803 KAR 2:021. Identification, classification and regulation of potential occupational carcinogens

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      803 KAR 2:021.

Identification, classification and regulation of potential occupational

carcinogens.

 

      RELATES TO: KRS

Chapter 338

      STATUTORY

AUTHORITY: KRS Chapter 13A

      NECESSITY,

FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 338.051 and 338.061 authorize the Kentucky Occupational

Safety and Health Standards Board to adopt and promulgate occupational safety

and health rules, administrative regulations and standards. Express authority

to adopt by reference established federal standards and national consensus

standards is also given to the board.

 

      Section 1. (1)

The Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board adopts by reference 29 CFR

1990, the general policy for "Identification, Classification, and

Regulation of Potential Occupational Carcinogens," printed in the Federal

Register, Volume 45, Number 15, and 29 CFR 1990 Correction, printed in the

Federal Register, Volume 45, Number 126, which set forth a general policy for

the identification and regulation of physical and chemical substances that pose

a potential occupational carcinogenic risk to humans.

      (2) Revisions to

29 CFR 1990.111 "General statement of regulatory policy" as printed

in the Federal Register, Volume 46, Number 12, Monday, January 19, 1981, are

adopted by reference.

      (3) Revisions to

29 CFR 1990.142 "Initiation of rulemaking" as printed in the Federal

Register, Volume 46, Number 12, Monday, January 19, 1981, are adopted by

reference.

      (4) Revisions to

29 CFR 1990.144 "Criteria for consideration of arguments on certain

issues" as printed in the Federal Register, Volume 46, Number 12, Monday,

January 19, 1981, are adopted by reference.

      (5) Revisions to

29 CFR 1990.146 "Issues to be considered in the rulemaking" as

printed in the Federal Register, Volume 46, Number 12, Monday, January 19,

1981, are adopted by reference.

      (6)(a) Revisions

to 29 CFR 1990.151 "Model Standard" as printed in the Federal

Register, Volume 45, Number 102, Friday, May 23, 1980, are adopted by

reference.

      (b) Revisions to

29 CFR 1990.151 "Model Standard" as printed in the Federal Register,

Volume 46, Number 12, Monday, January 19, 1981, are adopted by reference.

      (7)(a) Revisions

to 29 CFR 1990.152 "Model Emergency Standard" as printed in the

Federal Register, Volume 45, Number 102, Friday, May 23, 1980, are adopted by

reference.

      (b) Revisions to

29 CFR 1990.152 "Model Emergency Standard" as printed in the Federal

Register, Volume 46, Number 12, Monday, January 19, 1981, are adopted by

reference.

      (c) Corrections

to 29 CFR 1990.152 "Model Emergency Standard" as printed in the

Federal Register, Volume 46, Number 25, Friday, February 6, 1981, are adopted

by reference. (6 Ky.R. 701; eff. 8-6-80; Am. 7 Ky.R. 249; eff. 10-1-80; 491;

eff. 1-6-81; 923; eff. 7-1-81.)