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These code comparison studies are the prod-
uct of a cooperative effort between the States
and the Bureau of Labor Standards.
ciate each State's
contribution which enabled
us to evaluate the requirements
of that State
safety codes and to have our evaluation
firmed by the appropriate State officials.
incorporated with each chart
appraisal of the State
s safety rulemaking
rmit each study to be used
. When removed from the booklet
The several I
vely reviewing and revising the stand-
this study very enlightening.
believe this booklet of
as a useful means
the States and to the safety
standards committees and their sponsors who
time and effort to
ment and promotion of national voluntary stand-
ards. We thank particularlythoseState agencies
and officials who assisted our staff in making
TABLE OF CONTENTS
. 4 II
Background on the
CHARTS AND PROGRESS REPORTED
son of State
Safety Codes With USAS
son of State Safety
Codes With USAS
Machinery and Operations,
Comparison of State Safety Codes With USAS
. 4 4 5
Cleaning, A39.1-1959 .
Comparison of State
Comparison of State
Comparison of State Safety Codes
and Protection of Abrasive
Wheels, B7.1 -1 964.
The Bureau of Labor Standards' Code Com-
of each State'
safety laws and codes
United States of
s of the
Early in 1950,
the Bureau initiated a prelim-
i nary study on
of conformity be-
tween State safety codes and national
This came as
a result of the first
Industrial Safety in
in State codes.
In 1958 the Bureau began a
code comparison program covering 20
codes; this was completed in
17 national safety standards
used in the com-
are in the process of being or
The purpose of this
six code comparisons, is to detail the
made during the
safety rulemaking activity for selected areas
and to show the degree
of uniformity of the
with the nationally recog-
nized safety standards.
These six code com-
completed in 1967.
The comparison studies
show the degree of
those of the national voluntary standards' re-
quirements, a ls,
among the States
In 151 a code comparison study was made
of the applicable State safety regulations and
the then "American Standard Safety Code for
Woodworking Machinery." This study disclosed
that 20 States had administratively promulgated
mandatory safety regulations, and one State
was using statutory provisions only.
eight States had no mandatory minimum safety
regulations for woodworking machinery. The de-
gire of uniformity among State regulations for
worker protection in this area was poor.
In 1981 another code comparison study was
made of the applicable State safety regulations
"American Standard Safety Code for
(R1961). At this time, 36 States, Puerto Rico,
and the District of Columbia had administra-
tively promulgated minimum mandatory safety
codes, and three States were using statutory
have any safety
Eleven States still
rda. of waodworkino machinery,
*: I N uniformity for worker protection im-
The impact study made in the same manner
as the earlier studies now shows 40 States,
.Pejrto lio., and the District of Columbia have
:.* "::.::.** ::;::. ^
safety requirements for woodworking
Of the 40 States, three are still
attutory provi:uSions only. The degree of
fty for worker protection from the haz-
V woodworking machinery has improved
;tumifary oveAr this 1S-year period, 16
hIme purmDlgated safety codes or
*::Wi: l$t1 noe requirements ex-
S.hi. W I Saes, 114 promulgated
,S -4rr, .. lmrity id lester d by the
.3:* a admrini ai rnt iiiive depart-
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COMPARISON OF STATE SAFETY CODES WITH USAS-WOODV
S*u DMFiuiONS PLANT LAYOUT MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT
SHEET 1 t. --- E
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'OF i i- P 1 i-
2sNHEETs oo I I I I I I I I I I .
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FLO"'"IDAL CODEr I J'lJl l / 4
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TE.INSSE CODE |
INRIANA CODE |
EONNUCA co0,. ."t a I .. ..
OINMw LND I I 1
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MoNOANAADIA D I ~ aS
NEW OHIMPSWi COOE | I l l i e \\1 ''
NEW M EXICO 1
NEW LVNIA COK Y S I I -
No.IH CA.ODINA COD.E_ : m
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WYOSINGTO N cQDE^ ~ I ~ I ~ I ~ i ~~
WE- VIRINIA CODE [ --- -*
WO a ~ ^
WDISOMIN G COUMI D i I I I | I .
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COMPARISON OF STATE SAFETY CODES WITH USAS-WOODWORKING MACHINERY, 01.1-1954 (R1961)
SANDERS VENEER MACHINERY COOPIRAGE MACHINERY
MACHINE s GENERAL NOTES
SHEET 2 S O August 24, 196, the American Standards Asso
SAS stituted as the United States of America Standards
OF S ~ Sa aids approved as American Standards are now design
2 O F 3 e i no chan .ne iSHE!n oir index id. i.i.
2 I > z S 0 w O S e S 1 The charts in this series are Intended to show a c
oSHEETS S3tSl 2 I 6 I laws with applcable provisions of the standards oft
o 0 = l x I0 S- 5a0g32+ merica Standards nstatute. The charts do not atten
Ei |i I I g State enforcement procedures or to weigh the import
-- Z 0 O visions. The charts should be considered only as
---- N ~- --- S means of evaluating the State program for protection
STATE d.. d area covered by the State law.
AAAMA Coo SPECIFIC NOTES
D e 1The Department of Industial Relations otherwise Iee
AiZNA CO o I ican Standards Association's .American Standard Sa
.. ., Ce- worktg Plants,' ASA 01
__,___,________,__ so___ _- _2 e One of the applicable law s is restricted to logging an
SThe applicable law (or one such law) is restricted to
CONNICTICUT COD6 one of the applicable aws is restricted to woodwo,
=w,,, -- e ,o ofo the Basic Safety Manual effectivee June 8, 1959)
IAWARE CO "Mchinery, tools, or other devices not covered by t
FtLOIoA CODe *, codes of the State of Arkansas) shall be safeguar
with the applicable provisions of the *American S
oOgQ IA CODE? h tion safety Code apppllying heret.' "
HAWAII COD5 sThe industrial Commission by Resolution. dated M
,o. "o :OD, P + .- ., rtinued in effect certain codes of the American Star
IDAHO COE that the Commission had approved as Safety Codes
iUNOI *cOV V tme ** e- Whethe or not this Resolution has the force of
_-_INDIANA CODE ** 6The Labor Department on August 15, 1961, adopted
IOWA S,,AU,, .' *** .i. :.* ulations t'o apply oi all places of employment with t
-of law, the American Standard "Safety Code for Wo
KANISAS _STATTe_ 1ery," ASA 01.1-1954 CR1961).
KINTUCKY CODe P a s *a* ._ a a 7 Rule 60 of the Commissioner of Labor, ,ade pu
l.OUISIANA 54-122(d) of the Georgia statute, states that operatic
U i not covered by other rules, shall be governed by cod
MAINE I Standards Association.
MAYAND CoDS The Comnssioner ofa Labo state Section 44-36
MA$SACHUSETTS CODE^5 *< (*.v!;- l K1 *; *I *. r. *." G Oenral to provide authority to the Kansas Oepartm
Squre -recognized standards for industrial safety and I
MICHIGAN Department of Labor administratively adopted .
MINNESOTA CODE S S e as a minimum requirement for industrial safety and hi
M ISIt i I. jl'e Department of Labor and Industry on June 1,
MISSOURI STATUTE a a issued as regulations to apply In all places of er
force and effect of law, the American Standard Saf'
MONtANA COD8E 5a S working Machinery, ASA 01.1-1954 (R1961).
NIIIBRASKA CODE "3 | I |
s'Ne o ,,, a-++10Ruhe 1 of General Rules, North Dakota Industrial Sa
NE. ASACo *' s a*** a E sa, Juloy ,11, 1960),provides that no machine, tool, or oth
"NEVAD -as__ used which does not comply with the applicable
N EWHAM HII COE S American Standards Association.
NEW JESoE. ,SY CODE n 1One of the applicable laws is restricted to sawmill
NEW MtXICO plants.
NEWYORK ICOD! C aSo S s ** e' *
NORTH CAROLINA cow ,_
NORTH DAKOtA COD|10 | a|
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WHOMA e "COE ||||__ l_~sE| | S.Xw ,' .'
O AHO LMAN CO %" ""
WASHNMON CaO S m 5g S i I s r^
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COMPARISON OF STATE SAFETY CODES WITH USAS-LAU
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D|t 0 tOwMUMIA
STARCHING AND DRYING
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OURCE: United slatas of AmoIca Standatd Safety Code for LAUNDRY MACHINERY AND OPERATIONS, USAS Z8.1-1961, adf cotlesponding plov
isions of available
State laws (statutory and
U.S. DEPARTMENT (
WAGE AND LABOR STANDARD
SSame at i sito ta standfrd
rm fiet ,evnriive c hn standard
li31' te1 *I r .than c ondoad
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The initial codo comparison itudy between
the "Amarican Safety Code for Window Clean-
Ing," ASA A39.1-1U^and the applicable Ste
afety regulations woe made in 1963, At that
time 24 States, Puem Rico, and the District of
Columbia had mandatry safety codes for win-
dow cleaning, end only two States wn stlll
uling statutory provislana. Thie left 24 States
which had no mintilum n inditory safety re-
qul mna for th9 .intard of window leaning.
'=iiii i: unlainitt: faworkler .pmstion under the
l..a of tht. ktea: pooa.
11t oi t stfludy ihow a e mall improve-
nrant~ aN 2. Sati lJack asIe type of safety
trequirment for window cleaning. There is ap-
prelarble change in the degree of uniformity
far -wmer- protection.
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COMPARISON OF STATE SAFETY CODES WITH US AS--tEXTILE SA~Y CODE, L"
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WAGE AND LABOR STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION
On Auast 24, 196, I
United States of Amenl
Standards ae now desl
destification 1 lechni
The charts in his seie
plclBble provisions ot 1
slttute. The clalts do
to welii' the timpo tanc
only as one of a number
workers n the area cOV
The Depaartment of
can Standards Ass
2Rule 1 of the Ba
part, that "Machint
(safety codes of I
ance with the app
citlion's Safety Co
3 Rule 60 of the Co
of the Georiga stall
by other lules, sh
eral to provide au
pastment of Labo'
5The Industrial Safe
the American Star
tor use as a guide
employee, safety e
6The Oepartment of
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7The Scope or the
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July I, 1960), pro
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COMPARISON OF STATE SAFETY CODES WITH USAS-THE USE, CARE, AND PROTECTION OF ABRASIVE
OKLAN 0 MA
SRcOE ID OEFNmrItio
WASMINWToN C -
DIST F oOLUMI A CODE
S(RI~CE: Un IIV S ot Aw OIa SMttie y Ct.o tvCft Use, C~a,d PI i. ol At*nne ltm ls USAS BTI LS cit. a oespo sl pow s oj val i tae Stale I t (sfatultoq ; a t rsa .
Les i"Rlntlnc4 mao sBndoMd
U,5. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
WAGE AND LABOR STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION
STAUTrE: 8r~ra~ 1 ejce
ty 4 Posta, r Msi t at,* Sj
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COMPARISON OF STATE SAFETY CODES WITH USAS-THE USE, CARE, AND PROTECTION OF ABRASIVE WHEELS, B7.1-1964
MISt S SIPPI
On AUGust 24. 166, he Amercan Steraard Aisocialios was reteo.
sltduled as Ihe United SbIes Ql Ameuca Slsdrdt InsliltWi. Stand
ards appnvd as American Suardalds are now dsi~naIed USA ShItars.
There is no change her index identificalion or Itchoricl couten.
The aiart s inis series are intended to show a coans of State
laws with aplicakle provislns ol the standards of the United Sta es
of Arineca Standaolf linhluTe, The darts do nol aUe~ t l evaluete
the State enforcernit pociiduls ot to *I ti the lt artanc of specific
provisions. The chails should Ne considered only as on ot a onumboe
ofl ~ans o evaluating the State pro/grai for protection ol woke's 1i
Ihe .re, coveted t the State law
The applicable law or onIe sch law) i lrestriuled to cn ,ituctin o
'Rule I o Ie the Basic Safey anatl (e/feclive June 8, 1959 slates, 10 wt, th l "Macrnety,
tools, or other devices not cowered bv Ithose codes (safely codes of Ihe State o Alansas]
shall be saflteided im accordance will thi applicable provisaos of the 'Aeican Stand-
ards Assorialion Safety Code applying I teo. This rule is in terpetedt ttie Coimis-
sioner of Labor ai applying to the latest UASI standard.
'The industrial Commission by gesolulton, dated May 26, 19I5. continued in eiteci ce ltin
codes o1 the Amelitca Sladtids Assoiasioln Itial Ihe Commission had approved as Safely
Codes on April 4, Il, D Wtieher 01 naot is ResfllliOn has Ite i 0fce of law has not been
Rulte 60 of the Comffmissioner o LabOr, made pul st lto Section 54-122() o the Goigra
slatute, slltes that o atios and equipment, not covered by other rules, shall be governd
by codes of the American Stsrandas Associatiio It is inlerpreled y the ConiiSsioCiCe ol
labot as applying to Ite lalest USAS! standard
'The Collmissioner of Lao states "Sectni 443 and 44137 oF tihe Kaisas Sliatte,
1.49, s interpreted by the offce of theAlt rney CGertal lo provide alllhrly to the Kansas
Dlepartlent ia Laor lto t require lrecolized standards lor industrial safely and health The
Kansas Departient of Labi adminstratively adopted this ASA Stladaid as a
minimum (reEqu rieol for indostial safety and health>"
LThe Departlmen of Late. and Industry ao June I~5 adopleu n iin ssued as regulalions
to apply in all place. of employment with lie force ai effllect of law the United
SCales Stlandard Safety Code for The Use, Care and Prolection of Arasive Wheels,"
'Rule of GenEial Riles, North Dakola General Safely Code (adapted July I, 196
provides that no machine. tool, o other device shalt be used which does not comply with
wilh ihe applicable safet code i3 the American Stand~lds Association.
LThe Oeparmentl of Labor and Industry on July Il. 1S adopted iAnd issued as regula-
lions wilh Ile 0ole and efectl f law ie "United Slates ci America Standard Safety Code
la i he Use, Cane and Proflecion of Abaisve ieets," US AS8 -14,
'The Miminiuli Wap and Industrial Saetly 6ord uses approved Unsled States of America
Slianaids linslitle's safety codes as guides In correct hands and haardtious conditions
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