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State Plan Adoption of OSHA’s Revised Reporting Requirements
(29 CFR 1904.39)
As of August 15, 2016

State

Status of State Plan Adoption of 29 CFR 1904.39

Current State Law

State Plan Reporting Contact Information

Arizona

Adopted identically.

AAC, Title 20 Chapter 5, Section R20-5-629

855-268-5251

Connecticut*

Adopted identically.

CGS 571, Section 371-374-3

866-241-4060

Illinois*

Adopted identically.

Title 56, 350.410

800-782-7860

Indiana

Adopted identically.

620 IAC 1-1-1

  • 317-232-2693 (8am to 4:30pm, M-F)
  • 800-321-OSHA (After 4:30pm or on weekends and holidays)

Iowa

Adopted identically.

IAC 88.5

877-242-OSHA

Maine*

Adopted identically.

MRSA Title 26, Chapter 1, Subsection 2

207-592-4501

Michigan

Adopted identically.

MIOSHA-STD-1501, Part 11

  • 800-858-0397 (fatalities)
  • 800-866-4674 (hospitalizations, amputations, or loss of an eye)

Minnesota

Adopted identically.

M.A.R. 5205.0010

800-858-0397

New Jersey*

Adopted identically.

N.J.A.C 12:110-5.1

800-624-1644

New Mexico

Adopted identically.

11.5.1.16 NMAC

800-858-0397

North Carolina

Adopted identically.

13 N.C.A.C 07A.0301

800-NC-LABOR

Puerto Rico

Adopted identically.

02 OSH 1904.39

866-977-OSHA

South Carolina

Adopted identically.

SC Code of Regulations 71-304

803-896-7672

Tennessee

Adopted identically.

Rule 0800-01-01-.03

800-249-8510

Vermont

Adopted identically.

Adopted by reference to the OSHA standard

800-858-0397

Virgin Islands*

Adopted identically.

Adopted by reference to the OSHA standard

800-858-0397

Wyoming

Adopted identically.

OSHA Practice and Procedure, Chapter 4, Section 1

800-858-0397

 

Alaska

Alaska’s reporting requirements are at least as effective as the OSHA requirements. Alaska requires that all fatalities, inpatient hospitalizations, amputations, or loss of an eye be reported within in 8 hours.

AS 18.60.058

  • 800-770-4940 (8am to 5pm, M-F)
  • 800-321-OSHA (After 5pm or on weekends and holidays)

California

California’s reporting requirements are at least as effective as the OSHA requirements. California requires that all fatalities and serious injuries or illnesses be reported within 8 hours. A serious injury or illness is defined as one in which a part of the body is lost or permanent disfigurement occurs, or one that requires hospitalization of 24 hours or more.

CCR Title 8, Section 14300

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Kentucky

Kentucky's reporting requirements are at least as effective as the OSHA requirements. Kentucky requires that all fatalities and inpatient hospitalizations of three of more workers be reported within 8 hours. Amputations, loss of an eye, and hospitalization of fewer than three workers must reported within 72 hours. Kentucky also defines amputation and loss of an eye slightly differently than OSHA.

803 KAR 2:180

502-564-3070

Oregon

Oregon's reporting requirements are at least as effective as the OSHA requirements. Oregon requires that all fatalities and inpatient hospitalizations of three of more workers be reported within 8 hours. Amputations, loss of an eye, and hospitalization of fewer than three workers must reported within 24 hours. Oregon defines amputation slightly differently than OSHA.

OAR 437-001-07004

800-922-2689

Utah

Utah's reporting requirements are at least as effective as the OSHA requirements. Utah requires that all fatalities and any disabling, serious, or significant injury be reported within 8 hours.

UAC Rule 614-1-8

801-530-6901

Virginia

Virginia's reporting requirements are at least as effective as the OSHA requirements. Virginia requires that all fatalities, inpatient hospitalizations, amputations, or the loss of an eye be reported within 8 hours.

16VAC25-85-1904

800-858-0397

Washington

Washington's reporting requirements are at least as effective as the OSHA requirements. Washington requires that all fatalities and inpatient hospitalization be reported within 8 hours. Amputations or the loss of an eye must be reported within 24 hours.

WAC 296-27

800-423-7233

 

Hawaii

Intends to adopt non-identically; anticipated effective date to-be-determined.

HAR 12-52.1

808-586-9102

Maryland

Intends to adopt non-identically; anticipated effective date to-be-determined.

COMAR 09.12.21

  • 888-257-6674 (fatalities)
  • 800-759-6297 (hospitalizations, amputations, or loss of an eye)

New York*

Intends to adopt non-identically; anticipated effective date to-be-determined.

Statute 27-a, Part 801

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Nevada

Intends to adopt non-identically; anticipated effective date to-be-determined.

NRS 618.378

  • 702-486-9020 (Southern Nevada)
  • 775-688-3700 (Northern Nevada)

*Denotes State and Local Government Only State Plans. State and Local Government Only State Plans are not required to adopt the industry conversion requirements outlined in 1904.2.

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