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Federal Program Change Summary Report
National Emphasis Program on Occupational Exposure to Isocyanates

Federal Program Change Summary Report
National Emphasis Program on Occupational Exposure to Isocyanates


Directive Number: CPL-03-00-017 (PDF)

Date of Directive: June 20, 2013

This instruction describes policies and procedures for implementing a National Emphasis Program to identify and reduce or eliminate the incidence of adverse health effects associated with occupational exposure to isocyanates. Note: This directive is an OSHA archive document and may no longer represent OSHA policy.

Adoption Required-Yes
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

Yes

Yes

10/23/2013

NA

AZ

Yes

Yes

08/20/2013

NA

CA

Yes

No

12/20/2013

Cal/OSHA

CT

Yes

No

10/01/2013

Ken Tucker, tucker.kenneth@dol.gov

HI

Yes

Yes

03/31/2015

NA

IA

Yes

Yes

09/30/2013

NA

IL

No

No

NA NA

IN

Yes

Yes

11/20/2013

NA

KY

Yes

No

11/01/2013

Chuck Stribling, CSP, OSH Federal-State Coordinator

MD

Yes

Yes

09/24/2013

NA

MI

Yes

Yes

12/12/2013

NA

MN

Yes

Yes

10/08/2013

NA

NC

Yes

No

02/13/2006

Steve Sykes, State Plan Coordinator

NJ

Yes

Yes

12/20/2013

NA

NM

Yes

Yes

08/20/2013

NA

NV

Yes

Yes

12/01/2013

NA

NY

Yes

Yes

08/13/2013

NA

OR

Yes

No

12/09/2013

Oregon Occupational Sefety & Health Division Department of Consumer & Business Services (PDF)

PR

Yes

Yes

10/21/2013

NA

SC

Yes

Yes

08/20/2013

NA

TN

Yes

Yes

07/01/2013

NA

UT

Yes

Yes

01/20/2014

NA

VA

Yes

Yes

12/15/2013

NA

VI

Yes

Yes

09/24/2013

Dean Andrews, Director, VIDOSH

VT

Yes

Yes

10/01/2013

NA

WA

Yes

Yes

12/19/2013

NA

WY

Yes

Yes

10/01/2013

NA

[Last updated: November 11, 2016]

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