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41. 1995 - 11/03/1995 - CPL 02-02-063 [CPL 2-2.63 (REVISED)] - Inspection Procedures for Occupational Exposure to Asbestos Final Rule 29 CFR Parts 1910.1001, 1926.1101, and 1915.1001. 188k
42. 1995 - 05/05/1995 - CPL 02-00-100 [CPL 2.100] - Application of the Permit-Required Confined Spaces (PRCS) Standards, 29 CFR 1910.146. 94k
43. 1994 - 09/13/1994 - CPL 02-02-045 [CPL 2-2.45A CH-1] - Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals -- Compliance Guidelines and Enforcement Procedures. 210k
44. 1994 - 08/29/1994 - CPL 02-00-035 [CPL 2.35 CH-25] - Changes to the Regulatory and General Industry Standard Alleged Violation Elements (SAVEs) Manual. 39k
45. 1992 - 09/28/1992 - CPL 02-02-045 (REVISED) [CPL 2-2.45A (REVISED)] - Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals -- Compliance Guidelines and Enforcement Procedures. 217k
46. 1992 - 09/28/1992 - CPL 02-02-045 [CPL 2-2.45A] - Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals-- Compliance Guidelines and Enforcement Procedures. 240k
47. 1990 - 02/27/1990 - CSP 01-00-003 [STP 2.22A CH-3] - Changes to the State Plan Policies and Procedures Manual 47k
48. 1989 - 08/14/1989 - IPC 00-00-002 [PUB 8.5A] - OSHA Magazine - Job Safety and Health Quarterly 24k
49. 1987 - 12/30/1987 - CSP 02-01-002 [TED 3.9] - Information Dissemination System for Consultation Visits Resulting in Significant Benefits 21k
50. 1985 - 06/03/1985 - CPL 02-02-006 [CPL 2-2.6 CH-1] - Removal of Obsolete Sections 17k

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