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OSHA requirements are set by statute, standards and regulations. Our interpretation letters explain these requirements and how they apply to particular circumstances, but they cannot create additiona
December 11, 1987 Mr. Gregory D. Kugler Environmental Scientist Andrews Environmental Engineering Inc. 1320 South Fifth Street Springfield, Illinois 62703 Dear Mr. Kugler: This is in response to your
June 24, 2003 Mr. John E. Hudson, Jr. Safety Associates P.O. Box 357520 Gainesville, FL 32635 Dear Mr. Hudson: Thank you for your March 31, 2003 letter to the Occupational Safety and Health Administr
February 26, 1981 Mr. W. W. Palmer Vice President Black Brothers Company, Inc. 501 9th Avenue Mendota, Illinois 61342 Dear Mr. Palmer: This is in response to your inquiry for an evaluation of the ope
July 8, 1982 Mr. Ronald C. Pohls Vice President, Personnel Drug and Health Care Group Foremost-McKesson, Inc. One Post Street San Francisco, California 94104 Dear Mr. Pohls: This is in response to yo
May 31, 1983 Mr. Robert F. Harbrant President Food and Beverage Trades Department AFL-CIO 815 Sixteenth Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 Dear Mr. Harbrant: This is in response to your letter of Ap
September 11, 1984 Mr. Anthony Ambrose, Jr. 67 N. Transithill Drive Depew, New York 14043 Dear Mr. Ambrose: This is in response to your letter of September 4, 1984, in which you request information a
March 18, 1985 Honorable Robert Kastenmeier U.S. House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Congressman Kastenmeier: This is in response to your correspondence of February 26, on behalf of
March 29, 1985 Mr. Kenneth R. Thorson 278 Belleville Turnpike Kearny, New Jersey 07032 Dear Mr. Thorson: This is in response to your letter of February 10, 1985, concerning questions on facial hair a
May 23, 1985 Richard C. Gerlach, Ph.D., CIH Vice President-Technical Services Industrial Health Foundation, Inc. 34 Penn Circle West Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206 Dear Dr. Gerlach: This is in respon
Jun 3, 1985 Honorable Charles Wilson Member, United States House of Representatives Room 201 701 North First Street Lufkin, Texas 75901 Dear Congressman Wilson: Your letter dated April 4, to Mr. Bill
Jun 21, 1985 Mr. William R. Bunner Manager Envirosafe Services, Inc. 115 Gibraltar Road Horsham, Pennsylvania 19044 Dear Mr. Bunner: I have been asked by Assistant Secretary Robert Rowland to reply t
Jun 26, 1985 MEMORANDUM FOR: James W. Lake Regional Administrator FROM: John B. Miles, Jr., Director Directorate of Field Operations Subject: Jurisdiction for Pesticide Health Hazards This is in resp
April 30, 1986 Mr. Peter A. Susser Keller and Heckman 1150 17th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Mr. Susser: This is in response to your letter of February 26, regarding the hazard of polyvin
July 2, 1986 Mr. James W. Gocke Vice President and General Counsel SIRCHIE Finger Print Laboratories Post Office Box 30576 Raleigh, North Carolina 27622 Dear Mr. Gocke: Your letters dated April 22 an
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