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1994. ERGONOMICS PROGRAMS: PREVENTING MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS

Priority: Economically Significant. Major under 5 USC 801.

Unfunded Mandates: This action may affect the private sector under PL 104-4.

Legal Authority: 29 USC 651; 29 USC 652; 29 USC 655; 29 USC 657; 33 USC 941; 40 USC 333

CFR Citation: 29 CFR 1910

Legal Deadline: None

Abstract: On November 14, 2000, OSHA published a final rule addressing ergonomic programs in general industry (65 FR 68262). The rule became effective on January 16, 2001. However, under the Congressional Review Act, Congress has passed and the President has signed, Public Law 107-5, a resolution of disapproval of OSHA's final Ergonomics Program standard. Because Public Law 107-5 invalidates the standard, OSHA has removed it from the Code of Federal Regulations. Removal of the final standard was effective April 23, 2001.

Timetable:

Action Date FR Cite

ANPRM
ANPRM Comment Period End
SBREFA Panel
NPRM
Final Action
Final Action Effective
Final Rule Withdrawel
Final Rule Withdrawel Effective
08/03/92
02/01/93
03/02/99
11/23/99
11/14/00
01/16/01
04/23/01
04/23/01
57 FR 34192


64 FR 65768
65 FR 68261

Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Yes

Small Entities Affected: Businesses, Governmental Jurisdictions, Organizations

Government Levels Affected: State, Local, Tribal, Federal

Agency Contact: Bonnie Friedman, Director, Office of Public Affairs, Department of Labor, Office of the Secretary, Room N3649, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., FP Building, Washington, DC 20210
Phone: 202 693-1999
Fax: 202 693-1634

RIN: 1218-AB36


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