RAGAGEPRecognized and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practice
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Similarly, OSHA also issued a field memo on May 11, 2016, which revises its enforcement policy for PSM's recognized and generally accepted good engineering practices (RAGAGEP) requirements due to a similar lawsuit settlement with trade associations, who argued that it unlawfully expanded and misinterpreted RAGAGEP requirements, and, if left in place, would undermine industry safety efforts.
comply and therefore, this cannot constitute RAGAGEP.