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TITLE 15—Commerce and Foreign Trade

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO COMMERCE AND FOREIGN TRADE

CHAPTER II—NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

SUBCHAPTER G—NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION SAFETY TEAMS

PART 270—NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION SAFETY TEAMS

rule

Subpart A—GENERAL

§270.1
Description of rule; purpose; applicability.
§270.2
Definitions used in this part.
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Subpart B—ESTABLISHMENT AND DEPLOYMENT OF TEAMS

§270.100
General.
§270.101
Preliminary reconnaissance.
§270.102
Conditions for establishment and deployment of a Team.
§270.103
Publication in the Federal Register.
§270.104
Size and composition of a Team.
§270.105
Duties of a Team.
§270.106
Conflicts of interest related to service on a Team.
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Subpart C—INVESTIGATIONS

§270.200
Technical conduct of investigation.
§270.201
Priority of investigation.
§270.202
Coordination with search and rescue efforts.
§270.203
Coordination with Federal, State, and local entities.
§270.204
Provision of additional resources and services needed by a Team.
§270.205
Reports.
§270.206
Public briefings and requests for information.
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Subpart D—COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION OF EVIDENCE; INFORMATION CREATED PURSUANT TO AN INVESTIGATION; AND PROTECTION OF INFORMATION

§270.300
Scope.
§270.301
Policy.

Collection of Evidence

§270.310
Evidence collected by investigation participants who are not NIST employees.
§270.311
Collection of evidence.
§270.312
Voluntary submission of evidence.
§270.313
Requests for evidence.
§270.314
Negotiations.
§270.315
Subpoenas.
§270.316
Public hearings.

Entry and Inspection

§270.320
Entry and inspection of site where a building failure has occurred.
§270.321
Entry and inspection of property where building components, materials, artifacts, and records with respect to a building failure are located.
§270.322
Voluntary permission to enter and inspect property where building components, materials, artifacts, and records with respect to a building failure are located.
§270.323
Requests for permission to enter and inspect property where building components, materials, artifacts, and records with respect to a building failure are located.
§270.324
Negotiations.
§270.325
Notice of authority to enter and inspect property where building components, materials, artifacts, and records with respect to a building failure are located.

Preservation of Evidence

§270.330
Moving and preserving evidence.

Information Created Pursuant to an Investigation

§270.340
Information created by investigation participants who are not NIST employees.

Protection of Information

§270.350
Freedom of Information Act.
§270.351
Protection of voluntarily submitted information.
§270.352
Public safety information.


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