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2111. WALKING WORKING SURFACES AND PERSONAL FALL PROTECTION SYSTEMS (1910) (SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALL PREVENTION)

Priority: Other Significant. Major status under 5 USC 801 is undetermined.

Unfunded Mandates: Undetermined

Legal Authority: 29 USC 655(b)

CFR Citation: 29 CFR 1910 subparts D and I

Legal Deadline: None

Abstract: In 1990, OSHA proposed a rule (55 FR 13360) addressing slip, trip, and fall hazards and establishing requirements for personal fall protection systems. Since that time, new technologies and procedures have become available to protect employees from these hazards. The Agency has been working to update these rules to reflect current technology. OSHA published a notice to re--open the rulemaking for comment on a number of issues raised in the record for the NPRM, or related to technological advances. OSHA is currently reviewing the comments and the record will be reopened again for comment on the revised analysis.


Timetable:

Action Date FR Cite

NPRM
NPRM Comment Period End
Hearing
Reopening of Record
Comment Period End
Reopen the Record
04/10/90
08/22/90
09/11/90
05/02/03
07/31/03
09/00/04
55 FR 13360

55 FR 29224
68 FR 23527


Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required: Undetermined

Government Levels Affected: None

Agency Contact: Steven F. Witt, Director, Directorate of Standards and Guidance, Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Room N-3718, FP Building, Washington, DC 20210
Phone: 202 693-1950
Fax: 202 693-1678

RIN: 1218-AB80

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