Federal Program Change Summary Report
National Emphasis Program- Hexavalent Chromium

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.

Adoption Encouraged

Intention Required

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
AZ Yes Yes 05/03/2010 NA
CT+ No No NA Public Sector Only
HI Pending Pending Pending Pending
IA No No NA State LEP on Hexavalent Chromium
IN Yes Yes Pending NA
KY Yes Yes 06/08/2010 NA
MD Yes Yes Pending NA
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
NM Yes Yes 03/18/2010 NA
NY+ No No NA Public Sector Only
OR Yes No 08/18/2010 Program Directive
SC Yes Yes 03/12/2010 NA
TN Yes Yes 4/15/2010 NA
UT Yes Yes 10/01/2010 NA
VA Yes Yes 05/15/2010 NA
VI+ No No NA Public Sector Only
VT Yes Yes 07/01/2010 NA
WA Yes No 08/23/2010 Hexavalent Chromium NEP (PDF*)
Total 15 11

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: December 2, 2010]

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