ESC Compliance in New Jersey – Lockout/Tagout in New Jersey (NJ)
ESC services all locations in New Jersey. New Jersey has a state run OSHA program and ESC specializes in customizing your lockout/tagout procedures to not only exceed New Jersey lockout/tagout regulations, but also to meet your satisfaction as the most efficient and easy to follow procedure possible.
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About the New Jersey State Plan
The Public Employee Occupational Safety and Health Program (PEOSH), by authority established under the PEOSH Act of 1995 (N.J.S.A 34:6A-25 et seq., enacted in 1984 and amended on July 25, 1995) is responsible for promoting the health and safety for approximately 500,000 state and local government employees in the state. The New Jersey Plan received initial plan approval on January 11, 2001. The Plan designates the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development as the state agency responsible for administering the Plan throughout the state. Under this enabling legislation, the Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development has full authority to enforce and administer all laws and rules protecting the safety and health of all employees of the state and its political subdivisions in the state, as well the responsibility to adopt all applicable federal standards and maintain “at least as effective” as performance requirements. The Commissioner of Health and Senior Services has authority for occupational health matters including the authority to conduct health inspections, investigations and related activities, such as health consultation visits and training.