29 CFR 1912.8 - Committee charters.
(a) Filing. No advisory committee shall take any action or conduct any business subsequent to January 5, 1973, until a committee charter has been filed with the Secretary of Labor, the standing committees of the Congress having legislative jurisdiction of the Department of Labor and the Library of Congress.
(b) Committee charter information. Each Advisory committee charter shall contain the following information:
(2) The committee's objectives and scope of activity; i.e., the standard or standards to be developed;
(5) The agency responsible for providing support (i.e., the Occupational Safety and Health Administration);
(9) The committee's termination date or other fixed period of termination, if less than 2 years (see § 1912.3(j) concerning the Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health); and
(c) Applicability of this section to subgroups The applicability of this section to subgroups of an advisory committee depends upon the nature of the subgroup. With regard to formal subgroups, such as a formal subcommittee of an advisory committee, the requisite information should be set forth either in the charter of the parent committee or in a separate charter. Informal subgroups of an advisory committee, particularly those temporary in nature, need not be reflected expressly in a charter.
Title 29 published on 2013-07-01.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 29 CFR Part 1912.