OSHA State Plan States

Some states are not under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration but enforce their own rules, which often may be the same as the federal rules. However, in a number of state plan states, worker protection rules unique to that state are developed and enforced by that state's occupational safety and health agency. Contractors must be aware of the specific rules applicable to work in any given state and the agency responsible for enforcement of those rules. The links to the OSHA website pages below may be a valuable resource in accessing those rules and providing contact information for specific state agencies.

For more information on state occupational safety and health plans, click here.

For contact information by state plan office, click here.


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