MSHA - FedReg E9-9943 - Proposed Information Collection Request Submitted for Public Comment and Recommendations;
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19988 Federal Register/Vol. 74, No. 82/Thursday, April 30, 2009/Notices ensure that highwalls, pits, and spoil Frequency: On Occasion. ADDRESSES: Send comments to, Debbie banks are maintained in safe condition Ferraro, Management Services Division, Affected Public: Business or other for- through the use of sound engineering 1100 Wilson Boulevard, Room 2141, profit. design. Arlington, VA 22209–3939. Commenters Respondents: 925. are encouraged to send their comments Reponses: 327. II. Desired Focus of Comments on computer disk, or via e-mail to Total Burden Hours: 2,841 hours. MSHA is particularly interested in Ferraro.Debbie@DOL.GOV. Ms. Ferraro Total Burden Cost (operating/ comments that: can be reached at (202) 693–9821 maintaining): $520. • Evaluate whether the proposed (voice), or (202) 693–9801 (facsimile). Comments submitted in response to collection of information is necessary Because of potential delays in receipt this notice will be summarized and/or for the proper performance of the and processing of mail, respondents are included in the request for Office of functions of the agency, including strongly encouraged to submit Management and Budget approval of the whether the information will have comments electronically to ensure information collection request; they will practical utility; timely receipt. We cannot guarantee that also become a matter of public record. • Evaluate the accuracy of the comments mailed will be received Dated at Arlington ...

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Federal Register/ Thursday,74, No. 82/ Vol./ NoticesApril 30, 2009
ensure that highwalls, pits, and spoilFrequency:On Occasion.ADDRESSES:Send comments to, Debbie banks are maintained in safe conditionAffected Public:Ferraro, Management Services Division,Business or other for through the use of sound engineeringprofit. 1100Wilson Boulevard, Room 2141, design.Respondents:VA 22209–3939. Commenters925. Arlington, are encouraged to send their comments Reponses:327. II. Desired Focus of Comments on computer disk, or via email to Total Burden Hours:2,841 hours. MSHA is particularly interested in Ferraro.Debbie@DOL.GOV.Ms. Ferraro Total Burden Cost (operating/ comments that: can be reached at (202) 693–9821 maintaining):$520. Evaluate whether the proposed (voice), or (202) 693–9801 (facsimile). Comments submitted in response to collection of information is necessary Because of potential delays in receipt this notice will be summarized and/or for the proper performance of the and processing of mail, respondents are included in the request for Office of functions of the agency, including strongly encouraged to submit Management and Budget approval of the whether the information will have comments electronically to ensure information collection request; they will practical utility; timely receipt. We cannot guarantee that also become a matter of public record. Evaluate the accuracy of the comments mailed will be received Dated at Arlington, Virginia, this 24th day agency’s estimate of the burden of the before the comment closing date. of April 2009. proposed collection of information, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: John Rowlett, including the validity of the Contact the employee listed in the methodology and assumptions used;Director of Management Services Division. ADDRESSESsection of this notice. Enhance the quality, utility, and[FR Doc. E9–9944 Filed 4–29–09; 8:45 am] SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: clarity of the information to beBILLING CODE 4510–43–P collected; and I. Background Minimize the burden of the 30 CFR 70.201(c), 71.201(c), and collection of information on those whoDEPARTMENT OF LABOR 90.201(c), authorize the District are to respond, including through the Manager to require the mine operator to Mine Safety and Health Administration use of appropriate automated, submit the dates(s) when sampling will electronic, mechanical, or other Proposed Information Collectionbegin. Only a certified person is allowed technological collection techniques or Request Submitted for Publicto conduct the respirable dust sampling other forms of information technology, Comment and Recommendations;required by these parts. e.g.,permitting electronic submissions Mine Operator Dust Cards§§ 70.202(b), 71.202(b), and 90.202(b), of responses. require that the person must pass the A copy of the proposed information ACTION:Notice. MSHA examination on sampling of collection request can be obtained by respirable coal mine dust. contacting the employee listed in the SUMMARY:The Department of Labor, as §§ 70.220(a), 71.220(a), and 90.220(a), For Further Information Contact section part of its continuing effort to reduce require the operator to report status of this notice, or viewed on the internet paperwork and respondent burden changes to MSHA in writing within 3 by accessing the MSHA home page conducts a preclearance consultation working days after the status change has (http://www.msha.gov/) and selecting program to provide the general public occurred. ‘‘Rules & Regs’’, and then selecting and Federal agencies with an §§ 70.209, 71.209, and 90.209, require ‘‘FedReg. Docs’’. On the next screen, opportunity to comment on proposed persons who are certified by MSHA to select ‘‘Paperwork Reduction Act and/or continuing collections of take respirable dust samples to complete Supporting Statement’’ to view information in accordance with the the dust data card that accompanies documents supporting theFederal Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 each sample being submitted for RegisterNotice. (PRA95) [44 U.S.C. 3506(c)(c)(A)]. This analysis. program helps to ensure that requested III. Current Actions §§ 71.300 and 90.300 require a coal data can be provided in the desired mine operator to submit to MSHA for MSHA is seeking to continue the format, reporting burden (time and approval a written respirable dust requirement for mine operators to financial resources) is minimized, control plan within 15 calendar days submit ground control plans to ensure collection instruments are clearly after the termination date of a citation that highwalls, pits, and spoil banks are understood, and the impact of collection for violation of the applicable dust maintained in safe condition so that a requirements on respondents can be standard. safe working environment is provided properly assessed. § 71.301(d) requires the respirable for miners. Currently, the Mine Safety and Health Type of Review:Extension. dustcontrol plan to be posted on the Administration (MSHA) is soliciting Agency:Mine Safety and Healthmine bulletin board, however, 90.301(d) comments concerning the extension of Administration. prohibitsposting of the dust control the information collection related to the Title:plan for P–90 miners and, instead,Ground Control Plan. 30 CFR Sections 70.209, 71.209, and OMB Number:a copy be provided to the1219–0026. requires 90.209—Mine Operator Dust Data Card; Recordkeeping:§ 77.1000–1 statesaffected P–90 miner. 70.201(c), 71.201(c), 90.201(c)— that the operator shall file a copy of the II. Desired Focus of Comments Reporting Operator Sampling Dates; ground control plan and revisions with 70.202(b), 71.202(b), and 90.202(b)— the Coal Mine Health and Safety DistrictMSHA is particularly interested in Dust Sampling Certification; 70.220(a), or Subdistrict office for the District orcomments that: 71.220(a), and 90.220(a)—Reporting Subdistrict in which the mine is locatedEvaluate whether the proposed Status Changes; and 71.300, 71.301(d), and shall identify the name and locationcollection of information is necessary 90.300, and 90.301(d)—Respirable Dust of the mine; the Mine Safety and Healthfor the proper performance of the Control Plan. Administration identification number iffunctions of the agency, including known; and the name and address of theDATES:Submit comments on or beforewhether the information will have mine operator.June 29, 2009.practical utility;
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Federal Register/ NoticesApril 30, 2009/ Thursday,74, No. 82/ Vol.
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sufficiently under the control of DelphiEvaluate the accuracy of theManagement and Budget approval of the agency’s estimate of the burden of theinformation collection request; they willCorporation, Electronics and Safety proposed collection of information,also become a matter of public record.Division. including the validity of theBased on these findings, the Dated at Arlington, Virginia, this 24th day methodology and assumptions used;Department is amending this of April 2009. Enhance the quality, utility, andcertification to include leased workers John Rowlett, clarity of the information to beof Manpower and Manpower Director of Management Services Division. collected; andProfessional working onsite at the [FR Doc. E9–9943 Filed 4–29–09; 8:45 am] Kokomo, Indiana location of the subjectMinimize the burden of the BILLING CODE 4510–43–P collection of information on those whofirm. are to respond, including through theThe intent of the Department’s use of appropriate automated,certification is to include all workers DEPARTMENT OF LABOR electronic, mechanical, or otheremployed at Delphi Corporation, technological collection techniques orElectronics and Safety Division who Employment and Training other forms of information technology,were adversely affected by a shift in Administration e.g.,permitting electronic submissionsproduction in Mexico. [TA–W–62,760] of responses.The amended notice applicable to A copy of the proposed information TA–W–62,760 is hereby issued as Delphi Corporation Electronics and collection request can be obtained by follows: Safety Division Including OnSite contacting the employee listed in the All workers of Delphi Corporation, Leased Workers From Acro Service FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACTElectronics and Safety Division, including Corporation, Manpower and Manpower section of this notice, or viewed on the onsite leased workers from Acro Service Professional, Kokomo, IN; Amended Internet by accessing the MSHA home Corporation, Manpower and Manpower Certification Regarding Eligibility To page (http://www.msha.gov/) andProfessional, Kokomo, Indiana, who became Apply for Worker Adjustment selecting ‘‘Rules & Regs’’, and thentotally or partially separated from Assistance and Alternative Tradeemployment on or after January 28, 2007, selecting ‘‘FedReg. Docs’’. On the next Adjustment Assistancethrough February 14, 2010, are eligible to screen, select ‘‘Paperwork Reduction apply for adjustment assistance under Act Supporting Statement’’ to view In accordance with Section 223 of the Section 223 of the Trade Act of 1974, and are documents supporting theFederal Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2273), andalso eligible to apply for alternative trade RegisterNotice. Section 246 of the Trade Act of 1974 (26adjustment assistance under Section 246 of the Trade Act of 1974. U.S.C. 2813), as amended, the III. Current Actions Department of Labor issued a Signed at Washington, DC, this 14th day of The information provided by the mine Certification of Eligibility To Apply forApril 2009. operator on the dust data card that Worker Adjustment Assistance and Elliott S. Kushner, accompanies each dust sample, the Alternative Trade Adjustment Certifying Officer, Division of Trade reporting of when such samples will be Assistance on February 14, 2008, Adjustment Assistance. collected to allow MSHA to observe the applicable to workers of Delphi [FR Doc. E9–9936 Filed 4–29–09; 8:45 am] actual collection, and the reporting of Corporation, Electronics and Safety any changes in operation status affecting BILLING CODE 4510–FN–P Division, Kokomo, Indiana. The notice sampling, are vital to effectively was published in theFederal Register administer the operator sampling on February 29, 2008 (73 FR 11152). DEPARTMENT OF LABOR program. This allows MSHA to The certification was amended on determine not only whether mine October 16, 2008 to include onsiteEmployment and Training operators have complied with the leased workers from Acro ServiceAdministration sampling requirements stipulated in the Corporation. The notice was published regulations but also which operators[TA–W–64,229B; TA–W–64,229C] in theFederal Registeron October 27, were in noncompliance with the 2008 (73 FR 63733). applicable dust standard. AfterHanesbrands, Inc. Formely Known as At the request of the petitioner, the processing, results are reported back toSara Lee Branded Apparel Including Department reviewed the certification mine operators for posting on the mineOnSite Leased Workers From for workers of the subject firm. The bulletin board and viewing by miners.Diversco Integrated Services and Kelly workers are engaged in the production MSHA also uses this information toServices, Inc., Gastonia, NC; of various types of automobile plan enforcement activities and evaluateHanesbrands, Inc. Formely Known as components, including: Heating, programs.Sara Lee Branded Apparel Including ventilating, airconditioning systems Type of Review:Extension.OnSite Leased Workers From (HVAC), amplifiers, mainboards, gas Agency:Mine Safety and HealthDiversco Integrated Services and Kelly control modules, hybrid airmeter Administration.Services, Inc., Rockingham, NC; electronics, hybrid ignition electronics, Title:Mine Operator Dust Cards.Amended Certification Regarding pressure sensors, transmission control OMB Number:1219–0011.Eligibility To Apply for Worker modules, crash sensing devices, Frequency:On occasion. Adjustment Assistance and Alternative occupant sensing devices, warning Affected Public:Business or other for Trade Adjustment Assistance systems and semiconductors. profit. New information shows that leasedIn accordance with Section 223 of the Respondents:830. workers of Manpower and ManpowerTrade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2273), and Responses:41,000. Burden Hours:were employed onsite atSection 246 of the Trade Act of 1974 (2633,199. Professional Total Burden Cost:U.S.C. 2813), as amended, theKokomo, Indiana location of Delphi$2,989,000. the Comments submitted in response toCorporation, Electronics and SafetyDepartment of Labor issued a this notice will be summarized and/orDivision. The Department hasCertification of Eligibility to Apply for included in the request for Office ofdetermined that these workers areWorker Adjustment Assistance and
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