Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Federal Program Change Summary Report
Occupational Injury and Illness Recording and Reporting Requirements

Federal Program Change Summary Report
Occupational Injury and Illness Recording and Reporting Requirements

Federal CFR: 1904

FR Standard Date: September 18, 2014

Adoption Required

Intention Required

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State Plan Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Effective Date URL or Contact
* Plan covers state and local government workers only.
**Awaiting response from State Plan.
AK Yes No 05/01/2016 Alaska Statutes 2014 - Sec. 18.60.058. Reporting of injuries and illnesses
AZ Yes Yes 01/15/2016 Not Applicable
CA Yes No ** California's Employer Records of Occupational Injury and Illness
CT* Yes No 01/01/2015 Connecticut Department of Labor - Occupational Safety and Health Standards
HI Yes No ** **
IA Yes Yes 01/14/2015 Not Applicable
IL* Yes Yes 10/15/2015 Not Applicable
IN Yes Yes 03/01/2015 Not Applicable
KY Yes No 01/01/2016 Chuck Stribling, CSP, OSH Federal-State Coordinator
MD Yes No 01/01/2016 **
MI Yes Yes 09/01/2015 Not Applicable
MN Yes No 10/01/2015 5205.0010 - Minnesota Administrative Rules
NC Yes Yes 01/01/2015 Not Applicable
NJ* Yes No 01/05/2015 Public Employees Occupational Safety and Health Act - 12:110-5.1 Scope of subchapter
NM Yes Yes 01/01/2016 Not Applicable
NV Yes No 10/01/2017 **
NY* Yes No 10/16/2015 Recording and Reporting Public Employees' Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (PDF)
OR Yes No 01/01/2016 **
PR Yes No 01/01/2016 **
SC Yes Yes 06/26/2015 Not Applicable
TN Yes Yes 02/24/2015 Not Applicable
UT No No N/A R614-1-8. Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
VA Yes Yes 09/15/2015 Not Applicable
VI* Yes No 09/30/2015 Dean Andrews, Director, VIDOSH
VT Yes Yes 09/09/2015 Not Applicable
WA Yes No 07/01/2015 Recordkeeping and Reporting
WY Yes Yes 09/11/2015 Not Applicable

[Last updated: September 28, 2015]

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