Federal Directive Number: 09-05 (CPL 02)
Date of Directive: July 20, 2009
This Notice implements OSHA's Site-Specific Targeting 2009 (SST-09) inspection plan, and replaces the November 5, 2008 Notice that implemented OSHA's revised Site-Specific Targeting 2008 (SST-08) inspection plan. This program does not include construction worksites. (If not adopting the SST, States must have an alternate inspection targeting program.)
|State||Intent to Adopt||Adopt Identical||Date Adopted||URL or Contact|
|AK||Yes||No||01/06/2010||AKOSH Program Directive 10-06 (PDF*)|
|AZ||No||NA||NA||Bill Wright (602) 542-1695|
2009 - 2010 HIGHEST HAZARD INDUSTRY LIST (PDF*)
PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT
Labor Enforcement Task Force
|CT+||No||NA||NA||Public Sector Only|
|HI||No||NA||NA||Chapter II Compliance Programming (PDF*)|
|KY||No||NA||NA||Chuck Stribling, CSP, OSH Federal-State Coordinator, (502) 564-3070|
|MD||Yes||Yes||09/17/2009||MOSH Instruction 09-04 - Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH)|
|MI||No||NA||NA||Adrian Rocskay, Division Director, (517) 322-1831|
|NJ+||No||NA||NA||Public Sector Only|
|NM||No||NA||NA||Chapter II Compliance Programming (PDF*)|
|NV||No||NA||NA||Resty L. Malicdem, Program Coordinator, NVOSHA, (702) 486-9045|
|NY+||No||NA||NA||Public Sector Only|
|OR||No||NA||NA||ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM, GENERAL / PRESERVING PHYSICAL EVIDENCE AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT (PDF*)|
|PR||No||NA||NA||Gladys Cruz-Mercado, (787) 756-1101|
|SC||No||NA||NA||Gwen Thomas, OSHA Technical Support Coordinator - SC LLR, for additional information at (803) 896-5811.|
|UT||No||NA||NA||Operations Managers (801) 530-6897|
|VA||No||NA||NA||Glenn Cox (804) 786-2391|
|VI+||No||NA||NA||Public Sector Only|
|WA||No||NA||NA||Programmed Inspection and Visit Activities (PDF*)|
|WY||No||NA||NA||JD Danni (307) 777-7700|
+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.
[Last updated: April 5, 2010]
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