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U.S. Department of Labor Assistant Secretary for Occupational Safety and Health Washington D.C. 20210 OSHA Instruction STD 1-16.7 JUL 1, 1991 Directorate of Compliance Programs Subject: Electrical Sa
January 24, 1992 Wesley Kaurala Sales Coordinator Pettibone Michigan Post Office Box 368 Baraga, Michigan 49908 Dear Mr. Kaurala: This is in reply to Mr. Hurbert Moberg's December 5 letter reques
OSHA Instruction CPL 2-1.19 March 17, 1995 Directorate of Compliance Programs SUBJECT: Logging Operations, Inspection Procedures and Interpretive Guidance A. Purpose. This instruction establishes pol
November 1, 1995 H.B. "Bud" Hayden, Jr. Metroquip Inc. 2340 Fernbrook Lane Minneapolis, Minnesota 55447-3493 Dear Mr. Hayden: This letter is in response to your May 8 and May 12 letters requesting in
May 3, 1996 [Name Withheld] Dear [Name Withheld]: Thank you for your letter of March 7 regarding the work practices of truck drivers at loading docks. Your letter to Assistant Secretary Joseph Dear w
April 11, 1997 Mr. Kenneth J. Yotz Senior Vice President Environmental, Management and Training Systems, Inc. 919 St Andrews Circle Geneva, Illinois 60134-2995 Dear Mr.Yotz: This is in further respon
May 28, 1997 Mr. Jai Kundu, Vice President American Trucking Association 2200 Mill Road Alexandria, VA 22314-4677 Dear Mr. Kundu: This is in response to your letter of January 2, in which you asked f
October 1, 1999 Larry Edginton Director, Safety & Health International Union of Operating Engineers 1125 Seventeenth Street NW Washington, D.C. 20036 Re: Powered Industrial Truck Training: §
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
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