The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has redesigned its State Plans webpage, where visitors can click on their state’s mapped location and see if its safety programs are state or federally run, with a pop-up box offering contact information and a brief overview of which workers are covered.

OSHA-state-plans-webpageSome 22 states have jurisdiction over private industry and state and local government entities. Six other states have jurisdiction only over government agencies.

Under the page’s “Monitoring of State Plans” resources, the agency provides links to Federal Annual Monitoring Evaluation Reports, the State Plan Policy Procedures Manual and contact information for OSHA’s federal Office of State Programs.