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Federal Program Change Summary Report
Inspection and Citation Guidance for Roadway and Highway Construction Work Zones

Federal Program Change Summary Report
Inspection and Citation Guidance for Roadway and Highway Construction Work Zones


Directive Number: CPL-02-01-054

Date of Directive: October 16, 2012
This Instruction provides guidance for the safe inspection of work sites where employees engaged in construction work on and near roadways or highways are exposed to struck-by hazards from vehicular traffic.

Adoption Required-No     Intention Required-Yes

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STATE PLANIntent to AdoptAdopt IdenticalEffective DateURL or Contact
AKYesNo06/14/2013Inspection and Citation Guidance for Roadway and Highway Construction Work Zones (PDF)
AZYesYes06/01/2013NA
CANoNoNANA
CTYesYes04/01/2013NA
HIYesYes11/2/2015NA
IAYesYes04/01/2013NA
ILYesNo12/31/2013††
INYesYes01/16/2013NA
KYYesYes04/01/2013Chuck Stribling, CSP, OSH Federal-State Coordinator
MDYesYes04/16/2013NA
MINoNoNANA
MNYesNo††MNOSHA Compliance
NCYesYes03/01/2013Steve Sykes-State Plan Coordinator
NJNoNoNANA
NMYesYes††NA
NVYesYes04/01/2013NA
NYYesYes11/27/2012Inspection and Citation Guidance for Roadway and Highway Construction Work Zones (PDF*)
ORYesNo04/04/2013Inspection and Citation Guidance for Roadway and Highway Work Zones (PDF)
PRYesYes04/04/2013Jay G. Rullan, Technical Support Division, PR OSHA
SCYesYes11/08/2012Gwendolyn M. Thomas, Technical Support Coordinator, SC DOL
TNYesYes01/01/2013David Blessman, Occupational Safety Supervisor, TN DOL
UTYes††††††
VAYesYes02/01/2013NA
VIYesYes04/09/2013Dean Andrews, Director VIDOSH
VTYesYes01/01/2013NA
WAYesNo06/04/2013Steve Heist, heiu235@lni.wa.gov, DOSH Standards and Technical Services
WYYes††††††

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

†† Awaiting response from State Plans.


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