Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) - Federal Register Document E7-8564 - Proposed Information
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Federal Register/Vol. 72, No. 87/Monday, May 7, 2007/Notices 25785 contaminants in the mine atmosphere, e.g., permitting electronic submissions Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 and to dilute possible accumulation of of responses. (PRA95) [44 U.S.C. 3506 (c)(2)(A)]. This explosive gases. Lack of adequate A copy of the proposed information program helps to ensure that requested ventilation in underground mines has collection request can be obtained by data can be provided in the desired resulted in fatalities from asphyxiation contacting the employee listed in the format, reporting burden (time and and explosions due to a buildup of FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT financial resources) is minimized, explosive gases. section of this notice, or viewed on the collection instruments are clearly Internet by accessing the MSHA home understood, and the impact of collection DATES: Submit comments on or before page (http://www.msha.gov) and then requirements on respondents can be July 6, 2007. choosing ‘‘Rules and Regs’’ and properly assessed. ADDRESSES: Send comments to U.S. ‘‘Federal Register Documents.’’ DATES: Submit comments on or before Department of Labor, Mine Safety and July 6, 2007. III. Current Actions Health Administration, Debbie Ferraro, Management Services Division, 1100 ADDRESSES: Send comments to U.S. Currently, the Mine Safety and Health Wilson Boulevard, Room 2171, Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Administration (MSHA) is soliciting Arlington, VA ...

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contaminants in the mine atmosphere,e.g.Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, permitting electronic submissions and to dilute possible accumulation ofof responses.(PRA95) [44 U.S.C. 3506 (c)(2)(A)]. This explosive gases. Lack of adequateA copy of the proposed informationprogram helps to ensure that requested ventilation in underground mines hascollection request can be obtained bydata can be provided in the desired resulted in fatalities from asphyxiationcontacting the employee listed in theformat, reporting burden (time and and explosions due to a buildup ofFOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACTfinancial resources) is minimized, explosive gases.section of this notice, or viewed on thecollection instruments are clearly Internet by accessing the MSHA homeunderstood, and the impact of collection DATES:Submit comments on or before page (http://www.msha.govrequirements on respondents can be) and then July 6, 2007. choosing‘‘Rules and Regs’’and properlyassessed. ADDRESSES:Send comments to U.S. ‘‘Federal RegisterDocuments.’’DATES:Submit comments on or before Department of Labor, Mine Safety and July 6, 2007. Health Administration, Debbie Ferraro,III. Current Actions Management Services Division, 1100ADDRESSES:Send comments to U.S. Currently, the Mine Safety and Health Wilson Boulevard, Room 2171,Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Administration (MSHA) is soliciting Arlington, VA 22209Health Administration, Debbie Ferraro,3939. Commenters comments concerning the proposed are encouraged to send their commentsManagement Services Division, 1100 extension of the information collection on a computer disk, or via email toWilson Boulevard, Room 2171, related to ventilation and main fan Ferraro.Debbie@dol.govArlington, VA 22209, along with an3939. Commenters maintenance. original printed copy. Ms. Ferraro canare encouraged to send their comments Type of Review:Extension. be reached at (202) 693on a computer disk or via email to9821 (voice), or Agency:Mine Safety and Health (202) 6939801 (facsimile).Ferraro.Debbie@dol.gov, along with an Administration. original printed copy. Ms. Ferraro can FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:Title:Ventilation Plan and Main Fan be reached at (202) 6939821 (voice), or Contact the employee listed in theMaintenance Record. (202) 6939801 (facsimile). ADDRESSESsection of this notice.OMB Number:12190016. Affected Public:Business or other forFOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: profit. Contactthe employee listed in the I. Background Frequency:Annually and on occasion.ADDRESSESsection of this notice. Respondents:242. Underground mines present harshSUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Total Burden Hours:5,942. and hostile working environments. The I. Background Total Burden Cost (capital/startup): ventilation system is the most vital life $0. support system in underground miningSection 103(g) of the Federal Mine Total Burden Cost (operating/ and a properly operating ventilationSafety and Health Act of 1977 (Pub. L. maintaining):$0. system is essential for maintaining a91173, as amended by Pub. L. 95164) Comments submitted in response to safe and healthful working(Mine Act), states that a representative this notice will be summarized and/or environment. Inadequate ventilation canof miners, or any individual miner included in the request for Office of be a primary factor for deaths caused bywhere this is no miners representative, Management and Budget approval of the disease of the lungs (e.g. silicosis). Inmay submit a written or oral notification information collection request; they will addition, poor working conditions fromof alleged violation of the Mine Act or also become a matter of public record. lack of adequate ventilation contributea mandatory standard or of an imminent to accidents resulting from heat stress,Dated at Arlington, Virginia, this 1st day ofdanger. Such notification requires the limited visibility, or impaired judgmentMay, 2007.Mine Safety and Health Administration from contaminants.David L. Meyer,(MSHA) to make an immediate Director, Office of Administration andinspection. A copy of the notice must be II. Desired Focus of Comments Management.provided to the operator. MSHA is particularly interested in [FR Doc. E78556 Filed 5407; 8:45 am]Title 30, Code of Federal Regulations comments that: BILLING CODE 451043P(30 CFR), Part 43, implements Section Evaluate whether the proposed 103(g) of the Mine Act. It provides the collection of information is necessary procedures for submitting notification of for the proper performance of theDEPARTMENT OF LABORthe alleged violation and the actions functions of the agency, including which MSHA must take after receiving Mine Safety and Health Administration whether the information will have the notice. Although the regulation practical utility; contains a review procedure (required Proposed Information Collection by Section 103(g)(2) of the Mine Act)Evaluate the accuracy of the Request Submitted for Public agencywhereby a miner or a representative ofs estimate of the burden of the Comment and Recommendations; proposed collection of information,miners may in writing request a review Hazardous Conditions Complaints including the validity of theif no citation or order is written as a methodology and assumptions used;result of the original notice, the option ACTION:Notice. Enhance the quality, utility, andis so rarely used that it was not clarity of the information to beSUMMARY:The Department of Labor, asconsidered in the burden estimates. collected; andpart of its continuing effort to reduce II. Desired Focus of Comments paperwork and respondent burdenMinimize the burden of the collection of information on those whoconducts a preclearance consultationMSHA is particularly interested in are to respond, including through theprogram to provide the general publiccomments that: use of appropriate automated,and Federal agencies with anEvaluate whether the proposed electronic, mechanical, or otheropportunity to comment on proposedcollection of information is necessary technological collection techniques orand/or continuing collections offor the proper performance of the other forms of information technology,information in accordance with thefunctions of the agency, including
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whether the information will haveNATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATIONactivities of the polar research practical utility;community, to provide advice to the Advisory Committee for MathematicalDirector of OPP on issues related to Evaluate the accuracy of the and Physical Sciences; Notice oflongrange planning. agencys estimate of the burden of the MeetingAgenda:Division of Arctic and proposed collection of information, Antarctic Sciences Committee of including the validity of the In accordance with Federal Advisory Visitors reports. methodology and assumptions used; Committee Act (Pub. L. 92463, as Dated: May 2, 2007. amended), the National Science Enhance the quality, utility, and Susanne Bolton, Foundation announces the following clarity of the information to be meeting:Committee Management Officer. collected; and [FR Doc. E78697 Filed 5407; 8:45 am] Name:Directorate for Mathematical and Minimize the burden of the Physical Sciences Advisory Committee (66).BILLING CODE 755501P collection of information on those who Date/Time:May 30, 2007 1:30 p.m.4:30 are to respond, including through the p.m. use of appropriate automated, Place:National Science Foundation, 4201 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION electronic, mechanical, or other Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22230, technological collection techniques or Room 1235 via telecom. National Science Board; Sunshine Act other forms of information technology,Type of Meeting:Open. Meetings; Notice e.g., permitting electronic submissionsContact Person:Dr. Morris L. Aizenman, Senior Science Associate, Directorate forThe National Science Board, pursuant of responses. Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Roomto NSF regulations (45 CFR part 614), A copy of the proposed information 1005, National Science Foundation, 4201 the National Science Foundation Act, as collection request can be obtained by Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22230. amended (42 U.S.C. 1862n5), and the contacting the employee listed in the (703) 2928807. Government in the Sunshine Act (5 FOR FURTHER INFORMATIONsection of thisPurpose of Meeting:To provide advice and U.S.C. 552b), hereby gives notice in notice, or viewed on the Internet byrecommendations concerning NSF science regard to the scheduling of meetings for and education activities within the accessing the MSHA home page (http:// the transaction of National Science Directorate for Mathematical and Physical www.msha.gov) and then choosing Board business and other matters Sciences. ‘‘Rules and Regs’’and‘‘Federal Register Agenda:Budget and Planning.specified, as follows: Documents.’’Summary Minutes:May be obtained from AGENCY HOLDING MEETING:National the contact person listed above. III. Current Actions Science Board. Dated: May 2, 2007. DATE AND TIME:Monday, May 14, 2007, Currently, MSHA is soliciting Susanne E. Bolton,at 8 a.m. and Tuesday May 15, 2007 at comments concerning the extension of Committee Management Officer.8:30 a.m. the information collection requirements [FR Doc. E78696 Filed 5407; 8:45 am]PLACE:National Science Foundation, related to 30 CFR 43.4 (Requirements for 4201 Wilson Blvd., Room 1235, BILLING CODE 755501P giving notice) and 43.7 (Informal review Arlington, VA 22230. All visitors must upon written notice given to an report to the NSF visitor desk at the 9th inspector on the mine premises). NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATIONand N. Stuart Streets entrance to receive Type of Review:Extension. a visitors badge. Advisory Committee for Polar Agency:Mine Safety and Health STATUS:Some portions open, some Programs; Notice of Meeting Administration. portions closed. Title:Hazardous ConditionsIn accordance with Federal Advisory Open Sessions Complaints. CommitteeAct (Pub. L. 92463, as May 14, 2007 amended), the National Science OMB Number:12190014. Foundation announces the following8 a.m.9 a.m. Affected Public:Business or other for meeting: 9a.m.12:30 p.m. profit. Name:Advisory Committee for Polar1:30 p.m.2:30 p.m. Frequency:Programs (1130).On Occasion.2:30 p.m.3:30 p.m. Date/Time:May 17, 2007, 12 p.m. to4 p.m.4:15 p.m. Number of Respondents:1,358. 2 p.m. May 15, 2007 Total Burden Hours:272. Place:National Science Foundation, 8:30 a.m.9:30 a.m. Total Burden Cost (operating/4201 Wilson Boulevard, Room 770, 9:30 a.m.10:15 a.m. maintaining):$0. ArlingtonVA. 10:30 a.m.12 noon Type of Meeting:Open Comments submitted in response to 2 p.m.3 p.m. (Teleconference). this notice will be summarized and/or Contact Person:Sue LaFratta, Office Closed Sessions included in the request for Office of of Polar Programs (OPP). National Management and Budget approval of the May 14, 2007 Science Foundation, 4201 Wilson information collection request; they will Boulevard, Arlington VA 22230 (703)3:30 a.m.4 p.m. also become a matter of public record. 2928030. May 15, 2007 Dated at Arlington, Virginia, this 1st day of Minutes:May be obtained from the May, 2007. contact person list above.10:15 a.m.10:30 a.m. David L. Meyer, 1:30 p.m.1:45 p.m. Reason for Late Notice:Due to Director, Office of Administration and1:45 p.m.2 p.m. scheduling conflicting schedules of Management. members and the necessity to proceed.AGENCY CONTACT:Dr. Robert E. Webber, [FR Doc. E78564 Filed 5407; 8:45 am] Purpose of Meeting:To advise NSF onrwebber@nsf.gov, (703) 2927000, the impact of its policies, programs, andhttp://www.nsf.gov/nsb/. BILLING CODE 451043P
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