Directives - Directive Number
OSHA Directives are written statements of policy and procedure on a single subject, which generally include implementation guidelines and responsibilities for the Agency's affected offices.
OSHA Compliance Directives (CPLs) are written instructions providing compliance policies and enforcement procedures on certain subjects, such as compliance with and enforcement of specific OSHA standards, or procedures to implement specific emphasis programs to target particular hazards. These policies are intended to ensure uniform enforcement by OSHA's field offices.
- FAP 00-00-001 [FAP .2] - National - Procedures for Handling "Alternate" and "Supplementary" Standards Submitted by Federal Agencies - 07/08/1981
- FAP 00-00-002 [FAP 00-00-002] - National - Field Federal Safety and Health Council Operations Manual - 05/18/2007 - PDF
- FAP 01-00-001 [FAP 1.1] - National - A list of Federal Agencies with Certified Safety and Health Committees - 09/11/1985
- FAP 01-00-002 [FAP 1.2A] - National - Federal Agency Safety and Health Programs With the Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice. - 04/10/1995
- FAP 02-00-001 [FAP 2.1B] - National - Evaluation of Federal Agency Occupational Safety and Health Programs - 06/19/1989