Federal Directive Number: CPL 02-02-072
Date of Directive: August 22, 2007
This directive provides guidance to OSHA personnel concerning application of the rules of agency practice and procedure set forth at 29 CFR 1913.10 when accessing personally identifiable employee medical records. Guidance is also provided concerning Assistant Secretary authorization to conduct limited review of specific employee medical information when OSHA standards require such information and there is a need to gain access for the purpose of determining compliance. State Plans must have regulations equivalent to 29 CFR 1910.1020 (Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records) and 29 CFR 1913.10 (Rules of Agency Practice and Procedures for OSHA Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records) as well as appropriate implementing procedures.
|State||Intent to Adopt||Adopt Identical||Date Adopted||URL or Contact|
|CA||Yes||No||2/22/2008||Steve Smith (916)
Bob Nakamura (916) 286-7005
Phone: (515) 281-3469
William Grabau, Special Projects
Phone: (410) 767-2209
|NC||Yes||No||05/01/2008||NCDOL Compliance Directives|
|VA||Yes||Yes||Revisions Pending||John Crisanti,
VOSH Planning and Evaluation Manager
Phone: (804) 786-4300
+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.
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