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September 29, 1976 Mr. Vincent G. Biro President and General Manager The Biro Manufacturing Company Marblehead, Ohio 43440 Dear Mr. Biro: Reference is made to my letter of July 6, 1976, wherein it st
October 19, 1976 Honorable William A. Steiger House of Representatives Washington, D. C. 20515 Dear Congressman Steiger: This is in response to your letter of August 30, 1976, which transmitted a let
October 20, 1976 Mr. Walter Chapman, Director, Safety/Security Marion Power Shovel Company, Inc. 617 W. Center Street Post Office Box 505 Marion, Ohio 43302 RE: Your letter dated September 22, 1976 -
November 10, 1976 Honorable Jennings Randolph United States Senate Washington, D. C. 20510 Dear Senator Randolph: This is in response to your correspondence of August 5, 1976, which transmitted a let
November 10, 1976 Mr. Philip W. Blake Vice President Safety Consulting, Inc. P. O. Box 4116 Wichita, Kansas 67204 Dear Mr. Blake: This is in response to your letter of September 10, 1976, regarding t
R-TSA November 11, 1976 Mr. Jack A. Hager Gas Inspector City of Rice Lake Rice Lake, Wisconsin 54868 In re: Your letter dated November 1, 1976 1910.110 liquified Petroleum Gases Dear Mr. Hager: Your
November 12, 1976 R-TSA Your memo of November 9, 1976 [1910.123-1910.126] Vernon P. Fern, Area Director Minneapolis Area Office Your memo asks if [1910.123-1910.126] applies to a liquid with a flash
November 18, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: Robert C. Tice-Regional Administrator ATTN: C. R. Holder-ARA for Technical Support Subject: Clarification of Difference Between 29 CFR 1910.106(d)(4)(iii) and 29 CFR
December 2, 1976 Mr. Robert G. Patterson P.O. Box 296 Ellwood City, Pennsylvania 16117 Dear Mr. Patterson: This is in response to your correspondence of November 13, 1976, concerning Occupational Saf
December 3, 1976 Mr. Robert Wiedenhoefer, P.E. Total Comfort of Wisconsin, Inc. 302 North Pewaukee Road Waukeshaw, Wisconsin 53186 In re: Your letter dated November 3, 1976 OSHA 1910.106 Flammable an
December 9, 1976 Mr. Jim Pryde Safety and Security Administrator Wagner Castings Company P. O. Box 1319 Decatur, Illinois 62525 In re: Your letter dated November 23, 1976 Clip-on Side Shields Dear Mr
December 13, 1976 Mr. George B. Munsey Munsey Products, Inc. 8507 New Benton Highway P. O. Box 4285 Asher Station Little Rock, Arkansas 72204 Dear Mr. Munsey: This is in reply to your letter of Septe
Dec 17, 1976 Mr. Joseph F. Gerling Extension Safety Specialist Cooperative Extension Service Division of Agriculture Oklahoma State University Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 Dear Mr Gerling: This is in r
December 28, 1976 Mr. George A. Horne Industrial Hygienist ACF Industries, Incorporated 750 Third Avenue New York, New York 10017 Dear Mr. Horne: This is in reply to your letter of December 1, 1976,
January 4, 1977 Mr. John Lee Ames, President United States Crane Certification Bureau, Inc. 6990 Lake Ellenor Drive Orlando, Florida 32809 Dear Mr. Ames: This is in response to your letter of Novembe
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