This essential workplace safety poster uses clear explanations and visuals to draw attention to safety practices that can keep your employees healthy and your workers' compensation rates down. Slips, trips, and falls result in more than 200,000 disabling workplace injuries each year.
To prevent accidents and on-the-job injuries, post in break rooms and other high-traffic areas where the poster can serve as a constant safety reminder. Poster raises employee Awareness of common causes of slips, trips and falls, and how to prevent and avoid them.
The California Barbering & Cosmetology Licensees Poster must be displayed by certain California employers, including licensed barbers and cosmetologists (e.g., hair salons, nail salons, estheticians, etc.). The notice must be clearly displayed and posted in these four languages: English, Spanish, Korean and Vietnamese.
The California Fair Lending Poster must be displayed by California banks, savings associations and other mortgage lending institutions.
The California Fair Lending Poster meets mandatory posting requirements under California mortgage lending laws. It explains how individuals may file complaints with the California Department of Real Estate if they feel they were discriminated against in obtaining financial assistance.
California state law requires employers using forklifts and other types of industrial trucks to post specific information. The California Operating Rules for Industrial Trucks Poster includes operating rules, elevating employees with trucks, operator platforms, rated capacity, brakes and warning devices, and maintenance of industrial trucks to comply with state-specific OSHA regulations.
The Community Reinvestment Act Poster must be displayed in the main lobby of banks with federally insured deposits.
Financial institutions with federally insured deposits are required to post the Community Reinvestment Act Poster in the main lobby. This includes insured state branches. The notice informs members of the public about the provisions of the Community Reinvestment Act and the community’s right to certain information about the posted bank’s operations and performance.
Under Connecticut state law, this notice must be displayed by contractors and subcontractors with state construction contracts totaling $100,000 or more financed in whole or part by state funds.
The Connecticut Prevailing Wage Law Poster must be displayed by state contractors and subcontractors with state construction contracts totaling $100,000 or more – financed in whole or part by state funds. Connecticut law defines construction as the erection, construction, remodeling, or repairing of a public building or other public work.
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