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Federal Registers - Table of Contents
• Publication Date: 09/08/1986
• Publication Type: Final Rules
• Fed Register #: 51:32002-030
• Standard Number: 2200
• Title: Rules of Procedure
• Abstract: The procedural rules for the adjudicative proceedings before the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission and its Administrative Law Judges are thoroughly revised. The revisions codify rules that have been developed by the Commission and appellate court decisions and modify existing rules or create new rules to remedy recurring procedural problems. These revised rules will take effect on December 6, 1986 and apply to all cases docketed on or after that date. They also apply to cases then pending, except to the extent that their application would be infeasible or would work injustice, in which event the present rules apply.

Abstract:

The procedural rules for the adjudicative proceedings before the
Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission and its
Administrative Law Judges are thoroughly revised. The revisions
codify rules that have been developed by the Commission and
appellate court decisions and modify existing rules or create new
rules to remedy recurring procedural problems. These revised rules
will take effect on December 6, 1986 and apply to all cases docketed
on or after that date. They also apply to cases then pending, except
to the extent that their application would be infeasible or would
work injustice, in which event the present rules apply.

Federal Registers - Table of Contents

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