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• Standard Number: 1910.176; 1926.250

March 28, 1994

Mr. David Daloia
P.O. Box 1000 #15838-053
Gutner, North Carolina 27509-1000

Dear Mr. Daloia:

This is in response to your letter of January 17 requesting information from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) concerning the proper procedures for stacking materials at construction sites.

The OSHA standards addressing the handling and storage (stacking) of materials at construction sites (29 CFR 1926.250) and at general industry locations (29 CFR 1910.176) are enclosed for your information. These standards are general in nature and do not address specific materials such as elevator doors.

I note that you have written from the State of North Carolina. The North Carolina Department of Labor is responsible for enforcing safety and health regulations within the North Carolina state boundaries. You may wish to check with them at:

North Carolina Department of Labor
4 West Edenton Street
Raleigh, North Carolina
(909) 733-0360

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Roy Gurnham or Mr. Dale Cavanaugh of my staff at (202) 219-8136.

Sincerely,



H. Berrien Zettler
Deputy Director
Directorate of Compliance Programs

Enclosure



January 17, 1994 Martin Luther King Day

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am seeking information relative to the proper stacking procedures of heaby materials on a Construction job-site, in this case elevator doors. (4) Proper chocking procedures, warnings - red flags, etc., anything relative to stacking warnings on the job sites.

Please if necessary refer this matter to the proper interdepartmental agency.

Thanking you in advance for any and all considerations in this matter.

Respectfully



David Daloia


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