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MOSH Instruction 14-9 - Implementation of Exemptions and Limitations Placed on MOSH Activities by the Federal Labor/Health and Human Services Appropriations Act

 
Subject: MOSH Instruction 14-9 Implementation of Exemptions and Limitations Placed on MOSH Activities by the Federal Labor/Health and Human Services Appropriations Act
   
Effective Date: February 27, 2014
   
Issuance Date: February 27, 2014
 
Cancellation: MOSH Instruction 98-3
   
Expiration Date: Effective until replaced by a new instruction
   
Purpose: This Instruction provides guidance for the Exemptions and Limitations on Activities by the Federal Labor/Health and Human Services Appropriations Act.
 
Scope: MOSH-wide.
   
Contact: Chief of MOSH Compliance Services
See MOSH Website for Current Information
   
By and Under the Authority of: Eric M. Uttenreither, Assistant Commissioner
 

Summary:

The Assistant Commissioner or his authorized representative shall ensure that enforcement activities are scheduled and conducted in accord with the most current Exemptions and Limitations on Activities by the Federal Labor/Health and Human Services Appropriations Act and related Appendices. If the situation arises that MOSH deems an inspection is warranted, but exempt from reimbursement of federal funds, 100% state funds may be used. In these instances, the Chief of Compliance must approve and take appropriate steps to ensure documentation of the decision and subsequent expenditures are appropriately classified.

This Instruction cancels 98-3 which also contained guidance for other-than-serious (OTS) penalties. Compliance officers will confer with their Supervisor if OTS penalties are recommended in accordance with Labor and Employment Article 5-809(c)(2). If OTS penalties are not recommended, reference this Instruction (MI 14-9) on violation worksheet.

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