29 CFR 42.20 - Regional Farm Labor Coordinated Enforcement Committee.

§ 42.20 Regional Farm Labor Coordinated Enforcement Committee.
(a) Under the leadership of the ESA Regional Administrator, each region shall establish a Regional Farm Labor Coordinated Enforcement Committee (Regional Committee), including representatives of ESA, OSHA, ETA (the Regional MSFW Monitor Advocate), and the Office of the Regional Solicitor.
(b) The Regional Committee shall be headed by the Regional Administrator of ESA.
(c) The Regional Committee shall:
(1) Meet regularly on at least a quarterly basis;
(2) Exchange information on enforcement activities, including complaint/directed action logs developed by the DOL subagencies;
(3) Develop a written coordinated enforcement strategy specifying for the region all information which the Regional Committee believes will be helpful to the National Committee in formulating the annual coordination plan. This strategy shall include at a minimum all information called for by § 42.8 for the region, taking into account particular conditions in the region (e.g., the seasonality of the farm labor population). Once it is reviewed by the National Committee and appropriately revised, the regional offices of ESA, ETA, and OSHA shall follow the enforcement strategy for the year, with revisions as needed by changing circumstances during the year. The National Committee shall be advised of any such revisions;
(4) Maintain contacts with State agencies, farm labor groups, growers, and other interested parties; and
(5) Coordinate cross-training of enforcement personnel within the region.
(d) There shall be a regional committee staff level working group in each region consisting of regional staff representatives from ESA, ETA, OSHA, the Office of the Regional Solicitor, and OSHA State Farm Labor Coordinators within that region. This working group shall meet at least monthly.
(e) The designated Farm Labor Specialist (ESA), Farm Labor Regional Coordinators (OSHA), and MSFW Monitor Advocates (USES) in each region shall be available to provide staff support to the Regional Committees.
(f) To facilitate coordination with farm labor groups and growers in each region, the respective Regional Committee shall hold an annual public meeting, transcribe or recorded at the option of the Regional Committee, which shall be:
(1) Publicized to all appropriate migrant farmworker and grower associations in the region;
(2) Conducted by the director of the Regional Committee with other DOL agency representatives participating as necessary; and
(3) Opened to all members of the public.
(g) The Regional Committee shall conduct and cooperate with the National Committee in order to develop, implement and ensure the uniform and effective application of coordinated enforcement efforts.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 29 - LABOR

§ 49 - United States Employment Service established

§ 49a - Definitions

§ 49b - Duties of Secretary

§ 49c - Acceptance by States; creation of State agencies

29 U.S. Code § 49c–1 - Transfer to States of property used by United States Employment Service

29 U.S. Code § 49c–2 - Omitted

29 U.S. Code § 49c–3 - Repealed.

29 U.S. Code § 49c–4 - Transferred

29 U.S. Code § 49c–5 - Omitted

§ 49d - Appropriations; certification for payment to States

29 U.S. Code § 49d–1 - Omitted

§ 49e - Allotment of funds

§ 49f - Percentage disposition of allotted funds

§ 49g - State plans

§ 49h - Fiscal controls and accounting procedures

§ 49i - Recordkeeping and accountability

§ 49j - Notice of strikes and lockouts to applicants

§ 49k - Rules and regulations

29 U.S. Code § -

29 U.S. Code § -

29 U.S. Code § -

§ 49m, 49n - Omitted

§ 201 - Short title

§ 202 - Congressional finding and declaration of policy

§ 203 - Definitions

§ 204 - Administration

§ 205 - Repealed.

§ 206 - Minimum wage

§ 207 - Maximum hours

§ 208 - Repealed.

§ 209 - Attendance of witnesses

§ 210 - Court review of wage orders in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands

§ 211 - Collection of data

§ 212 - Child labor provisions

§ 213 - Exemptions

§ 214 - Employment under special certificates

§ 215 - Prohibited acts; prima facie evidence

§ 216 - Penalties

§ 216a - Repealed. Oct. 26, 1949, ch. 736,

§ 216b - Liability for overtime work performed prior to July 20, 1949

§ 217 - Injunction proceedings

§ 218 - Relation to other laws

§ 218a - Automatic enrollment for employees of large employers

§ 218b - Notice to employees

§ 218c - Protections for employees

§ 219 - Separability

§ 651 - Congressional statement of findings and declaration of purpose and policy

§ 652 - Definitions

§ 653 - Geographic applicability; judicial enforcement; applicability to existing standards; report to Congress on duplication and...statutory rights, duties, or liabilities of employers and employees unaffected

§ 654 - Duties of employers and employees

§ 655 - Standards

§ 656 - Administration

§ 657 - Inspections, investigations, and recordkeeping

§ 658 - Citations

§ 659 - Enforcement procedures

§ 660 - Judicial review

§ 661 - Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission

§ 662 - Injunction proceedings

§ 663 - Representation in civil litigation

§ 664 - Disclosure of trade secrets; protective orders

§ 665 - Variations, tolerances, and exemptions from required provisions; procedure; duration

§ 666 - Civil and criminal penalties

§ 667 - State jurisdiction and plans

§ 668 - Programs of Federal agencies

§ 669 - Research and related activities

§ 669a - Expanded research on worker health and safety

§ 670 - Training and employee education

§ 671 - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

§ 671a - Workers’ family protection

§ 672 - Grants to States

§ 673 - Statistics

§ 674 - Audit of grant recipient; maintenance of records; contents of records; access to books, etc.

§ 675 - Annual reports by Secretary of Labor and Secretary of Health and Human Services; contents

§ 676 - Omitted

§ 677 - Separability

§ 678 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 801, 802 - Repealed.