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December 8, 1975 Mr. L. C. Nicholas, P.E. H. K. Ferguson Company One Erieview Plaza Cleveland, Ohio 44114 Dear Mr. Ferguson: This is in response to your letter dated July 30, 1975 and October 9, 1975
December 9, 1975 Mr. Mervyn Sluizer, Jr. IIL Technical Director Institute of Industrial Launderers 1730 M Street, N.W. -- Suite 613 Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Mr. Sluizer: This is in response to you
December 24, 1975 Mr. Robert J. Bolger, President National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Inc. 1911 Jefferson Davis Highway Arlington, Virginia 22202 Dear Mr. Bolger: This is in response to your l
January 8, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: Thomas V. Martin, Area Director, Charleston Subject: Penn Line Services, Inc. Reference is made to your memorandum data December 19, 1975 on the subject title. The MSA
January 12, 1976 Mr. Joseph M. Karch Manager of Safety and Training Essex Chemical Corporation 1401 Broad Street Clifton, New Jersey 07015 Dear Mr. Karch: This is in response to your letter requestin
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
January 14, 1976 Mr. Gary Dalbke Boise Cascade Office Products Division 231 South Jefferson Street Chicago, Illinois 60606 Dear Mr. Dalbke: This is in response to your letter of December 18, 1975, re
January 16, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: Robert C. Tice, Jr.Regional Administrator Subject: Apparent Conflict Between the FOM and the Act This is in response to your memorandum dated December 12, 1975. The a
January 16, 1976 Mr. William Mueller Chief Engineer Utility Body Company 901 Gilman Street Berkeley, California 94710 Dear Mr. Mueller: This is in response to your letter of October 30, 1975 addresse
January 21, 1976 Mr. F. Ward Hendee Chief Draftsman Vermont Structural Steel, Corp. P.O. Box 610 207 Flynn Avenue Burlington, Vermont 05401 Dear Mr. Hendee: This is in response to your letter dated D
January 22, 1976 Mr. S. Kano Manager Danrex, Ltd. C.P.O. Box No. 2044 Tokyo, Japan Dear Mr. Kano: This is in reply to your letter of October 16, 1975, regarding approval of lineman's safety belts and
January 26, 1976 Mr. John R. Reilly Corporate Safety Director Corporate Headquarters Fisher Scientific Company 711 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 Dear Mr. Reilly: Your letter of January 16, 1976
January 27, 1976 Ms. Kay Urtz General Assignment Reporter 333 N. Dominick Street Rome, New York 13440 Dear Ms. Urtz: This is in response to your letter dated November 22, 1975, which was referred to
February 6, 1976 Mr. Herman Bradshaw Franklin Equipment Company Post Office Box 697 Franklin, Virginia 23851 Dear Mr. Bradshaw: This is in response to your correspondence of January 15, 1976, regardi
February 17, 1976 Mr. John M. Reynolds, Manager Occupational Safety and Health General Electric Corporate Research and Development Center P. O. Box 8 Building K-1, Room 2C7 Schenectady, New York 1230
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