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1. 1997 - 02/27/1997 - CPL 02-02-067 [CPL 2-2.67] - Brass and Bronze Ingot Manufacturing Industry Compliance Requirements and Dates Under the Lead Standard (29 CFR 1910.1025). 25k
2. 1993 - 12/13/1993 - CPL 02-02-058 [CPL 2-2.58] - 29 CFR 1926.62, Lead Exposure In Construction; Interim Final Rule-- Inspection and Compliance Procedures 109k
3. 1989 - 01/05/1989 - CPL 02-02-047 [CPL 2-2.47] - Compliance Dates for the Lead Standard 29 CFR 1910.1025, with Clarification of the Implementation Schedule 22k
4. 1989 - 05/01/1989 - CPL 02-02-048 [CPL 2-2.48] - List of Laboratories Approved for Blood Lead Analysis 12k
5. 1993 - 07/06/1993 - CSP 01-01-027 [STP 2-1.171] - Lead Exposure in Construction: Interim Rule 16k
6. 1978 - 10/30/1978 - STD 03-08-001 [STD 3-8.1] - Welding, Cutting or Heating of Metals Coated with Lead-Bearing Paint 14k
7. 1979 - 02/14/1979 - CSP 01-01-011 [STP 2-1.94] - Federal Program Change Transmittal: Occupational Exposure to Lead, Final Standard 12k
8. 2008 - 08/14/2008 - CPL 03-00-009 - OSHA Instruction; National Emphasis Program-Lead 10k
9. 2001 - 03/21/2001 - CSP 01-00-002 [STP 2-0.22B] - State Plan Policies and Procedures Manual 152k
10. 1978 - 10/10/1978 - CPL 02-02-022 [CPL 2-2.22] - 29 CFR 1910.1018 Inspection and Compliance Procedures for the Permanent Occupation Exposure Standard for Inorganic Arsenic Compounds. 115k

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