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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
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
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)(
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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,
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
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
29 CFR 1910.212(a)(3)(ii) January 7, 1975 Mr. R. W. Ach President Chester Products, Inc. 1300 Lafayette Avenue Middletown, Ohio 45042 Dear Mr. Ach: This is in reference to your letter dated August 22
January 7, 1975 MEMORANDUM FOR: JAMES W. LAKE ASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR/OSH Subject: Log Handling Machines, 29 CFR 1910.265(d)(1)(ii)(b) This confirms your telephone conversation with Mr. John B. L
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