02.) Compliance Instructions

02-003W VOSH Procedures to Comply with OSHA Enforcement Exemptions and Limitations under the Federal Appropriations Act, OSHA Instruction CPL 02-00-051 (Formerly CPL 2-0.51J); Appendix “A” Revision

02-004A Collection of OSHA-300 Log Data (Reference: OSHA Memo from Paula O. White, 8/8/96)

02-006B Abatement Verification Regulation §307 of the VOSH Administrative Regulations Manual (ARM) – Enforcement Policies and Procedures (Reference CPL 02-00-114)

02-009B Prison Inmate Form Letter

02-010 Information to be Included in Closing Conferences

02-011 Temporary Help Supply Services Used by Employers (Reference: OSHA Memo from John B. Miles, Jr., 2/28/85)

02-013 Compliance Policy for Emergency Action Plans and Fire Prevention Plans(Reference: CPL 02-01-037)

02-016 Safety and Health Information Bulletins (Reference: CPL 02-00-065)

02-020 VOSH Response to Significant Events of Potentially Catastrophic Consequence (References: CPL 02-00-045; CPL 02-00-080; CSP 01-00-003; CPL 02-00-094)

02-021 Interpretive Rule Addressing OSHA’s Policy on Employee Rescue Efforts, 29 CFR 1903.14 (Reference: CSP 01-01-030)

02-022A 29 CFR 1913.10, Rules of Agency Practice and Procedure Concerning OSHA Access to Employee Medical Records (Reference: CPL 02-02-072)

02-023 Citation and IMIS Guidance for the Administrative Regulations Manual (ARM)

02-024A Severe Violator Enforcement Program (SVEP) (References: CPL 02-00-149; Memo from Thomas Galassi, 16 August 2012)

02-026 Misclassification of Employees in VOSH Cases

02-028A State and Local Government Penalties

02-032 Guidelines for Implementing the Field Sanitation Standard, 1928.110 (Reference: CPL 02-02-042)

02-050A General Schedule Inspection Errors: Guidance for Inspection of Establishments (Reference: DOLI Memo from Robert Field, 4/5/02)

02-053C Procedures for Photographs, Audio and Video Recordings Taken During VOSH Inspections or Investigations (Reference: CPL 02-00-098)

02-054A Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals, 1910.119- Inspection Procedures and Interpretative Guidance (Reference: CPL 02-02-045)

02-060B Inspection Procedures for the Hazard Communication Standard, 1910.1200, 1915.99, 197.28, 1918.90, 1926.59 and 1928.21 (Reference: CPL 02-02-079)

02-061 Citation Policy Regarding 29 CFR 1926.20, 29 CFR 1926.21 and Related General Safety and Health Provisions (Reference: STD 03-01-001)

02-062A Application of the Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standards, 1910.146 (Reference: CPL 02-00-100)

02-064A Procedure for Handling Issuance of Citations to VDOT

02-065C Procedures and Interpretations Manual for the Virginia Telecommunications Industries Confined Space Standard 16VAC25-70

02-067D Overhead High Voltage Line Safety Inspection Procedures and Interpretations

02-071 Inspection Guidelines for Post-Emergency Response Operations Under 29 CFR 1910.120 (Reference: CPL 02-02-051)

02-072B Index of General Industry Standards Applicable to the Construction Industry

02-073B Inspection Procedures for 29 CFR 1910.120 and 1926.65 Paragraph (q): Emergency Response to Hazardous Substance Releases (Reference: CPL 02-02-073)

02-101 OSHA/U.S. Coast Guard Authority Over Vessels (Reference: CPL 02-01-020)

02-105A Inspection Scheduling for Construction (Reference: CPL 02-00-155)

02-106 Nursing and Residential Care Facilities, Inspection Procedures (Reference: CPL 03-00-016)

02-110 VOSH Enforcement Policy for New Reporting Requirements under Va. Code §40.1-51.1.D and §16VAC25-85-1904 (Reference: Memorandum from Commissioner Davenport to VOSH Personnel, 30 June 2016)

02-206A Inspection of Grain Handling Facilities, §1910.272 (Reference: CPL 02-01-004)

02-208A Acceptance of U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Exemption DOT-E 8845 of the Select Fire Oil-Well Perforating System Detonator Interruption Device (DID) (Reference: STD 01-05-018)

02-209 Fixed Ladders Used on Outdoor Advertising Structures/Billboards in the Outdoor Advertising Industry (Reference: STD 01-01-014)

02-210A Compliance Procedures for the Excavation Standard

02-211B The Control of Hazardous Energy- Enforcement Policy and Inspection Procedures (Reference: CPL 02-00-147)

02-213 Inspection Procedures and Guidelines for Lift-Slab Construction Operations (Reference: STD 03-15-003)

02-214 Home-Based Worksites (Reference: CPL 02-00-125)

02-215 Enforcement Authority at the Department of Energy’s Government Owned, Contractor Operated (GOCO) Sites (Reference: CPL 02-00-095)

02-216 Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices- Inspection Procedures and Interpretive Guidelines (Reference: STD 01-16-007)

02-217 Guarding of Three-Roller Printing Ink Mills (Reference: STD 01-12-023)

02-218 Awareness Barriers Installed on Metal Cutting Shears (Reference: STD 01-12-025)

02-223 Abrasive Operations Using Cutoff Wheels and Masonry Saws, 1910.215, 1926.303 and 1926.702(i) (Reference: STD 01-12-026)

02-224B Inspection Policy and procedures for OSHA’s Steel Erection Standards for Construction; Clarification of OSHA’s Enforcement Policies Relating to Floors/Nets and Shear Connectors; Cancellation of CPL 02-01-046 (References: CPL 02-01-034; CPL 02-01-040; and PCL 02-01-048)

02-225D Focused Inspections in Construction- Renewal (References: OSHA Memos- James H. Stanley, 8/22/94 revised 10/22/04; and John B. Miles 4/5/95)

02-226A Enforcement of Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution Standard, 1910.269 (References: CPL 02-01-018; CPL 02-01-038)

02-228 Guidelines for Point of Operation Guarding of Power Press Brakes (Reference: CPL 02-01-025)

02-230 Inspection Procedures for enforcing Subpart L: Scaffolds in Construction, 29 CFR 1926.450-454 (Reference: CPL 02-01-023)

02-231B Inspection Procedures for Accessing Communication Towers by Hoist (Reference: CPL 02-01-056)

02-232A Compliance Assistance for the Powered Industrial truck Operator Training Standards (Reference: CPL 02-01-028)

02-234A 29 CFR Part 1910, Subpart T- Commercial Diving Operations (Reference: CPL 02-00-151)

02-235 Slide-locks- Enforcement Policy, Inspection Procedures and Performance Guidance Criteria (Reference: CPL 02-01-043)

02-240 Reverse Signal Operation Safety Requirements for Motor Vehicles, machinery and Equipment in General Industry and the Construction Industry, 16 VAC 25-97, Inspection Procedures and Interpretations

02-243A Part 1910, Subpart I, Enforcement Guidance for personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in General Industry (Reference: CPL 02-01-050)

02-244 Tree Trimming Operations, 16 VAC 25-73, Inspection Procedures and Interpretations (Corrected)

02-245 Compliance Policy for Manufacture, Storage, Sale, Handling, Use and Display of Pyrotechnics (Reference: CPL 02-01-053)

02-247A Compliance Directive for the Cranes and Derricks in Construction Standard, 1926.1400- 1926.1442 (Reference: CPL 02-01-063)

02-390B Compliance Guidelines for Residential Construction (Reference: STD 03-11-002)

02-395 Logging Operations, Inspection Procedures and Interpretive Guidance Including Twelve Previously Stayed Provisions (Reference: CPL 02-01-022)

02-399 Chocking of Tractor Trailer under the Powered Industrial Truck Standard (Reference: CPL 02-01-030)

02-400C Enforcement Procedures for the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens (Reference: CPL 02-02-069)

02-403A Compliance Dates for the Lead Standard with Clarification of the Implementation Schedule, 1910.1025 (Reference: CPL 02-02-047)

02-406 Air Contaminants Standard, 1910.1000- inspection Procedures and Enforcement Guidance resulting from Court Decision Vacating 1989 PELs

02-407 Lead exposure in Construction: Interim Final rule; Inspection and Compliance Procedures (Reference: CPL 02-02-058)

02-410 Brass and Bronze Ingot Manufacturing Industry Compliance Requirements and Dates under the Lead Standard, 1910.1025 (Reference: CPL 02-02-067)

02-411A Inspection Procedures for the Respiratory Protection Standard, 1910.134 (Reference: CPL 02-00-158)

02-412 Inspection Procedures for the Respirable Crystalline Silica Standards (Reference: CPL 02-02-080)

02-413 Guidelines for Noise Enforcement; Appendix A (Reference: CPL 02-02-035)

02-415 Inspection Procedures for Occupational Exposure to Methylene Chloride, Final Rule, 1910.1052, 1915.1052 and 1926.1152 (Reference: CPL 02-02-070)

02-419 Audiometric Testing Using Insert Phones

02-421 Technical Assistance and Guidelines for Superfund and Other Hazardous waste Site Activities (Reference: CPL 02-02-037)

02-422A Inspection Procedures for Occupational Exposure to Asbestos, Final Rule, 1910.1001, 1926.1101 and 1915.1001 (Reference PCL 02-02-063)

02-423 Occupational Exposure to hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories

02-426A Enforcement Procedures for Occupational exposure to Formaldehyde (Reference: CPL 02-02-052)

02-432 Inspection Procedures for Occupational Exposure to 1, 3-Butadiene (BD), 1910.1051 (reference: CPL 02-02-066)

02-433A Enforcement Procedures and Scheduling for Occupational Exposure to Tuberculosis (Reference: CPL 02-02-078)

02-436 Enforcement of the Occupational noise Exposure Standards, 1910.95, 1926.52 and 1926.101 (Reference; STD 1-4.1A)

02-437 Technical Enforcement and Assistance Guidelines for Hazardous waste Site and RCRA Corrective Action Clean-up Operations (Reference: CPL 02-02-071)

02-439 Section 1910.1018 Inspection and Compliance Procedures for the Permanent Occupational Exposure Standard for Inorganic Arsenic Compounds (Reference; CPL 02-02-022)

02-440 Inspection Procedures for the Chromium (VI) Standards (Reference: CPL 02-002-074)

02-442 Inspection Procedures for Occupational Exposure to Beryllium in General Industry, Construction and Public Sector Maritime

02-445 Inspection Procedures for the COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard

12.) Standards

12-003H Administrative Regulation Manual (ARM) for the VOSH Program

12-005 VOSH Voluntary Protective Program (VPP)

12-008 Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records, 1910.1020

12-013 Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention Plans §§1910.33 through 1910.39, Subpart E; Final Rule and Changes to Related Standards (Reference: OSHA Memorandum 02-02)

12-015N Standards Improvement Project –Phase IV (SIP-IV) Parts 1904, 1910, 1915, 1926

12-101 Amendments to the Applicability of Standards in 29 CFR Part 1910, 1928.21

12-102E Respiratory Protection Standard, 1910.134, and Other Related Standards in Part 1910 and 1926

12-105C Lead Standard, General Industry, 1910.1025, Amendments

12-108B Commercial Diving Operations, Subpart T of Part 1910

12-114B Mechanical Power-Transmission Apparatus, General Industry and Construction Industry, 1910.219 and 1926.307 respectively; Mechanical Power Presses, 1910.217; Telecommunications, 1910.268; and Hydrogen, 1910.103

12-115 Amendment to Virginia Commercial Diving Standard, 1910.430

12-118H Occupational Exposure to Asbestos, General Industry, 1910.1001, Shipyard Employment, 1915.1001, and Construction, 1926.1101; Revised Final Rule (Reference: OSHA Memorandum 98-3)

12-119B Confined Spaces in Construction, Part 1926, Subpart AA, 1926.1200-1926.1213; and Other Related Provisions, 1926.953, Enclosed Spaces; and 1926.968

12-120 Virginia Confined Space Standard for the Telecommunications Industry, 1910.268(t)

12-122 Lead Exposure in Construction, 1926.62 (Reference: CSP 01-01-027)

12-123C Hazard Communication Standard, 1910.1200, and Other Related Standards in Parts 1910, 1915, and 1926; Corrections and Technical Amendment

12-124B Amendment to Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standard for General Industry, 1910.146 (Reference: OSHA Memorandum 98-6)

12-125 Retention of Department of Transportation (DOT) Markings, Placards, and Labels: 1910.1201, 1915.100 and 1926.61

12-126 Employer Payment for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); Final Rule

12-127 Employer Duty to Provide Personal Protective (PPE) and Train Each Employee; Clarification of Final Rule; Parts 1910, 1915, 1917, 1918 and 1926; and Correction

12-151A Incorporation into Part 1926 those Part 1910 General Industry Safety and Health Standards determined to be Applicable to Construction Work

12-152F Occupational Injury and Illness Recording and Reporting Requirements, 1904.0 through 1904.46, and Amendments

12-201 Fall Protection in General Industry: 1910.23(c)(1), (c)(3), 1910.132(a) (Reference: STD 01-01-013)

12-202 Explosive Actuated Fastening Tools (Reference: STD 01-13-002)

12-205 Safety Standards for Signs, Signals, and Barricades, Subpart G, 1926.200 through 1926.203 (Reference: OSHA Memorandum 02-01)

12-211 Amendment to the Flammable Liquids Standard for General Industry, 1910.106-CFR Correction

12-220A Exemption for Religious Reasons from Wearing Hard Hats (Reference: STD 01-06-005)

12-226D Grain Handling Facilities Standard, 1910.272; Technical Amendment

12-227C Personal Protective Equipment, Parts 1910, 1915, 1917, 1918 and 1926; Amendments

12-228 Amendment Concerning Presence Sensing Device Initiation of Mechanical Power Presses, 1910.211 and 1910.217

12-230 Standard Concerning Safety Testing or Certification of Certain Workplace Equipment and Materials

12-231 Amendment Concerning Servicing of Single Piece and Multi-Piece Rimwheels

12-234C Underground Construction Standard, 1926.800

12-238B Excavations Standard, 1926.650 through 1926.652

12-239C Virginia Unique Construction Industry Standard for Sanitation: in General, 16VAC25-160-10 and Field Sanitation Standard, 16VAC25-180-10 (Agriculture)

12-240 Reverse Signal Operation Safety Requirements for Motor Vehicles, Machinery and Equipment in General Industry and the Construction Industry, 16VAC25-97

12-242B Gases, Vapors, Fumes, Dusts, and Mists, 1926.55; Amendments

12-243A Welding, Cutting and Brazing Standard, 1910.252-1910.257

12-244 Amendment Concerning Revision of Construction Industry Test and Inspection Records

12-245B Safety Standards for Scaffolds Used in the Construction Industry, Final Rule, 1926.450 through 1926.454; Repeal of 1926.556, Aerial Lifts; Corrections to 1926.451 and 1926.453; and Administrative Stay of 1926.451(b)

12-246A Overhead High Voltage Line Safety Act (Va. Code §§ 59.1‑406 through 59.1‑414)

12-247 Safety Standards for General Industry and Construction; Final Rule; and Technical Amendments

12-248E Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution, and Amendments, Parts 1910 and 1926

12-249 Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals, 1910.119, Amendment to Explosives and Blasting Agents, 1910.109; Corrections

12-250C Logging Operations, General Industry, 1910.266; and Corrections and Technical Amendments

12-251C Safety Standards for Steel Erection, 1926.750 through 1926.759, 1926.760 (d) and (e) and 1926.761; Revised Final Rule

12-252 16VAC25-75, Virginia Unique General Industry Standard for Telecommunications, General, Approach Distances

12-253 Virginia Unique Safety Standards for Fall Protection in Steel Erection, Construction Industry, 16VAC25-145 in lieu of 29 CFR 1926.760(a), 1926.760(b), and 1926.760(c)

12-254E Cranes and Derricks in Construction, 1926.1400-1926.1442

12-255 Tree Trimming Operations

12-256 Rigging Equipment for Material Handling Construction Standard, 1926.251; Correction and Technical Amendment

12-257A Powered Platforms, Manlifts, and Vehicle-Mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms, 1910.66-1910.67

12-258 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills, 1910.261

12-259 Textiles, 1910.262; Amendment

12-260 Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Protective Equipment (Fall Protection Systems), Final Rule; and Other Related Provisions

12-265 Sawmills, 1910.265; Amendments

12-333D Powered Industrial Trucks (PITs), Parts 1910, 1915, 1917.1, 1918.1, and 1926; Correction

12-334A Electrical Standard, Subpart S of Part 1910, 1910.302 through 1910.308

12-335A Revising Standards Referenced in 16VAC25-90-1910.102, Acetylene Standard for General Industry, 1910.102

12-337 Overhead and Gantry Cranes; Amendments

12-401 Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, 1910.120 and 1926.65

12-402B Occupational Exposure to Methylene Chloride (“MC”), General Industry, 1910.1052; Shipyard Employment, 1915.1052; and Construction 1926.1152; Revised Final Rule (Reference: OSHA Memorandum 98-2)

12-403 Occupational Exposure to 1,3-Butadiene, General Industry, 1910.1051; Final Rule

12-407 Ethylene Oxide Standard (Construction Industry), 1926.1147; and Correction

12-410A Occupational Exposure to Cotton Dust, 1910.1043

12-411A Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens, 1910.1030

12-415B Occupational Exposure to Hexavalent Chromium, Revising the Notification Requirements in the Exposure Determination Provisions of the Hexavalent Chromium Standards, paragraph (d)(4)(i) of 1910.1026 for General Industry, 1915.1026 for Shipyards and 1926.1126 for Construction

12-419H Amendments to the Air Contaminants Standards in General Industry, 1910.1000

12-420 Special Provisions for Air Contaminants, 1910.19; Amendments

12-421 Dipping and Coating Operations, General Industry, Revised Final Rule, 1910.122 through 1910.126 (Reference: OSHA Memorandum 99-1)

12-422A Methylenedianiline in Construction, 1926.60; Correction

12-423 Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories, 1910.1450: (Non-Mandatory) Appendix A-National Research Council Recommendations Concerning Chemical Hygiene in Laboratories; Technical Amendment

12-425A Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica; and Correcting Amendment

12-427B Occupational Exposure to Beryllium, General Industry, 1910.1024

12-429 Air Contaminants Standard in Public Sector Shipyard Employment, 1915.1000

12-430 Amendment to Vinyl Chloride for General Industry, 1910.1017; CFR Correction

12-432 Occupational Exposure to Beryllium, Construction Industry, 1926.1124

14.) Emphasis Programs

14-005C First Report of Injuries and Illnesses (FRI) Local Emphasis Program (LEP)

14-201 Local Emphasis Program (LEP): “Fall Hazards”

14-203 Special (National) Emphasis Program: Trenching and Excavation (Reference: CPL 02-00-069)

14-204A State Emphasis Program: Scaffolding

14-205 Public Sector Local Emphasis Program: Public Work Shops

14-215 Logging and Sawmill Industries-Local Emphasis Program (LEP) (References: CPL 02-07-018; CPL 04)

14-216A National Emphasis Program-Primary metal Industries (Reference: CPL 03-00-018)

14-219D State Emphasis Program (SEP): Reverse Signal Operation of Vehicles, Machinery and Equipment and Heavy Equipment (Generally)

14-221E State Emphasis Program: ‘Overhead High Voltage Line Safety for both General Industry and Construction”

14-233B National Emphasis Program (NEP): Amputations (Reference: CPL 03-00-019)

14-234 Local Emphasis Program-Tree Trimming Operations

14-236B National Emphasis Program-Combustible Dust (Reissued) (Reference: CPL 03-00-008)

14-405 Local Emphasis Program (LEP)-Asbestos

14-410 National Emphasis Program-Respirable Crystalline Silica (Reference: CPL 03-00-023)

14-411A Process Safety Management (PSM) Covered Chemical Facilities National Emphasis Program (NEP) (Reference: CPL 03-00-014)

14-415 National Emphasis Program-Occupational Exposure to Isocyanates (Reference: CPL 03-00-021)

14-430C Local Emphasis Program: Wastewater and Water Treatment Facilities

14-437B National Emphasis Program: Lead (Reference: CPL 03-00-009)

14-440 National emphasis Program-Facilities that Manufacture Food Flavorings Containing Diacetyl (Reference: CPL 03-00-011)

14-441 National Emphasis Program-Hexavalent Chromium (Reference: CPL 02-02-076)

14-442 Local Emphasis Program (LEP) Outdoor and Indoor Heat-Related Hazards (Reference: CPL 03-00-024)

14-443 National Emphasis Program: Warehousing