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The regulatory amendments do not alter substantive rights or obligations under current law. Currently, OSHA only regulates beryllium through a PEL.
Consequently, there are currently no conflicts between the requirement in 10 CFR part 851 to comply with OSHA's there may be confusion among DOE and DOE contractors regarding which standard would apply at DOE sites.
The technical amendment clarifies that it is DOE's intent to only apply OSHA's PEL for beryllium, and that DOE and DOE contractors would not be subject to any other beryllium-specific OSHA requirements, including the ancillary provisions OSHA has recently proposed to add to its health standard ( exposure assessment, personal protective clothing and equipment, medical surveillance, medical removal, training, and regulated areas or access control).
OMB has directed agencies to adopt the uniform guidance in part 200 without change, except to the extent that an agency can demonstrate that any conflicting agency requirements are required by statute or regulations, or consistent with longstanding practice and approved by OMB. Generally, those agencies that are subject to the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) are required to delay the effective date of their final regulations by 30 days after publication, as required under 5 U. The public has had significant time to prepare for the promulgation of these interim final regulations.
Finally, OMB made clear that the requirements in 2 CFR part 200, including the audit requirements in subpart F, will apply, starting on December 26, 2014, which gave recipients of all types of financial assistance advance notice of when the regulations would become effective. Second, while these interim final regulations are based on a new, more effective method for establishing government-wide requirements, the substance of the regulations are, in most cases, virtually identical to the requirements that exist in current agency regulations.