[American workers from the most ubiquitous hazard present in today's modern workplace SEIU represents nearly one million workers in the United States and Canada The majority of our members work in public and commercial buildings many exposed daily]

1992-01-21

Marginalia; Letter from the SEIU to OSHA giving them the information they requested on indoor air quality. Describes the problems associated with poor indoor air, including lost work due to poor health. Contains an outline for OSHA with the best way to address the issue.

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
Bush
Cordi, Richard W
Cordiz, Richard W
Lor
Stret, Otis
Sweeney, John J
TI
Augusta Maine Seiu
CFM
Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania
Congressional General Accounting Office
Contractors National Association Inc
Department Of Health
Department Of Transportation
EPA
Epa And Osha
Epa To Congress
GAO
Health And The Environment Of The Energy
Health Clinic In Westfield
Hunan Services
IAQ
Indoor Air Pollutants
International Union
KVAC
Maine And New Hampshire Epa
Manchester Community College In Manchester Connecticut
Niosh
Nj Safety & Health Standards For Public Employees Standards For Indoor Air Quality
Occupational Safety And Health Administration
Occupational Safety And Health Administration United States
Occupational Safety And Health Administration United States Department Of Labor
OSHA
Osha And Epa
Osha Request For Information On Occupational Exposure
Osha-S Response
Pennsylvania Social Services Union Seiu Local
San Diego Ca School Board
Schmitz Hall University Of Washington Seattle
SEIU
Seiu Activities
Seiu Local
Service Employees International Union
State Of New Hampshire Clean Indoor Air In State Buildings
Strategic Plan
Us Epa
Yale Occupational Health Clinic And An Seiu Health
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