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Do you believe that your work site is currently ready for an unannounced OSHA inspection? _______ Page 9 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT OSHA does not develop new standards or revise existing standards in a vacuum. The agency can begin standard-setting procedures on its own initiative or in response to requests from the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), requests from state and local governments, any nationally recognized standards-developing organization such as American National Standards Institute, and National Fire Protection Association, employer or labor organizations, or any other interested person.
As a practical matter many states adopt standards identical to the federal regulations. At this writing the following states have their own state-level safety and health programs: Alaska, Arizona, California, Connecticut (for public employees only), Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, New York (for public employees only), North Carolina, Oregon, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming. Once a state plan is approved by federal OSHA, the federal government provides funds for up to 50 percent of the state plan’s operating costs.
1001 Outlines the permissible exposure limits, respirator protection, warning signs and protective clothing for employees working with asbestos and kindred products. 12b of the OSHA Construction Standard. 1017 Covers manufacture, reaction, packaging, repackaging, storage, handling, use and transportation of vinyl chloride or polyvinyl chloride and employee exposure to these chemicals. 1025 Permissible exposure limits for lead, provisions for medical examinations and abatement procedures. 1028 Occupational exposures to benzene, excluding motor fuels, gasoline or other fuels, subsequent to its discharge from bulk wholesale storage facilities.
A Manager's Guide to OSHA (A Fifty-Minute Series Book) by Neville C. Tompkins