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# Standard Interpretations
1 2010 - 03/02/2010 - Fall protection requirements for employees working on an elevator car frame.
2 2007 - 11/26/2007 - Whether the "Clear Gear Lanyard Elevator" conforms to OSHA construction standards.
3 2004 - 02/19/2004 - Fall protection components from different manufacturers may be used together provided connecting parts are sized compatibly.
4 2004 - 02/02/2004 - Compliance of an aerial lift fall protection device connected with a releasable tether and a non-releasable tether.
5 2003 - 12/17/2003 - Clarification of several residential construction and fall protection issues.
6 2003 - 07/09/2003 - Clarification of 1926.502(d)(6) term "designed for" in snaphook connections.
7 2002 - 10/23/2002 - Use of aerial lift or scissor lift guardrails as a work or scaffold platform.
8 2001 - 05/11/2001 - Standards applicable to aerial lifts; acceptable uses of body belts as restraint systems and positioning devices.
9 2001 - 05/03/2001 - Use of aerial lifts to transport workers to elevated workstations; scissor lifts are not covered by the aerial lift provisions.
10 2000 - 11/03/2000 - Application of the Confined Spaces Advisor to construction; personal fall arrest system requirements.
11 2000 - 08/14/2000 - Fall protection for various lift-devices; restraint, positioning, fall arrest and rescue requirements; maintenance vs. construction examples.
12 1999 - 09/02/1999 - Lanyards and vertical lifelines must meet breaking and tensile strength requirements.
13 1999 - 02/18/1999 - Anchoring of fall arrest system to aerial lifts; fall arrest vs. restraint systems.
14 1998 - 06/03/1998 - Shock absorbing lanyards are not mandatory.
15 1998 - 04/20/1998 - Fall protection during electrical maintenance and construction work on aerial lifts.
16 1993 - 12/27/1993 - Fall protection and pipe racks.

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