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Chapter 3.3. Occupational Safety and Health Appeals Board
Article 1.5. Service of Documents and Duty to Notify Others of Appeal and Hearing

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§355.1. Official Address Record.

(a) The Appeals Board shall maintain in each proceeding an official address record, which shall contain the following information provided by each party, intervenor, and obligor:
(1) The name, postal address, and email address, if any, of each party, intervenor, or obligor;
(2) The name, postal address, and email address, if any, of each party, intervenor, or obligor's representative; and
(3) An election by each party, intervenor, and obligor of the method of service each party, intervenor, obligor, or representative shall receive from the Appeals Board pursuant to Section 355.2, subsection (a).
(b) Any change or substitution in the name, postal address, or email address of any party, intervenor, obligor, or its representative must be communicated to the Appeals Board in Sacramento in writing as soon as practicable after the change is known, but in no case more than 30 days after the change is known to the party, intervenor, obligor, or its representative. The written communication must also be served on all other parties, intervenors, obligors, and their representatives.
(c) Failure to communicate changes or substitutions promptly in writing by the employer may result in dismissal of the appeal, or loss of party or intervenor status, if the Appeals Board is unable to effectively communicate with the employer, party, or intervenor.
Note: Authority cited: Section 148.7, Labor Code. Reference: Sections 148.7, 149.5 and 6610, Labor Code.
1. New section filed 8-2-2016; operative 10-1-2016 (Register 2016, No. 32). For prior history, see Register 99, No. 34.

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