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GENERAL INDUSTRY SAFETY STANDARDS 

Part Number

Standard Title    
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Effective Date

Related Information     

General Provisions  

8/17/93

Compared to OSHA
Agency Instruction

1A  

Abrasive Wheels  

6/10/09

Compared to OSHA
 

2  

Floor & Wall Openings, Stairways & Skylights  

11/30/89

Compared to OSHA
 

3  

Fixed Ladders  

1/31/98

Compared to OSHA  

4  

Portable Ladders  

1/16/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

5  

Scaffolding  

8/18/16

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy 

6  

Fire Exits  

4/29/15

Compared to OSHA 
 

7  

Guards for Power Transmission  

3/11/16

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

Portable Fire Extinguishers  

1/24/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

9  

Fixed Fire Equipment  

1/25/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

11  

Polishing, Buffing and Abrading  

6/5/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

12  

Welding and Cutting  

6/12/13

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy

13  

Derricks 
(29 CFR 1910.181)  

5/15/82

Compared to OSHA

14  

Conveyors  

3/21/13

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy

17  

Refuse Packer Units  

3/21/13

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy

18  

Overhead and Gantry Cranes  

6/5/13

Compared to OSHA
CET Publications

Implementation Strategy

19  

Crawler, Locomotive and Truck Cranes  

9/4/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

20  

Underhung Cranes & Monorail Systems  

9/24/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

21  

Powered Industrial Trucks  

8/17/16

Compared to OSHA
CET Publications

Implementation Strategy

22  

Tractors  

4/12/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

23  

Hydraulic Power Presses  

3/5/97

Compared to OSHA

24  

Mechanical Power Presses  

10/30/93

Compared to OSHA 

25  

Manlifts 
(29 CFR 1910.68)  

5/30/97

Compared to OSHA

26  

Metalworking Machinery  

3/5/97

Compared to OSHA 

27  

Woodworking Machinery  

4/12/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

33  

Personal Protective Equipment  

5/28/15

Compared to OSHA
PPE for GI (SP #16)

Implementation Strategy

37  

Accident Prevention Signs and Tags  

4/11/14

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

38  

Hand and Portable Powered Tools  

4/9/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

39  

Design Safety Standards for Electrical Systems 
(29 CFR 1910.302-308 & 399)  

5/12/15

Compared to OSHA 
GFCI Requirements for General Industry Fact Sheet (pdf/ doc)  
Agency Instruction

40  

Safety-Related Work Practices 
(29 CFR 1910.331)  

4/13/15

Compared to OSHA 
Agency Instruction 
  

42  

Forging  

3/21/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

44  

Foundries  

4/29/13

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy

45  

Die Casting  

5/29/15

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

49  

Slings  

1/17/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

50   

Telecommunications  

4/29/15

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

51  

Logging  

8/12/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

52  

Sawmills  

9/23/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

53  

Tree Trimming and Removal  

6/1/83

Compared to OSHA 
Agency Instruction

54  

Powered Groundskeeping Equipment  

12/16/83

Compared to OSHA  

55  

Explosives and Blasting Agents 
(29 CFR 1910.109)  

4/29/15

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy

56  

Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases 
(29 CFR 1910.110)  

4/30/15

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy  

57  

Oil and Gas Drilling and Servicing Operations  

5/7/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

58  

Aerial Work Platforms  

9/24/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

59  

Helicopters 

4/14/15

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy  

62  

Plastic Molding  

4/13/15

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

Fact Sheet

63  

Pulp, Paper and Paperboard Mills  

11/4/14

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy

65  

Mills and Calendars for Rubber and Plastic  

3/22/13

Compared to OSHA
Implementation Strategy

69  

Compressed Gases: Acetylene, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Nitrous Oxide (29 CFR 1910.101-105)   

10/15/12

Compared to OSHA 

71  

Laundry and Dry Cleaning Machinery and Operations  

3/22/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

72  

Automotive Service Operations  

6/5/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

73  

Fire Brigades  

5/28/15

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

74  

Fire Fighting   

4/19/16

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

75  

Flammable Liquids 
(29 CFR 1910.106)  

9/25/13

Compared to OSHA  

76  

Spray Finishing Using Flammable and Combustible Materials 
(29 CFR 1910.107 and 1910.94(c))  

1/17/14

Compared to OSHA 
  

77  

Grain Handling Facilities 
(29 CFR 1910.272) 

8/22/14

Compared to OSHA 
August 24, 2010 - Letter to Employers  

78  

Storage and Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia 
(29 CFR 1910.111)  

4/30/15

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

81  

Baking Operations  

11/4/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

85  

The Control of Hazardous Energy Sources (Lockout/Tagout) (29 CFR 1910.147)  

3/11/16

Instruction (GISHD-COM-07-3) 
Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet 
LO/TO Compliance Guide (SP #27) 
OSHA Instruction (CPL 02-00-147)  

86  

Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution 
(29 CFR 1910.269)  

5/12/15

Compared to OSHA
Agency Instruction

90  

Permit-Required Confined Spaces   
(29 CFR 1910.146)  

6/21/11

Compared to OSHA 
Declaratory Ruling - Michigan Sugar  
Instruction

91  

Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals 
(29 CFR 1910.119)  

9/26/13

Compared to OSHA  

92  

Hazard Communication
(29 CFR 1910.1200)  
*New Version*

2/5/14

Compared to OSHA  
Agency Instruction,
RTK Hazard Communication Compliance Guideline (SP #22)

Note: This is new version of Hazard Communication Standard. The paragraphs of the new standard come into effect in stages from 12/1/2013 to 6/1/2016 Effective Dates of Requirements of New Hazard Communication Standard.

 92

Hazard Communication
(29 CFR 1910.1200) 
*Old Version*

 

Note: This is previous version of Hazard Communication Standard. Some sections of the old standard remain in effect until 5/31/2016.

93  

Air Receivers 
(29 CFR 1910.169)  

8/7/00

Compared to OSHA  

94 

Textiles 
(29 CFR 1910.262)  

8/12/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

 

 

Note: The effective date of each standard as shown is not necessarily the original publication date but is the date of the latest amendment to the standard.   


GENERAL INDUSTRY HEALTH STANDARDS    
            

Part Number

Standard Title    
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Effective Date

Related Information     

301  

Air Contaminants for General Industry  

3/20/13

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet  

302  

Vinyl Chloride  

9/25/13

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

303  

Methylenedianiline (MDA)  

4/14/15

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet  

304  

Ethylene Oxide  

3/3/15

Compared to OSHA  

305  

Asbestos for General Industry
(29 CFR 1910.1001)   

6/12/13

Compared to OSHA 
Asbestos Program Homepage  
Implementation Strategy

306  

Formaldehyde  

12/16/14

Compared to OSHA 
CET Publications 
Fact Sheet  

307  

Acrylonitrile  

3/3/15

Compared to OSHA  

308  

Inorganic Arsenic  

4/11/14

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

309  

Cadmium  

6/5/13

Compared to OSHA 
Fact Sheet   
Implementation Strategy

310  

Lead  

3/3/15

Compared to OSHA 
CET Publications  

311  

Benzene  

8/12/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

312  

1,3-Butadiene 
(29 CFR 1910.1051)  

1/21/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

313  

Methylene Chloride 
(29 CFR 1910.1052)  

9/26/13

Compared to OSHA  

314  

Coke Oven Emissions  

9/25/13

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

315  

Chromium (VI) in General Industry 
(29 CFR 1910.1026)  

8/18/16

Compared to OSHA 
OSHA Settlement Agreement on Hexavalent Chromium (Division Memorandum) 
Fact Sheet   

350  

Carcinogens 

9/25/13

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

380  

Occupational Noise Exposure  
(29 CFR 1910.95)

7/2/93

Compared to OSHA 
CET Publications 
Fact Sheet  

381  

Ionizing Radiation  

8/24/09

Compared to OSHA  

382  

Nonionizing Radiation  

8/7/02

Compared to OSHA  

430  

Hazard Communication
(29 CFR 1910.1200)  
*New Version*

2/5/14

 

Compared to OSHA  
Agency Instruction 
RTK Hazard Communication Compliance Guideline (SP #22)  

Note: This is new version of Hazard Communication Standard. The paragraphs of the new standard come into effect in stages from 12/1/2013 to 6/1/2016. Effective Dates of Requirements of New Hazard Communication Standard.

430  

Hazard Communication
(29 CFR 1910.1200) 
*Old Version*

 

Note: This is previous version of Hazard Communication Standard. Some sections of the old standard remain in effect until 5/31/2016.

431  

Hazardous Work in Laboratories  

1/17/14

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

432  

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response  

3/27/14

Compared to OSHA  
Implementation Strategy

433  

Personal Protective Equipment  

2/13/14

Compared to OSHA 
PPE for GI (SP #16)   
Implementation Strategy

451  

Respiratory Protection 
(29 CFR 1910.134)   

1/21/14

Compared to OSHA 
August 26, 2006 Amendment 
MIOSHA Tuberculosis Instructions 
CET Publications 
Respirator Medical Questionnaire en Español    
Standard Interpretation    
Implementation Strategy

470  

Employee Medical Records and Trade Secrets  

1/17/14

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy 

472  

Medical Services and First Aid  

8/19/14

Compared to OSHA 
CET Publications,
MIOSHA Agency Instructions:
MIOSHA-STD-07-1R3 

(Eyewash/Shower),
MIOSHA-STD-08-3R2 
(1st Aid GI & Construction)   

474 

Sanitation  

3/3/15

Compared to OSHA  

478 

Illumination  

 

Rescinded - See GI Part 52 Sawmills and OH Part 432 Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response

490 

Permit-Required Confined Spaces
(29 CFR 1910.146)  

11/6/99

Compared to OSHA 
CET Publications 
Instruction

501 

Agricultural Operations 

12/11/02

Compared to OSHA  

504 

Diving Operations 

4/19/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

511 

Temporary Labor Camps 

4/12/13

Compared to OSHA 
Implementation Strategy

520 

Ventilation Control 

3/31/16

Compared to OSHA 
CET Publications 

523 

Abrasive Blasting 

3/11/16

Compared to OSHA 

525 

Grinding, Polishing and Buffing 

4/1/03

Compared to OSHA 

526 

Dipping and Coating Operations
(29 CFR 1910.122 to 1910.126)

3/11/16

Compared to OSHA 

529 

Welding, Cutting and Brazing 

12/22/15

Compared to OSHA 

554 

Bloodborne Infectious Diseases 

11/4/14

Compared to OSHA 
CET Publications 
Fact Sheet 
Implementation Strategy

  MIOSHA Tuberculosis Instructions (NOT a standard)     

591 

Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals
(29 CFR 1910.119)

9/26/13

Compared to OSHA 

Note: The effective date of each standard as shown is not necessarily the original publication date but is the date of the latest amendment to the standard.   

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