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Mr. Weingarten is referring to paragraph (g)(4) of the revised Respiratory Protection standard, 29 CFR 1910.134, which was published in the Federal Register on 01/8, 1998. The two - in, two - out requirement adopted by this standard is and has been standard practice in the firefighting community for many years, and reflects only the number of firefighters who must be on the scene prior to initiating the interior attack on an interior structural fire.

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