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Additional clarification of this issue is contained in the June 14,1993 Regional Administrator's Memorandum. September 16, 1992 Mr. John Runyan Director of Political Affairs Printing Industries o
August 22, 1994 (Revision 2 issued September 20, 1995 and incorporated herein.) MEMORANDUM FOR: REGIONAL ADMINISTRATORS FROM: JAMES W. STANLEYDeputy Assistant Secretary SUBJECT: Guidance to Complianc
This letter constitutes OSHA's interpretation only of the requirements discussed and may not be applicable to any situation not delineated within the original correspondence. November 14, 2006 Ms
DATE: June 11, 1979 REPLY TO ATTN OF: Erie Area Office SUBJECT: [1910.123 - 1910.126], As Applied to Dip Tanks Containing Varnish for Electric Motor Coating TO: David H. Rhone, Regional Administrator
November 15, 1982 Mr. Robert Felix Executive Vice President National Arborist Association Inc. 3537 Stratford Road Wantagh, New York 11793 Dear Mr. Felix: Thank you for your letter of October 15, 198
September 6, 1983 Mr. Charles H. Pillard International President International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 1125 Fifteenth Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20005 Dear Mr. Pillard: Thank you for you
February 19, 1986 Mr. Neal A. Iund Chief Mechanic Bernina Sewing Machine Co., Inc. 70 Orchard Drive North Salt Lake UT 84054 Subject: Double Insulated vs. Electrically Grounded Sewing Machines for Sc
December 27, 1991 Mr. Daryl D. Magers Senior Principal Safety Engineer EG & G Rocky Flats Plant P.O. Box 1064 Golden, Colorado 80407-0464 Dear Mr. Magers: Thank you for your letter of September 20 re
January 13, 1992 Mr. Arthur J. Smith III Waldemar S. Nelson and Company Incorporated Engineers and Architects 1200 St. Charles Avenue New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 Dear Mr. Smith: This is further resp
April 15, 1992 Mr. Robert L. Echols Belco Electric, Inc. 3118 Marian Drive Atlanta, Georgia 30340 Dear Mr. Echols: This is in response to your January 31 letter requesting an interpretation of the ap
July 24, 1992 Valora Putnam, CIH Health and Safety Director Delta Environmental Consultants, Inc. Suite 300 900 Long Lake Road St. Paul, Minnesota 55112 Dear Ms. Putnam: This is in further response t
October 20, 1993 Mr. Christopher Barber 5080 N. Elston Ave. Chicago, Illinois 60630 Dear Mr. Barber: This is in response to your letter of August 25, addressed to Ms. Patricia K. Clark, former Direct
March 31, 1994 Mr. Matthew P Caputo HQ USAREUR CMR 420 BOX 2163 APO AE 09063 Dear Mr. Caputo: Thank you for your inquiry of February 2, requesting a copy of the current Occupational Safety and Health
June 15, 1994 Mr. Edward A. Kinsel C.J.'s Inc. 120 Wansley Drive Cartersville, Georgia 30120 Dear Mr. Kinsel: This is in response to your letter of February 15, 1993 and to the May 2, 1993 telephone
September 4, 1996 Memorandum For: Regional Administrators From: John B. Miles, Jr., DirectorDirectorate of Compliance Programs Subject: Solvent Distillation Units manufactured by Framco Environmental
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