Federal Program Change Summary Report
Slide-locks - Enforcement Policy, Inspection Procedures and Performance Guidance Criteria

Federal Directive Number: CPL 02-01-043

Date of Directive: September 14, 2007

This instruction establishes enforcement policies, inspection procedures and performance guideline criteria for the safe design, construction, installation, testing, maintenance and use of slide-locks used for the control of hazardous energy on machinery.

Equivalency Required

Intention Required

State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Date Adopted URL or Contact
AK Yes Yes 10/26/2007 NA
AZ Yes Yes 12/03/2007 NA
CA No NA NA State Plan does not allow use of slide-locks
CT+ No NA NA No Public Sector "Exposure"
HI Yes Yes 12/03/2007 NA
IA Yes Yes 10/01/2007 NA
IN Yes Yes 02/01/2008 NA
KY No NA NA State Plan does not allow use of slide-locks
Michael L. Dixon
MD Yes Yes 01/29/2008 NA
MI Yes Yes 10/19/2007 NA
MN Yes No Revisions Pending MNOSHA Compliance
Phone: (651) 284-5050
NC Yes Yes 01/31/2008 NA
NJ+ Yes No 11/17/2007 Ray Bellarosa
NM Yes Yes 11/02/2007 NA
NV Yes Yes 11/01/2007 NA
NY+ Yes Yes 10/11/2007 NA
OR Yes Yes 01/09/2008 Slide-lock use to control hazardous energy on machinery (PDF*). Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division, Program Directive: A-263 (2008, January 9).
PR Yes Yes 10/16/2007 NA
SC Yes Yes Revision Pending NA
TN Yes Yes 10/15/2007 NA
UT Yes Yes 11/01/2007 NA
VA Yes Yes 12/15/2007 NA
VI+ Yes Yes 10/04/2007 NA
VT Yes Yes 01/01/2008 NA
WA Yes No 03/01/2008 Inspection of Slide-Locks used on Mechanical and Hydraulic Power Presses (PDF*). DOSH Directive 6.10 (2008, March 1).
WY Yes Yes 11/17/2007 NA
Total 23 20

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: June 24, 2008]

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