FYI

Nov. 1, 2001
Except for local deliveries, trucks weighing more than 1.25 tons are banned indefinitely from a 40-block radius around the U.S. Capitol. Regular deliveries will be allowed, subject to normal screening security. The Labor Dept. is postponing the announcement of its ergonomics plan until later this fall because members of OSHA have been heavily involved in the rescue and recovery efforts at the WTC

Except for local deliveries, trucks weighing more than 1.25 tons are banned indefinitely from a 40-block radius around the U.S. Capitol. Regular deliveries will be allowed, subject to normal screening security.

The Labor Dept. is postponing the announcement of its ergonomics plan until later this fall because members of OSHA have been heavily involved in the rescue and recovery efforts at the WTC and Pentagon since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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