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Appendix B Required Workplace Posters Michigan employers are required to display certain posters in the workplace. Poster requirements are based on jurisdiction. You may obtain the appropriate posters at no cost from the agencies by online download at the URL shown. The following is a list of Michigan required workplace posters, their purpose and where they can be obtained: MICHIGAN REQUIRED WORKPLACE POSTERS ANNUAL SUMMARY OF INJURIES AND ILLNESSES FORM 300 Often overlooked but very important is the requirement that employers must record and/or report information about every work-related injury or illness that involves loss of consciousness, restricted work activity or job transfer, days away from work, or medical treatment beyond first aid. www.michigan.gov/lara Click on MI Occupational Safety and Health, then “MIOSHA Workplace Posters” MICHIGAN EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ACT NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES “UIA 1710 Notice to All Employees Poster “ www.michigan.gov/uia Click on Publications, then again on UIA Publications—scroll down. MICHIGAN LAW PROHIBITS DISCRIMINATION www.michigan.gov/documents/mdcr/ Discrimination_poster_539887_7.pdf This poster informs employees that unemployment benefits are payable to eligible workers through the Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA). Notice for employees about rules protecting them against discrimination in the workplace. MICHIGAN SAFETY AND HEALTH PROJECTION ON THE JOB – MICHIGAN RIGHT TO KNOW LAWS www.michigan.gov/lara Click on MI Occupational Safety and Health, then “MIOSHA Workplace Posters” Employers must make this poster available for employees in a readily accessible manner for hazardous chemicals in their workplace. Employers must identify and catalog information about hazardous chemicals in their workplace, providing notice to employees about the location of the MSDS catalog (SDS Location Poster) and a log of new or revised MSDS (New or Revised SDS Poster). Michigan Minimum Wage—posters are required if you are not covered by the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act, or if federal minimum wage would result in a mini- mum lower than state. See also federal minimum wage information at: http://www.dol.gov/general/topic/ wages/minimumwage MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS (MSDS) www.michigan.gov/lara Click on MI Occupational Safety and Health, then “MIOSHA Workplace Posters” WORKFORCE OPPORTUNITY ACT 138—Effective 1/1/2017 WHD 9904 http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-59886- 152535--,00.html (English, Spanish, Arabic) MICHIGAN WHISTLEBLOWERS PROTECTION ACT – 469 OF 1980 www.michigan.gov/lara Click on MI Occupational Safety and Health, then “MIOSHA Workplace Posters” Section 15.368 states that an employer shall post notices and use other appropriate means to keep his or her employees informed of their protections and obligations under the act. 74