Federal Program Change Summary Report
Inspection Procedures for the Chromium (VI) Standards

Federal Directive Number: CPL 02-02-074

Date of Directive: January 24, 2008

The purpose of this Instruction is to provide guidelines and establish uniform inspection and compliance procedures for the occupational exposure standards for hexavalent chromium published in the Federal Register, February 28, 2006, and effective May 30, 2006, and as corrected in the Federal Register, June 23, 2006, and as amended for general industry in the Federal Register, October 30, 2006.

Equivalency Required

Intention Required

State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Date Adopted URL or Contact
AK Yes Yes 07/24/2008 NA
AZ Yes Yes 05/19/2008 NA
CA Yes No Revision Pending Vicky Heza
Phone: (714) 558-4411
CT+ Yes Yes Revision Pending NA
HI Yes Yes 04/14/2008 NA
IA Yes Yes 02/25/2008 NA
IN Yes Yes 04/01/2008 NA
KY Yes No 07/24/2008 Michael L. Dixon
MD Yes Yes 10/01/2008 Linda Jaehnigen
MI Yes No 08/28/2008 Enforcement Procedures for Substance Specific Expanded Occupational Health Standards (DOC*). Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA), Agency Instruction STD-08-4 (2008, October 28).
MN Yes No Revision Pending MNOSHA Compliance
Phone: (651) 284-5050
NC Yes Yes 04/15/2008 NA
NJ+ Yes Yes 08/05/2008 NA
NM Yes Yes Revision Pending NA
NV Yes Yes 07/01/2008 NA
NY+ Yes Yes 08/14/2008 NA
OR Yes No 07/24/2008 Chris Ottoson, Health Enforcement Manager
Phone: (503) 378-3272
PR Yes Yes 02/26/2008 NA
SC Yes Yes 08/05/2008 NA
TN Yes Yes 03/01/2008 NA
UT Yes Yes 04/01/2008 NA
VA Yes Yes 05/01/2008 NA
VI+ Yes Yes 10/20/2008 NA
VT Yes Yes 05/01/2008 NA
WA Yes No Revision Pending Statewide Compliance Manager
WY Yes Yes 04/06/2008 NA
Total 26 20

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: October 15, 2008]

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