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Click on a state to locate your local offices. Connecticut* CT* Massachussets MA Maine* ME* New Hampshire NH Rhode Island RI Vermont* VT* New York* NY* New Jersey* NJ* Puerto Rico* PR* U.S. Virgin Islands VI* Pennsylvania PA Delaware DE Maryland* MD* West Virginia WV Virginia* VA* District of Columbia DC Florida FL South Carolina* SC* Georgia GA Alabama AL North Carolina* NC* Mississippi MS Tennessee* TN* Kentucky* KY* Indiana* IN* Illinois* IL* Minnesota* MN* Wisconsin WI Michigan* MI* Ohio OH Arkansas AR Louisiana LA Oklahoma OK New Mexico* NM* Texas TX Nebraska NE Iowa* IA* Missouri MO Kansas KS North Dakota ND South Dakota SD Wyoming* WY* Montana MT Utah* UT* Colorado CO American Samoa AS California* CA* Arizona* AZ* Nevada* NV* Guam GU Hawaii* HI* Northern Mariana Islands MP Alaska* AK* Idaho ID Washington* WA* Oregon* OR*

* This is one of the 28 OSHA-approved State Plans. Twenty-two State Plans (21 states and Puerto Rico) cover both private and state and local government workplaces. The other six State Plans (Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, New Jersey, New York, and the Virgin Islands) cover state and local government workers only.

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