Four posters have recently been updated on the Washington labor law poster – workers’ compensation, workers’ compensation (self-insured), safety & health, and worker rights.
- Job Safety & Health – Employers must implement written accident prevention plan. New information about training and protective equipment. New information about filing complaints and appealing citations. New Revision Date of 12/2012.
- Your Rights as a Worker – New information about domestic partner care under state Family Leave Act. Expanded domestic violence program. New Revision Date of 12/2012.
- Workers’ Compensation (Notice to Employees) – New information about choosing health care provider. Workers should tell their employer about any work-related injury or condition. Claims must be filed as soon as possible. New Revision Date of 12/2012.
- Workers’ Compensation (Self-Insured) – New information about what to do if a job injury occurs. Workers should tell their employer about any work-related injury or condition. Claims must be filed as soon as possible. New Revision Date of 12/2012.
We are publishing an updated Washington labor law poster including these latest changes, as well as the 2013 Minimum Wage Announcement which was updated earlier this year. For more information about the WA labor law poster or to learn more about our OneSystem 1-Year Compliance Plan with automatic updates, go to the Poster Compliance Center Washington labor law poster page or call 1-800-322-3636.