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Virginia Updates Its OSHA Notice — New Poster Coming Soon!

Virginia just released an update to its Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH) law, based on federal OSHA requirements. The updated notice has a revision date of July, 2017. Here’s What Has (or Hasn’t) Changed In the Proposed Penalty section of the notice, the following penalty amounts have increased: The maximum penalty for serious and other-than-serious violations has increased from $7,000 to $12,471. The maximum penalty for willful and repeat violations

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Important Changes to Washington’s Job Safety and Health Poster

Several changes to the mandatory WA Job Safety and Health poster, dated 9/15, mean that it is time to update your Washington state labor law poster. Summary of the Changes First, similar to the recent MI OSHA change, there is a new requirement to notify the Washington Department of Labor & Industries Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) within 24 hours of any work-related non-hospitalized amputation or loss of

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Update to the Mandatory MIOSH Poster Means It Is Time for New Michigan Posters

Michigan has made a required significant change to the Safety and Health (MIOSH) labor law poster. This poster has a revision date of 7/15, and it is now time to update all of your state employment posters for MI locations. Details of the New MIOSH Requirement There is a new requirement to notify the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) within 24 hours of all work-related inpatient hospitalizations, amputations,

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3 Common Compliance Poster Questions

If you’re in charge of poster compliance, you probably have questions about your federal and state labor posters. This confusing yet important aspect of compliance is riddled with misinformation and uncertainties. The good news is there are professionals who specialize in poster compliance and they know the real answers to these questions. Let’s take a look at the 3 most popular questions: Q: The posters on my wall are only

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What the Experts Have to Say about Poster Compliance

Is labor law poster compliance something you can take care of on your own? Or is it something better left to the professionals? We asked the most experienced members of our research team a series of questions in order to breakdown the realities of poster compliance. While this is an issue that most businesses have to face, little is known about what actually goes into obtaining and maintaining labor law

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Get All the Facts About Federal Labor Law Posters

  It is no secret that maintaining labor law compliance can be an overwhelming task. While you may be aware of the importance of remaining compliant with local and state labor posters, keeping up-to-date on federal labor law posters is just as essential. What is on the Federal Labor Law Posters? Employers across the United States are responsible for posting the most up-to-date federal labor law posters, but following up

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Alaska Updates Minimum Wage and AKOSH; New AK Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required changes to the Alaska labor law poster are on the Wage & Hour Act and AKOSH posters. The new Wage & Hour Act poster outlines how the minimum wage increases to $8.75 as of February 24, 2015 and to $9.75 as of January 1, 2016. There is also an expanded list of exceptions to minimum wage and overtime requirements. The AKOSH poster has new information which states that

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North Carolina Updates OSHA and Workers Comp Posters; New NC Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required changes to the North Carolina labor law poster are on the OSHA and Workers Compensation posters. There have been significant changes to the OSHA poster on the ‘Accident and Fatality Reporting’ section (previously called ‘Reporting Accidents’) for work-related incidents. It specifies that any fatality must be reported within 8 hours and any in-patient hospitalization, any amputation, or any loss of an eye of one or more employees must be

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New California OSHA Poster Not a Required Change

You may have heard that a new California OSHA poster (Occupational Safety and Health) has been issued by Cal/OSHA. Although Cal/OSHA’s “Safety and Health Protection on the Job” is a required state labor law poster, the new April 2013 revision is not a required change.  In fact the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) states that the “previous edition may be used.” The new version of the state OSHA poster has been updated with

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Oregon Retracts Updated OSHA Poster; Previous Version of Labor Law Poster Still OK

Oregon OSHA recently issued an updated OSHA poster with changes to the time period for filing discrimination complaints, but the updated labor law poster has now been retracted. The required OR labor law poster has been changed back to the previous version with the exception of a new Revision Date of 3/13. Oregon OSHA has confirmed that the OSHA poster on our current Oregon state poster – OR_1 (10-12) –

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