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• Publication Date: 02/10/1984
• Publication Type: Notice
• Fed Register #: 49:5112
• Standard Number: 1910.20
• Title: Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records; Extension of Partial Stay
• Abstract: OSHA is hereby extending the partial administrative stay of the access to employee exposure and medical records, regulation, 29 CFR 1910.20, for the flavor and fragrance industries. The current partial stay, which expired February 1, 1984, is being extended until February 1, 1985, or until completion of the current rulemaking, whichever is sooner, to allow OSHA to complete consideration of the issues presented by the flavor and fragrance industries as part of its rulemaking on the records access rule. The flavor and fragrance stay is extended to February 1, 1985, or until completion of the current rulemaking, whichever is sooner.

Abstract:

OSHA is hereby extending the partial administrative stay of the
access to employee exposure and medical records, regulation, 29 CFR
1910.20, for the flavor and fragrance industries. The current
partial stay, which expired February 1, 1984, is being extended
until February 1, 1985, or until completion of the current
rulemaking, whichever is sooner, to allow OSHA to complete
consideration of the issues presented by the flavor and fragrance
industries as part of its rulemaking on the records access rule. The
flavor and fragrance stay is extended to February 1, 1985, or until
completion of the current rulemaking, whichever is sooner.

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