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ANSI/ASSE A10.39-1996 (R2017)

Construction and Demolition Operations - Construction Safety and Health Audit Program

This standard identifies the minimum performance elements that, when properly utilized, will allow for a competent evaluation of a construction safety and health program. Further, it will identify those areas where systems, records and performance elements are required in order to produce a quality audit.


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