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 Utah, in conjunction with
OSHA, completed a reassessment of the levels initially established in 1980 and proposed revised compliance staffing benchmarks of 10 safety and 9
health compliance officers. After opportunity for public comment and service on the AFL-CIO, the Assistant Secretary approved these revised staffing
requirements on July 16, 1985.
[50 FR 28780, July 16, 1985]