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Chapter 3.2. California Occupational Safety and Health Regulations (CAL/OSHA)
Article 1.6. Adjudicative Hearings--General Rules of Practice and Procedure--Denial, Suspension or Revocation of Permits, Licenses, Certifications, Registrations or Other Authorizations and Orders Prohibiting Use, Issued by the Division of Occupational Safety and Health

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§340.46. Service of Process.

(a) Unless otherwise required, service may be made by personal delivery or by depositing the documents in a post office, mailbox or mail chute, or other like facility regularly maintained by the United States Postal Service, sealed, properly addressed, with first-class postage prepaid.

(b) Service is complete at the time of the personal delivery or mailing.

(c) Proof of service shall be filed with the document and may be made by any of the following means:

(1) Affidavit or declaration of service by personal delivery or mail;

(2) Written statement endorsed upon the document served and signed by the party making the statement; or

(3) Letter of transmittal.

(d) Facsimile (fax) machines may be used to serve and file documents under the following conditions:

(1) The length of the document to be filed and/or served shall be no more than twelve (12) pages including cover page and attachments.

(2) A copy sheet shall be attached containing the number of pages transmitted, the fax number of the sender, the sender's telephone number, and the name of the contact person.

(3) If a document is filed by fax, all parties shall be served in the same manner or by guaranteed overnight delivery. The fax transmission shall include a proof of service indicating the method of service on each party, and

(4) No later than 24 hours after transmission, the sending party shall file and serve on all parties the original of any faxed document as set forth in this section.

(e) For facsimile service and filing of documents, a document is considered received on the following working day if transmission begins later than 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.

NOTE

Authority cited: Sections 60.5 and 6308, Labor Code; and Section 11400.20, Government Code. Reference: Sections 60.5 and 6308, Labor Code; and Section 11400.20, Government Code.

HISTORY

1. New section filed 8-26-2002; operative 9-25-2002 (Register 2002, No. 35).

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