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Federal Program Change Summary Report
Section 11(c), AHERA, and ISCA Appeals Program

Federal Program Change Summary Report
Section 11(c), AHERA, and ISCA Appeals Program


Directive Number: CPL-02-03-004

Date of Directive: September 12, 2012
This instruction describes a Federal program change which provides procedures for the processing of appeals filed under Section 11(c), as well as appeals filed under AHERA and ISCA.

Adoption Required-No    Intention Required-Yes

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STATE PLAN Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Effective Date URL or Contact
AK No No NA NA
AZ Yes No 01/01/2013 Bill Warren, Director, ADOSH
CA Yes No 03/01/2013 DLSE2@dir.ca.gov
CT Yes No 02/01/2013 Ken Tucker
HINoNoNANA
IANoNoNANA
ILNoNoNANA
INYesYes02/12/2013NA
KYNoNoNAChuck Stribling, CSP, OSH Federal-State Coordinator
MDYesNo05/13/2013Mike Penn, Chief of Compliance
MI††††††††
MNNoNoNANA
NCYesNo12/03/2012††
NJNoNoNANA
NMYesNo11/28/2012New Mexico Occupational Health and Safety Bureau's Field Operation Manua (DOC)
NVNoNoNANA
NYNoNoNANA
ORYesNo03/12/2013Peggy Munsell, OSHA Technical Appeals Manager
PRNoNoNANA
SCNoNoNANA
TNNoNoNANA
UTNoNoNANA
VANoNoNANA
VIYesYes04/09/2013Dean Andrews, Director, VIDOSH
VTYesNo12/31/2014Dan Whipple
WAYesNo03/01/2013Section 11(c), AHERA, and ISCA Appeals Program (PDF*)
WYYes††††††

Plan covers state and local government workers only. [Last updated: October 21, 2015]

†† Awaiting response from State Plans.


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