Federal Program Change Summary Report
PSM Covered Chemical Facilities National Emphasis Program

Federal Directive Number: CPL 03-00-014

Date of Directive: November 29, 2011

This Notice describes a Federal program change which establishes a year-long National Emphasis Program for inspecting facilities with quantities of highly hazardous chemicals at or above the threshold quantities defined in 1910.119 and sets out new procedures, which include a dynamic list of questions, for inspecting PSM covered processes.

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State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical State Adoption Date URL or Contact
Plan covers State and local government employees only.
AK YES NO 08/03/2012 http://labor.alaska.gov/lss/forms/PD-12-06.pdf
Keith Bailey (907) 269-4943
AZ YES YES 02/01/2012 N/A
CA NO N/A N/A Process Safety Management
Clyde Trombettas (925) 602-2668
Wende Carleson (714) 558-4415
CT NO N/A N/A Public Sector Only
HI YES YES 12/08/2011 N/A
IA YES YES 08/31/2012 N/A
IL NO N/A N/A Public Sector Only
IN YES YES 03/01/2012 N/A
KY YES YES 03/15/2012 N/A
MD YES YES 02/05/2013 N/A
MI YES YES 01/24/2012 N/A
MN YES NO 06/19/2012 MNOSHA Compliance (651) 284-5050
NC YES YES 05/21/2012 N/A
NJ NO N/A N/A Public Sector Only
NM YES YES 01/03/2012 N/A
NV YES YES 05/01/2012 N/A
NY NO N/A N/A Public Sector Only
OR YES NO 04/27/2012 Program Directive (PDF)
Peggy Munsell, Oregon OSHA Technical and Appeals Manager,
(503) 947-7446
PR YES NO 03/21/2012 Jay Rullan, Dir. Technical Support (787) 754-2172 x3354
SC YES YES 12/07/2011 N/A
TN YES NO 03/29/2012 TOSHA Instruction - PSM Covered Chemical Facilities National Emphasis Program (PDF)
UT YES YES 04/01/2012 N/A
VA YES YES 08/01/2012 N/A
VI YES YES 10/02/2012 N/A
VT YES YES 05/01/2012 N/A
WA YES YES 05/29/2012 N/A
WY YES YES 04/01/2012 N/A
Total 22 17

[Last updated: April 3, 2013]

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