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• Record Type: Notice
• Old Directive Number: 10-04 (ADM 00)
• Title: Cancellation of OSHA Instructions AOC 00-00-002 & IPC 01-00-001
• Information Date: 05/14/2010
• 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NOTICE: This is an OSHA Archive Document, and may no longer represent OSHA Policy. It is presented here as historical content, for research and review purposes only.

OSHA NOTICE

DIRECTIVE NUMBER: 10-04 (ADM 00) EFFECTIVE DATE: 5/14/2010
SUBJECT: Cancellation of OSHA Instructions AOC 00-00-002 & IPC 01-00-001

ABSTRACT

Purpose: This Notice cancels two obsolete OSHA directives.

Scope: OSHA-wide.

References: None.

Cancellations: OSHA Instruction AOC 00-00-002, OSHA Executive Board, January 31, 2002; OSHA Instruction IPC 01-00-001, OSHA Correspondence Manual, February 27, 1981.

State Impact: This is not a Federal Program Change requiring State action.

Action Offices: Office of Management Systems and Organization.

Originating Office: Office of Management Systems and Organization.

Contact: Office of Management Systems and Organization
Directorate of Administrative Programs
200 Constitution Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20210


By and Under the Authority of

David Michaels, PhD, MPH
Assistant Secretary




Executive Summary

This Notice cancels two OSHA directives that no longer represent the Agency's policies.

Significant Changes

OSHA Instructions AOC 00-00-002, OSHA Executive Board (OEB); and IPC 01-00-001, OSHA Correspondence Manual are cancelled.




Table of Contents

  1. PURPOSE

  2. SCOPE

  3. REFERENCES

  4. CANCELLATIONS

  5. ACTION OFFICES

  6. FEDERAL PROGRAM CHANGE

  7. SIGNIFICANT CHANGES

  8. EXPIRATION DATE

  9. BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON THE CANCELLED DIRECTIVES

    1. OSHA INSTRUCTION AOC 00-00-002

    2. OSHA INSTRUCTION IPC 01-00-001




  1. Purpose. This Notice cancels two obsolete OSHA directives.

  2. Scope. This Notice applies OSHA-wide.

  3. References. None.

  4. Cancellations.

    1. OSHA Instruction AOC 00-00-002 (ADM 11-0.4) OSHA Executive Board; January 31, 2002.

    2. OSHA Instruction IPC 01-00-001 (ADM 3-2.1A) OSHA Correspondence Manual; February 27, 1981.

  5. Action Offices.

    1. Responsible Office. Directorate of Administrative Programs (DAP), Office of Management Systems and Organization

    2. Action Offices. DAP, Office of Management Systems and Organization

    3. Information Offices. All OSHA offices

  6. Federal Program Change. This is not a Federal Program Change requiring State action.

  7. Significant Changes. Cancellation of two obsolete OSHA directives.

  8. Expiration Date. This Notice will expire one year from the effective date, unless replaced earlier by another directive. The cancellation is permanent.

  9. Background Information on the Cancelled Directives.

    This Notice cancels two OSHA directives that no longer represent the Agency's policies.

    1. OSHA Instruction AOC 00-00-002 (ADM 11-0.4), OSHA Executive Board (OEB); January 31, 2002.

      OEB was established as the Agency's forum to discuss, consider and provide pre-decisional advice to the Assistant Secretary on significant matters of Agency policy, operations, management, procedure, standards, or legislation.

      OEB is no longer in operation and, therefore, the directive governing its functions and operations is obsolete.

    2. OSHA Instruction IPC 01-00-001 (ADM 3-2.1A), OSHA Correspondence Manual; February 27, 1981.

      In all executive correspondence, OSHA follows the general guidelines outlined in the DOL Correspondence Management Program. The document can be found in the U.S. Department of Labor Manual Series (DLMS), Chapter 500 on the Department's Labornet.


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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