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    to the issuance of the permit =? for the purpose of issuing the permit?

    It's me again.

    PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

    Permit entries may require the use of personal protective equipment by workers entering the confined space and/or by rescue teams. What equipment is needed will have been determined by a foreman to the issuance of the permit.


    Does the fragment to the issuance of the permit mean for the purpose of issuing the permit?


    I also took the following structures into account:

    to the end of issuing the permit = (for sure, I think so) for the purpose of issuing the permit.

    What is your opinion on that?

    Thank you.

    It is a fragment from the procedure about work in confined spaces.

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    Re: to the issuance of the permit =? for the purpose of issuing the permit?

    "... prior to issuing a permit"?

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