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The Assistant Secretary may afford the State an opportunity to modify or clarify its plan on the basis of any comments received under §1902.11 or §1902.13, before commencing a proceeding to
Any informal hearing shall be legislative in type. The procedures for informal hearings may take a variety of forms. The appropriateness of any particular form will turn largely upon the proposals, s
Any formal hearing provided for under §1902.11(e) and (f) shall be commenced upon the publication of reasonable notice in the FEDERAL REGISTER and similar notice by the State. The hearing shall
Upon completion of any formal or informal hearing, the transcript thereof, together with written submissions, exhibits filed during the hearing, and any post-hearing presentations shall be certified
1902.16(a) The Assistant Secretary may partially approve a plan under this part whenever: 1902.16(a)(1) The portion to be approved meets the requirements of this part; 1902.16(a)(2) The plan covers m
Whenever as a result of (a) an initial examination of a plan, or (b) written or oral comments concerning a plan submitted in an informal rulemaking proceeding concerning a proposed approval of a plan
1902.18(a)Whenever an informal hearing has been held under §§1902.11 and 1902.13, any evidence submitted in such a hearing shall be considered and may be relied upon whenever it is found th
1902.19(a)Whenever the Assistant Secretary has issued no previous notice concerning the plan, or only informal rule making proceedings have been conducted concerning the plan, the Assistant Secretary
1902.2(a)Policy. The Assistant Secretary will approve a State plan which provides for an occupational safety and health program with respect to covered issues that in his judgment meets or will meet
1902.20(a)This section deals with a situation where the Assistant Secretary has (1) afforded interested persons an opportunity to submit written data, views, or arguments concerning a proposal, subje
1902.21(a)On the basis of the whole record of any hearing held under §1902.14 or §1902.19, the Assistant Secretary shall issue a tentative decision either approving or disapproving the plan
1902.22(a)Except when interested persons participating in the hearing have waived the tentative decision under §1902.21(b) interested persons participating in the hearing shall have an opportuni
All decisions approving or disapproving a plan shall be published in the FEDERAL REGISTER.
1902.3(a) General. A State plan must meet the specific criteria set forth in this section. 1902.3(b) Designation of State agency. 1902.3(b)(1) The State plan shall designate a State agency or agencie
This subpart contains procedures and criteria under which the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health (hereinafter referred to as the Assistant Secretary) under a delegation o
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