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Inspection Scheduling for Construction

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Federal Directive Number: CPL 02-00-141

Date of Directive: July 14, 2006

This Instruction implements OSHA's programmed inspection plan for the construction industry. This program does not include general industry or maritime worksites.

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State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Date Adopted URL or Contact
AK Yes No 06/26/2007 AKOSH Construction Worksite Targeting Procedures Plan. AKOSH Program Directive 07-06 (2006, December 13), available as a (PDF*).
AZ Yes Yes 09/22/2006 NA
CA No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
CT+ No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
HI No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
IA Yes No 08/25/2006 Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Enforcement
IN Yes Yes 12/01/2007 NA
KY No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
MD Yes No 07/05/2006 Keith Davis, MOSH Compliance Office Manager
Phone: (410) 819-5860
MI Yes No Revisions Pending Robert Pawlowski, MIOSHA
Phone: (517) 322-1856
MN No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
NC Yes Yes 07/14/2006 NA
NJ+ No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
NM Yes Yes 07/14/2006 NA
NV No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
NY+ No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
OR Yes No 10/01/2006 Inspection Criteria: Scheduling Lists for Safety and Health Inspections. Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division, Program Directive A-244 (2006, October 01), available as a (PDF*).
PR No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
SC No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
TN Yes Yes 10/01/2006 NA
UT No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
VA Yes Yes 07/01/2007 NA
VI+ No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
VT Yes No 12/01/2006 Robert P. McLeod, VOSHA
Phone: (802) 828-5084
WA No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
WY Yes Yes 11/04/2006 NA
Total 13 7    

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: March 6, 2008]


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