Rules of Practice and Procedure Concerning Filing and Service and Amended Rules Concerning Filing and Service; Correction

Cited as86 FR 8687
CourtOccupational Safety And Health Administration, The Secretary Of Labor Office
Publication Date09 Feb 2021
Record Number2021-02564
8687
Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 25 / Tuesday, February 9, 2021 / Rules and Regulations
public an opportunity to comment on
the topics addressed at a later time.
Accordingly, the final rule amending
20 CFR part 702 published in the
Federal Register on December 14, 2020
(85 FR 80601) are withdrawn as of
February 9, 2021.
Christopher J. Godfrey,
Director, Office of Workers’ Compensation
Programs.
[FR Doc. 2021–02723 Filed 2–8–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 4510–CR–P
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Office of the Secretary of Labor
29 CFR Part 22
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration
29 CFR Part 1986
RIN 1290–AA28
Rules of Practice and Procedure
Concerning Filing and Service and
Amended Rules Concerning Filing and
Service; Correction
AGENCY
: Employment and Training
Administration, Office of Workers’
Compensation Programs, Office of the
Secretary, Office of Labor-Management
Standards, Wage and Hour Division,
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration, Office of Federal
Contract Compliance Programs.
ACTION
: Direct final rule; correction.
SUMMARY
: The Department of Labor
(Department or DOL) is correcting a
direct final rule that appeared in the
Federal Register on January 11, 2021,
‘‘Rules of Practice and Procedure
Concerning Filing and Service and
Amended Rules Concerning Filing and
Service.’’ The companion proposed rule
to the final rule was published in the
same issue of the Federal Register. The
final rule required electronic filing (e-
filing) and made acceptance of
electronic service (e-service) automatic
for attorneys and non-attorney
representatives representing parties in
proceedings before the Administrative
Review Board, unless the Board
authorized non-electronic filing and
service for good cause. Among other
changes, the final rule was intended to
revise several sections of the Code of
Federal Regulations. However, the final
rule as published inadvertently omitted
amendatory instructions to revise two
section headings, despite providing
revised language for those headings.
This document provides the omitted
amendatory instructions to ensure that
these two section headings are revised
as written in the final rule.
DATES
: This correction is effective on
February 25, 2021, unless the
Department receives a significant
adverse comment to the underlying
direct final rule or its companion
proposed rule by February 10, 2021 that
explains why the rule is inappropriate.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: Mr.
Thomas Shepherd, Clerk of the
Appellate Boards, at 202–693–6319 or
Shepherd.Thomas@dol.gov.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: DOL is
making the following corrections to the
final rule, as published in the Federal
Register on Monday, January 11, 2021
(86 FR 1772).
DOL is adding amendatory
instructions to change the section
headings of two sections of the Code of
Federal Regulations.
At 86 FR 1781, third column, 29 CFR
part 22, amendatory instruction 43
revised § 22.39, paragraphs (a), (b)(3),
(c), (f), and (h) through (l). The text of
§ 22.39 as written in the final rule also
included a revised section heading;
however, amendatory instruction 43 did
not specify that the section heading
should be revised in addition to the text
of the above-listed paragraphs. In this
action, amendatory instruction 43 is
corrected to clarify that the section
heading of § 22.39 should be revised as
well. Amendatory instruction 43 is
corrected to read: ‘‘43. In § 22.39, revise
the section heading and paragraphs (a),
(b)(3), (c), (f), and (h) through (l) to read
as follows:’’. The section heading is
being revised to read ‘‘Appeal to ARB’’
instead of ‘‘Appeal to authority head.’’
This change is in keeping with the
Department’s clearly expressed intent in
the preamble of the final rule to revise
references in the regulations to an
‘‘authority head’’ to references to the
‘‘ARB’’ in order to clarify the
responsibilities of the Administrative
Review Board.
At 86 FR 1793, third column, 29 CFR
part 1986, amendatory instruction 133
revised § 1986.110, paragraph (c). The
text of § 1986.110 as written in the final
rule also included a revised section
heading; however, amendatory
instruction 133 did not specify that the
section heading should be revised in
addition to the text of paragraph (c). In
this action, amendatory instruction 133
is corrected to clarify that the section
heading of § 1986.110 should be revised,
as well. Amendatory instruction 133 is
corrected to read: ‘‘133. In § 1986.110,
revise the section heading and
paragraph (c) to read as follows:’’. The
section heading is being revised to read
‘‘Decision and orders of the
Administrative Review Board’’ instead
of ‘‘Decisions and order of the
Administrative Review Board.’’ The
change to § 1986.110 is intended to
make the section heading consistent
with other similar section headings in
the chapter of Title 29 that are titled
‘‘Decision and orders of the
Administrative Review Board.’’
Federal Register Correction
In the final rule published at 86 FR
1772 in the issue of January 11, 2021,
the following corrections are made:
PART 22—PROGRAM FRAUD CIVIL
REMEDIES ACT OF 1986
§ 22.39 [Corrected]
1. On page 1781, in the third column,
correct amendatory instruction 43 to
read: ‘‘43. In § 22.39, revise the section
heading and paragraphs (a), (b)(3), (c),
(f), and (h) through (l) to read as
follows:’’.
PART 1986—PROCEDURES FOR THE
HANDLING OF RETALIATION
COMPLAINTS UNDER THE EMPLOYEE
PROTECTION PROVISION OF THE
SEAMAN’S PROTECTION ACT (SPA),
AS AMENDED
§ 1986.110 [Corrected]
2. On page 1793, in the third column,
correct amendatory instruction 133 to
read: ‘‘133. In § 1986.110, revise the
section heading and paragraph (c) to
read as follows:’’.
Dated: February 3, 2021.
Milton A. Stewart,
Acting Secretary of Labor.
[FR Doc. 2021–02564 Filed 2–8–21; 8:45 am]
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DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND
SECURITY
Coast Guard
33 CFR Part 165
[Docket Number USCG–2021–0036]
RIN 1625–AA00
Safety Zone; Lower Mississippi River,
Mile Markers 330.0–360.0, MS
AGENCY
: Coast Guard, Department of
Homeland Security (DHS).
ACTION
: Temporary final rule.
SUMMARY
: The Coast Guard is
establishing a temporary fixed and
moving safety zone for all navigable
waters within 300 yards of the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Bank
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