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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's not the unit that you have to worry about for CSA or OSHA. It's how you intend to install it. You have to use the proper installation guidelines as approved by OSHA. I do know that going outside a wall or window you must have the proper bracket/frame installed outside the exterior wall to prevent it from falling on someone's head if high enough. If down low, they still have to be braced/bracketed properly to avoid injury. That's standard procedure.
You need to find out what OSHA has for safety guidelines and restrictions. Also check with your local building code office to check with their pre-set guidelines. They have to be automatically in compliance with OSHA if they intend to operate guidelines for business purposes. So Call either- or both. It's not the unit you need to worry about unless it's very old. Good Luck.
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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