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Occupational Exposure to Hexavalent Chromium


Federal Directive Number: 1910.1026; 1910.1000; 1915.1026; 1917.1; 1918.1; 1926.55; 1926.1126

Date of Promulgation: February 28, 2006

Adoption Required
Intention Required
State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Date Promulgated Effective Date URL or Contact
AK Yes No 02/28/2006 05/03/2006 Occupational Exposure to Hexavalent Chromium, Final Rule. AKOSH Program Directive 06-09 (2006, March 17), available as a (PDF*).
AZ Yes Yes 10/10/2006 12/08/2006 NA
CA Yes Yes 09/19/2006 09/19/2006 NA
CT+ Yes Yes 12/20/2006 12/20/2006 NA
HI Yes Yes 12/21/2006 12/21/2006 NA
IA Yes Yes 08/16/2006 08/28/2006 NA
IN Yes Yes 09/20/2006 07/29/2006 NA
KY Yes Yes 05/09/2006 08/24/2006 NA
MD Yes Yes 04/23/2007 04/23/2007 NA
MI Yes Yes 07/31/2006 08/06/2006 NA
MN Yes Yes 06/05/2006 06/05/2006 NA
NC Yes Yes 05/30/2006 05/30/2006 NA
NJ+ Yes Yes 07/17/2006 07/17/2006 NA
NM Yes Yes 02/28/2006 05/30/2006 NA
NV Yes Yes 02/28/2006 05/30/2006 NA
NY+ Yes Yes 09/06/2006 09/06/2006 NA
OR Yes Yes 08/30/2006 08/30/2006 NA
PR Yes Yes 06/27/2006 08/28/2006 NA
SC Yes Yes 05/26/2006 05/30/2006 NA
TN Yes Yes 07/01/2006 07/01/2006 NA
UT Yes Yes 12/15/2006 01/15/2007 NA
VA Yes Yes 03/11/2006 05/30/2006 NA
VI+ Yes Yes 02/28/2006 05/30/2006 NA
VT Yes Yes 11/05/2006 11/05/2006 NA
WA Yes Yes 08/01/2006 09/11/2006 NA
WY Yes Yes 02/02/2007 04/18/2007 NA
Total 26 25

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: January 25, 2008]


*Accessibility Assistance: Contact OSHA's Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs at (202) 693-2200 for assistance accessing PDF materials.

All other documents, that are not PDF materials or formatted for the web, are available as Microsoft Office® formats and videos and are noted accordingly. If additional assistance is needed with reading, reviewing or accessing these documents or any figures and illustrations, please also contact OSHA's Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs at (202) 693-2200.

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