Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Standard Summary Report
Clarification of Employer Duty to Provide Personal Protective Equipment and Train Each Employee - Final Rule

Federal Standard Number: 1910; 1915; 1917; 1926

Date of Promulgation: 12/12/2008

Adoption Required
Intention Required
STATE Intent To Adopt Adopt Identical Promulgation Date Effective Date URL or Contact
AK Yes Yes 02/16/2009 02/16/2009 NA
AZ Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
CA No NA NA NA Labor Code - Section 6400-6413.5
CT+ Yes Yes 06/30/2009 06/30/2009 NA
HI Yes Yes 07/27/2009 07/27/2009 NA
IA Yes Yes 03/19/2009 05/13/2009 NA
IN Yes Yes 03/12/2009 03/12/2009 NA
KY Yes Yes 05/05/2009 10/02/2009 NA
MD Yes Yes 03/16/2009 01/11/2009 NA
MI No NA NA NA General Industry Safety Standards, Part 33: Personal Protective Equipment. MIOSHA-STD-1126, (2004, June) ( PDF*).
Occupational Health Standards, Part 433. Personal Protective Equipment. MIOSHA-STD-1201 (2004, July) (PDF*).
MN Yes Yes 06/01/2009 06/01/2009 NA
NC Yes Yes 04/23/2009 04/23/2009 NA
NJ+ Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
NM Yes Yes 12/12/2008 01/11/2009 NA
NV Yes Yes 03/01/2009 03/01/2009 NA
NY+ Yes Yes Pending Pending NA
OR Yes Yes 05/29/2009 05/29/2009 Oregon OSHA - Proposed Changes to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in General Industry, Construction, and Maritime (PDF*).
PR Yes Yes 06/12/2009 06/12/2009 NA
SC Yes Yes 02/26/2009 02/26/2009 NA
TN Yes Yes 03/09/2009 07/29/2009 NA
UT Yes Yes 05/29/2009 05/29/2009 NA
VA Yes Yes 04/16/2009 05/15/2009 NA
VI+ Yes Yes 11/09/2009 12/01/2009 NA
VT Yes Yes 07/01/2009 07/01/2009 NA
WA Yes Yes 07/21/2009 09/01/2009 NA
WY Yes Yes 04/27/2009 04/27/2009 NA
Total1 24 24      

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: January 19, 2010]

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