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• Record Type: Notice
• Old Directive Number: 99-2 (CPL 2-2)
• Title: Cancellation of OSHA Instruction and Collecting and Disseminating Information.
• Information Date: 06/01/1999
• Status: Archived

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NOTICE: This is an OSHA Archive Document, and may no longer represent OSHA Policy. It is presented here as historical content, for research and review purposes only.

Notice



DIRECTIVE NUMBER: 99-2 (CPL 2-2) EFFECTIVE DATE: June 1, 1999
SUBJECT: Cancellation of OSHA Instruction and Collecting and Disseminating Information

ABSTRACT

Purpose: This notice cancels OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.50, dated October 17, 1990, Information Dissemination System for Chemical Industry Inspections and Consultative Visits Resulting in Significant Benefits.
   
Scope: OSHA-wide
   
   
Cancellations: OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.50, Information Dissemination System for Chemical Industry Inspections and Consultative Visits Resulting in Significant Benefits, dated October 17,1990.
   
State Plan Impact: States may discontinue voluntary submission of information on chemical industry inspections.
   
Action Offices: National, Regional and Area Offices
   
Originating Office: Directorate of Construction
   
Contact: Steven Witt (202) 693-2300
Director, Directorate of Technical Support
US DOL, OSHA
Room N3653 Frances Perkins Building
200 Constitution Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20210

By and Under the Authority of
Charles N. Jeffress
Assistant Secretary





  1. Purpose: This notice cancels OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.50, dated October 17, 1990, Information Dissemination System for Chemical Industry Inspections and Consultative Visits Resulting in Significant Benefits.

  2. Scope: This notice applies OSHA-wide.

  3. References: N/A

  4. Cancellation: OSHA instruction CPL 2-2.50 has been canceled.

  5. Expiration Date: This notice will terminate on May 19, 2000.

  6. Federal Program Change: This notice describes a Federal OSHA program change which affects State Programs.

    OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.50 required Regional Administrators to establish a procedure for the development of brief, written summaries for selected chemical industry cases and chemical consultative visits and forward the information to the National Office for publication and dissemination. State designees were encouraged but not required to participate. State designees who chose to participate should discontinue submitting the information on chemical industry cases to Regional Administrators.

  7. Action: Regional Administrators are no longer required to submit summaries on selected chemical industry cases to the Directorate of Technical Support. Area Directors and Consultation Project Managers are no longer responsible for preparing summaries for selected chemical industry cases unless decided by the appropriate Regional Administrator to implement a similar system for regional use.

  8. Action Information.

    1. Originating Office.

      Steven Witt (202-693-2300)
      Director, Directorate of Technical Support, US DOL, OSHA
      Room N3653 Frances Perkins Building
      200 Constitution Avenue, NW
      Washington, DC 20210

    2. Action Offices. OSHA Regional and Area Offices

    3. Information Offices. OSHA National Office, State plan designees and consultation project managers.


Archive Notice - OSHA Archive

NOTICE: This is an OSHA Archive Document, and may no longer represent OSHA Policy. It is presented here as historical content, for research and review purposes only.

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