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This OSH Standards Notice discusses the requirements for workers conducting operations in atmospheres classified as being immediately dangerous to life and health.

This OSH Standards Notice presents the positions of NCDOL and NCDHHS that the direct spraying of pepper spray into the eyes of law enforcement and other personnel for training purposes is not condoned. Guidance is provided where its use in training activities is continued.

This OSH Standards Notice provides an interpretation regarding when warning lines alone are acceptable for fall protection on low-sloped roofs.

This OSH Standards Notice provides interpretive guidance for the use of spring-loaded brakes or "dock locks" in lieu of chocking as a means to secure trucks or trailers at a loading dock.

This Standards Notice provides the OSH Division's interpretation regarding the application of the Permit Required Confined Space Standard, 29 CFR 1910.146, to Concrete Mixing Trucks.

As described in this Standards Notice, non-NIOSH approved respirators, although not recommended by the OSH Division, are acceptable for voluntary use when the criteria set forth in 29 CFR 1910.134(c)(2) have been satisfied.

This OSH Standards Notice clarifies that the OSH Division will accept foot protection designed to ASTM standards.

This OSH Standards Notice provides information about securing compressed gas cylinders at compressed gas supplier and distribution facilities.

This OSH Standards Notice discusses the requirements for the use of high visibility apparel and FHWA 23 CFR 634.

This OSH Standards Notice discusses the duty to have fall protection in accordance with 29 CFR 1926.501(b)(1) and (b)(2) for construction workers erecting dry laid masonry retaining walls.

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