Federal Directive Number: STD-03-11-002
Date of Directive: December 16, 2010
This Instruction rescinds OSHA Instruction STD 03-00-001, interim enforcement policy on fall protection for certain residential construction activities, and replaces it with new compliance guidance.
|State||Intent to Adopt||Adopt Identical||Adoption Date||Link or Contact|
|CA||NO||N/A||N/A||State did not adopt STD 03-00-001.|
|IL+||NO||N/A||N/A||State did not adopt STD 03-00-001.|
|KY||NO||N/A||N/A||State did not adopt STD 03-00-001.|
|MI||NO||N/A||N/A||State did not adopt STD 03-00-001.|
|NC||NO||N/A||N/A||State did not adopt STD 03-00-001.|
|OR||NO||N/A||N/A||State did not adopt STD 03-00-001.|
|PR||YES||NO||04/13/2011||PROSHA, (787) 754-2119|
|SC||YES||NO||Pending||Gwendolyn M. Thomas, Technical Support Coordinator|
|UT||NO||N/A||N/A||State did not adopt STD 03-00-001.|
|VI+||NO||N/A||N/A||State did not adopt STD 03-00-001.|
|WA||NO||N/A||N/A||State did not adopt STD 03-00-001.|
+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.
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