Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) - FedReg E7-23941 - Proposed Information Collection Request
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70348 Federal Register/Vol. 72, No. 237/Tuesday, December 11, 2007/Notices APPENDIX [TAA petitions instituted between 11/26/07 and 11/30/07] Date of Date of TA–W Subject firm (petitioners) Location institution petition 62494 ........... Red Farm Studios LLC (Comp) ................................................................... Pawtucket, RI .............. 11/26/07 11/01/07 62495 Telex Communications, Inc. (State) ............................................................ Blue Earth, MN ........... 11/27/07 11/26/07 62496 ........... GE Lighting Systems, Inc. (Comp.) ............................................................. East Flat Rock, NC..... 11/27/07 11/20/07 62497 H & W Trucking Co., Inc. (Comp) ............................................................... Mt. Airy, NC ................62498 ........... Double D Logging (Comp) ........................................................................... John Day, OR .............62499 ........... Timber Products Company (Wkrs) .............................................................. Grants Pass, OR .........62500 Credence Systems Corp (Comp) ................................................................ Hillsboro, OR ............... 11/27/07 11/21/07 62501 ........... American Fiber and Finishing, Inc. (Comp) ................................................. Albemarle, NC ............. 11/28/07 11/27/07 62502 Girard Plastics, LLC (Comp) ................................................ ...

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Federal Register/ Notices/ Tuesday,December 11, 2007/ Vol.72, No. 237
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Red Farm Studios LLC (Comp) ................................................................... Telex Communications, Inc. (State)............................................................ GE Lighting Systems, Inc. (Comp.)............................................................. H & W Trucking Co., Inc. (Comp)............................................................... Double D Logging (Comp) ........................................................................... Timber Products Company (Wkrs).............................................................. Credence Systems Corp (Comp)................................................................ American Fiber and Finishing, Inc. (Comp) ................................................. Girard Plastics, LLC (Comp) ........................................................................ Black & Decker Abrasives, Inc. (Comp)...................................................... Electronic Data Systems (Wkrs) .................................................................. Springs Global U.S./Charles D. Owen Manufacturing (Comp)................... Dielink International (Comp)........................................................................ Chester Bednar (Comp) ............................................................................... Brenham Spring (Comp) .............................................................................. Bekaert Corporation (Comp) ........................................................................ Cuno, Inc (State) .......................................................................................... BCGI Cellular Express (Wkrs)..................................................................... Dunlap Industries (Wkrs)............................................................................. SEGI Products, Inc. (State)........................................................................ Atlas Aero Corporation (State).................................................................... Drive Sol Global Steering Inc. (State)......................................................... Northern Machine Tool Company (Comp).................................................. BenchCraft (Comp)...................................................................................... Chace Leathers, Inc. (State) ........................................................................ American Greetings Corporation (Comp).................................................... Carrier Access Corporation (Comp)............................................................
I. Background
requirements on respondents can be properly assessed. DATES:Submit comments on or before February 11, 2008. ADDRESSES:Send comments to Debbie Ferraro, Records Management Branch, 1100 Wilson Boulevard, Room 2171, Arlington, VA 222093939. Commenters are encouraged to send their comments on computer disk, or via Email to ferraro.debbie@dol.gov.Ms. Ferraro can be reached at (202) 6939821 (voice), or (202) 6939801 (facsimile). FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Contact the employee listed in the ADDRESSESsection of this notice SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
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Date of institution
SUMMARY:The Department of Labor, as part of its continuing effort to reduce paperwork and respondent burden conducts a preclearance consultation program to provide the general public and Federal agencies with an opportunity to comment on proposed and/or continuing collections of information in accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA95) [44 U.S.C. 3506 (c)(2)(A)]. This program helps to ensure that requested data can be provided in the desired format, reporting burden (time and financial resources) is minimized, collection instruments are clearly understood, and the impact of collection
Date of petition
11/01/07 11/26/07 11/20/07 11/26/07 11/26/07 11/26/07 11/21/07 11/27/07 11/27/07 11/26/07 11/27/07 11/27/07 11/26/07 11/20/07 11/29/07 11/27/07 11/28/07 11/26/07 11/13/07 11/28/07 11/28/07 11/29/07 11/28/07 11/29/07 11/28/07 11/29/07 11/27/07
APPENDIX[TAA petitions instituted between 11/26/07 and 11/30/07]
Subject firm (petitioners)
The reporting and recordkeeping provisions in 30 CFR Part 50, Notification, Investigation, Reports and Records of Accidents, Injuries and Illnesses, Employment and Coal Production in Mines, are essential elements in MSHAs Congressional mandate to reduce workrelated injuries and illnesses among the nations miners. Section 50.10 requires mine operators and mining contractors to immediately notify MSHA in the event of an accident. This immediate notification is critical to MSHAs timely investigation and assessment of the probable cause of the accident.
Pawtucket, RI .............. Blue Earth, MN........... East Flat Rock, NC..... Mt. Airy, NC................ John Day, OR............. Grants Pass, OR ......... Hillsboro, OR ............... Albemarle, NC ............. Girard, PA................... Marshall, TX ................ Midland, MI................. Swannanoa, NC .......... Grand Rapids, MI ........ Washington, PA.......... Brenham, TX ............... Dyersburg, TN ............. Meriden, CT................ Westbrook, ME........... Dunlap, TN .................. Norco, CA................... Meriden, CT................ Watertown, CT............ Muskegon, MI............. Blue Mountain, MS ...... Fall River, MA............. Philadelphia, MS......... Boulder, CO................
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Proposed Information Collection Request Submitted for Public Comment and Recommendations; Mine Accident, Injury, and Illness Report and Quarterly Mine Employment and Coal Production Report (MSHA Forms 70001 and 70002)
Mine Safety and Health Administration
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Section 50.11 requires that the operator or contractor investigate each accident and occupational injury and prepare a report. The operator or contractor may not use MSHA Form 70001 as a report, unless the mine employs fewer than 20 miners and the occurrence involves an occupational injury not related to an accident. Section 50.20(a) requires mine operators and mining contractors to report each accident, injury, or illness to MSHA on Form 70001 within 10 working days after an accident or injury has occurred or an occupational illness has been diagnosed. The use of MSHA Form 70001 provides for uniform information gathering across the mining industry. Section 50.30(a) requires mine operators and independent contractors working on mine property to report quarterly employment and coal production to MSHA on Form 70002. MSHA tabulates and analyzes the information from this form along with data from MSHA Form 70001, Mine Accident, Injury, and Illness Report, to compute incidence and severity rates for various injury types. These rates are used to analyze trends and to assess the degree of success of the health and safety efforts of MSHA and the mining industry. MSHA tabulates and analyzes the information from MSHA Form 70001,
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Dated at Arlington, Virginia, this 6th day along with data from MSHA Formwhether the information will have of December, 2007. 7000practical utility;2, to compute incidence and David L. Meyer, severity rates for various injury types. Evaluate the accuracy of the These rates are used to analyze trendsDirector, Office of Administration and agencys estimate of the burden of the Management. and to assess the degree of success of proposed collection of information, the health and safety efforts of MSHA[FR Doc. E723941 Filed 121007; 8:45 am] including the validity of the and the mining industry.BILLING CODE 451043P methodology and assumptions used; Accident, injury, and illness data Enhance the quality, utility, and when correlated with employment and clarity of the information to be DEPARTMENT OF LABOR production data provide information collected; and that allows MSHA to improve its safety Minimize the burden of the Mine Safety and Health Administration and health enforcement programs, focus collection of information on those who its education and training efforts, and are to respond, including through the Proposed Information Collection establish priorities for its technical use of appropriate automated, Request; Submitted for Public assistance activities in mine safety and electronic, mechanical, or other Comment and Recommendations; health. Maintaining a current database technological collection techniques or Qualification/Certification Program and allows MSHA to identify and direct other forms of information technology, Man Hoist Operators Physical Fitness increased attention to those mines, e.g., permitting electronic submissions industry segments, and geographical ACTION:Notice. of responses. areas where hazardous trends are A copy of the proposed information SUMMARY:The Department of Labor, as developing. This could not be done collection request can be obtained by part of its continuing effort to reduce effectively utilizing historical data. The contacting the employee listed in the paperwork and respondent burden, information collected under Part 50 is ADDRESSESsection of this notice or conducts a preclearance consultation the most comprehensive and reliable viewed on the internet by accessing the program to provide the general public occupational data available concerning MSHA home page (http:// and Federal agencies with an the mining industry. www.msha.gov/) and selecting‘‘Rules opportunity to comment on proposed Section 103(d) of the Federal Mine and Regs,’’and then selecting‘‘Fed Reg and/or continuing collections of Safety and Health Act of 1977 (Mine Docs.’’information in accordance with the Act) mandates that each accident be Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 investigated by the operator toIII. Current Actions (PRA95) [44 U.S.C. 3506(c)(2)(A)]. This determine the cause and means of This request for collection of program helps ensure that requested preventing a recurrence. Records of information contains provisions data is provided in the desired format, such accidents and investigations shall whereby persons may be temporarily reporting burden (time and financial be kept and made available to the qualified or certified to perform tests resources) is minimized, collection Secretary or his authorized and examinations; requiring specialized instruments are clearly understood, and representative and the appropriate State expertise; related to miner safety and the impact of collection requirements on agency. Section 103(h) requires health at coal mines. respondents can be properly assessed. operators to keep any records and make Type of Review:Extension. any reports that are reasonably:Submit comments on or before DATES Agency:Mine Safety and Health necessary for MSHA to perform itsFebruary 11, 2008. Administration. duties under the Mine Act. SectionADDRESSES:Send comments to Debbie Title:Mine Accident, Injury, and 103(j) of the Mine Act requires operatorsFerraro, Records Management Branch, Illness Report and Quarterly Mine to notify MSHA of the occurrence of an1100 Wilson Boulevard, Room 2171, Employment and Coal Production accident and to take appropriateArlington, VA 222093939. Commenters Report. measures to preserve any evidenceare encouraged to send their comments which would assist in the investigationOMB Number:12190007. oncomputer disk, or via Email to into the cause or causes of the accident.Form(s):MSHA 70001 and MSHAferraro.debbie@dol.gov. Ms. Ferraro can Data collected through MSHA Form7000reached at (202) 6932. be9821 (voice), or 70001 and MSHA Form 7000(202) 6932 enable9801 (facsimile). Frequency:Quarterly and On MSHA to publish timely quarterly andNTAC Occasion.FOR FURTHER INFORMATION COT: annual statistics, reflecting currentContact the employee listed in the Affected Public:Business or other for safety and health conditions in theADDRESSESsection of this notice. profit. mining industry. These data are used SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Respondents:22,295. not only by MSHA, but also by other Responses:139,903. I. Background Federal and State agencies, health and Estimated Time per Response:30 safety researchers, and the miningPersons performing tasks and certain minutes for hardcopy filings and 15 community to assist in measuring andrequired examinations at coal mines minutes for Form 700002 electronic comparing the results of health andrelated to miner safety and health, filings. safety efforts both in the United Stateswhich require specialized training, Total Burden Hours:270,666. and internationally.experience, and physical qualifications, Total Burden Cost (operating/ are required to be either‘‘certified’’or II. Desired Focus of Comments maintaining):$31,993. ‘‘qualified’’. The regulations recognized MSHA is particularly interested inComments submitted in response toState certification and qualification comments that:this notice will be summarized and/orprograms. However, under the Federal Evaluate whether the proposedMine Safety and Health Act of 1977 andincluded in the request for Office of collection of information is necessaryManagement and Budget approval of theMSHA standards, where State programs for the proper performance of theinformation collection request; they willdo not exist, MSHA may certify and functions of the agency, includingalso become a matter of public record.qualify persons for as long as they
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