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Petroleum Refinery Process Safety Management National Emphasis Program


Federal Directive Number: CPL 03-00-004

Date of Directive: June 7, 2007

This Instruction describes policies and procedures for implementing a National Emphasis Program (NEP) to reduce or eliminate the workplace hazards associated with the catastrophic release of highly hazardous chemicals at petroleum refineries.

Adoption Encouraged

Intention Required

State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Date Adoption URL or Contact
AK No NA NA NA
AZ No NA NA No petroleum refineries in the State
CA No NA NA Process Safety Management. CAL/OSHA, Division of Occupational Safety and Health Policy & Procedure Manual C-17 (2007, May 19).
CT* No NA NA No petroleum refineries under State jurisdiction
HI Yes Yes 8/13/2007 NA
IA No NA NA No petroleum refineries in the State
IN Yes Yes 08/26/2007 NA
KY Yes Yes 08/23/2007 NA
MD No NA NA No petroleum refineries in the State
MI Yes Yes 07/05/2007 NA
MN Yes No 10/01/2007 MNOSHA Compliance
Phone: (651) 284-5050
NC No NA NA No petroleum refineries in the State
NJ* No NA NA No petroleum refineries under State jurisdiction
NM Yes No 10/01/2007 Bob Genoway
Phone: (505) 476-8700
NV Yes Yes 11/01/2007 NA
NY* No NA NA No petroleum refineries under State jurisdiction
OR No NA NA No petroleum refineries in the State
PR Yes Yes 07/12/2007 NA
SC No NA NA No petroleum refineries in the State
TN Yes Yes 06/27/2007 NA
UT No NA NA Using directive for alternative refinery inspection program
Louis Silva, Phone: (801) 530-6901
VA No NA NA The refinery under State jurisdiction is in the VPP program
VI* No NA NA No petroleum refineries under State jurisdiction
VT No NA NA No petroleum refineries in the State
WA Yes Yes 09/04/2007 NA
WY No NA NA Developing alternative refinery inspection program
Total 11 9    

* Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: August 26, 2008]

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