Date of Directive: June 7, 2007 / August 18, 2009
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. (The timeframes for completion were subsequently modified.).
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|Intent to Adopt||Adopt Identical||Date Adopted||Intent to Adopt||Adopt Identical||Date Adopted|
|AZ||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries in the State|
|CA||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||Alternate inspection program: Process Safety Management. CAL/OSHA, Division of Occupational Safety and Health Policy & Procedure Manual C-17 (2007, May 19).|
|CT†||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries under State jurisdiction|
|IA||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries in the State|
|MD||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries in the State|
|MN||Yes||No||10/01/2007||No||NA||NA||MNOSHA Compliance Phone: (651) 284-5050, Email|
|NC||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries in the State|
|NJ†||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries under State jurisdiction|
|NM||Yes||No||10/01/2007||Yes||No||9/2/2009||Local Emphasis Program (LEP) for Health and Safety Hazards in the Petroleum Refining Industry (NAICS 32411) (PDF*)|
|NY†||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries under State jurisdiction|
|OR||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries in the State|
|SC||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries in the State|
|VA||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||The refinery under State jurisdiction is in the VPP program|
|VI†||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries under State jurisdiction|
|VT||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||No petroleum refineries in the State|
|WY||No||NA||NA||No||NA||NA||Alternative refinery inspection program.|
† Plan covers State and local government employees only.
[Last updated: April 7, 2010]
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