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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
September, 23, 2014 Mr. Jeremy Westcott Environmental Testing & Consulting, Inc. 38900 Huron River Drive Romulus, Michigan 48174-1159 Dear Mr. Westcott: Thank you for your April 7, 2014, letter to th
29 CFR 1910.1025(h) September 18, 1979 Mr. Paul L. Landry 1150 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. Suite 900 Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Mr. Landry: This is in reference to your application submitted on behalf
December 12, 1979 Mr. Michael G. May Corporate Industrial Hygienist RSR Corporation 1111 West Mockingbird Lane Dallas, Texas 75247 Dear Mr. May: Assistant Secretary Eula Bingham has asked me to respo
January 19, 1981 MEMORANDUM FOR: DAVID H. RHONE Regional Administrator ATTENTION: Kenneth Gerecke THRU: JOHN B. MILES Director Field Coordination FROM: BRUCE HILLENBRAND Acting Director, Federal Comp
October 22, 1981 Mr. Alvin Starr President, U.A.W. #1049 General Battery Corporation 2040 Amelia Street Dallas, Texas 75235 Dear Mr. Starr: OSHA's Dallas Regional Office requested us to respond to yo
September 17, 1982 Mr. James R. Thornton Manager of Industrial Hygiene Newport News Shipbuilding 4101 Washington Avenue Newport News, Virginia 23607 Dear Mr. Thornton: This is in response to your inq
April 25, 1983 Honorable Bill Emerson House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Congressman Emerson: Thank you for your letter of March 17, 1983, on behalf of Mr. Milton Barlow of Flat Riv
June 14, 1983 J. Paul Loomis, Vice-President Industrial Relations The G & O Manufacturing Company 100 Gando Drive New Haven, Connecticut 06508 Dear Mr. Loomis: This is in response to your inquiry of
August 3, 1983 MEMORANDUM FOR: JAMES W. LAKERegional Administrator FROM: JOHN B. MILES, JR.Director Office of Field Coordination SUBJECT: Interpretation of 29 CFR 1910.1025(f)(2)(ii) This is in respo
August 31, 1984 W. Scott Railton Reed, Smith, Shaw, and McClay 1150 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Mr. Railton: This is in response to your letter of June 19, concerning the app
October 29, 1984 Honorable Mike DeWine U.S. House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 205l5 Dear Congressman DeWine: Thank you for your letter of September 6 on behalf of your constituent, Mr. Scott
January 24, 1985 Gary E. Wynn Acting Supervisor Hazardous Materials Department General Dynamics Land Systems Division P. O. Box 1901 Warren, Michigan 48090 Dear Mr. Wynn: This is in response to your
May 24, 1985 Sidney Lerner, M.D. College of Medicine Mail Location 182 Cincinnati, Ohio 45267 Dear Dr. Lerner: Your letter dated May 8, 1985, concerning questions regarding the lead standard has been
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