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| Publication Date:||06/09/1992|
| Publication Type:||Notice|
| Fed Register #:||57:24438|
| Standard Number:||1910; 1915; 1926|
| Title:||Occupational Exposure to Methylene Chloride; Proposed rule; notice of informal public hearing; reopening of written comment period.|
This notice schedules informal public hearings concerning OSHA''s proposal (56 FR 57036, November 7, 1991) to modify the existing provisions for controlling employee exposure to methylene chloride. The Agency requests that interested parties present testimony and evidence regarding the issues raised by the proposed standard and by this hearing notice. In addition, this notice reopens the rulemaking record so OSHA can receive additional comments regarding the proposed rule. All informal public hearings will begin at 9:30 a.am. on the first day of hearing and at 9 a.m. on each succeeding day. The two informal public hearings are scheduled to begin on the following dates: Washington, DC - September 16, 1992; San Francisco, CA - October 14, 1992. Notices of intention to appear at the informal public hearings must be postmarked by August 24, 1992. Testimony and all evidence which will be introduced into the hearing record must be postmarked by August 24, 1992 for the Washington, DC hearing by September 22, 1992 for the San Francisco, CA hearing. Comments must be postmarked by August 24, 1992. Notice of intention to appear at the hearing and testimony and documentary evidence which will be introduced into the hearing record must be submitted in quadruplicate to Mr. Tom Hall, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Division of Consumer Affairs, room N3647, 200 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20210; (202)523-8615.
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