Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2003 09:41:29 -0700
Reply-To: Regina Frasca <rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here**CSUSM.EDU>
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From: Regina Frasca <rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here**CSUSM.EDU>
Subject: FW: Building Ventilation for Custodians
Comments: cc: jmohoros**At_Symbol_Here**
Dear Colleagues,
Can you assist my associate?  Please reply to John  directly at
if you have something to share.   If you don't mind ccing me that would
be great.
-----Original Message-----
From: Jon Mohoroski [mailto:jmohoros**At_Symbol_Here**] 
Sent: Monday, August 18, 2003 8:34 AM
To: csusafety**At_Symbol_Here**
Subject: Building Ventilation for Custodians
Good Morning All,
If this topic has been addressed before please let me know the results.
If it hasn't been addressed can anyone offer suggestions?
We have a request from custodians and the union to operate the building
ventilation during the early morning hours when custodians are in
buildings.  Our energy czar brings up the very valid point that to
operate a 100,000 square foot building's HVAC because five custodians
are in the building (each on a different floor) will be very costly.
Looks like the OSHA regulations require the ventilation to be operated.
Our local OSHA consultation people suggested writing to Sacramento to
get a letter of interpretation.  An interesting problem, si?

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