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• Publication Date: 05/09/1986
• Publication Type: Proposed Rules
• Fed Register #: 51:17203
• Standard Number: 1926.700; 1926.701; 1926.702; 1926.703; 1926.704; 1926.705; 1926.706; 1926.707
• Title: Concrete and Masonry Construction
• Abstract: Announces changes in the starting date of public hearing, the location of the hearing, the date for submission of comments, notices of intention to appear, and other documentary evidence on the proposed revision of the safety standards for Concrete and Masonry Construction (51 FR 11945, April 8, 1986) due to schedule conflicts of several witnesses. Notices of intention to appear to give oral testimony at the informal public hearing must be postmarked by May 20, 1986. Comments, testimony and all evidence which will be offered into the hearing record must be postmarked by June 3, 1986. The hearing will be held in Washington, D.C. on June 17, 1986 and will begin at 9:30 a.m. If it is necessary, the hearing will continue on June 18, 1986.

Abstract:

Announces changes in the starting date of public hearing, the
location of the hearing, the date for submission of comments,
notices of intention to appear, and other documentary evidence on
the proposed revision of the safety standards for Concrete and
Masonry Construction (51 FR 11945, April 8, 1986) due to schedule
conflicts of several witnesses. Notices of intention to appear to
give oral testimony at the informal public hearing must be
postmarked by May 20, 1986. Comments, testimony and all evidence
which will be offered into the hearing record must be postmarked by
June 3, 1986. The hearing will be held in Washington, D.C. on June
17, 1986 and will begin at 9:30 a.m. If it is necessary, the hearing
will continue on June 18, 1986.

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