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May 14, 1976 Mr. Thomas Wunderlich Hot End Superintendent C-E Glass P.O. Box 268 Cinnaminson, New Jersey 08077 Dear Mr. Wunderlich: This is in response to your letter dated April 5, 1976, in which yo
May 17, 1976 Mr. A. L. Wilson Caterpillar Tractor Company Peoria, Illinois 61629 Subject: Electrostatic Paint Spraying - 1910.94 & 1910.107 Dear Mr. Wilson: The minimum maintained velocity requir
May 17, 1976 [Name Withheld] Dear [Name Withheld]: In response to your question as to whether liquified flammable gases are considered as included under the requirements of Section 1910.106, Flammabl
May 20, 1976 Mrs. Gladys Bourque 154 Orchard Avenue Manchester, New Hampshire 03103 Dear Mrs. Bourque: Your letter, addressed to the President, concerning sewing machine guards has been forwarded to
[29 CFR 1910.1003] May 21, 1976 Donald L. Morgan, Esquire Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton 1250 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Mr. Morgan: This is in response to your Nove
May 24, 1976 Mr. John Mullins Chairman, NEA Safety Commission National Erectors Association Arlington, Virginia 22209 Dear Mr. Mullins: This is in reference to your inquiry, concerning the Field Info
June 3, 1976 Mr. Roy T. Dodge Chief of Design and Construction Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority 600 Fifth Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20001 Dear Mr. Dodge: This is in response to your
June 22, 1976 Mr. Dennis H. Garda Corporate Safety Director Warner Communications, Inc. 75 Rockefeller Plaza New York, New York 10019 Dear Mr. Garda: Assistant Secretary Morton Corn has asked me to r
June 22, 1976 Mr. Harold Fay, Business Representative District No. 9, I.A.M. & A.W. 159 Shamrock Street East Alton, Illinois 62024 Dear Mr. Fay: We are in receipt of your letter dated June 10, 19
June 30, 1976 MEMORANDUM FOR: OSHA REGIONAL ADMINISTRATORS FROM: MORTON CORNAssistant Secretary of Labor SUBJECT: Interpretation of Allowable Airborne Concentrations of Mercury 29 CFR 1910.1000, Tabl
July 1, 1976 Mr. R. P. Adamson Director of Marketing Industrial Distribution Campbell Chain Company Post Office Box 3056 York, Pennsylvania 17402 Dear Mr. Adamson: This is in reply to your correspond
July 2, 1976 Mr. Scott T. Carpenter Senior Safety Representative EBASCO Services, Ind. Post Office Box 70 Killona, Louisiana 70066 Dear Mr. Carpenter: This is in response to your letter dated April 2
July 2, 1976 Mr. T. H. Morrell Vice President, Engineering Owatonna Manufacturing Company, Inc. Hi-way 46 North Owatonna, Minnesota 55060 Dear Mr. Morrell: Assistant Secretary Morton Corn has asked m
July 7, 1976 Mr. James E. Eads Bloomington Manufacturing Company 1000 W. Allen Street Bloomington, Indiana 47401 Dear Mr. Eads: OSHA may not approve, endorse, or recommend any product or process. The
July 7, 1976 MEMORANDUM TO: ROBERT B. HANNA, AREA DIRECTOR MILWAUKEE Subject: Specific Trenching Requirements This is in response to your letter of inquiry dated May 18, 1976, concerning the above st
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