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February 26, 1976 Mr. William S. McLaughlin Sr. Route #2, Newport Road Lititz, Pennsylvania 17543 Dear Mr. McLaughlin: This is in response to your letter of February 2, 1976, concerning requirements
March 2, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: Harry S. Sachkar, Area Director SUBJECT: Automatic Rail Clamps, Cranes This is in reply to your memorandum dated February 23, 1976 on the subject title. We have contacte
March 8, 1976 Mr. Ken Jensen Fireman's Fund American Insurance Companies New York Branch Office 110 William Street New York, New York 10038 Dear Mr. Jensen: This is in response to your letter request
March 11, 1976 Mr. A. Quayle Aeroil Products Company, Inc. 69 Wesley Street South Hackensack, New Jersey 07606 Dear Mr. Quayle: This is in response to your letter of February 20, 1976, regarding the
March 18, 1976 Mr. F. P. Clayton Assistant Superintendent Loss Control and Engineering Department Continental Insurance Companies 10 Park Place Newark, New Jersey 07101 Attention: Mr. Charles Troell
29 CFR 1910.27(d) March 18, 1976 Mr. Donald R. Devine, General Manager Air Space Devices, Norton Company Safety Products Division, P.O. Box 197 Paramount, California 90723 Dear Mr. Devine: This is in
March 22, 1976 Mr. A. L. Wilson Assistant Corporate Safety Manager General Office Caterpillar Tractor Company Peoria, Illinois 61629 Dear Mr. Wilson: This is in response to your letter dated February
March 26, 1976 Mr. Robert T. Loughlin Service Manager L. B. Smith, Inc. Upstate New York 5985 Court Street Road P. O. Box 65 Eastwood Station Syracuse, New York 13206 Dear Mr. Loughlin: This is in re
March 29, 1976 Mr. Salvatore J. Capitummino Assistant Managing Director The Building Industry Employers of New York State 6 Airline Drive Albany, New York 12205 Dear Mr. Capitummino: This is in respo
April 6, 1976 Mr. John Hitchings Industrial Oil Tank & Line Cleaning Service 307 East Garden Street Rome, New York 13440 Dear Mr. Hitchings: This is in response to your letter requesting a clarif
April 6, 1976 Mr. Darrell E. Wolbers, Manager Statutory Regulations J I Case 700 State Street Racine, Wisconsin 53404 Dear Mr. Wolbers: This is in response to your letter of February 26, 1976, addres
April 15 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: David H. RhoneRegional Administrator - OSHA Subject: The Handling, Storing and Use of MAPP Gas in Underground Construction Work This is in response to the memorandum fro
April 16, 1976 Mr. Richard D. Green Application & Development Manager MAPP Products P.O. Box 105 Springfield, New Jersey 07081 Dear Mr. Green: This is in response to your letter of March 31, 1976
April 19, 1976 Mr. Bernard J. Forquer Safety Administrator Raymond - Kiewit - Tidewater P.O. Box 201 Lusby, Maryland 20657 Dear Mr. Forquer: This is in response to your letter dated March 30, 1976 re
May 7, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: JOHN V. FIATARONEACTING REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR/OSHA Subject: 29 CFR 1910.261(a)(1), (2) and (4), Mills and Calendars in the Rubber and Plastics Industries This is in respo
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