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• Publication Date: 04/14/1987
• Publication Type: Proposed Rules
• Fed Register #: 52:12116-18
• Standard Number: 1910.268
• Title: Telecommunications
• Abstract: Revision of recordkeeping requirements contained in the training portion of the telecommunications standard to minimize paperwork burden and to clarify what information is required. This proposed rule would eliminate the requirement that the employer prepare a written description of the training program. The employer no longer is required to maintain a record of employees trained. The employer is now required to prepare a certification record to demonstrate compliance with the training requirements. The certification record would be prepared at the time the training is completed and would include the identity of the employee trained, the signature of the employer or the person conducting the training, and the date the training was completed. Written comments, objections and requests for a hearing must be postmarked by June 15, 1987.

Abstract:

Revision of recordkeeping requirements contained in the training
portion of the telecommunications standard to minimize paperwork
burden and to clarify what information is required. This proposed
rule would eliminate the requirement that the employer prepare a
written description of the training program. The employer no longer
is required to maintain a record of employees trained. The employer
is now required to prepare a certification record to demonstrate
compliance with the training requirements. The certification record
would be prepared at the time the training is completed and would
include the identity of the employee trained, the signature of the
employer or the person conducting the training, and the date the
training was completed. Written comments, objections and requests
for a hearing must be postmarked by June 15, 1987.

Federal Registers - Table of Contents

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