Labeling of containers will not have a direct or significant international union of operating engineers crocs impact on air or water quality, land or energy use, or solid waste disposal outside of the workplace.
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Hazard communication; Occupational safety and health; Right-to-know; Labeling; Material safety data sheets; Employee training.Signed at Washington, DC, this 26th day of January 1994. international union of operating engineers crocs This final standard has been reviewed in accordance with Executive Order 12612, 52 FR , regarding Federalism. This Order requires that agencies, to the extent possible, refrain from limiting state policy options, consult with States prior to taking any actions that would restrict State policy options, and take such actions only when there is clear constitutional authority and the presence of a problem of national scope. The Order provides for preemption of State law only if there is a clear Congressional intent for the agency to do so. Any such preemption is to be limited to the extent possible.
In accordance with the provisions of the Paperwork Act and the regulations issued pursuant thereto, OSHA certifies that it submitted the information collection requirements contained in the HCS to OMB for review under section 3504 of that Act. In June 1991, OMB extended its approval of the information collection requirements through April 1994. There are no changes in this modified final rule which affect those requirements or change the burden of the requirements. The OMB Control No. is . In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.), the Council on Environmental Quality guidelines , and the Department of Labor regulations , the Assistant Secretary for OSHA has determined that this final rule will not have a significant environmental impact. As concluded previously, the current standard will not significantly affect the quality of the human environment outside the workplace. 52 FR 31870; 48 FR .