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• Part Number: 2202
• Part Title: Rules of Ethics and Conduct of Review Commission Employees
• Subpart: A
• Subpart Title: General
• Standard Number: 2202.1
• Title: Purpose and scope.
• GPO Source: e-CFR

2202.1(a)

    This part is designed to implement provisions of Executive Order 11222, 3 CFR (Rev. 1974), May 8, 1965, "Prescribing Standards of Ethical Conduct For Government Officials and Employees," and 5 CFR 735.104 et seq. It prescribes standards of conduct for employees of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (herein after OSHRC or the Commission) relating to conflicts of interest arising out of outside employment, private business and professional activities, and financial interests. It sets forth requirements for the disclosure of such interests by OSHRC employees. In addition, it states basic principles regarding employees' conduct on the job and the ethics of their relationship to OSHRC as their employer. This part applies to all regular and special Government employees except to the extent otherwise indicated herein. For the purpose of this part:

2202.1(a)(1)

    Regular employee means an employee of OSHRC, but does not include a special Government employee.

..2202.1(a)(2)

2202.1(a)(2)

    Special Government employee means an employee of OSHRC who is retained, designated, appointed, or employed to perform, with or without compensation, for not to exceed 130 days during any period of 365 consecutive days, temporary duties either on a fulltime or intermittent basis.

2202.1(a)(3)

    Employee means a regular and a special Government employee.

2202.1(a)(4)

    The term office, except where otherwise indicated, means an office which is not a part of a larger administrative subdivision of the Commission.

2202.1(b)

    This part, among other things, reflects prohibitions and requirements imposed by the criminal and civil laws of the United States. However, the paraphrased restatements of criminal and civil statutes in no way constitute an interpretation of construction thereof that is binding upon the Federal Government. Moreover, this part does not purport to paraphrase or enumerate all restrictions upon or requirements of Federal employees. The omission of a reference to any such restriction or requirement in no way alters the legal effect of that restriction or requirement.

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