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• Part Number: 1956
• Part Title: Plans for State and Local Government Employees without Approved Plans
• Subpart: G
• Subpart Title: New Jersey
• Standard Number: 1956.61
• Title: Developmental schedule.
• GPO Source: e-CFR

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

1956.61(a)

Adopt standards identical to or at least as effective as all existing OSHA standards within one year after plan approval.

1956.61(b)

Adopt amendments to regulations regarding inspections, citations, and proposed penalties equivalent to 29 CFR part 1903 within one year after plan approval.

1956.61(c)

Develop a five year strategic plan within two years after plan approval.

1956.61(d)

Develop field inspection reference manual and/or field operations manual within two years after plan approval.

..1956.61(e)

1956.61(e)

Fully implement public employer/employee consultation, training and education program equivalent to 29 CFR part 1908 within three years after plan approval.

1956.61(f)

Adopt amendments to regulations regarding discrimination against employees equivalent to 29 CFR part 1977 within two years after plan approval.

1956.61(g)

Adopt amendments to regulations regarding variances equivalent to 29 CFR part 1905 within two years after plan approval.

1956.61(h)

Adopt amendments to regulations regarding record keeping equivalent to 29 CFR part 1904 within two years after plan approval.

[66 FR 2273, January 11, 2001]


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