wash‐basin quota is curbed by court
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ALBANY, Oct. 11 (AP)—
The Court of Appeal ruled against the new federal standard, which requires an increase in the number of washbasins in commercial offices and industrial plants.
Industry Association New York, Inc.
Lobbying groups seek action from the courts.
If it is argued that Occupational Safety and Health Management standards will require a significant fee to double the number of job washbasins in New York state, and \"there is no additional level of job safety and health.
The organization said today that it considers the New York City American Court of Appeal\'s ruling a \"landmark decision\" because it is challenging to test substantive evidence against federal officials under new standards.
The standard requires one washbasin per 10 employees, up to 100, and one washbasin per 15 additional employees.
New York State regulations require a washbasin for every 20 employees, up to 100, and a washbasin for every 25 workers of more than 175.
Federal standards replace state rules.
A version of the file was printed on page 71 of the New York edition on October 12, 1973 under the title: The Court restricted the basin quota.