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# Standard Interpretations
1 2012 - 12/05/2012 - Clarification concerning fall protection and vertical walled trenches with depth of 6 feet or greater and use of controlled access zones.
2 2010 - 04/30/2010 - Clarification on controlled access zones for leading edge work.
3 2005 - 02/28/2005 - Whether under STD 03-00-001 an employee, in absence of interior walls is permitted to climb the lower chords of the roof trusses to brace them.
4 2004 - 04/20/2004 - Alternative fall protection for leading edge work during precast concrete erection.
5 2004 - 03/01/2004 - The predominant use of structural steel would not be considered "residential construction."
6 2003 - 12/18/2003 - Clarification on several issues regarding OSHA's construction industry standards for fall protection.
7 2003 - 12/17/2003 - Clarification of several residential construction and fall protection issues.
8 2003 - 09/26/2003 - Compliance of using warning lines and/or control access zones for fall protection on roofs with a slope greater than 4:12.
9 2003 - 07/07/2003 - Requirements for fall protection when ladder jack scaffolds are used for residential and commercial construction.
10 2000 - 05/25/2000 - Clarification of residential construction's use of slide guards and other fall protection.
11 2000 - 02/23/2000 - Use of roof jacks (slide guards) for residential and commercial construction.
12 1998 - 06/08/1998 - Fall protection for exposure to unfilled swimming pools.
13 1995 - 09/26/1995 - Fall Protection.
14 1995 - 03/23/1995 - Safety plans as set forth in Subpart M -- Fall Protection for the Construction Industry.

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