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Public Law 91-596 84 STAT. 1590 91st Congress, S.2193 December 29, 1970, as amended through January 1, 2004. (1) An Act To assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women; by a
HISTORICAL NOTES This reprint generally retains the section numbers originally created by Congress in the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act of 1970, Pub. L. 91-596, 84 Stat 1590. This document
Public Law 91-596 84 STAT. 1590 91st Congress, S.2193 December 29, 1970, as amended through January 1, 2004. (1) An Act To assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women; by a
SEC. 10. Procedure for Enforcement (a) If, after an inspection or investigation, the Secretary issues a citation under section 9(a), he shall, within a reasonable time after the termination of such i
SEC. 11. Judicial Review (a) Any person adversely affected or aggrieved by an order of the Commission issued under subsection (c) of section 10 may obtain a review of such order in any United States
SEC. 12. The Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (a) The Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission is hereby established. The Commission shall be composed of three members who sha
SEC. 13. Procedures to Counteract Imminent Dangers (a) The United States district courts shall have jurisdiction, upon petition of the Secretary, to restrain any conditions or practices in any place
SEC. 14. Representation in Civil Litigation Except as provided in section 518(a) of title 28, United States Code, relating to litigation before the Supreme Court, the Solicitor of Labor may appear fo
SEC. 15. Confidentiality of Trade Secrets All information reported to or otherwise obtained by the Secretary or his representative in connection with any inspection or proceeding under this Act which
16. Variations, Tolerances, and Exemptions The Secretary, on the record, after notice and opportunity for a hearing may provide such reasonable limitations and may make such rules and regulations all
SEC. 17. Penalties (a) Any employer who willfully or repeatedly violates the requirements of section 5 of this Act, any standard, rule, or order promulgated pursuant to section 6 of this Act, or regu
SEC. 18. State Jurisdiction and State Plans (a) Nothing in this Act shall prevent any State agency or court from asserting jurisdiction under State law over any occupational safety or health issue wi
SEC. 19. Federal Agency Safety Programs and Responsibilities (a) It shall be the responsibility of the head of each Federal agency (not including the United States Postal Service) to establish and ma
SEC. 2. Congressional Findings and Purpose (a) The Congress finds that personal injuries and illnesses arising out of work situations impose a substantial burden upon, and are a hindrance to, interst
SEC. 20. Research and Related Activities (a) (1) The Secretary of Health and Human Services, after consultation with the Secretary and with other appropriate Federal departments or agencies, shall co
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