Federal Directive Number: CPL 02-02-076
Date of Directive: February 23, 2010
This Instruction describes policies and procedures for implementing a National Emphasis Program to identify and reduce or eliminate the health hazards associated with occupational exposure to hexavalent chromium and other toxic substances often found in conjunction with hexavalent chromium.
|State||Intent to Adopt||Adopt Identical||Date Adopted||URL or Contact|
|AK||Yes||Yes||05/01/2010||State of Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Developement Devision of Labor Standards and Safety|
|CT+||No||No||NA||Public Sector Only|
|IA||No||No||NA||State LEP on Hexavalent Chromium|
|MI||Yes||No||05/31/2010||Connie O’Neill, Director CET, 517-322-1809|
|MN||No||No||NA||State LEP on Hexavalent Chromium|
|NC||Yes||Yes||04/13/2010||Compliance Manuals & Procedures|
|NJ+||No||No||NA||Public Sector Only|
|NY+||No||No||NA||Public Sector Only|
|VI+||No||No||NA||Public Sector Only|
|WA||Yes||No||08/23/2010||Hexavalent Chromium NEP (PDF*)|
+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.
[Last updated: December 2, 2010]
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