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Final Rule
  • Federal Register (PDF*). The Office of the Federal Register published the final rule on May 2, 2011. This final rule becomes effective and enforceable on August 1, 2011, except for the provisions in §1915.89, The Control of Hazardous Energy, which becomes effective and enforceable on October 31, 2011.
  • Regulatory Text Only (PDF*). OSHA. View the new General Working Conditions in Shipyard Employment regulatory text.
  • General Working Conditions in Shipyard Employment. OSHA Federal Register Notice (Correction) 76: 44265 (2011, July 25).
Media
  • News Release. US Department of Labor's OSHA publishes final rule on General Working Conditions in Shipyard Employment.
  • Dr. David Michaels discusses the publication of the Final Rule for General Working Conditions in Shipyard Employment [Video | Transcript].
Proposed Rule

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