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| Record Type:||Instruction|
| Directive Number:||ADM 03-00-003|
| Old Directive Number:||ADM 8-0.3|
| Title:||OSHA Directives System|
| Information Date:||12/11/2000|
|DIRECTIVE NUMBER:ADM 8-0.3||EFFECTIVE DATE:Dec. 11, 2000|
|SUBJECT:OSHA Directives System|
|Purpose:||This instruction describes and implements a revised directives system which implements the policies stated in OSHA Instruction ADM 8-0.2|
|References:||OSHA Instruction ADM 1-0.20, OSHA Internet and Intranet Policy and Procedures
OSHA Instruction ADM 8-0.2, OSHA Policy Issuances
OSHA Instruction ADM 8-0.4, OSHA Non-Policy Issuances
OSHA Instruction ADM 12.1, OSHA Classification System
|State Impact:||This Instruction is not a Federal Program Change requiring State adoption or notice, but States are encouraged to consider its implications on their operations|
|Action Offices:||National, Regional and Area Offices|
|Originating Office:||Directorate of Administrative Programs|
|Contact:||Directives Officer, OMSO, DAP (202-693-2002)
200 Constitution Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20210
|Approval:||By and Under the Authority of
By and Under the Authority of
<Name of Authorizing Official>
- Why is the directive being issued? Be brief.
- What types of information does it contain? (Such as policy, procedures, guidelines, etc.)
- Keep the paragraph short, limited to one or two paragraphs.
- Use complete sentences.
- Use active voice when writing.
- Who are the users?
- Is the directive aimed at specific job titles, positions, or other defining characteristics?
- Is the directive aimed at headquarters offices only or OSHA-wide?
- The paragraph should be short, not more than one or two sentences.
- Address either the entire potential target audience (example: OSHA-wide, National Office or field offices) or specify a more narrow segment of the audience (example: Area Offices).
Originators are prohibited from altering the tab and indentation requirements of numbered paragraphs, but are otherwise free to structure paragraphs according to their needs.
DIR 2000-01 (CPL 2)
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