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December 17, 1984
Mr. Thomas Ford
Emergency Medical Planning Inc.
665 Conger Street, Unit K
Eugene, Oregon 97402
Dear Mr. Ford:
This letter will serve as an update in our effort to review the audio/visual portion of your Medic First Aid Program.
Unfortunately, we have not been able to obtain a set of this material and therefore a review has not been possible. Should you wish us to complete a review of the entire program so it may be seen in context and for further evaluation, it is suggested that we be provided with the audio/visual set, as well as any updated written material. In the meantime, any further review will be held in abeyance.
Be assured we will continue to be more than willing to complete an assessment of the entire program to determine its equivalency to nationally recognized programs in support of the OSHA standards.
John B. Miles, Jr., Director
Directorate of Field Operations