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| Record Type:||Instruction|
| Directive Number:||CPL 02-02-007|
| Old Directive Number:||CPL 2-2.7 CH-1|
| Title:||Removal of Obsolete Sections|
| Information Date:||06/03/1985|
OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.7 CH-1 JUN 3.1985 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance
Subject: Removal of Obsolete Sections
A. Purpose. This notice transmits page changes which remove sections that contain policies and procedures superseded by guidelines set forth in the Field Operations Manual (FOM), OSHA Instruct ion CPL 2.45A.
B. Scope. This notice applies OSHA-wide.
C. Action. Replace existing pages with the attached CH-1 pages as listed below:
D. Significant Changes. The instruction will be totally revised and reprinted at a later date. In the interim, the following sections are removed:
E. Background. A decision was made at the time the FOM was revised to incorporate all policies and procedures of a nontechnical nature into that manual. When the FOM was published, numerous changes were made to existing health policy. These changes made the procedural sections of the instruction obsolete. To avoid confusion for directives users, it has become necessary to remove inapplicable sections from the instruction. The remainder of the instruction is still in effect until the directive has been totally revised and reprinted at a later date.
John B. Miles, Jr.,Director Directorate of Field Operations
OSHA INSTRUCTION CPL 2-2.7 CH-1 JUNE 3 1985 OFFICE OF HEALTH COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE
DISTRIBUTION: National, Regional and Area Offices Compliance Officers State Designees NIOSH Regional Program Directors 7 (c) (1) project Managers
OSHA INSTRUCTION CPL 2-2.7 CH-1 JUN 3 1985 OFFICE OF HEALTH COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE
can only be stopped; the lung condition cannot be cured. The incidence of tuberculosis is high among silicosis patients.
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