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Federal Program Change Summary Report
National Emphasis Program on Amputations

Federal Program Change Summary Report
National Emphasis Program on Amputations


Directive Number: CPL 03-00-019

Date of Directive: August 13, 2015

This instruction describes policies and procedures for implementing a National Emphasis Program (NEP) to identify and to reduce workplace machine and equipment hazards which are causing or likely to cause amputations. The intent of this NEP is to target workplaces with machinery and equipment that cause (or are capable of causing) amputations, while maximizing the Agency's inspection resources.

Adoption Required-YES
Intention Required-YES
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State Plan

Intent to Adopt

Adopt Identical

Adoption Date

URL or Contact

* Plan covers state and local government workers only.
†† Awaiting response from State Plans.

AK

Yes

No

3/25/2016

http://labor.alaska.gov/lss/program_directives/PD_16-05.pdf

AZ

Yes

Yes

1/15/2015

NA

CA

No

No

NA

NA

CT*

Yes

Yes

10/15/2015

NA

HI

Yes

Yes

5/9/2016

NA

IA

Yes

No

2/1/2016

Jens Nissen, IOSHA Administrator

IL*

Yes

Yes

12/1/2015

NA

IN

Yes

Yes

1/1/2016

NA

KY

No

No

NA

NA

MD

Yes

No

11/17/2016

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

ME

Yes

Yes

10/1/2015

NA

MI

Yes

Yes

12/30/2015

NA

MN

Yes

No

10/1/2015

osha.compliance@state.mn.us

NC

No

No

11/9/2015

NA

NJ*

Yes

Yes

11/1/2015

NA

NM

Yes

No

4/30/2016

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

NV

Yes

Yes

12/30/2015

NA

NY*

Yes

Yes

11/9/2015

NA

OR

Yes

No

10/15/2015

http://www.orosha.org/pdf/pds/pd-280.pdf*

PR

Yes

Yes

2/26/2016

NA

SC

No

No

NA

NA

TN

Yes

Yes

10/1/2015

NA

UT

Yes

No

12/30/2015

Christopher Hill, UOSH Division Director

VA

Yes

Yes

2/1/2016

NA

VI*

Yes

Yes

8/30/2016

NA

VT

Yes

Yes

10/1/2015

NA

WA

Yes

No

2/12/2016

www.lni.wa.gov/safety/rules/policies/pdfs/dd270.pdf

WY

Yes

Yes

9/11/2015

Daniel Bulkley, WY OSHA Deputy Administrator

[Last updated: April 20, 2018]

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