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 Michigan Safety & Health Protection on the Job PDF

The Michigan Safety & Health Protection on the Job is a labor law posters poster by the Michigan Department Of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Michigan, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

The display of this poster is required and must be posted in a central and conspicuous area of the workplace. The Michigan Occupation Safety and Health Act (MIOSHA) poster contains information on employee safety through maintaining safe conditions and avoidance of hazards in the workplace. The poster details requirements for both the employer and employee, how to handle complaints if an employer or employee finds a hazard in the workplace, citations from inspections, and the encouragement for workers to put forth voluntary work in making the workplace safer.


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8. Provide personal protective equipment, at the employer’s expense, when it 
is specifically required by a MIOSHA standard.	
9. Not permit an employee, other than an employee whose presence is 
necessary to avoid, correct or remove an imminent danger, to operate 
equipment or engage in a process which has been tagged by the Department 
and which is the subject of an order issued by the Department identifying 
that an imminent danger exists.	
10.	 To promptly notify an employee who was or is being exposed to toxic 
materials or harmful physical agents in concentrations or at levels whic\
h 
exceed those prescribed by a MIOSHA standard.
EMPLOYEE REQUIREMENTS	
:	MIOSHA requires that each employee:	
1. Comply with promulgated rules and standards and with orders issued 
pursuant to the Act.	
2. Not remove, displace, destroy, or carry off a safeguard furnished or provided 
for use in a place of employment, or interfere in any way with the use thereof 
by any other person.
INSPECTIONS/INVESTIGATIONS	
: 	Inspections and investigations are 	
conducted by trained personnel. The Act requires that an employer representative 
and a representative of employees be given an opportunity to accompany 
the department representative for the purpose of aiding in the inspection or 
investigation. 
If a representative of employees does not participate, the department 
representative will consult with a number of employees concerning matters of 
safety or health in the place of employment.	
Criminal penalties also are provided for in the Act. A person who knowingly makes 
a false statement or report pursuant to the Act upon conviction is punishable by 
a  fine  of  up  to  $10,000  or  may  be  imprisoned  for  not  more  than  6  months  or 
both. Any willful violation resulting in death of an employee, upon conviction, is 
punishable by a fine of up to $10,000 or by imprisonment for not more than one 
year or both. A second conviction doubles the maximum monetary penalty and is 
punishable by imprisonment for up to three years.
VOLUNTARY ACTIVITY & COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE :	 	The act encourages 	
employers and employees to reduce workplace hazards voluntarily.
The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs offers limited on-
site consultation assistance to employers to assist them in achieving compliance 
with occupational safety and health standards. Training specialists are available 
and can give advice on the correction of hazardous conditions and on the 
development of safety and health systems. Department staff are available to 
conduct seminars and training relative to occupational safety and health for both 
employer and employee groups. Requests for service should be addressed t\
o 
the department at the address shown below.
The U.S. Department of Labor will continue to enforce federal standards governing 
maritime operations of long shoring, shipbuilding, ship breaking and ship 
repairing. These issues are not covered by the Michigan Plan for Occupational 
Safety and Health.
MORE INFORMATION:
Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Michigan Occupational Safety & Health Administration
7150 Harris Drive, Box 30643
Lansing, Michigan 48909-8143	
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT - DO NOT COVER!	
MIOSHA Complaint Hotline	.............................	1-800-866-4674
Fatality Hotline	
 ................................................	1-800-858-0397
Consultation  and Training Assistance	
 .............	1-517-322-1809
Additional information is available on  
our website at www.michigan.gov/miosha	
MIOSHA/CET 2010 (5/11) 	
The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs will not discriminate against any individual or group because of race, sex, religion, age, national origin, color, marital status, 
disability, or political beliefs. If you need assistance with reading, writing, he\
aring, etc., under the Americans with Disabilities Act, you may make your need known to this agency. (10,000 copies printed at $705.54 or $0.07 per copy.)	
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Act (MIOSH Act), Act No. 154 of 
the Public Acts of 1974, as amended, provides job safety and health protection 
for Michigan employees through the maintenance of safe and healthful working 
conditions. Under the MIOSH Act and a state plan approved in September 
1973 by the U.S. Department of Labor, the Michigan Department of Licensing 
and Regulatory Affairs is responsible for administering the Act. Department 
representatives conduct job site inspections and investigations to ensure 
compliance with the Act and with safety and health standards.
The contents of this poster describe many important provisions of the Act. These 
provisions apply equally to employers and employees in either private industry or 
the public sector.
EMPLOYER REQUIREMENTS:  MIOSHA requires that each employer:1. Furnish to each employee employment and a place of employment which is free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death
or serious physical harm to the employee.
2. Comply with promulgated rules and standards and with orders issued pursuant to the Act.
3. Post this and other notices and use other appropriate measures to keep his or her employees informed of their protection and obligations under the Act,
including the provisions of applicable rules and standards.
4. Notify the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs within 8 hours of any work-related fatality. Notification may be accomplished
by calling 1-800-858-0397.
5. Notify the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs within 24 hours of all work-related inpatient hospitalizations, amputations
and  losses  of  an  eye.  Notification  may  be  accomplished  by  calling
1-844-464-6742 (4MIOSHA).
6. Make available to employees, for inspection and copying, all medical records  and health data in the employer’s possession pertaining to that employee.
7. Afford an employee an opportunity with or without compensation to attend all meetings between the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
and the employer relative to any appeal of a citation by the employer. COMPLAINTS:  Employees and employee representatives who believe that 
an unsafe or unhealthful condition exists in their workplace have the right to 
request an inspection by giving written notice to the Department of Licensing 
and Regulatory Affairs. If a condition exists which may present an immediate 
danger, the Department should be notified in the most expedient manner without 
regard  to  a  written  notice.  The  names  of  complainants  will  be  kept  confidential 
and not revealed upon the request of the employee. Employees also have the 
right to bring unsafe or unhealthful conditions to the attention of the department 
representative during the conduct of an inspection or investigation.
The Act provides that employees may not be discharged or in any manner 
discriminated against for filing a complaint or exercising any of their rights under 
the Act. An employee who believes he or she has been discriminated against 
may file a complaint with the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory 
Affairs within 30 days of the alleged discrimination.
The U.S. Department of Labor is monitoring the operation of the Michigan 
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) to assure the effective 
administration of the state act. Any person may make a written complaint 
regarding the state administration of the state act directly to the Regional Office 
of OSHA, 230 South Dearborn, Chicago, Illinois 60604.
CITATIONS:  If upon inspection or investigation the Department of Licensing 
and Regulatory Affairs believes that a requirement of the Act has been violated, 
a citation alleging such violation and setting a time period for correction will be 
issued to the employer. The citation must be prominently posted at or near the 
place of the alleged violation for three days or until the violation is corrected, 
whichever is later.
The  Act  provides  for  first  instance  penalties  of  up  to  $7,000  for  a  violation. 
Penalties of up to $7,000 per day may be assessed for failure to correct a violation 
within a proposed abatement period. Any employer who willfully or repeatedly 
violates  the  Act  may  be  assessed  penalties  of  up  to  $70,000  for  each  such 
violation. Employers may appeal the alleged citation, the proposed penalties or 
the abatement periods to the Department and to the Board of Health and Safety 
Compliance and Appeals. Employees may appeal the abatement period in a 
similar manner. Employees also may appeal to the Board of Health and Safety 
Compliance and Appeals any decision issued by the Department in response to 
an employer appeal.	
MICHIGAN SAFETY AND HEALTH
PROTECTION ON THE JOB	
THE MICHIGAN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT, 1974 P.A. 154, ASAMENDED, REQUIRES POSTING OF THIS DOCUMENT IN A CENTRAL AND
CONSPICUOUS LOCATION. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN A PENALTY.

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Act (MIOSH Act), Act No. 154 of 
the Public Acts of 1974, as amended, provides job safety and health protection 
for Michigan employees through the maintenance of safe and healthful working 
conditions. Under the MIOSH Act and a state plan approved in September 
1973 by the U.S. Department of Labor, the Michigan Department of Licensing 
and Regulatory Affairs is responsible for administering the Act. Department 
representatives conduct job site inspections and investigations to ensure 
compliance with the Act and with safety and health standards.
The contents of this poster describe many important provisions of the Act. These 
provisions apply equally to employers and employees in either private industry or 
the public sector.
EMPLOYER REQUIREMENTS	
:	MIOSHA requires that each employer:	
1. Furnish to each employee employment and a place of employment which is 
free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death 
or serious physical harm to the employee.	
2. Comply with promulgated rules and standards and with orders issued 
pursuant to the Act.	
3. Post this and other notices and use other appropriate measures to keep his 
or her employees informed of their protection and obligations under the Act, 
including the provisions of applicable rules and standards.	
4. Notify the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs within 8 
hours of any fatality, or the hospitalization of 3 or more employees suffering 
injury  or  illness  from  the  same  incident.  Notification  may  be  accomplished 
by calling 1-800-858-0397.	
5. Make available to employees, for inspection and copying, all medical records 
and health data in the employer’s possession pertaining to that employee.	
6. Afford an employee an opportunity with or without compensation to attend 
all meetings between the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs 
and the employer relative to any appeal of a citation by the employer.	
7. Give the representative of employees the opportunity to accompany 
the department during the inspection or investigation of a place of 
employment and to prohibit the suffering of any loss of wages or fringe 
benefits  or  discriminate  against  the  representative  of  employees  for  time 
spent participating in the inspection, investigation, or opening and closing 
conferences.	
COMPLAINTS	:	Employees and employee representatives who believe that 	
an unsafe or unhealthful condition exists in their workplace have the right to 
request an inspection by giving written notice to the Department of Licensing 
and Regulatory Affairs. If a condition exists which may present an immediate 
danger, the Department should be notified in the most expedient manner without 
regard  to  a  written  notice.  The  names  of  complainants  will  be  kept  confidential 
and not revealed upon the request of the employee. Employees also have the 
right to bring unsafe or unhealthful conditions to the attention of the department 
representative during the conduct of an inspection or investigation.
The Act provides that employees may not be discharged or in any manner 
discriminated against for filing a complaint or exercising any of their rights under 
the Act. An employee who believes he or she has been discriminated against 
may file a complaint with the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory 
Affairs within 30 days of the alleged discrimination.
The U.S. Department of Labor is monitoring the operation of the Michigan 
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) to assure the effective 
administration of the state act. Any person may make a written complaint 
regarding the state administration of the state act directly to the Regional Office 
of OSHA, 230 South Dearborn, Chicago, Illinois 60604.
CITATIONS:	
 	If upon inspection or investigation the Department of Licensing 	
and Regulatory Affairs believes that a requirement of the Act has been violated, 
a citation alleging such violation and setting a time period for correction will be 
issued to the employer. The citation must be prominently posted at or near the 
place of the alleged violation for three days or until the violation is corrected, 
whichever is later.
The  Act  provides  for  first  instance  penalties  of  up  to  $7,000  for  a  violation. 
Penalties of up to $7,000 per day may be assessed for failure to correct a violation 
within a proposed abatement period. Any employer who willfully or repeatedly 
violates  the  Act  may  be  assessed  penalties  of  up  to  $70,000  for  each  such 
violation. Employers may appeal the alleged citation, the proposed penalties or 
the abatement periods to the Department and to the Board of Health and Safety 
Compliance and Appeals. Employees may appeal the abatement period in a 
similar manner. Employees also may appeal to the Board of Health and Safety 
Compliance and Appeals any decision issued by the Department in response to 
an employer appeal.	
MICHIGAN SAFETY AND HEALTHPROTECTION ON THE JOB	
THE MICHIGAN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT, 1974 P.A. 154, ASAMENDED, REQUIRES POSTING OF THIS DOCUMENT IN A CENTRAL AND
CONSPICUOUS LOCATION. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN A PENALTY.	
8. Give the representative of employees the opportunity to accompany the department during the inspection or investigation of a place of
employment and to prohibit the suffering of any loss of wages or fringe
benefits  or  discriminate  against  the  representative  of  employees  for  time
spent participating in the inspection, investigation, or opening and closing
conferences.
9. Provide personal protective equipment, at the employer’s expense, when it is specifically required by a MIOSHA standard.
10. Not permit an employee, other than an employee whose presence is necessary to avoid, correct or remove an imminent danger, to operate
equipment or engage in a process which has been tagged by the Department 
and which is the subject of an order issued by the Department identifying
that an imminent danger exists.
11. To promptly notify an employee who was or is being exposed to toxic materials or harmful physical agents in concentrations or at levels whic\
h
exceed those prescribed by a MIOSHA standard.
EMPLOYEE REQUIREMENTS:  MIOSHA requires that each employee: 1. Comply with promulgated rules and standards and with orders issued pursuant to the Act.
2. Not remove, displace, destroy, or carry off a safeguard furnished or provided for use in a place of employment, or interfere in any way with the use thereof
by any other person.
INSPECTIONS/INVESTIGATIONS: Inspections and investigations are
conducted by trained personnel. The Act requires that an employer representative 
and a representative of employees be given an opportunity to accompany 
the department representative for the purpose of aiding in the inspection or 
investigation. 
If a representative of employees does not participate, the department 
representative will consult with a number of employees concerning matters of 
safety or health in the place of employment. Criminal penalties also are provided for in the Act. A person who knowingly makes 
a false statement or report pursuant to the Act upon conviction is punishable by 
a  fine  of  up  to  $10,000  or  may  be  imprisoned  for  not  more  than  6  months  or 
both. Any willful violation resulting in death of an employee, upon conviction, is 
punishable by a fine of up to $10,000 or by imprisonment for not more than one 
year or both. A second conviction doubles the maximum monetary penalty and is 
punishable by imprisonment for up to three years.	
VOLUNTARY ACTIVITY & COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE:	  The act encourages 
employers and employees to reduce workplace hazards voluntarily.
The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs offers limited on-
site consultation assistance to employers to assist them in achieving compliance 
with occupational safety and health standards. Training specialists are available 
and can give advice on the correction of hazardous conditions and on the 
development of safety and health systems. Department staff are available to 
conduct seminars and training relative to occupational safety and health for both 
employer and employee groups. Requests for service should be addressed t\
o 
the department at the address shown below.
The U.S. Department of Labor will continue to enforce federal standards governing 
maritime operations of long shoring, shipbuilding, ship breaking and ship 
repairing. These issues are not covered by the Michigan Plan for Occupational 
Safety and Health.
MORE INFORMATION:	
Department of Licensing and Regulatory	 Affairs 
Michigan Occupational Safety & Health Administration  
5	
30	 W.	 Allegan Street, Box 30643
Lansing, Michigan 48909-8143
www.michigan.gov/miosha	
THIS IS AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT - DO NOT COVER!	
MIOSHA Complaint Hotline  .............................1-800-866-4674
Fatality Hotline  ................................................ 1-800-858-0397
MIOSHA Injuries/Illnesses Reporting  ..............1-844-464-6742
Consultation  and Training Assistance ............. 1-517-284-7720	
MIOSHA/CET 2010 (9/15)	  The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs will not discriminate 
against any individual or group because of race, sex, religion, age, 
national origin, color, marital status, disability, or political beliefs. If you need assistance with reading, w\
riting, hearing, etc., under the  Americans with Disabilities Act, you may make your need known to this ag\
ency.

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