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2019 Indiana Safety and Health Protection on the Job Peel ‘N Post™

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All Indiana employers are required to post the Indiana Department of Labor’s revised “IOSHA” Safety and Health Protection on the Job notice showing amended penalty provisions.

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Who must post the Indiana Safety and Health Protection on the Job Peel ‘N Post?

Every employer of one or more individuals must post and keep posted at its establishment the Indiana Safety and Health Protection on the Job posting (1) informing employees of the protections and obligations provided for in the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Act; and (2) referring employees to appropriate sources for assistance and information. The notice must be posted by the employer in each establishment in a conspicuous place where notices to employees are customarily posted. Each employer must take steps to ensure that the notice is not altered, defaced, or covered by other material. (610 IAC 9-2-3)

What’s new on the Indiana Safety and Health Protection on the Job posting?

The 2019 Safety and Health Protection on the Job posting has been revised to reflect an amendment of the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Act pursuant to House Bill 1341. A new  section, “Proposed Penalties in Conjunction with a Worker Fatality,” has been added to the posting reflecting new civil penalty amounts for violations of the Act that contribute to a worker fatality. As amended, the law provides that:

  • an employer who knowingly violates the Act, where such violation cannot reasonably be determined to have contributed to an employee fatality, shall be assessed a civil penalty of not less than $5,000 for each violation and may be assessed a penalty of up to $70,000 for each violation
  • an employer who knowingly violates the Act, where such violation can reasonably be determined to have contributed to an employee fatality, shall be assessed a civil penalty of not less than $9,472 for each violation and may be assessed a penalty of up to $132,598 for each violation
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