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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. April 14, 2008 Mr. M
March 7, 2011 Mr. Ron Cole 4501 Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. Kansas City, MO 64130-2371 Dear Mr. Cole: Thank you for your letter to Charles Adkins, Regional Administrator for OSHA Region VII. The letter
June 14, 2011 Margaret Irwin Director Customs, Immigration & Cross-Border Operations American Trucking Associations 950 North Glebe Road, Suite 210 Arlington, VA 22203-4181 Dear Ms. Irwin: Thank
Combustible Dust - An Explosion Hazard
Construction Industry | Preventing Backovers - Regulations
Green Job Hazards: Green Roofs - Powered Industrial Trucks (All-Terrain Forklifts
Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories: Specific References to OSHA Standards Requiring NRTL Approval
OSHA Assistance for the Trucking Industry | Industry Hazards - Loading and Unloading
OSHA Fact Sheet: Internal Combustion Engines as Ignition Sources
March 15, 2009 · Volume 8, Issue 6 A twice monthly e-news memo with information, updates, and results from OSHA about safety and health in America's workplaces. In This Issue OSHA employee aut
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Hurricane eMatrix: The hazards outlined in this activity sheet apply to debris collection and removal crews operating dredging, lifting, separating, sweeping, and hauling equipment.
Hurricane eMatrix: This activity sheet is for those workers conducting debris reduction, recycling, and disposal efforts, those who work in areas where this activity is occurring, and those who supervise these activities.
Hurricane eMatrix. This activity sheet is for heavy equipment operators and their supervisors. It should be used in conjunction with the activity sheet for the activity in which the heavy equipment is being used (building demolition, utility restoration).¿Additionally, operators of cranes and aerial lifts should also refer to the precautions outlined in the activity sheets for those operations.
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