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October 21, 1999 Mr. Raymond R. Peterson President VISTA 810 Krift Avenue, P. O. Box 247 Burlington, Wisconsin 53105-0247 Re: Powered Industrial Truck Training: §§1910.178(l) and 1926.602(a
November 2, 1999 Howard Edwards Industrial Hygiene Supervisor Parts & Service Support Center Caterpillar, Inc. 500 N. Morton Avenue Morton, Il 61550-0474 Thank you for your August 27, 1999 letter to
November 27, 2001 Mr. Mark W. Monson, CSP General Casualty 10400 Viking Drive, Suite 300 Eden Prairie, MN 55344 Re: §§1926.451(c)(2)(iv) and (v) and 1926.602(c) Dear Mr. Monson: This respon
March 8, 2002 Mr. Brian McGuinness Safety & Health Consultant CORE Safety Network 209 Congress Street West Salem, OH 44287-9561 Dear Mr. McGinness: Thank you for your June 19, 2000 letter to the
March 3, 2005 Mr. Bryan Wollam Safety & Health Manager P.O. Box 667 Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121 Dear Mr. Wollam: Thank you for your January 19 letter to the Occupational Safety and Health Administr
May 13, 2005 Mr. Steve Stillwell Assistant to the Director Carolina Conference Adventist Disaster Response 5201 Cashion Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Dear Mr. Stillwell: Thank you for your August 5, 20
OSHA requirements are set by statute, standards and regulations. Our interpretation letters explain these requirements and how they apply to particular circumstances, but they cannot create additiona
November 26, 2012 Mr. Duane Rosemeier 857 W. Douglas St. Freeport, IL 61032-4014 Dear Mr. Rosemeier: Thank you for your letter to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This letter
OSHA requirements are set by statute, standards and regulations. Our interpretation letters explain these requirements and how they apply to particular circumstances, but they cannot create additiona
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Machines used in woodworking are dangerous, particularly when used improperly or without proper safeguards. Workers operating woodworking equipment suffer the following common injuries: laceration, amputation, severed fingers, and blindness. Wood dust and the chemicals used in finishing are health hazards, and workers in this industry can suffer from skin and respiratory diseases.
A Guide to Scaffold Use in the Construction Industry
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What are the highlights of the scaffolding standard? OSHA's scaffolding standard has several key provisions: Fall protection or fall arrest systems—Each employee more than 10 feet above a lower level shall be protected from falls by guardrails or a fall arrest system, except those on single-point and two-point adjustable suspension scaffolds.
Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health (ACCSH) | Meeting Minutes/Transcripts - September 14-15, 2000 - Meeting Minutes
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