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Occupational Safety and Health Administration
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Thank you for your interest in obtaining photos from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA makes these photographs available at no cost in order to help communicate the ongoing efforts at the World Trade Center site and OSHA's role in those efforts.

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Image #1: An OSHA team, made up of staffers from throughout the United States, discusses air sampling procedures at the World Trade Center site. - An OSHA team, made up of staffers from throughout the United States, discusses air sampling procedures at the World Trade Center site. Since September 11, OSHA has taken more than 3,500 air and bulk samples for asbestos, silica, lead and other heavy metals, carbon monoxide, and numerous organic and inorganic compounds, as well as noise. Photo by Shawn Moore/OSHA News Photo.

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Image #2: OSHA compliance officers survey the World Trade Center recovery site to identify hazards and recommend corrections. - OSHA compliance officers survey the World Trade Center recovery site to identify hazards and recommend corrections. OSHA provides around-the-clock monitoring of the site to identify and alert workers to safety and health hazards. Photo by Shawn Moore/OSHA News Photo.

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Image #3: An OSHA industrial hygienist prepares air samples for processing at OSHA's Salt Lake Technical Center. - An OSHA industrial hygienist prepares air samples for processing at OSHA's Salt Lake Technical Center. The laboratory provides 24-hour-a-day support to analyze air and bulk samples collected at the site. Photo by Shawn Moore/OSHA News Photo

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Image #4: Twisted steel and other debris at the World Trade Center site pose tremendous safety hazards. - Twisted steel and other debris at the World Trade Center site pose many potential safety hazards. OSHA employees provide around-the-clock monitoring of the site to identify and alert workers to safety and health hazards. Photo by Shawn Moore/OSHA News Photo.

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Image #5: An iron worker cuts up huge pieces of twisted steel for removal from the World Trade Center site. - An iron worker cuts up huge pieces of twisted steel for removal from the World Trade Center site. OSHA is working closely with contractors at the site to ensure workers are familiar with potential air contaminant hazards, personal protective equipment requirements, and overall safety rules at the site. Photo by Shawn Moore/OSHA News Photo.

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Image #6: An OSHA employee instructs a New York police officer in the use of respiratory protection at the site. - An OSHA employee instructs a New York Police Department officer in the use of respiratory protection at the site. During the first two months of the recovery effort, OSHA distributed about 110,000 respirators, conducted quantitative fit-testing, and instructed wearers in how to use respirators. OSHA continues to distribute respirators and conduct quantitative fit tests at the site every day. Photo by Donna Miles/OSHA News Photo.

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