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Slide 21

Slide 21


Title: How OSHA Develops Standards

Type: Text Slide


  • OSHA initiates or in response to petitions from other parties
  • Intention to propose, amend, or revoke a standard published in the Federal Register
  • Interested parties may submit written information; OSHA may schedule a public hearing
  • Final outcome is a standard or amendment, or a determination that none is necessary

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