Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents|
| Part Number:||1952|
| Part Title:||Approved State Plans for Enforcement of State Standards|
| Subpart Title:||Subpart A-List of Approved State Plans for Private-Sector and State and Local Government Employees|
| Standard Number:||1952.11|
| GPO Source:||e-CFR|
The Kentucky State plan received initial approval on July 31, 1973.
The Kentucky State plan received final approval on June 13, 1985.
Under the terms of the 1978 Court Order in AFL-CIO v. Marshall, compliance staffing levels (benchmarks) necessary for a "fully effective" enforcement program were required to be established for each State operating an approved State plan. In September 1984 Kentucky, in conjunction with OSHA, completed a reassessment of the levels initially established in 1980 and proposed revised compliance staffing benchmarks of 23 safety and 14 health compliance officers. After opportunity for public comment and service on the AFL-CIO, the Assistant Secretary approved these revised staffing requirements on June 13, 1985.
The plan covers all private-sector employers and employees, with several notable exceptions, as well as State and local government employers and employees, within the State. For current information on these exceptions and for additional details about the plan, please visit http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/osp/stateprogs/kentucky.html.
[40 FR 58451, Dec. 17, 1975; 80 FR 49906, October 19, 2015]
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