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| Record Type:||Notice|
| Old Directive Number:||10-04 (ADM 00)|
| Title:||Cancellation of OSHA Instructions AOC 00-00-002 & IPC 01-00-001|
| Information Date:||05/14/2010|
|DIRECTIVE NUMBER: 10-04 (ADM 00)||EFFECTIVE DATE: 5/14/2010|
|SUBJECT: Cancellation of OSHA Instructions AOC 00-00-002 & IPC 01-00-001|
|Purpose:||This Notice cancels two obsolete OSHA directives.
|Cancellations:||OSHA Instruction AOC 00-00-002, OSHA Executive Board, January 31, 2002; OSHA Instruction IPC 01-00-001, OSHA Correspondence Manual, February 27, 1981.
|State Impact:||This is not a Federal Program Change requiring State action.
|Action Offices:||Office of Management Systems and Organization.
|Originating Office:||Office of Management Systems and Organization.
|Contact:||Office of Management Systems and Organization
Directorate of Administrative Programs
200 Constitution Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20210
By and Under the Authority of
David Michaels, PhD, MPH
This Notice cancels two OSHA directives that no longer represent the Agency's policies.
OSHA Instructions AOC 00-00-002, OSHA Executive Board (OEB); and IPC 01-00-001, OSHA Correspondence Manual are cancelled.
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