Federal Directive Number: CPL 02-01-148
Date of Directive: 04/30/2010
The purpose of this Instruction is to clarify OSHA's enforcement policy on the requirements regarding: (1) fully planked or decked floors or nets, which was announced in Question and Answer #23 in OSHA Instruction CPL 02-01-034 (formerly CPL 2-1.34), issued March 22, 2002, and (2) the use of pre-installed shear connectors during steel erection, which was announced in Question and Answer #25 in OSHA Instruction CPL 02-01-034 (formerly CPL 2-1.34), issued March 22, 2002. This Instruction rescinds Questions 23 and 25.
|State||Intent to Adopt||Adopt Identical||Date Adopted||URL or Contact|
|AK||No||NA||NA||State did not adopt the 2002 policy|
|CA||No||NA||NA||Subchapter 4. Construction Safety Orders, Article 29. Erection and Construction|
|HI||Pending||Pending||Pending||State Response Pending|
|IA||No||NA||NA||Adopted 9/30/2009 CPL 02-01-046|
|KY||No||NA||NA||State did not adopt the 2002 policy
Kentucky Administrative Regulations
|MD||Yes||No||05/31/2010||MOSH Instruction 10-6 - Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH) Instructions|
|MI||No||NA||NA||State did not adopt the 2002 policy
Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth Director's Office Getneral Industry Safety Standards (PDF*)
|NC||Yes||No||06/06/2010||NC-OSH (919) 807-2900|
|NJ+||No||NA||NA||John Patterson at 609-984-1389|
|NV||No||NA||NA||Rescinded 2002 policy on 8/1/2008|
|OR||Yes||No||04/01/2009||Program Directive (PDF*)|
|SC||Yes||No||07/26/2010||Dorothy "Dottie" Ison, (803) 896-7686|
|VI+||Pending||Pending||Pending||State Response Pending|
|WA||No||NA||NA||State did not adopt the 2002 policy WAC 296-155-716 Fall protection|
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