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Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents
• Part Number: 1960
• Part Title: Basic Program Elements for Federal Employees OSHA
• Standard Number: 1960
• Title: Table of Contents/Authority for 1960
• GPO Source: e-CFR


Subpart A -- General

1960.1 Purpose and scope.
1960.2 Definitions.

Subpart B -- Administration

1960.6 Designation of agency safety and health officials.
1960.7 Financial management.
1960.8 Agency responsibilities.
1960.9 Supervisory responsibilities.
1960.10 Employee responsibilities and rights.
1960.11 Evaluation of occupational safety and health performance.
1960.12 Dissemination of occupational safety and health program information.

Subpart C -- Standards

1960.16 Compliance with OSHA standards.
1960.17 Alternate standards.
1960.18 Supplementary standards.
1960.19 Other Federal agency standards affecting occupational safety and health

Subpart D -- Inspection and Abatement

1960.25 Qualifications of safety and health inspectors and agency inspections.
1960.26 Conduct of inspections.
1960.27 Representatives of officials in charge and representatives of employees.
1960.28 Employee reports of unsafe or unhealthful working conditions.
1960.29 Accident prevention.
1960.30 Abatement of unsafe or unhealthful working conditions.
1960.31 Inspections by OSHA.

Subpart E -- General Services Administration and Other Federal Agencies

1960.34 General provisions.
1960.35 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

Subpart F -- Occupational Safety and Health Committees

1960.36 General provisions.
1960.37 Committee organization.
1960.38 Committee formation.
1960.39 Agency responsibilities.
1960.40 Establishment committee duties.
1960.41 National committee duties.

Subpart G -- Allegations of Reprisal

1960.46 Agency responsibility.
1960.47 Results of investigation.

Subpart H -- Training

1960.54 Training of top management officials.
1960.55 Training of supervisors.
1960.56 Training of safety and health specialists.
1960.57 Training of safety and health inspectors.
1960.58 Training of collateral duty safety and health personnel and committee members.
1960.59 Training of employees and employee representative.
1960.60 Training assistance.

Subpart I -- Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

1960.66 Purpose, scope, and general provisions.
1960.67 Federal agency certification of the injury and illness annual summary (OSHA 300-A or equivalent).
1960.68 Prohibition against discrimination.
1960.69 Transition from former rule and retention and updating of old forms.
1960.70 Reporting of serious accidents.
1960.71 Agency annual reports.
1960.72 - 1960.77 [Reserved]

Subpart J -- Evaluation of Federal Occupational Safety and Health Programs

1960.78 Purpose and scope.
1960.79 Self-evaluations of occupational safety and health programs.
1960.80 Secretary's evaluations of agency occupational safety and health programs.

Subpart K -- Field Federal Safety and Health Councils

1960.84 Purpose.
1960.85 Role of Secretary.
1960.86 Establishing councils.
1960.87 Objectives.
1960.88 Membership and participation.
1960.89 Organization.
1960.90 Operating procedures.

Authority: Sections 19 and 24 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (84 Stat. 1609, 1614; 29 U.S.C. 668, 673), 5 U.S.C. 553, Secretary of Labor's Order No. 1-90 (55 FR 9033), and Executive Order 12196.

SOURCE: 45 FR 69798, Oct. 21, 1980, unless otherwise noted.
[60 FR 18993, April 14, 1995; 60 FR 34851, July 5, 1995; 69 FR 68803, Nov. 26, 2004]

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