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Title 30Chapter ISubchapter G → Part 42


Title 30: Mineral Resources


PART 42—NATIONAL MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY ACADEMY


Contents

Subpart A [Reserved]

Subpart B—Tuition Fees

§42.10   Tuition fees.
§42.20   Schedule of fees.
§42.30   Procedure for payment.
§42.40   Refunds.

Subpart C—Room and Board

§42.50   Charges for room and board.

Authority: 30 U.S.C. 957.

Source: 50 FR 11643, Mar. 22, 1985, unless otherwise noted. Redesignated at 67 FR 42382, June 21, 2002.

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Subpart A [Reserved]

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Subpart B—Tuition Fees

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§42.10   Tuition fees.

The National Mine Health and Safety Academy, located in Beckley, West Virginia, will charge tuition fees to all persons attending Academy courses, except employees of Federal, State, or local governments, persons attending the Academy under a program supported through an MSHA State grant, and persons performing a direct service. Also, subject to available resources, MSHA may waive all or part of fees for students, or persons employed by a non-profit organization, who are invited by MSHA to attend an Academy course which would, in the Agency's judgment, contribute to improved conduct, supervision, or management of a function or activity under the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 or a function related to an MSHA appropriation. requests for waivers must be in writing.

[62 FR 60985, Nov. 13, 1997]

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§42.20   Schedule of fees.

(a) Tuition fees will be computed on the basis of the cost to the Government for the Academy to conduct the course, as determined by the Superintendent of the Academy.

(b) The tuition fee for each course will be stated in the course announcement and will be reassessed on an annual basis.

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§42.30   Procedure for payment.

When notified of acceptance for a course by the Academy, applicants shall submit a check or money order to the Academy, payable to the “Mine Safety and Health Administration” in the amount indicated by the course announcement prior to the commencement of the course.

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§42.40   Refunds.

An applicant may withdraw an application and receive a full refund of tuition fees provided that written notification to the Academy's Student Services Branch is mailed no later than 14 days before the course begins.

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Subpart C—Room and Board

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§42.50   Charges for room and board.

The Academy will charge room and board to all persons staying at the Academy, except MSHA personnel, persons attending the Academy under a program supported through an MSHA State grant, and persons performing a direct service. Also, subject to available resources, MSHA may waive all or part of fees for students, or persons employed by a non-profit organization, who are invited by MSHA to attend an MSHA-sponsored training or meeting which would, in the Agency's judgment, contribute to improved conduct, supervision, or management of a function or activity under the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 or a function related to an MSHA appropriation. Requests for waivers must be in writing. Charges for room and board will be based upon the average cost per person of the lodging, meals, and services provided and will be reassessed on an annual basis.

[62 FR 60985, Nov. 13, 1997]

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