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RE: Toe plate required for BOCA stair?

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>BTW, BOCA never overrides OSHA.
Building Codes and OSHA regs really cover different areas. OSHA applies 
to workplace safety and covers many more things than a building code. 
There are areas in the OSHA regs that cite assorted structural 
requirements and building codes (and other standards). It isn't intended 
as a general design guide, although certain parts (like placement of toe 
boards) might be cited as representing good practice.

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