Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents|
| Part Number:||1952|
| Part Title:||Approved State Plans for Enforcement of State Standards|
| Subpart Title:||Puerto Rico|
| Standard Number:||1952.383|
| Title:||Completion of developmental steps and certification.|
| GPO Source:||e-CFR|
Position descriptions of State plan personnel by March, 1978.
Public information program (private sector), one year after plan approval.
Analysis for inspection scheduling (private sector), March 1980.
Submit administrative regulations, September, 1978.
Affirmative action plan by July, 1980.
File and promulgate standards, March, 1978.
Adopt the Field Operations Manual, April, 1980.
Adopt management information system, January, 1980.
Internal training schedule, April, 1980.
Employer, employee training schedule, August, 1978.
Public information program (government sector), February, 1980.
Analysis for inspection scheduling (government sector), June, 1980.
Implementation of public employee program, October, 1978.
Onsite consultation regulations, March, 1979.
Laboratory, August, 1980.
Posters, February, 1978.
Boiler and Elevator Program, June, 1980.
Staffing on Board for consultation, laboratory, boiler and elevators, February, 1980.
In accordance with 1902.34 of this chapter, the Puerto Rico occupational safety and health plan was certified effective September 7, 1982, as having completed all developmental steps specified in the plan as approved on August 15, 1977 on or before August 14, 1980. This certification attests to structural completion, but does not render judgment on adequacy of performance.
[45 FR 54334, July 15, 1980, as amended at 47 FR 39166, Sept. 7, 1982]
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