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• Part Number: 1956
• Part Title: Plans for State and Local Government Employees without Approved Plans
• Subpart: F
• Subpart Title: New York
• Standard Number: 1956.51
• Title: Developmental schedule.
• GPO Source: e-CFR

The New York plan is developmental. The following is a schedule of major developmental steps as provided in the plan:

1956.51(a)

Adopt all OSHA standards promulgated as of July 1, 1983 (within three months after plan approval).

1956.51(b)

Promulgate regulations for inspections, citations and abatement, equivalent to 29 CFR Part 1903 (within three months after plan approval).

1956.51(c)

Submit State poster (within six months after plan approval).

1956.51(d)

Extend BLS Survey of Injuries and Illnesses to State and local government (within one year after plan approval).

1956.51(e)

Promulgate regulations for granting variances, equivalent to 29 CFR Part 1905 (within one year after plan approval).

1956.51(f)

Promulgate regulations for injury/illness recordkeeping, equivalent to 29 CFR Part 1904 (within two years after plan approval).

1956.51(g)

Develop employee non-discrimination procedures (within three years after plan approval).

1956.51(h)

Promulgate procedures for review of contested cases (within two years after plan approval).

..1956.51(i)

1956.51(i)

Promulgate regulations for development of alternative State standards, equivalent to 29 CFR Part 1911 (within three years after plan approval).

1956.51(j)

Develop Field Operations Manual (within three years after plan approval).

1956.51(k)

Develop Industrial Hygiene Manual (within three years after plan approval).

1956.51(l)

Promulgate regulations and implement program for on-site consultation (within three years after plan approval).

1956.51(m)

Fully implement public employer/employee training and education program (within three years after plan approval).


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