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January 19, 1993

Mr. Barry White
Barry White Associates
11116 Powder Horm Drive
Potomac, Maryland 20854

Dear Mr. White:

This is in response to your December 9 letter requesting review and comments on the "Reeves Sleeve" stretcher model #122.

As you recognize in your letter, the Occupational Safety and Helath Administration (OSHA) does not approve nor endorse products. The variable working conditions at jobsites and possible alterations or misapplication of an otherwise safe product could easily create a hazardous conditon beyond the control of the manufacturer. However, we have reviewed the product data in the brochure enclosed with your letter and it appears that if the "Reeves Sleeve" is properly applied, and training in the use of the product is conducted, the user would be in compliance with OSHA standards such as 29 CFR 1926.651(g)(2)(i) dealing with emergency rescue equipment.

If we can be of any further assistance, please contact me or Mr. Dale Cavanaugh of my staff at (202) 219-8136.

Sincerely,



Roy F. Gurnam, Esq., P.E.
Director of Construction
and Maritime Compliance Assistance


Archive Notice - OSHA Archive

NOTICE: This is an OSHA Archive Document, and may no longer represent OSHA Policy. It is presented here as historical content, for research and review purposes only.


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