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You may have heard of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) or the Hazardous Materials Transportation Uniform Safety Act.
The CFR is organized into 50 titles according to broad subject matter categories, such as: Labor (29), Environment (40), and Transportation (49).
These three titles, especially, should be familiar to manufacturing and transportation-related businesses in the US, as they are the source for most of the regulatory compliance issues they face.
Finding the exact regulatory citation you need can be a challenge.
It can be even harder if you don’t know the structure of the CFR and how the regulations are arranged. A comforting fact is that except for titles 3, 41, & 48 the CFR has a uniform numbering system, so what you learn here should apply in most cases.
Here, in descending order, is the organizational system of the CFR.
Title – as mentioned above, this represents a broad subject area of regulations.Title 40 of the CFR – or 40 CFR – contains all of the regulations of the US EPA.49 CFR, the regulations of the Department of Transportation, and so on.Subtitle – if used at all – title 40 doesn’t – separates the administrative rules of the agency itself (usually in Subtitle A) from the regulations it is responsible for (usually in Subtitle B).Chapter – contains the rules of the issuing agency and usually bears its name (ie.the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Department of Transportation).Subchapter – a further refinement of the chapter, if necessary.Part – contains rules on a single program or function. It typically contains one provision of program/function rules.Subpart – a further refinement of the part, if necessary. A section may contain up to six – yeah, that’s right, six – levels of paragraphs depending on the complexity of the regulations.It gives me some comfort to know that the agencies arerecommended to use no more than three levels of paragraphs in one section.The six levels of paragraphs in a section would look like this.