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29 CFR 1910.179(b)(2) August 27, 1975 Mr. Don F. Hamilton House, Holmes & Jewell 1550 Tower Building Little Rock, Arkansas 7220l Representing: Arkansas Power & Light Co. Dear Mr. Hamilton: Th
29 CFR 1910.262(cc)(1) August 28, 1975 Mr. Robert A. Williams Plant Manager Davol, Inc. Box D Providence, Rhode Island 02901 Dear Mr. Williams: This is in reference to your letter dated January 29, 1
September 2, 1975 Mr. E.F. Makin Manager-Plant Security & Safety Piper Aircraft Corporation Lock Haven, Pa. 17745 Dear Mr. Makin: Your letter dated August 20 regarding storage of flammable liquids wa
September 2, 1975 MEMORANDUM FOR: EDWARD E. ESTKOWSKI ATTENTION: HAROLD I. WHITE Subject: Request for Interpretation - 1926.302(e), Powder Operated Handtools This is in response to your memorandum of
September 8, 1975 Mr. C. R. Stauffer Executive Offices Texaco, Inc. 135 East 42nd Street New York, New York 10017 Dear Mr. Stauffer: Your correspondence dated June 3, 1975, regarding a clarification
September 18, 1975 Mr. Stephen Schaurer Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Empire State Chapter 214 East Fayette Street Suite 700 Syracuse, New York 13202 Dear Mr. Schaurer: This is in respons
September 18, 1975 Mr. Earl R. Schiffman Safety Director Donohoe Construction Co., Inc. 2139 Wisconsin Ave., NW Washington, D.C. 20007 Dear Mr. Schiffman: This is in response to your letter dated Sep
September 29, 1975 Mr. William C. Hibbert U. S. Materials Handling Corp. P.O. Box 366 River Road Utica, New York 13503 Dear Mr. Hibbert: This is in response to your letter requesting clarification of
October 2, 1975 Mr. Frank Fatta District Manager Paasche Airbrush Co. 1944 West Ridge Road Rochester, New York 14626 Dear Mr. Fatta: This is in response to your letter referring to an advertisement f
29 CFR 1910.106 October 14, 1975 Mr. Theodore R. Wellen, Sr. Safety and Sanitation Engineer Wine Institute, 717 Market Street San Francisco, California 94103 Dear Mr. Wellen: This is in response to y
29 CFR 1910.1017(b)(6) December 17, 1975 Mr. Raymond H. Schenck Attorney Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. Five Executive Mall Swedesford Road Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087 Dear Mr. Schenck: This is in res
October 23, 1975 MEMORANDUM FOR AREA DIRECTORS SUBJECT: Crane Speeds Title 29 CFR 1910.179(e)(2) and (e)(3) states, among things, that bumpers or equivalent are required on crane bridges and trolleys
29 CFR 1910.68(d)(1) October 31, 1975 MEMORANDUM FOR: VERNON P. FERNArea Director SUBJECT: 29 CFR 1910.68(d)(1), Manlifts; Carrying of Lunchboxes on(text ends) This is in response to your memorandum
November 6, 1975 Mr. Bernard A. Zahn The Builders Exchange of Rochester, N.Y., Inc. 65 College Avenue Rochester, New York 14607 Dear Mr. Zahn: This is in response to your letter requesting clarificat
November 7, 1975 Mr. Charles S. Jones Safety Supervisor FMC Corporation, Chain Division 220 South Belmont Avenue Box 346B Indianapolis, Indiana 46206 Dear Mr. Jones: This is in response to your lette
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