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As used in this subpart, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: Act means the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (29 U.S.C. 651 et seq.) Affirmative 18(e) determination means an affi
1902.32(a)Sections 18(e) and (f) of the Act provide for the continuing evaluation and monitoring of State plans approved under section 18(c) of the Act. The Assistant Secretary's decision whether to
Upon the commencement of plan operations after the initial approval of a State's plan by the Assistant Secretary, a State has three years in which to complete all of the developmental steps specified
1902.34(a) Upon the completion of all of the developmental steps in a State's plan, which is to be accomplished not later than three years following commencement of plan operations after approval of
Publication of the certification acknowledging the completion of all of the developmental steps in a State's plan will automatically initiate the evaluation of a State's plan for the purposes of an 1
1902.36(a)In making his evaluation of the actual operations of a State's plan for the purposes of an 18(e) determination, the Assistant Secretary shall consider all relevant data which will aid him i
1902.37(a)The Assistant Secretary shall determine if the State has applied and implemented all the specific criteria and indices of effectiveness of §§1902.3 and 1902.4 of this part. 1902.3
1902.38(a)Following the publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER under §1902.34 of the certification acknowledging the completion of all developmental steps specified in the plan, or any portion ther
1902.39(a)After evaluating the actual operations of the State plan, or any portion thereof, for at least 1 year following publication of the certification in the FEDERAL REGISTER under §1902.34,
1902.4(a) General. In order to satisfy the requirements of effectiveness under 1902.3(c)(1) and (d)(1), the State plan shall: 1902.4(a)(1) Establish the same standards, procedures, criteria and rules
1902.40(a)Any hearing conducted under this section shall be legislative in type. However, fairness may require an opportunity for cross-examination on pertinent issues. The presiding officer is empow
1902.41(a) Within a reasonable time generally within 120 days after the expiration of the period provided for the submission of written data, views, and arguments on the issues on which no hearing is
1902.42(a)In making an affirmative 18(e) determination, the Assistant Secretary determines that a State has applied the provisions of its plan, or any modification thereof, in accordance with the cri
1902.43(a) In publishing his affirmative 18(e) decision in the FEDERAL REGISTER the Assistant Secretary's notice shall include, but shall not be limited to the following: 1902.43(a)(1) Those issues u
1902.44(a)A State whose plan, or modification thereof, has been granted an affirmative 18(e) determination will be required to maintain a program within the scope of such determination which will be
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