OSHA Guide – Cranes and Derricks in Construction

OSHA Regional Offices

How to Contact OSHA

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Region I
Boston Regional Office
(CT*, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT*)
JFK Federal Building, Rm E340
Boston, MA  02203
(617) 565-9860
(617) 565-9827 FAX

Region II
New York Regional Office
(NJ*, NY*, PR*, VI*)
201 Varick St, Rm 670
New York, NY  10014
(212) 337-2378
(212) 337-2371 FAX

Region III
Philadelphia Regional Office
(DE, DC, MD*, PA, VA*, WV)
The Curtis Center
170 S Independence Mall West
Suite 740 West
Philadelphia, PA  19106-3309
(215) 861-4900
(215) 861-4904 FAX

Region IV
Atlanta Regional Office
(AL, FL, GA, KY*, MS, NC*, SC*, TN*)
61 Forsyth St, SW, Rm 6T50
Atlanta, GA  30303
(678) 237-0400
(678) 237-0447 FAX

Region V
Chicago Regional Office
(IL*, IN*, MI*, MN*, OH, WI)
230 South Dearborn St, Rm 3244
Chicago, IL  60604
(312) 353-2220
(312) 353-7774 FAX

Region VI
Dallas Regional Office
(AR, LA, NM*, OK, TX)
525 Griffin St, Rm 602
Dallas, TX  75202
(972) 850-4145
(972) 850-4149 FAX
(972) 850-4150 FSO FAX

Region VII
Kansas City Regional Office
(IA*, KS, MO, NE)
Two Pershing Square Building
2300 Main St, Suite 1010
Kansas City, MO  64108-2416
(816) 283-8745
(816) 283-0547 FAX

Region VIII
Denver Regional Office
(CO, MT, ND, SD, UT*, WY*)
Cesar Chavez Memorial Building
1244 Speer Blvd, Suite 551
Denver, CO  80204
(720) 264-6550
(720) 264-6585 FAX

Region IX
San Francisco Regional Office
(AZ*, CA*, HI*, NV*, and American Samoa, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands)
90 7th St, Suite 18100
San Francisco, CA  94103
(415) 625-2547
(415) 625-2534 FAX

Region X
Seattle Regional Office
(AK*, ID, OR*, WA*)
300 Fifth Ave, Suite 1280
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 757-6700
(206) 757-6705 FAX

* These states and territories operate their own OSHA-approved job safety and health plans and cover state and local government employees as well as private sector employees. The Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, New York and Virgin Islands programs cover public employees only. (Private sector workers in these states are covered by Federal OSHA). States with approved programs must have standards that are identical to, or at least as effective as, the Federal OSHA standards.

NOTE:  To get contact information for OSHA area offices, OSHA-approved state plans and OSHA consultation projects, visit OSHA online at www.osha.gov or call 800-321-OSHA (6742).