WASHINGTON—The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is asking interested parties to comment on its information gathering activities required by its servicing standard for multipiece and single-piece wheel rims.
The call for comments is part of OSHA's routine request to the Office of Management and Budget to extend the wheel rim servicing standard. Under the Paperwork Reduction Act, all agencies must request periodic comments on their rules and regulations to ensure that information gathering activities don't create undue burdens on businesses, especially small businesses.
OSHA is asking potential commenters whether the standard's information collection requirements are necessary for the proper performance of the standard, and whether the agency's estimate of the cost of the paperwork burden, in both time and money, is accurate.
The request appeared in the Oct. 7 Federal Register. Interested parties have until Dec. 14 to submit comments.