The Environment Protection Agency (EPA) requires U.S. employers working in agricultural settings to display the Pesticide Safety Poster in a central location in all agricultural establishments.
The Pesticide Safety Poster provides hazard communication and pesticide safety information for employees who work in agricultural settings where pesticides are used, such as field workers or pesticide handlers. U.S. employers are required to display this notice if agricultural workers or pesticide handlers are on the establishment – and a pesticide product has been used or a restricted entry-level interval (REI) for pesticide has been in effect – within the past 30 days.
The Tennessee Fair Housing Poster must be displayed by real estate brokers and salespeople, as well as financial institutions. The posting must be displayed in both English and Spanish where the public can easily view it. The notice provides important legal information on housing discrimination, which is prohibited under the Tennessee Human Rights Act.
The Texas Anti-Fraud Notice Poster must be displayed by financial institutions. The notice details how it is illegal under Texas law to intentionally or knowingly make a materially false or misleading statement to obtain property or credit, including a mortgage loan. If a person determines – or reasonably suspects – that fraudulent activity has been committed or is about to be committed, the law requires that person to report the information to an authorized government agency.
The Texas Recovery Fund Notice Poster must be displayed by mortgage bankers and residential mortgage loan originators. The notice must be posted at each office location and on company websites. The notice gives consumers contact information for the Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending – as well as instruction on how to file a complaint and how to file a recovery fund claim.
To meet customer notification requirements, financial institutions must post the USA Patriot Act Poster in lobbies where it can easily be viewed by the public.
Financial institutions are legally required to display the USA Patriot Act Poster. This notice provides important information for customers who wish to open or change an account with a financial institution. This mandatory posting provides information about the financial institution’s obligations to help fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities – including the obligation to collect identifying information from customers. There is space at the bottom of the poster for each financial institution to insert an individualized policy statement.
Businesses in certain industries — such as restaurants, healthcare facilities and public sector employers — are responsible for additional postings beyond the basic state and federal labor law posters. Special industry labor law posters cover a variety of topics, from safety regulations to minimum wage requirements, to ensure full compliance.
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