000 - Fall protection, training, inspection and design requirements of aerial lifts and scissor lifts/scaffolds.
14 1999 - 02/18/1999 - Anchoring of fall arrest system to aerial lifts; fall arrest vs. restraint systems.
15 1998 - 04/20/1998 - Waler (platform) covered by Subpart L; minimum scaffold platform width.
16 1995 - 09/25/1995 - OSHA's New Fall Protection Standard for the Construction Industry.

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