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Federal Program Change Summary Report
National Emphasis Program on Occupational Exposure to Isocyanates

Federal Program Change Summary Report
Maritime Cargo Gear Standards and 29 CFR Part 1919 Certification


Directive Number: CPL-02-01-055 (PDF*)

Date of Directive: September 30, 2013

This instruction describes policies and procedures for OSHA enforcement of cargo gear standards and Gear Certification in the Maritime Industry.

Adoption Required-No
Intention Required-Yes
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State Plan Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Effective Date URL or Contact
Plan covers state and local government workers only.
†† Awaiting response from State Plans.

AK

No

No

NA

NA

AZ

No

No

NA

NA

CA

No

No

NA

NA

CT

Yes

Yes

11/15/2013

NA

HI

††

††

††

††

IA

No

No

NA

NA

IL

No

No

NA

NA

IN

No

No

NA

NA

KY

Yes

No

01/02/2014

Chuck Stribling, CSP, OSH Federal-State Coordinator

MD

††

††

††

Mike Penn, Chief of Compliance

MI

Yes

Yes

03/15/2014

NA

MN

No

No

NA

NA

NC

Yes

††

††

Steve Sykes, State Plan Coordinator

NJ

No

No

NA

NA

NM

No

No

NA

NA

NV

Yes

Yes

03/01/2014

NA

NY

Yes

Yes

12/30/2013

Norm Labbe, Program Manager

OR

Yes

Yes

11/12/2013

NA

PR

No

No

NA

NA

SC

Yes

Yes

02/14/2014

NA

TN

No

No

NA

NA

UT

No

No

NA

NA

VA

Yes

Yes

02/15/2014

NA

VI

No

No

NA

Dean Andrews, Director, VIDOSH

VT

Yes

Yes

07/01/2014

NA

WA

No

No

NA

NA

WY

No

No

NA

NA

[Last updated: November 18, 2015]


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