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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
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April 17, 1973 Mr. David A. Ghormley Safety Coordinator Knoxville Utilities Board 626 Gay Street, S. W. P.O. Box 1951 Knoxville, Tennessee 37901 Dear Mr. Ghormley: Thank you for your letter of April
July 17 1975 Mr. Robert E. Schumacher General Manager High Plains Insurance, Inc. P.O. Box 100 Hays, Kansas 67601 Dear Mr. Schumacher: This is in response to your letter of May 21, 1975, regarding ae
OSHA Instruction STD 1-3.2 March 21, 1979 Office of Compliance Programming H A Z A R D A L E R T SUBJECT: Hunt-Pierce Servi-Lift #9-271 Aerial Lift A. Purpose. This instruction requires that the six
October 23, 1992 Mr. Brian Mills National Safety Manager Vibroplant, Inc. 1001 W. Euless Boulevard Euless, Texas 76040-5033 Dear Mr. Mills: Your May 18 letter to Mr. Jim Knorpp, the Occupational Safe
May 5, 1997 Mr. Tom Anderson Lincoln Electric Systems 2620 Fairfield Street Lincoln, NE 68521-1307 Dear Mr. Anderson: This is in response to your May 1, 1997 letter addressed to Mr.Glenn Taylor in th
July 21, 1998 Dennis Vance Safety Specialist Safety Services 711 Low Gap Road Princeton, WV 24740 Dear Mr. Vance: RE: 1926.451(g); 1926.452(w);1926.453; 1926.502(d); CPL 2-1.23; ANSI A92.2; ANSI A92.
December 21, 1998 Mr. Dimitrios S. Mihou, CSP OSHA Regulatory Compliance / Accident Prevention Specialist Niagara Mohawk 300 Erie Boulevard West Syracuse, NY 13202-4250 Dear Mr. Mihou: This is a foll
September 23, 1999 Judson S. Ludeking Contractors Risk Management, Inc., Post Office Box 211 Concord, New Hampshire 03302-0211 Dear Mr. Ludeking: Thank you for your August 18, 1999 letter in which yo
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 25, 2001 MEMORANDUM FOR: RICHARD SOLTANActing Regional Administrator, Philadelphia Regional Office ATTENTION: JOHN McFEE FROM: RUSSELL B. SWANSON, DIRECTORDirector of Construction SUBJECT:
October 23, 2002 Frances Youney C.Y. Concepts, INC. 440 Stone Road Rochester, N.Y. 14616 Re: Whether workers may stand on scaffold guardrails; anchor points; §§1926.450, 1926.502(d). Dear M
February 2, 2004 Mr. Michael P. Kurtgis, CEO USA Airmobile, Inc. 4101 Southwest 47th Avenue, Suite 106 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314 Re: Whether a fall protection device for workers in an aerial lif
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