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July 8, 1976 Mr. H.D. Sullivan Chief Engineer, Product Safety International Harvester 7 South 600 County Line Road Hinsdale, Illinois 60521 Dear Mr. Sullivan: This is in response to your corresponden
July 12, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: Donald E. MacKenzieRegional Administrator Subject: Interpretation of 29 CFR 1910.184(e)(4) This is in response to Mr. R. A. Wendell's memorandum dated May 28, 1976, whic
July 15, 1976 Mr. William D. Casey Casey Electric Service P. O. Box 115 Marked Tree, Arkansas 72365 Dear Mr. Casey: Your letter of June 16, 1976 to our Little Rock Area Office was forwarded to this o
July 19, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: Alfred Barden Regional Administrator Subject: Specific Standards Applicable to Cut-and- Cover Operations in the Construction of Tunnels This is in reply to your letter o
August 2, 1976 Mr. Robert L. Hinman Safety Consulting, Inc. Post Office Box 80305 Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 Dear Mr. Hinman: This is in response to your correspondence of June 29, 1976, regarding certa
August 2, 1976 Mr. Leighton A. Wederath Attorney at Law 517 1/2 North Main Street Carroll, Iowa 51401 Dear Mr. Wederath: This is in response to your letter of July 16, 1976, regarding safety standard
August 10, 1976 Mr. Carl S. Bloomberg Manager, Hi-Climber Systems Alpana/Steeplejac 13500 County Road 6 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55441 Dear Mr. Bloomberg: This is in response to your letter of July 23,
August 20, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: Vernon A. Strahm Regional Administrator Subject: Citation under 1926.251(c)(3) of R.C. Williams Trucking Company This is in response to your memorandum of August 2, 19
August 30, 1976 Dr. Gary S. Nelson Texas Agricultural Extension Service The Texas A&M University System Agricultural Engineering Building, Room 303 College Station, Texas 77843 Dear Dr. Nelson: T
September 8, 1976 Mr. Kenneth Koning, Loss Prevention Consultant Liberty Mutual Insurance Company 6700 France Avenue, South Minneapolis, Minnesota 55435 RE: Your letter dated August 6, 1976 - 1910.10
September 9, 1976 Mr. O. V. Simons, Senior Engineering American Mutual Insurance Companies Suite 501 4415 Harrison Street Hillside, Illinois 60162 RE: Your letter dated August 10, 1976 - 1910.107, Sp
September 14, 1976 Mr. Kenneth G. May, Agency Compliance Supervisor The Great Lakes Construction Company Box 09086 Pearlbrook Station Cleveland, Ohio 44109 Subject: 1926.652 - Specific Trenching Requ
September 15, 1976 Mr. Robert L. Hinman Resident Consultant Nebraska Office Post Office Box 80305 Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 Dear Mr. Hinman: This is in response to your letter dated July 26, 1976, requ
September 20, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: Nicholas Di Archangel Acting Regional Administrator ATTN: E. Largent - Yamazen USA, Inc. Subject: Request for Interpretation This is in reply to Mr. Largent's memo
September 23, 1976 Mr. W. E. Raymond, Secretary Safety Education Committee for the Electrical Construction Industry 710 N. Plankinton Avenue Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202 Dear Mr. Raymond: This is in re
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