You can find the link here.
Of particular interest to the precision machining industry may be the Occupational Exposure to Beryllium rule, 1218-AB76 that is being finalized.
A proposed revised interpretation to the “persuader rule” lessening the scope of what constitutes “advice exempt from reporting under the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA)” is also included.
No signs of what the proposed Beryllium regulation will look like yet.
And folks, don’t ask me why the cover to the Department of Labor’s Federal Register .pdf says ‘Department of Transportation’ on it. (See photo above)
The pdf says it is “Certified by Superintendent of Documents <email@example.com>,United States Government Printing Office, certificate issued by VeriSign CA for Adobe CDS.”
All I know is that if a small manufacturer had such a paperwork error, there’d be a big whoppin’ fine.
At least they got the date right.