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29 CFR 1910.107(b)(3) January 17, 1975 Mr. Ray Cason Administrative Assistant Ecodyne Corporation Ecodyne Cooling Products Division P.O. Box 15687 Tulsa, Oklahoma 74115 Dear Mr. Cason: Assistant Secr
January 27, 1975 Mr. Bruce Michael Cross 1900 Washington Building Seattle, Washington 98101 Dear Mr. Cross: Assistant Secretary John Stender has asked me to reply to your letter of January 3, 1975, w
29 CFR 1910.110(b)(6) February 10, 1975 Mr. E. R. Bentley Manager Cummins Sales, Inc. 10470 Evendale Drive Cincinnati, Ohio 45241 Dear Mr. Bentley: We are in receipt of your letter dated January 20,
29 CFR 1910.212(a)(5) February 10, 1975 Mr. Hugo W. Plaag Director of Risk Management Giant Food, Inc. Box 1804 Washington, D.C. 20013 Dear Mr. Plaag: Assistant Secretary John H. Stender has asked me
29 CFR 1910.213(h)(1) February 12, 1975 Mr. Glenn Bean Safety Officer Physical Plant Department Ricks College Rexburg, Idaho 83440 Dear Mr. Bean: This is in response to your letter dated January 30,
February 14, 1975 Mr. D. H. Scott President Delaware Alloy Forge Company 2300 East Tioga Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19134 Dear Mr. Scott: This is in reference to your application for a varianc
29 CFR 1926.251(c)(4)(iii) March 7, 1975 Mr. James N. Hurd Texas Gulf Construction Company, Inc. P.O. Box 2110 7002 Industrial Road Galveston, Texas 77550 Dear Mr. Hurd: Assistant Secretary John H. S
29 CFR 1926.103 29 CFR 1926.956(a)(3)(i)(ii) and (iii) March 10, 1975 Mr. Raymond G. Ritthamel Director-Safety & Security GPU Service Corporation Post Office Box 1018 Reading, Pennsylvania 19603
29 CFR 1910.95 March 19, 1975 Leslie E. Anderson, P.E. Chief Plant Engineer Blackstone Corporation 1111 Allen Street Jamestown, New York 14701 Dear Mr. Anderson: Assistant Secretary John H. Stender h
29 CFR 1910.27(b)(1)(ii) March 20, 1975 Mr. Raymond F. Pusezan Senior Staff Engineer The Quaker Oats Company Merchandise Mart Plaza Chicago, Illinois 60654 Dear Mr. Pusezan: Assistant Secretary John
March 21, 1975 Mr. I. Cohn Reliable Rubber & Plastic Machinery Co., Inc. 2014 Union Turnpike North Bergen, New Jersey 07047 Dear Mr. Cohn: This is in response to your letter requesting an interpr
29 CFR 1926.904(d) and (e) March 26, 1975 Mr. Robert B. Page Assistant Project Manager Morrison-Knudsen & Associates P.O. Box 9988 Chevy Chase Branch Washington, D.C. 20015 Dear Mr. Page: Your le
April 7, 1975 Mr. Monte Geiger Associated General Contractors Inland Empire Chapter E. 4935 Trent Spokane, WA 99220 Dear Monte: This is in answer to your request for an interpretation on OSHA standar
April 10, 1975 Mr. Dave Kuebaugh President, Local 1891 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers AFL-CIO, CLC P.O. Box 229 Gloverville, New York 12078 Dear Mr. Kuebaugh: This is in response to
29 CFR [1910.1017(h)(1)(ii)] April 15, 1975 R. E. Workman, Vice President The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Akron, Ohio 44316 Dear Mr. Workman: Assistant Secretary John H. Stender has asked me to re
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