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Federal Program Change Summary Report
Longshoring and Marine Terminals Tool Shed Directive

Federal Program Change Summary Report
Longshoring and Marine Terminals Tool Shed Directive

Directive Number: CPL-02-00-154

Date of Directive: July 31, 2012
This Instruction describes a Federal Program Change which provides guidance concerning OSHA's policy and procedures on the enforcement of longshoring and marine terminal standards in the maritime industry.

Adoption Required-No    Intention Required-Yes

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STATE PLANIntent to AdoptAdopt IdenticalEffective DateURL or Contact
KYYesYes10/15/2012Chuck Stribling, CSP, OSH Federal-State Coordinator
NYYesYes06/19/2013Norm Labbe, Program Manager
ORYesNo09/04/2012Maritime: Settlement Agreement between the National Grain and Feed Association, Inc., and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor (PDF)
VAYesYes01/01/2013VOSH adopted as VOSH Program Directive 02-800B.
VIYesYes10/01/2012Dean Andrews, Director
WAYesYes01/31/2013Enforcement Guidance for the Longshoring Industry (PDF)

Plan covers state and local government workers only. [Last updated: October 21, 2015]

†† Awaiting response from State Plans.

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