PLEASE NOTE: This article may contain grammar errors, as this is my response to the more than 60 messages I received in the past seven days regarding last week's article When contractors enter a host's PRCSs (1910.146(c)(8)(iii).   I have put this together tonight so as to not keep any of those who contacted me waiting any longer. If you find an error, please be a friend and point it out to me and I will correct ASAP.  As I told many of you who contacted me, that article was not about any one particular facility; and based on the number of you who thought I was using your case as an example shows how widespread the issue/concern just is.  This article is intended to answer a lot of the questions/challenges I received regarding a contractor being responsible for the rescue aspect of their entry into a Host's PRCS.

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