Cfr Title 30 Part 1-199 ; Code Of Federal Regulations(2021)

Cfr Title 30 Part 1-199       ; Code Of Federal Regulations(2021)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 30, Mineral Resources Administration, Part 1-199, Revised as of July 1, 2021
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30 CFR, Part 1-199 , includes rules, regulations, procedures and administrative procedures associated with Mineral Resources, Code Of Federal Regulations(2021).

Table of Contents

Subchapter A Official Emblem and OMB Control Numbers for Recordkeeping and Reporting 1 – 3

Part 1 Mine Safety and Health Administration; Establishment and Use of Official Emblem 1.1 – 1.3

Part 3 OMB Control Numbers Under the Paperwork Reduction Act 3.1

Subchapter B Testing, Evaluation, and Approval of Mining Products 5 – 36

Subchapters C-F [Reserved]

Subchapter G Filing and Other Administrative Requirements 40 – 45

Subchapter H Education and Training 46 – 49

Subchapter I Accidents, Injuries, Illnesses, Employment, and Production in Mines 50

Part 50 Notification, Investigation, Reports and Records of Accidents, Injuries, Illnesses, Employment, and Coal Production in Mines 50.1 – 50.41

Subchapter J [Reserved]

Subchapter K Metal and Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health 56 – 58

Part 56 Safety and Health Standards - Surface Metal and Nonmetal Mines 56.1 – 56.20014

Part 57 Safety and Health Standards - Underground Metal and Nonmetal Mines 57.1 – 57.22608

Part 58 Health Standards for Metal and Nonmetal Mines 58.1 – 58.620

Subchapter L [Reserved]

Subchapter M Uniform Mine Health Regulations 62

Part 62 Occupational Noise Exposure 62.100 – 62.190

Subchapter N [Reserved]

Subchapter O Coal Mine Safety and Health 70 – 90

Subchapter P  Civil Penalties for Violations of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 100 – 103

Part 100 Criteria and Procedures for Proposed Assessment of Civil Penalties 100.1 – 100.8

Parts 101-103 [Reserved]

Subchapter Q Pattern of Violations 104 – 199

Part 104 Pattern of Violations 104.1 – 104.4

Parts 105-199 [Reserved]


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