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March 21, 1977 Mr. Edwin C. Clouse, Jr. 26-12th Avenue W. Albia, Iowa 52531 Dear Mr. Clouse: Your letter dated January 20, 1977, addressed to the President, has been referred to this office for reply
March 24, 1977 Mr. Michael F. Dolan Industrial Hygienist Vulcan Materials Company P.O. Box 545 Wichita, Kansas 67201 Dear Mr. Dolan: This is in response to your letter of October 4, 1976, in which yo
March 25, 1977 Mr. James F. McGlame, Jr. President Massachusetts Council of Construction Employers, Inc. 260 Summer Street, Room 704 Boston, Massachusetts 02210 Dear Mr. McGlame: This is in reference
April 7, 1977 MEMORANDUM TO: Gabe GillottiOffice of Field Coordination FROM: David HaddenOffice of Construction Safety Standards THRU: Allan E. Martin and John ProctorOffice of Standards SUBJECT: Mis
April 15, 1977 Mr. E. Robert Obus Rosenwach Tank Co., Inc. 96 North 9th Street Brooklyn, New York 11211 Dear Mr. Obus: It has been brought to our attention that our letter of February 16, 1977 on the
April 18, 1977 Mr. Edward M. Morris, President Occupational Safety Consultants, Inc. Post Office Box 4337 Corpus Christi, Texas 78408 Dear Mr. Morris: This is in response to your letter of March 17,
April 19, 1977 Mr. Wilson Tanner, Associate Vice President Outdoor Advertising Association of America, Inc. 1660 L. Street, N.W., Suite 215-6 Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Mr. Tanner: This is in respon
April 26, 1977 Mr. Richard Munsterman Post Office Box 439 M Duluth, Minnesota 55803 Dear Mr. Munsterman: This is in response to your letter of April 5, 1977, regarding procedures to be followed to be
May 3, 1977 Mr. Allen L. Wilson Assistant Corporate Safety Manager General Office, AB4B Caterpillar Tractor Company Peoria, Illinois 61629 Dear Mr. Wilson: This is in response to your letter of March
May 19, 1977 MEMORANDUM TO: BARRY WHITE FROM: JOHN F. MARTONIKChairperson Coke Oven Committee SUBJECT: Interpretation of 29 CFR 1029(d), Regulated Areas This is in response to your inquiry concerning
May 20, 1977 Mr. Peyton H. Hines, President Safety Supply House P.O. Box 382 Belle Chasse, Louisiana 70037 Dear Mr. Hines: In response to your request to our New Orleans Area Office and telephone con
June 14, 1977 Mr. William H. Sardo, Jr. Executive Vice President National Wooden Pallet and Container Association 1619 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Mr. Sardo: This is in resp
June 14, 1977 Mr. M. L. Stockwell Sales Manager American Allsafe Co., Inc. 1245 Niagara Street Buffalo, New York 14213 Dear Mr. Stockwell: This is to acknowledge the receipt of your letter dated Apri
June 14, 1977 Mr. A. E. Ada, Jr., Manager Marketing Department Distribution and Engineering Exxon Company, U.S.A. Post Office Box 2180 Houston, Texas 77801 Dear Mr. Ada: This is in response to your c
June 23, 1977 Mr. Lawrence R. Stafford, P. E. 8 Gracemore Street Albany, New York 12203 Dear Mr. Stafford: This is in response to your correspondence of April 14, 1977, addressed to Alfred Barden, Re
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