Occupational Safety and Health
These Occupational Safety and
Health Standards were promulgated by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of
Labor under the authority of the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health
Act of 1970 (84 Statute 1590-1620). Any changes, additions, deletions or
interpretations subsequently made will be adopted as if fully set forth herein.
Title 29, Chapter XVII, Part 1910
as published in the Federal Register, Volume 39, Number 125, June 27, 1974.
Sec. 31-372-101-1910. Safety
and health standards for general industry
Adopt as Section
31-372-101-1910., U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health
Administration, OSHA Safety and Health Standards (29 CFR Part 1910), OSHA
Publication 2206, Revised November 7, 1978.
29 CFR Part 1910
Note: For all public sector
employers 1910.1000 Table Z-1 Limits for Air Contaminants differs from the
federal standard. See Table Z-1 Limits for Air
Contaminants (public sector only).
and health regulations for construction
Adopt as Section
31-372-107-1926., U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health
Administration, 29 CFR 1926. Safety and Health Regulations for Construction with
29 CFR Part 1910. General Industry Safety and Health Regulations Identified as
Applicable to Construction; revised to and published on February 9, 1979 in Book
2 of the Federal Register Volume 44 – No. 29, 2-9-79.
29 CFR Part 1926
Sec. 31-374-3. Reporting and
record keeping standard
The standard for the reporting
and recording of occupational illnesses and injuries, as required by chapter 571
of the Connecticut General Statutes, shall be the standard set forth in 29 CFR
Part 1904, except for sections 1904.1, 1904.2, note to subpart B and
non-mandatory appendix A to subpart B.
29 CFR Part 1904
CONN-OSHA’S alternative approach to adoption of the Federal OSHA
Site-Specific Targeting (SST), CPL 02-01-062 December 14, 2020
alternative approach to adoption of the Federal OSHA Field
Operations Manual (FOM) - 2020
January 13, 2022