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Federal Program Change Summary Report
Enforcement Guidance for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in General Industry

Federal Directive Number: CPL-02-01-050

Date of Directive: February 10, 2011

This instruction is a Federal program change which provides guidance for the enforcement of standards applicable to personal protective equipment (PPE) in general industry, including guidance on payment for PPE.

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Intention Required

State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Adoption Date URL or Contact
AK YES YES 04/01/2011 N/A
AZ YES YES 05/15/2011 N/A
CT+ YES YES 04/15/2011 N/A
HI YES YES 09/26/2011 N/A
IA YES YES 04/15/2011 N/A
IL+ YES YES 06/30/2011 N/A
IN YES YES Pending N/A
KY YES NO 05/01/2011 Identical with the exception of exception of paragraph XI.A.4.c
MD YES YES Pending N/A
MI YES YES 08/03/2011 N/A
NC YES YES 04/11/2011 N/A
NJ+ YES YES 09/15/2011 N/A
NM YES YES 02/16/2011 N/A
NV YES YES 03/01/2011 N/A
NY+ YES YES 03/03/2011 N/A
OR YES NO 08/09/2011 Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division Department of Consumer and Business Services (PDF*)
PR YES NO 05/23/2011 Gladys Cruz-Mercado, (787) 756-1101
SC YES YES 07/01/2011 N/A
TN YES YES 04/10/2011 N/A
UT YES YES 07/01/2011 N/A
VA YES YES 01/12/2012 N/A
VT YES YES 06/01/2011 N/A
WA YES NO 07/20/2011 Personal Protective Equipment (PDF*)
WY YES YES 10/01/2011 N/A
Total 24 20

+Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: March 13, 2012]

*Accessibility Assistance: Contact OSHA's Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs at (202) 693-2200 for assistance accessing PDF materials.

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