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• Part Number: 1952
• Part Title: Approved State Plans for Enforcement of State Standards
• Subpart: D
• Subpart Title: Oregon
• Standard Number: 1952.101
• Title: Developmental schedule.
• GPO Source: e-CFR

The Oregon plan is developmental. The schedule of developmental steps as described in the plan is revised in a letter dated November 27, 1973, from M. Keith Wilson, Chairman, Workman's Compensation Board to James Lake, Assistant Regional Director for OSHA and includes:


Introduction of the legislative amendments in the legislative session following approval of the plan. The legislation was passed and became effective July 1, 1973.


Complete revision of all occupational safety and health codes as proposed within one year after the proposed standards are found to be at least as effective by the Secretary of Labor.


Development of administrative rules and procedures, including rights and responsibilities of employers, employees and the Workmen's Compensation Board including regulations on variances, exposure to hazards and access to information on exposure to hazards by July 1, 1974.


Training of present inspection personnel of the accident prevention division and the occupational health section by July 1, 1973. Selection and training of additional inspectors within one year of the effective date of the 1973-1975 budget.


Establishment of specific occupational safety and health goals by July 1, 1974. These goals will be reviewed and revised biannually.



Development and implementation of an affirmative action program by July 1, 1973.


Development and implementation of administrative rules relative to an on-site voluntary compliance consultation program by July 1, 1974.

[39 FR 1181, Apr. 1, 1974. Redesignated at 52 FR 9162, March 23, 1987; 59 FR 42493, Aug. 18, 1994]

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