The Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act covers most private sector employers and their workers, in addition to some public sector employers and their workers in the 50 states, either directly through OSHA or through an OSHA-approved State Plan.
State Plans are OSHA-approved job safety and health programs operated by individual states instead of federal OSHA.
21 states have State Plans that cover both private and public sector workers. CT, IL, ME, NJ and NY have State Plans that cover state and local government public sector workers only.
Click on the states below in blue to be directed to the applicable OSHA State Plan.
Alaska Alaska Labor Standards and Safety
Arizona Arizona Administrative Code
Connecticut CONN-OSHA adopts federal OSHA regulations and standards identically.
California Cal/OSHA - Title 8 Regulations
Hawaii HIOSH Standards Administrative Rules
Illinois Illinois OSHA adopts Federal OSHA regulations and standards identically.
Indiana Indiana OSHA adopts Federal OSHA regulations and standards identically.
Iowa Iowa OSHA Administrative Rules and Iowa Code
Kentucky Kentucky OSH Regulations
Maine MEOSH Safety and Health Standards
Maryland Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation
Michigan MIOSHA Standards
Minnesota Minnesota OSHA Compliance Standards and Regulations
Nevada Nevada Register of Administrative Regulations Standards
New Jersey New Jersey PEOSH Health Standards
New Mexico New Mexico Occupational Health & Safety Bureau
New York New York Division of Safety and Health Code Rules
North Carolina NCDOL Standards Information and Activity
Oregon Oregon OSHA Current Laws and Rules
Puerto Rico PR Regulations (In Spanish and English)
South Carolina South Carolina OSHA Safety/Health Standards
Tennessee TOSHA Standards and Rules
Utah Utah Administrative Code
Vermont VOSHA Rules and Regulations
Virgin Islands VIDOSH adopts federal OSHA regulations and standards identically.
Virginia VOSH Regulations/Standards
Washington Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, Rules & Requirements
Wyoming Wyoming OSHA Standards
This map and the quick links are provided as a courtesy by Weeklysafety.com. For more information on OSHA State Plans please visit osha.gov.