- US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Evaluation of Cured-in-Place-Pipe (Hot Water/Steam), August 2021
- Florida Department of Public Health Fact Sheet: Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP), September 2020
- California Department of Public Health Safety Alert Cure-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) Vapor Migration into Buildings, May 2020
- US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Evaluation of Cured-in-Place-Pipe, January 2019
- OSHA Region 5 CIPP Fatality Notification of Penalty, May 2018
- California Department of Public Health CIPP Additional Considerations, September 2017
- NIOSH Blog Post by Purdue University Team, September 2017
- California Department of Public Health CIPP Safety Alert, July 2017
- ATSDR Contaminated Office Building Investigation, October 2005
When a CIPP worker, consulting engineer, or municipal employee who visits a worksite has a health concern or safety questions, whom should they contact?
A state employee or any employee of a local government entity will be covered by a state agency for safety/health hazard reporting purposes. The specific agency varies from state to state. For example, in Illinois, local government employees (city, village, state, county) may file complaints alleging unsafe working conditions with the Illinois Department of Labor. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) website will give links to each state organization with contact details.
All private sector employees may file complaints with federal OSHA where OSHA has jurisdiction. Again, it varies state by state. There are a number of states that have the legal authority to enforce the OSHA standards and have complaint processes similar to the federal OSHA states. Complaints may be filed electronically, by contacting the OSHA Hotline (1-800-321-OSHA) or by contacting the local OSHA field office.
How to file a safety and health complaint: https://www.osha.gov/workers/file_complaint.html