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1. 1991 - 06/10/1991 - CSP 01-01-024 [STP 2-1.154C] - Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response; Final Rule and Corrections 20k
2. 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
3. 1980 - 02/22/1980 - CPL 02-02-027 [CPL 2-2.27] - Benzidine - Based Dyes: Direct Black 38, Direct Brown 95 and Direct Blue 6 Dyes 56k
4. 2010 - 11/04/2010 - CPL 03-00-012 - OSHA's National Emphasis Program (NEP) on Shipbreaking 60k
5. 1993 - 07/06/1993 - CSP 01-01-027 [STP 2-1.171] - Lead Exposure in Construction: Interim Rule 16k
6. 1985 - 06/03/1985 - CPL 02-02-022 [CPL 2-2.22 CH-1] - Removal of Obsolete Sections 14k
7. 2001 - 11/27/2001 - CPL 02-02-069 [CPL 2-2.69] - Enforcement Procedures for the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens 214k
8. 2004 - 12/30/2004 - CPL 02-00-135 - Recordkeeping Policies and Procedures Manual 138k
9. 1996 - 01/09/1996 - CPL 02-02-063 [CPL 2-2.63 CH-1] - Inspection Procedures for Occupational Exposure to Asbestos Final Rule 29 CFR Parts 1910.1001, 1926.1101, and 1915.1001. 31k
10. 1993 - 12/13/1993 - CPL 02-00-045 [CPL 2.45B CH-4] - Changes to the Field Operations Manual (FOM) 642k

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