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National Emphasis Program - Facilities that Manufacture Food Flavorings Containing Diacetyl


Federal Directive Number: CPL 03-00-011

Date of Directive: October 30, 2009

This Instruction describes policies and procedures for implementing a National Emphasis Program (NEP) to identify and reduce or eliminate hazards associated with exposures to flavoring chemicals in facilities that manufacture food flavorings containing diacetyl.

Adoption Encouraged

Intention Required

State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Adoption Date Link or Contact
AK No NA NA NA
AZ No NA NA NA
CA No NA NA Flavor Industry Safety and Health Evaluation Program, Michael Horowitz, (510) 286-7000
CT+ No NA NA NA
HI No NA NA NA
IA No NA NA NA
IN Yes Yes 11/29/2009 NA
KY No NA NA NA
MD Yes Yes 05/03/2010 NA
MI Yes Yes 01/30/2010 NA
MN Yes Yes Pending NA
NC Yes Yes 02/04/2010 NA
NJ+ No NA NA NA
NM No NA NA NA
NV No NA NA NA
NY+ No NA NA NA
OR Yes No 03/23/2010 OREGON OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AND BUSINESS SERVICES PROGRAM DIRECTIVE (PDF*)
PR No NA NA NA
SC Yes Yes 02/01/2010 NA
TN Yes Yes 01/01/2010 NA
UT No NA NA NA
VA Yes Yes 03/15/2010 NA
VI+ Yes Yes Pending NA
VT No NA NA NA
WA No NA NA NA
WY No NA NA NA
Total 10 9

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: July 21, 2010]


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