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September 14, 1972 Mr. H. W. Somershoe Executive Vice President DAP Inc. P.O. Box 277 Dayton, Ohio 45401 Dear Mr. Somershoe: In regard to your letter of September 7, 1972, exit markings in places of
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February 23, 1973 Mr. Robert I. Slaughter Safety Supervisor Chicago Bridge & Iron Company 901 West 22nd Street Oak Brook, Illinois 60521 Dear Mr. Slaughter: Your letter dated December 6, 1972, to
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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
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August 8, 1973 OSHA STANDARD NOTICE 1910.106 To: Field and National Office Subject: Applicability of Section 1910.106 to Wineries. Purpose. To provide information and guidance on applicability of Sec
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DATE: April 23, 1973 REPLY TO ATTN OF: OSHA - ARA's Federal/State Operations - Technical Support SUBJECT: 1926.500, Guardrails, handrails & guards TO: ALL AREA DIRECTORS Paragraph 1926.500(f)(l)(
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December 26, 1973 Mr. Lewis C. Barbe, President Risk Treatment Services Company, Inc. 3200 Wilshire Boulevard South Tower, Suite 1208 Los Angeles, California 90010 Dear Mr. Barbe: Your letters to var
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January 21, 1974 Mr. John P. Markey Coordinator of OSHA Activities Industrial Relations Division Edison Electric Institute 98 Park Avenue New York, New York 10016 Dear Mr. Markey: This response is to
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March 20, 1974 Mr. C. M. Westerman Senior Vice President Warner Insurance 4210 Peterson Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60646 Dear Mr. Westerman: This letter is in response to your request of February 12, 1
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July 1, 1974 MEMORANDUM TO: AL REIS SUBJECT: Width of Scaffold Platforms The Atlanta Region has called to our attention that scaffold platform widths are not specified for most of the scaffolds named
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July 16, 1974 6OSHA - TS75-2 Interpretation - 29 CFR 1910.181 Derricks Robert Simmons, Area Director Lubbock Area Office With regard to Mr. Charles Deckard's request of July 9, 1974, I submit the fol
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September 4, 1974 Mr. Thomas L. Cairns Sr. Industrial Specialist Brown & Root, Inc. P.O. Box 3 Houston, TX 77001 Dear Mr. Cairns: I have received your request concerning 29 CFR 1910.27(d) in referenc
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October 21, 1974 Mr. Edwin L. Karpick Vice President U. S. Metalite P. O. Box 447 Layfayette, Indiana 47902 Dear Mr. Karpick: This is in answer to your letter of October 10, 1974 about the use of sti
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November 18, 1974 MEMORANDUM FOR: ALFRED BARDEN Subject: Clarification of 1926.601 and 1926.602 This is in reply to the request as outlined in your memoranda dated September 13, 1974, and November 4,
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November 20, 1974 MEMORANDUM FOR: MR. JIM LAKE Subject: Interpretation of 1926.551(i), "Hooking and Unhooking Loads from Hovering Helicopters" This memorandum is being written at your request to clar
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December 26, 1974 James T. Knorpp, Area Director Tulsa Area Office In answer to your request pertaining to the use of gasoline filled 55-gallon drums transported on a pickup truck and dispensed by me
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