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The entry employer must ensure that each attendant: 1926.1209(a) Is familiar with and understands the hazards that may be faced during entry, including information on the mode, signs or symptoms, and
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The entry employer must ensure that each entry supervisor: 1926.1210(a) Is familiar with and understands the hazards that may be faced during entry, including information on the mode, signs or sympto
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1926.1211(a) An employer who designates rescue and emergency services, pursuant to § 1926.1204(i), must: 1926.1211(a)(1) Evaluate a prospective rescuer's ability to respond to a rescue summons i
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1926.1212(a) Employers must consult with affected employees and their authorized representatives on the development and implementation of all aspects of the permit space program required by § 19
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For each document required to be retained in this standard, the retaining employer must make the document available on request to the Secretary of Labor or the Secretary's designee. [80 FR 25526, May
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1952.12(a) The Alaska State plan received initial approval on August 10, 1973. 1952.12(b) The Alaska State plan received final approval on September 28, 1984. 1952.12(c) Under the terms of the 1978 C
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1952.13(a) The Michigan State plan received initial approval on October 3, 1973. 1952.13(b) OSHA entered into an operational status agreement with Michigan. 1952.13(c) Under the terms of the 1978 Cou
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1952.14(a) The Vermont State plan received initial approval on October 16, 1973. 1952.14(b) OSHA entered into an operational status agreement with Vermont. 1952.14(c) The plan covers all private-sect
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1952.15(a) The Nevada State plan received initial approval on January 4, 1974. 1952.15(b) The Nevada State plan received final approval on April 18, 2000. 1952.15(c) Under the terms of the 1978 Court
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1952.16(a) The Hawaii State plan received initial approval on January 4, 1974. 1952.16(b) The Hawaii State plan received final approval on May 4, 1984. 1952.16(c) On September 21, 2012 OSHA modified
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1952.17(a) The Indiana State plan received initial approval on March 6, 1974. 1952.17(b) The Indiana State plan received final approval on September 26, 1986. 1952.17(c) Under the terms of the 1978 C
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1952.18(a) The Wyoming State plan received initial approval on May 3, 1974. 1952.18(b) The Wyoming State plan received final approval on June 27, 1985. 1952.18(c) Under the terms of the 1978 Court Or
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1952.19(a) The Arizona State plan received initial approval on November 5, 1974. 1952.19(b) The Arizona State plan received final approval on June 20, 1985. 1952.19(c) Under the terms of the 1978 Cou
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1952.20(a) The New Mexico State plan received initial approval on December 10, 1975. 1952.20(b) OSHA entered into an operational status agreement with New Mexico. 1952.20(c) Under the terms of the 19
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1952.21(a) The Virginia State plan received initial approval on September 28, 1976. 1952.21(b) The Virginia State plan received final approval on November 30, 1988. 1952.21(c) Under the terms of the
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