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31. 1978 - 10/30/1978 - STD 01-05-008 [STD 1-5.8] - 29 CFR 1910.104(b)(3)(iii), Oxygen; Bulk Oxygen Systems; Distance Between Systems and Exposures; Fire Resistive ... 15k
32. 1996 - 09/27/1996 - CPL 02-01-022 [CPL 2-1.22] - Logging Operations, Inspection Procedures and Interpretive Guidance Including Twelve Previously Stayed Provisions 62k
33. 1994 - 09/26/1994 - STD 01-12-026 [STD 1-12.26A] - Abrasive Operation Using Cutoff Wheels and Masonry Saws 14k
34. 2000 - 11/30/2000 - CPL 02-01-028 [CPL 2-1.28A] - Compliance Assistance for the Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training Standards 63k
35. 1998 - 08/03/1998 - ADM 03-01-005 [ADM 12-0.5A] - OSHA Compliance Records. 111k
36. 1995 - 03/17/1995 - CPL 02-01-019 [CPL 2-1.19] - Logging Operations, Inspection Procedures and Interpretive Guidance. 52k
37. 1995 - 03/03/1995 - CPL 02-00-045 [CPL 2.45B CH-5] - Changes to the Field Operations Manual (FOM) 43k
38. 1994 - 06/20/1994 - STD 01-06-005 [STD 1-6.5] - Exemption for Religious Reason from Wearing Hard Hats. 17k
39. 1991 - 07/15/1991 - ADM 02-02-001 [ADM 11-2.3C] - Field Organizational Changes Below the Regional Office Level 44k
40. 1990 - 11/20/1990 - CPL 02-02-052 [CPL 2-2.52] - Enforcement Procedure for Occupational Exposure to Formaldehyde 80k

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