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Shipyard Employment "Tool Bag" Directive

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Federal Directive Number: CPL 02-00-142

Date of Directive: August 3, 2006

This directive provides guidance concerning the application of occupational safety and health standards in shipyard employment and ensures consistent enforcement of OSHA's shipyard employment standards (20 CFR Part 1915).

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State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Date Adopted URL or Contact
AK No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
AZ No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
CA No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
CT+ No NA NA State Plan covers Public Sector only.
HI Yes Yes 08/23/2007 NA
IA No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
IN No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
KY Yes No 01/10/2007 Kentucky Maritime Regulations
MD No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
MI No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
MN Yes Yes 01/11/2007 NA
NC Yes Yes 11/17/2006 NA
NJ+ Yes Yes 01/12/2007 NA
NM No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
NV Yes Yes 05/01/2007 NA
NY+ Yes Yes 04/17/2007 NA
OR No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
PR Yes Yes 12/06/2006 NA
SC Yes Yes 01/07/2008 NA
TN No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
UT No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
VA Yes Yes 04/01/2007 NA
VI+ Yes Yes 10/04/2007 NA
VT No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
WA No NA NA Current policy/procedure is equivalent
WY No NA NA No Maritime Jurisdiction
Total 11 10    

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

Last updated: January 25, 2008]

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