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Federal Program Change Summary Report
Alternative Dispute Resolution Process for Whistleblower Protection Program

Federal Program Change Summary Report
Alternative Dispute Resolution Process for Whistleblower Protection Program


Directive Number: CPL 02-03-006

Date of Directive: August 18, 2015

The purpose of this Instruction is to establish policies and procedures for the early resolution process, which is to be used as part of a regional Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) program, in relation to OSHA’s enforcement of whistleblower laws.

Adoption Required-NO
Intention Required-YES
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State Plan Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Effective Date URL or Contact
Plan covers state and local government workers only.
†† Awaiting response from State Plans.

AK

††

††

††

††

AZ

Yes

No

06/07/2016

††

CA

No

No

NA

NA

CT

Yes

No

01/25/2016

Kenneth Tucker, CONN-OSHA Director

HI

Yes

Yes

11/02/2015

NA

IA

No

No

NA

Jens Nissen, IOSHA Administrator

IL

Yes

Yes

12/01/2015

NA

IN

††

††

††

††

KY

††

††

††

Chuck Stribling, CSP, OSH Federal-State Coordinator

MA

No

No

NA

NA

MD

††

††

††

https://www.dllr.maryland.gov/labor/instructions/

MI

No

No

NA

NA

MN

No

No

NA

NA

NC

††

††

††

Steve Sykes, State Plan Coordinator

NJ

No

No

NA

Tom Lipski, PEOSH

NM

No

No

NA

https://www.env.nm.gov/Ohsb_Website/

NV

No

No

NA

NA

NY

No

No

NA

NA

OR

No

No

NA

http://www.orosha.org/pdf/pds/pd-288.pdf*

PR

No

No

NA

NA

SC

††

††

††

††

TN

No

No

NA

Larry Hunt, Department of Labor and Workforce Development, TN

UT

No

No

NA

Christopher Hill, UOSH Division Director

VA

††

††

††

††

VI

Yes

Yes

03/01/2016

Dean Andrews, Director, VIDOSH

VT

No

No

NA

NA

WA

No

No

NA

NA

WY

Yes

Yes

11/20/2015

Daniel Bulkley, WY OSHA Deputy Administrator

[Last updated: January 26, 2016]


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