(4) Development of proposed operating plans and agreements. The owner and operator may develop a proposed operating plan or agreement themselves or in agreement with the authorized agent. 1. The owner or operator has applied to the agent for leave within the time frame set out in the approved operating plan or in the approved agreement; (D) the owner or operator may continue to implement the approved operating plan or approved agreement, as long as it has no direct and negative impact on the terms of the amendment; and (ii) Notwithstanding paragraph (2) of this section, strict liability in the event of an unlawful act for damages or damages resulting from activities carried out by an owner or operator under an approved agreement must not exceed US$500,000 per incident for a period of ten years as of March 23, 2018. (vi) types of activities carried out under the operating plan or agreement, which require prior written authorization from the agent in accordance with 36 CFR 251.61, including the construction, reconstruction and routine maintenance of the covered line; non-emergency vegetation management construction of roads and lanes and reconstruction to support the covered line; In addition, the grading technique allows the vegetation manager to better determine the specific reasons for power fluctuations. For example, an incorrect herbicide recipe cannot adequately control the mix of species or the size of the target vegetation. If there has been no species change or other location conditions, this could mean that the applicator had a mixing/mixing or spraying problem. Both can be corrected by a serious contractor. In accordance with Section 512 (b), proposed paragraph h(10) would require forest services to develop and update guidelines on a regular basis to ensure that operating plans and agreements for power line licences are developed, approved and implemented accordingly.
The proposed paragaph (h) (10) would require that guidelines: v) identify best vegetation management practices, wood labelling procedures and road and trail standards, and best management practices; (6) review and approval of proposed operating plans and agreements. Proposed operating plans and agreements must be submitted in writing to the agent for verification and approval prior to implementation. The proposed operating plans and arrangements are reviewed and approved in accordance with procedures jointly developed by the Forest Service and the U.S. Department of the Interior, the Bureau of Land Management. These procedures must comply with applicable law and set deadlines for: the operating plan or agreement for an electrical transmission or distribution facility, a plan or agreement drawn up by the owner or operator of an electrical transmission or distribution facility; approved by the plenipotentiary and added, by reference, the Special Use Authorization, which provides for a long-term, low-cost, efficient and timely inspection, the operation, maintenance and management of vegetation of the transmission and electrical distribution facility within priority areas and access to the national forest system, including the management of risky trees, in order to improve electrical reliability, promote public safety and avoid fire hazards.