ESC Compliance in Maryland – Lockout/Tagout in Maryland (MD)

ESC services all locations in Maryland. Maryland has a state run OSHA program and ESC specializes in customizing your lockout/tagout procedures to not only exceed Maryland lockout/tagout regulations, but also to meet your satisfaction as the most efficient and easy to follow procedure possible. We will bring your company into compliance with our lockout/tagout services in Maryland.

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About the Maryland State Plan

The State of Maryland, under agreement with OSHA, operates an occupational safety and health program in accordance with Section 18 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. The Maryland plan was certified on February 15, 1980 and was granted final state plan approval on July 18, 1985.

The Maryland Occupational Safety and Health Program (MOSH) is part of the Maryland Division of Labor and Industry. Ron DeJuliis is currently Commissioner of Labor and Industry. Maryland OSHA is headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland, and has field offices in Easton and Hagerstown.

MOSH’s mission is to assure, as far as possible, safe and healthful working conditions for the two million plus working men and women in the state of Maryland. This mission is attained through implementation of multiple tools including: adoption of standards that are as effective as OSHA’s standards, state-specific standards development, enforcement, human resource initiatives, compliance assistance, training and education, outreach, partnerships, alliances, voluntary protection programs, development of research and statistical targeting capabilities, a strategic management focus, and information technology strategies that track and optimize overall agency performance.

MOSH operates its programs under state law with OSHA approval, matching grants, and oversight to ensure programs are “at least as effective” as OSHA. MOSH retains the flexibility to tailor programs to address Maryland’s local issues and concerns.

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