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Excerpt from "04/10/1995 - FAP 1.2A - Federal Agency Safety and Health Programs With the Bureau of Prisons"
This instruction provides guidelines for field operations with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Department of Justice. Special guidelines are necessary due to the requirements of security which are inherent in any involvement with the Bureau's safety and health program within a Federal Prison and the differences in applying OSHA rules and regulations between Bureau of Prisons' employees and inmates during inspections. Also, it sets forth the procedures that should be followed by OSHA inspectors prior to and during OSHA inspections.

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