Q: Can I publish material that includes CFR references?
A: Yes. The CFRs are public domain and no restrictions are placed on publication of the contents.
Q: Why are the reference numbers confusing?
A: The CFR format uses a period to separate the part number from the section number (instead of a decimal system), so "29 CFR 1910.2" would precede "29 CFR 1910.15." Also, the many paragraph structural levels mix numerals and letters and include the use of lower case "a" proceeding capital "A" which is an unusual sequence.
Q: What are some examples of employees requiring hazmat training?
A: Employees who:
Superintendent of Documents
Mail OP: SSOP
Washington, DC 20402-9328
Government Printing Office: www.gpoaccess.gov
The Federal Register: What Is It and How To Use It, Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration, June 1995.
Code of Federal Regulations, 29 CFR 1910–end, 1993.
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