Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.: Grant of Expansion of Recognition, 88705-88707 [2016-29437]

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[FR Doc. 2016–29397 Filed 12–7–16; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4410–15–P DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Occupational Safety and Health Administration [Docket No. OSHA–2009–0025] Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.: Grant of Expansion of Recognition Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Labor. ACTION: Notice. AGENCY: In this notice, OSHA announces its final decision to expand the scope of recognition for Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., as a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL). SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00049 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 88705 The expansion of the scope of recognition becomes effective on December 8, 2016. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Information regarding this notice is available from the following sources: Press inquiries: Contact Mr. Frank Meilinger, Director, OSHA Office of Communications, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room N–3647, Washington, DC 20210; telephone: (202) 693–1999; email: meilinger.francis2@dol.gov. General and technical information: Contact Mr. Kevin Robinson, Director, Office of Technical Programs and Coordination Activities, Directorate of Technical Support and Emergency Management, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room N–3655, Washington, DC 20210; telephone: (202) 693–2110; email: robinson.kevin@dol.gov. OSHA’s Web page includes information about the NRTL Program (see http:// www.osha.gov/dts/otpca/nrtl/ index.html). DATES: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: I. Notice of Final Decision OSHA hereby gives notice of the expansion of the scope of recognition of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL), as an NRTL. UL’s expansion covers the addition of twenty-five test standards to its scope of recognition. OSHA recognition of an NRTL signifies that the organization meets the requirements specified by 29 CFR 1910.7. Recognition is an acknowledgment that the organization can perform independent safety testing and certification of the specific products covered within its scope of recognition and is not a delegation or grant of government authority. As a result of recognition, employers may use products properly approved by the NRTL to meet OSHA standards that require testing and certification of the products. The Agency processes applications by an NRTL for initial recognition, or for expansion or renewal of this recognition, following requirements in Appendix A to 29 CFR 1910.7. This appendix requires that the Agency publish two notices in the Federal Register in processing an application. In the first notice, OSHA announces the application and provides its preliminary finding and, in the second notice, the Agency provides its final decision on the application. These notices set forth the NRTL’s scope of recognition or modifications of that scope. OSHA maintains an informational Web page E:\FR\FM\08DEN1.SGM 08DEN1 88706 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 236 / Thursday, December 8, 2016 / Notices September 14, 2016 (81 FR 63229). The Agency requested comments by September 29, 2016, but it received no comments in response to this notice. OSHA now is proceeding with this final notice to grant expansion of UL’s scope of recognition. To obtain or review copies of all public documents pertaining to the UL’s application, go to www.regulations.gov or contact the Docket Office, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room N–2625, Washington, DC 20210. Docket No. OSHA–2009–0025 contains all materials in the record concerning UL’s recognition. for each NRTL that details its scope of recognition. These pages are available from the Agency’s Web site at http:// www.osha.gov/dts/otpca/nrtl/ index.html. UL submitted an application, dated June 30, 2015, (OSHA–2009–0025– 0017) to expand its recognition to include twenty-five additional test standards. OSHA staff performed a detailed analysis of the application packet and reviewed other pertinent information. OSHA performed an onsite review in relation to this application on April 4–5, 2016. OSHA published the preliminary notice announcing UL’s expansion application in the Federal Register on II. Final Decision and Order OSHA staff examined UL’s expansion application, its capability to meet the requirements of the test standards, and other pertinent information. Based on its review of this evidence, OSHA finds that UL meets the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.7 for expansion of its recognition, subject to the conditions listed below. OSHA, therefore, is proceeding with this final notice to grant UL’s scope of recognition. OSHA limits the expansion of UL’s recognition to testing and certification of products for demonstration of conformance to the test standards listed in Table 1 below. TABLE 1—LIST APPROPRIATE TEST STANDARDS FOR INCLUSION IN UL’S NRTL SCOPE OF RECOGNITION Test standard ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA 60079–0 ................ 60079–1 ................ 60079–2 ................ 60079–5 ................ 60079–6 ................ 60079–7 ................ 60079–11 .............. 60079–15 .............. 60079–18 .............. 60079–26 .............. 60079–28 .............. ISA 60079–31 .............. ISA 61241–0 ................ ISA 61241–1 ................ ISA 61241–2 ................ ISA 61241–11 .............. ISA 61241–18 .............. sradovich on DSK3GMQ082PROD with NOTICES ANSI/UL ANSI/UL ANSI/UL ANSI/UL ANSI/UL ANSI/UL ANSI/UL ANSI/UL 60079–0 ........ 60079–1 ........ 60079–5 ........ 60079–6 ........ 60079–7 ........ 60079–11 ...... 60079–15 ...... 60079–18 ...... Test standard title Explosive Atmospheres—Part 0: Equipment—General Requirements. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 1: Equipment Protection by Flameproof Enclosures ‘‘d’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 2: Equipment Protection by Flameproof Enclosures ‘‘p’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 5: Equipment Protection by Powder Filling ‘‘q’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 6: Equipment Protection by Oil Immersion ‘‘o’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 7: Equipment Protection by Increased Safety ‘‘e’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 11: Equipment Protection by Intrinsic Safety ‘‘i’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 15: Equipment Protection by Type of Protection ‘‘n’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 18: Equipment Protection by Encapsulation ‘‘m’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 26: Equipment for Use in Class I, Zone 0 Hazardous (Classified) Locations. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 28: Protection of Equipment and Transmission Systems Using Optical Radiation, Edition 1.1. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 31: Equipment Dust Ignition Protection by Enclosure ‘‘t’’. Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone 20, Zone 21 and Zone 22 Hazardous (Classified) Locations—General Requirements. Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone 21 and Zone 22 Hazardous (Classified) Locations—Protection by Enclosures ‘‘tD’’. Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone 21 and Zone 22 Hazardous (Classified) Locations—Protection by Pressurization ‘‘pD’’. Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone 20, Zone 21 and Zone 22 Hazardous (Classified) Locations—Protection by Intrinsic Safety ‘‘iD’’. Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone 20, Zone 21 and Zone 22 Hazardous (Classified) Locations—Protection by Encapsulation ‘‘mD’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 0: Equipment—General Requirements. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 1: Equipment Protection by Flameproof Enclosures ‘‘d’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 5: Equipment Protection by Powder Filling ‘‘q’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 6: Equipment Protection by Oil Immersion ‘‘o’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 7: Equipment Protection by Increased Safety ‘‘o’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 11: Equipment Protection by Intrinsic Safety ‘‘i’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 15: Equipment Protection by Type of Protection ‘‘n’’. Explosive Atmospheres—Part 18: Equipment Protection by Encapsulation ‘‘m’’. OSHA’s recognition of any NRTL for a particular test standard is limited to equipment or materials for which OSHA standards require third-party testing and certification before using them in the workplace. Consequently, if a test standard also covers any products for which OSHA does not require such testing and certification, an NRTL’s scope of recognition does not include these products. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) may approve the test standards listed above as American National Standards. However, for VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:28 Dec 07, 2016 Jkt 241001 convenience, we may use the designation of the standards-developing organization for the standard as opposed to the ANSI designation. Under the NRTL Program’s policy (see OSHA Instruction CPL 1–0.3, Appendix C, paragraph XIV), any NRTL recognized for a particular test standard may use either the proprietary version of the test standard or the ANSI version of that standard. Contact ANSI to determine whether a test standard is currently ANSI-approved. PO 00000 Frm 00050 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 A. Conditions In addition to those conditions already required by 29 CFR 1910.7, UL must abide by the following conditions of the recognition: 1. UL must inform OSHA as soon as possible, in writing, of any change of ownership, facilities, or key personnel, and of any major change in its operations as an NRTL, and provide details of the change(s); 2. UL must meet all the terms of its recognition and comply with all OSHA policies pertaining to this recognition; and E:\FR\FM\08DEN1.SGM 08DEN1 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 236 / Thursday, December 8, 2016 / Notices 3. UL must continue to meet the requirements for recognition, including all previously published conditions on UL’s scope of recognition, in all areas for which it has recognition. Pursuant to the authority in 29 CFR 1910.7, OSHA hereby expands the scope of recognition of UL, subject to the limitation and conditions specified above. III. Authority and Signature David Michaels, Ph.D., MPH, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210, authorized the preparation of this notice. Accordingly, the Agency is issuing this notice pursuant to 29 U.S.C. 657(g)(2), Secretary of Labor’s Order No. 1–2012 (77 FR 3912, Jan. 25, 2012), and 29 CFR 1910.7. Signed at Washington, DC, on December 2, 2016. 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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

[Docket No. OSHA-2009-0025]


Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.: Grant of Expansion of 
Recognition

AGENCY: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Labor.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: In this notice, OSHA announces its final decision to expand 
the scope of recognition for Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., as a 
Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL).

DATES: The expansion of the scope of recognition becomes effective on 
December 8, 2016.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Information regarding this notice is 
available from the following sources:
    Press inquiries: Contact Mr. Frank Meilinger, Director, OSHA Office 
of Communications, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue 
NW., Room N-3647, Washington, DC 20210; telephone: (202) 693-1999; 
email: meilinger.francis2@dol.gov.
    General and technical information: Contact Mr. Kevin Robinson, 
Director, Office of Technical Programs and Coordination Activities, 
Directorate of Technical Support and Emergency Management, Occupational 
Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 
Constitution Avenue NW., Room N-3655, Washington, DC 20210; telephone: 
(202) 693-2110; email: robinson.kevin@dol.gov. OSHA's Web page includes 
information about the NRTL Program (see http://www.osha.gov/dts/otpca/nrtl/index.html).

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

I. Notice of Final Decision

    OSHA hereby gives notice of the expansion of the scope of 
recognition of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL), as an NRTL. UL's 
expansion covers the addition of twenty-five test standards to its 
scope of recognition.
    OSHA recognition of an NRTL signifies that the organization meets 
the requirements specified by 29 CFR 1910.7. Recognition is an 
acknowledgment that the organization can perform independent safety 
testing and certification of the specific products covered within its 
scope of recognition and is not a delegation or grant of government 
authority. As a result of recognition, employers may use products 
properly approved by the NRTL to meet OSHA standards that require 
testing and certification of the products.
    The Agency processes applications by an NRTL for initial 
recognition, or for expansion or renewal of this recognition, following 
requirements in Appendix A to 29 CFR 1910.7. This appendix requires 
that the Agency publish two notices in the Federal Register in 
processing an application. In the first notice, OSHA announces the 
application and provides its preliminary finding and, in the second 
notice, the Agency provides its final decision on the application. 
These notices set forth the NRTL's scope of recognition or 
modifications of that scope. OSHA maintains an informational Web page

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for each NRTL that details its scope of recognition. These pages are 
available from the Agency's Web site at http://www.osha.gov/dts/otpca/nrtl/index.html.
    UL submitted an application, dated June 30, 2015, (OSHA-2009-0025-
0017) to expand its recognition to include twenty-five additional test 
standards. OSHA staff performed a detailed analysis of the application 
packet and reviewed other pertinent information. OSHA performed an on-
site review in relation to this application on April 4-5, 2016.
    OSHA published the preliminary notice announcing UL's expansion 
application in the Federal Register on September 14, 2016 (81 FR 
63229). The Agency requested comments by September 29, 2016, but it 
received no comments in response to this notice. OSHA now is proceeding 
with this final notice to grant expansion of UL's scope of recognition.
    To obtain or review copies of all public documents pertaining to 
the UL's application, go to www.regulations.gov or contact the Docket 
Office, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department 
of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room N-2625, Washington, DC 
20210. Docket No. OSHA-2009-0025 contains all materials in the record 
concerning UL's recognition.

II. Final Decision and Order

    OSHA staff examined UL's expansion application, its capability to 
meet the requirements of the test standards, and other pertinent 
information. Based on its review of this evidence, OSHA finds that UL 
meets the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.7 for expansion of its 
recognition, subject to the conditions listed below. OSHA, therefore, 
is proceeding with this final notice to grant UL's scope of 
recognition. OSHA limits the expansion of UL's recognition to testing 
and certification of products for demonstration of conformance to the 
test standards listed in Table 1 below.

   Table 1--List Appropriate Test Standards for Inclusion in UL's NRTL
                          Scope of Recognition
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           Test standard                     Test standard title
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ISA 60079-0.......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 0:
                                     Equipment--General Requirements.
ISA 60079-1.......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 1:
                                     Equipment Protection by Flameproof
                                     Enclosures ``d''.
ISA 60079-2.......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 2:
                                     Equipment Protection by Flameproof
                                     Enclosures ``p''.
ISA 60079-5.......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 5:
                                     Equipment Protection by Powder
                                     Filling ``q''.
ISA 60079-6.......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 6:
                                     Equipment Protection by Oil
                                     Immersion ``o''.
ISA 60079-7.......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 7:
                                     Equipment Protection by Increased
                                     Safety ``e''.
ISA 60079-11......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 11:
                                     Equipment Protection by Intrinsic
                                     Safety ``i''.
ISA 60079-15......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 15:
                                     Equipment Protection by Type of
                                     Protection ``n''.
ISA 60079-18......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 18:
                                     Equipment Protection by
                                     Encapsulation ``m''.
ISA 60079-26......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 26:
                                     Equipment for Use in Class I, Zone
                                     0 Hazardous (Classified) Locations.
ISA 60079-28......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 28:
                                     Protection of Equipment and
                                     Transmission Systems Using Optical
                                     Radiation, Edition 1.1.
ISA 60079-31......................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 31:
                                     Equipment Dust Ignition Protection
                                     by Enclosure ``t''.
ISA 61241-0.......................  Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone
                                     20, Zone 21 and Zone 22 Hazardous
                                     (Classified) Locations--General
                                     Requirements.
ISA 61241-1.......................  Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone
                                     21 and Zone 22 Hazardous
                                     (Classified) Locations--Protection
                                     by Enclosures ``tD''.
ISA 61241-2.......................  Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone
                                     21 and Zone 22 Hazardous
                                     (Classified) Locations--Protection
                                     by Pressurization ``pD''.
ISA 61241-11......................  Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone
                                     20, Zone 21 and Zone 22 Hazardous
                                     (Classified) Locations--Protection
                                     by Intrinsic Safety ``iD''.
ISA 61241-18......................  Electrical Apparatus for Use in Zone
                                     20, Zone 21 and Zone 22 Hazardous
                                     (Classified) Locations--Protection
                                     by Encapsulation ``mD''.
ANSI/UL 60079-0...................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 0:
                                     Equipment--General Requirements.
ANSI/UL 60079-1...................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 1:
                                     Equipment Protection by Flameproof
                                     Enclosures ``d''.
ANSI/UL 60079-5...................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 5:
                                     Equipment Protection by Powder
                                     Filling ``q''.
ANSI/UL 60079-6...................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 6:
                                     Equipment Protection by Oil
                                     Immersion ``o''.
ANSI/UL 60079-7...................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 7:
                                     Equipment Protection by Increased
                                     Safety ``o''.
ANSI/UL 60079-11..................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 11:
                                     Equipment Protection by Intrinsic
                                     Safety ``i''.
ANSI/UL 60079-15..................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 15:
                                     Equipment Protection by Type of
                                     Protection ``n''.
ANSI/UL 60079-18..................  Explosive Atmospheres--Part 18:
                                     Equipment Protection by
                                     Encapsulation ``m''.
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OSHA's recognition of any NRTL for a particular test standard is 
limited to equipment or materials for which OSHA standards require 
third-party testing and certification before using them in the 
workplace. Consequently, if a test standard also covers any products 
for which OSHA does not require such testing and certification, an 
NRTL's scope of recognition does not include these products.
    The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) may approve the 
test standards listed above as American National Standards. However, 
for convenience, we may use the designation of the standards-developing 
organization for the standard as opposed to the ANSI designation. Under 
the NRTL Program's policy (see OSHA Instruction CPL 1-0.3, Appendix C, 
paragraph XIV), any NRTL recognized for a particular test standard may 
use either the proprietary version of the test standard or the ANSI 
version of that standard. Contact ANSI to determine whether a test 
standard is currently ANSI-approved.

A. Conditions

    In addition to those conditions already required by 29 CFR 1910.7, 
UL must abide by the following conditions of the recognition:
    1. UL must inform OSHA as soon as possible, in writing, of any 
change of ownership, facilities, or key personnel, and of any major 
change in its operations as an NRTL, and provide details of the 
change(s);
    2. UL must meet all the terms of its recognition and comply with 
all OSHA policies pertaining to this recognition; and

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    3. UL must continue to meet the requirements for recognition, 
including all previously published conditions on UL's scope of 
recognition, in all areas for which it has recognition.
    Pursuant to the authority in 29 CFR 1910.7, OSHA hereby expands the 
scope of recognition of UL, subject to the limitation and conditions 
specified above.

III. Authority and Signature

    David Michaels, Ph.D., MPH, Assistant Secretary of Labor for 
Occupational Safety and Health, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., 
Washington, DC 20210, authorized the preparation of this notice. 
Accordingly, the Agency is issuing this notice pursuant to 29 U.S.C. 
657(g)(2), Secretary of Labor's Order No. 1-2012 (77 FR 3912, Jan. 25, 
2012), and 29 CFR 1910.7.

    Signed at Washington, DC, on December 2, 2016.
David Michaels,
Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health.
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