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Cranes and Derricks in Construction - Final Rule

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Federal CFR: 1926, Subpart CC

Date of Promulgation: August 9, 2010

Adoption Required
Intention Required
State Intent Adopt Identical Promulgation Date Effective Date URL or Contact
AK Yes Yes 08/19/2010 11/08/2010 NA
AZ Yes Yes 06/13/2011 06/13/2011 NA
CA Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
CT+ Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
HI Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
IA Yes Yes 11/17/2010 12/22/2010 Pending
IL+ Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
IN Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
KY Yes Yes 08/24/2010 01/03/2011 NA
MD Yes No 12/28/2009 04/06/2009 Maryland's Crane Safety Regulations
MI Yes No 12/27/2000 01/04/2001 Department of Labor & Economic Growth Director's Office Construction Safety Hazards (PDF*)
MN Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
NC Yes Yes 11/08/2010 11/08/2010 NA
NJ+ Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
NM Yes Yes 11/08/2010 11/08/2010 NA
NV Yes Yes 11/08/2010 01/18/2010 NA
NY+ Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
OR Yes No 02/10/2011 02/10/2011 Ron Haverkost, 503-947-7421
PR Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
SC Yes Yes 12/01/2011 01/28/2011 NA
TN Yes Yes 01/01/2011 01/01/2011 NA
UT Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
VA Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
VI+ Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
VT Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
WA Yes No 01/01/2010 01/01/2010 Construction crane safety - Definitions
WY Yes Yes 02/16/2011 02/16/2011 NA
Total 27 23

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: September 25, 2012]


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