New Jersey Emergency Preparedness laws & safety compliance analysis
New Jersey Emergency Preparedness: What you need to know
New Jersey has adopted by reference the federal emergency action/fire prevention plan standards for public sector workplaces (NJAC 12:100-4.2). Federal and private sector employers are governed by federal OSHA and must comply with federal requirements. Public sector employers (state and local government) are subject to emergency preparedness requirements that are identical to the federal standards.