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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
April 18, 1975 Mr. Walter O'Connell Charles T. Main International, Inc. Southeast Tower Prudential Center Boston, Massachusetts 02199 Dear Mr. O'Connell: The following is offered in response to your
April 22, 1975 MEMORANDUM FOR: ALFRED BARDENASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR/OSH SUBJECT: Compliance with OSHA Requirements This is in response to your memorandum of March 18, 1975, concerning 1910.23(e),
April 23, 1975 Mr. Neil C. Woodworth Hooker Chemicals and Plastics Corporation Durez Division North Tonawanda, N. Y. 14120 Dear Mr. Woodworth: This is in response to your letter dated January 20, 197
April 30, 1975 MEMORANDUM FOR: DAVID H. RHONEASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR/OSH Subject: Request for Interpretation This is in response to your memorandum dated April 2, 1975, and subsequent telephone c
April 30, 1975 MEMORANDUM TO: ALFRED A. BARDENASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR/OSH Subject: Request for interpretation of 1910.110(d)(13)(i) and (iii) This is in response to your memo dated March 10, 1975
May 1, 1975 Mr. Thomas F. Shannon Collier, Shannon, Rill and Edwards Counselors at Law 1666 K Street, N.W. Washington, D. C. 20006 Dear Mr. Shannon: This is in response to your letter dated April 1,
May 1, 1975 Mr. James Hahn Plant Manager Cudahy Tanning Company, Inc. 5043 South Packard Avenue Cudahy, Wisconsin 53110 Dear Mr. Hahn: This is in reference to your application for a variance from [29
May 12, 1975 Mr. Ingo Zeise Construction Division Engineering Department E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company 1007 Market Street Wilmington, Delaware 19898 Dear Mr. Zeise: This is in response to you
June 12, 1975 Mr. Allan Harvie Deputy Director Michigan Department of Labor 300 East Michigan Avenue Lansing, Michigan 48926 Dear Mr. Harvie: This is in reference to a request for a variance from Sec
June 19, 1975 Mr. Gerald E. Hoak Special Assistant, Personnel The Potomac Edison Co. Downsville Pike Hagertown, Maryland 21740 Dear Mr. Hoak: This is in response to your letter dated June 10, 1975 re
June 23, 1975 Mr. R. Lemma Buffalo Forge Company Buffalo Pumps Division P.O. Box 156 North Tonawanda, New York 14120 Dear Mr. Lemma, This is in response to your letter requesting clarification of the
June 24, 1975 Mr. Howard Hawley Tube-Lok Products P.O. Box 02175 Portland, OR 97202 Dear Mr. Hawley: In ANSI Standard B56.1-1969, Safety Standard for Powered Industrial Trucks, Section 421 includes t
29 CFR 1926.601(b)(8) (Letter undated) Mr. Templeton Smith Law Department Koppers Company, Inc. 1550 Koppers Building Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219 Dear Mr. Smith: Assistant Secretary John H. Stende
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