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WHEREAS, Article V, Section 2, of the Constitution of the state of Michigan of 1963 empowers the Governor to make changes in the organization or in the assignment of functions among its units...



WHEREAS, Executive Order 1965-7 established the Michigan Economic Opportunity Office within the Executive Office of the Governor; and WHEREAS, it is recognized that in the interests of...

 

WHEREAS, Executive Order 1971-8 established the Michigan Manpower Planning Council within the Executive Office of the Governor, and; WHEREAS, implementation of the Federal Emergency Employment...

 

Whereas, Article V, Section 2, of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 empowers the Governor to make changes in the organization of the Executive Branch or assignment of functions among its units...


WHEREAS, Article V, Section 1, of the Constitution of the State of Michigan of 1963 vests the executive power in the Governor; andWHEREAS, Article V, Section 2, of the Constitution of the State...

 


WHEREAS, Article V, Section 2, of the Constitution of the State of Michigan of 1963 empowers the Governor to make changes in the organization of the Executive Branch or in the assignment of...

 


WHEREAS, Article V, Section 2, of the Constitution of the State of Michigan of 1963 empowers the Governor to make changes in the organization of the Executive Branch or in the assignment of...


WHEREAS, Article V, Section 1 of the Constitution of the state of Michigan of 1963 vests the executive power in the Governor; andWHEREAS, Article V, Section 2, of the Constitution of the state...



Sec. 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as the division on deafness act. ...


Sec. 2. As used in this act: (a) Council means the advisory council on deafness established in section 5. (b) Deaf person means a person whose hearing is totally impaired or...


Sec. 3. (1) The division on deafness is established within the department. The purpose of the office is to protect and assist all hearing impaired persons, with special emphasis on deaf persons....


Sec. 4. (1) Under the supervision of the department, the division shall do all of the following: (a) Advocate for hearing impaired persons who encounter communication and other difficulties...


Sec. 5. (1) An advisory council on deafness is established within the department. The council shall advise the division on matters pertaining to hearing impaired persons. (2) The council...


Sec. 6. (1) The business which the council may perform shall be conducted at a public meeting held in compliance with the open meetings act, Act No. 267 of the Public Acts of 1976, being...


Sec. 7. The division may solicit and accept gifts, grants, or other aid from any source, whether public or private. ...


Sec. 8. (1) A division on deafness fund is established in the department of treasury to be administered by the department of labor. (2) The division shall receive and forward to the...


Sec. 9. The department shall promulgate, as necessary, rules to implement this act pursuant to the administrative procedures act of 1969, Act No. 306 of the Public Acts of 1969, being sections...


Sec. 10. The legislature annually shall appropriate a sum sufficient to implement this act. ...

WHEREAS, the Division of the Deaf and Deafened was created within the Department of Labor by Act 72 of the Public Acts of 1937; and WHEREAS, the Division was transferred to the Michigan...


WHEREAS, it is necessary in the interests of efficient administration and effectiveness of government to effect changes in the organization of the Executive Branch of government; and WHEREAS,...


Sec. 1. As used in this act: (a) Commission means the Michigan community service commission established in section 2. (b) Community-based agency means that term as defined in section...


Sec. 2. The Michigan community service commission is established within the Michigan jobs commission, established by Executive Order No. 1993-2. ...


Sec. 3. (1) The commission shall consist of 25 members appointed by the governor. (2) The commission shall include as voting members, except as otherwise indicated, at least 1 of each of...



Sec. 4. (1) The voting members of the commission shall elect 1 of the voting members to serve as chairperson of the commission. The voting members of the commission may elect other officers...



Sec. 5. Members of the commission shall serve without compensation. However, members of the commission may be reimbursed for their actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance...


Sec. 6. The commission shall have staff necessary for the commission to perform its functions. The commission staff shall include an executive director. The executive director shall...


Sec. 7. The commission shall do all of the following: (a) Ensure that its funding decisions meet all federal and state statutory requirements. (b) Recommend innovative statewide...



Sec. 8. The commission shall not directly carry out any national service program that receives assistance under section 121 of title I,...


Sec. 9. Subject to requirements prescribed by the corporation, the commission may delegate nonpolicymaking duties to a state agency or to a public or private nonprofit organization. ...


Sec. 10. (1) Except as provided in subsection (3), this state assumes liability with respect to any claim arising out of or resulting from any act or omission by a member of the commission...


Sec. 11. The commission shall comply with all requirements of federal law, including but not limited to requirements of coordination with other state agencies or with volunteer service programs. ...


Sec. 12. State departments and agencies shall cooperate with the commission in the performance of its functions. The commission may request, and state departments and agencies shall...

 


Sec. 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as the ski area safety act of 1962. ...


Sec. 2. As used in this act: (a) Board means the ski area safety board. (b) Commissioner means the director of commerce or an authorized representative of the director....


Sec. 3. A ski area safety board consisting of 7 members is created within the office of the commissioner. The board consists of 3 ski area managers, 1 from the Upper Peninsula and 2 from the...


Sec. 4. Members of the board shall be appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate for terms of 4 years and until their successors are appointed and qualified. Vacancies...


Sec. 5. (1) The business which the board may perform shall be conducted at a public meeting of the board held in compliance with Act No. 267 of the Public Acts of 1976, being sections...



Sec. 6. (1) The board shall promulgate rules for the safe construction, installation, repair, use, operation, maintenance, and inspection of all ski areas and ski lifts as the board...


Sec. 6a. Each ski area operator shall, with respect to operation of a ski area, do all of the following: (a) Equip each snow-grooming vehicle and any other authorized vehicle, except...


Sec. 7. The rules shall be promulgated pursuant to Act No. 306 of the Public Acts of 1969, as amended, being sections...


Sec. 8. The commissioner, subject to the limitations herein contained and the rules and regulations of the board, shall administer and enforce the provisions of this act. ...


Sec. 9. No person shall operate a ski lift without a permit issued by the commissioner. On or before October 1 of each year an operator shall apply for a permit to the commissioner on a...


Sec. 10. The commissioner may issue a temporary permit for 30 calendar days to an operator, who has previously been operating in this state on a regular or annual basis, to continue operation....


Sec. 11. If upon inspection a ski lift is found to comply with the rules and regulations of the board, the commissioner shall issue a permit to operate. A permit shall expire on September 30...


Sec. 12. Before a new ski lift is erected, or before a presently existing ski lift is moved to a different location, or whenever any additions or alterations are made which change the...


Sec. 13. The commissioner or board may order, in writing, a temporary cessation of operation of a ski lift if it has been determined after inspection to be hazardous or unsafe. Operation shall...


Sec. 14. This act shall not be construed to prevent the use of any existing installation, upon inspection found to be in a safe condition and to conform with the rules and regulations of...


Sec. 15. If there are practical difficulties or unnecessary hardships for an operator to comply with the rules and regulations under this act, the commissioner, with the approval of the board,...


Sec. 16. (a) An application for a permit shall be accompanied by fees of: $25.00 for an annual permit; or $2.00 for each rope tow, $5.00 for each T bar, J bar or platter pull,...


Sec. 17. The department, with the advice and consent of the board, shall employ or retain a person qualified in engineering and training who shall be designated chief inspector. The...


Sec. 18. All fees for permits or inspections, or any other income received under this act, shall be paid into the general fund. All salaries and other moneys expended under this act shall be...


Sec. 19. (1) In addition to the notice prescribed in section 5(1) notice of a public hearing held under this act shall be published not less than once and not less than 10 days before the...


Sec. 20. (1) Except for sections 21 to 24, and except as provided in subsection (2), a person who violates this act, or a rule or order promulgated or issued pursuant to this act, or a person...


Sec. 21. (1) A skier shall conduct himself or herself within the limits of his or her individual ability and shall not act or ski in a manner that may contribute to his or her injury or to...


Sec. 22. (1) While in a ski area, each skier shall do all of the following: (a) Maintain reasonable control of his or her speed and course at all times. (b) Stay clear of...


Sec. 23. (1) A skier involved in an accident causing an injury to another person shall to the extent that he or she is reasonably able to do so immediately notify the ski patrol or the...


Sec. 24. A skier or passenger who violates this act, or an operator who violates this act shall be liable for that portion of the loss or damage resulting from that violation. ...

 


Sec. 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as the minimum wage law of 1964. ...


Sec. 2. As used in this act: (a) Commissioner means the director of the department of consumer and industry services. (b) Employee means an individual not less than 16 years of...



Sec. 3. No employer shall pay any employee at a rate of less than prescribed in this act. ...


Sec. 4. Subject to the exceptions specified in this act, the minimum hourly wage rate shall be: (a) Beginning January 1, 1981, $3.35. (b) Beginning May 1, 1997, $4.75. (c)...


Sec. 4a. (1) Except as otherwise provided in this section, an employee shall receive compensation at not less than 1- 1/2 times the regular rate at which the employee is employed for employment...


Sec. 4b. (1) An employer may pay a new employee who is less than 20 years of age a training hourly wage of $4.25 for the first 90 days of that employee's employment. The hourly wage...


Sec. 5. (1) The governor shall appoint, with the advice and consent of the senate, a wage deviation board composed of 3 representatives of the employers, 3 representatives of the employees, and...



Sec. 6. The commissioner may promulgate rules necessary for administration of this act pursuant to Act No. 306 of the Public Acts of 1969, as amended, being sections...



Sec. 7. On petition of a party in interest or on his or her own motion, the director of the department of consumer and industry services shall establish a suitable scale of rates for...


Sec. 7a. (1) The minimum hourly wage rate of an employee shall be $2.65 per hour if all of the following occur: (a) The employee receives gratuities in the course of his or her employment....



Sec. 8. The wage deviation board may request data of any employer, subject to the provisions of this act, as to the wages paid and hours worked by his employees and may hold such hearings as...


Sec. 9. The wage deviation board shall submit its report to the commissioner who shall file it in his office as a public record together with the regulations established by the board. ...


Sec. 10. At any time after a deviated wage rate has been in effect for 6 months or more, the wage deviation board may reconsider the rate. ...


Sec. 11. Every employer, subject to the provisions of this act or of any regulation or order issued thereunder, shall furnish the employee a statement of the hours worked by the employee and...


Sec. 12. The commissioner shall administer and enforce this act; and at the request of the wage deviation board may investigate and ascertain the wages of employees of an employer subject to...


Sec. 13. (1) If any employer violates this act, the employee affected by the violation, at any time within 3 years, may: (a) Bring a civil action for the recovery of the difference between...


Sec. 14. This act does not apply to an employer who is subject to the minimum wage provisions of the fair labor standards act of 1938, chapter 676, 52 Stat. 1060,...



Sec. 15. Any employer who discharges or in any other manner discriminates against any employee because the employee has served or is about to serve on the wage deviation board or has testified...


Sec. 16. Any employer who consistently discharges employees within 10 weeks of their employment and replaces the discharged employees without work stoppage is presumed to have discharged them...


Sec. 17. (1) An employer having employees subject to the provisions of this act shall not discriminate between employees within an establishment on the basis of sex by paying wages to employees...


Sec. 18. An employer operating a massage establishment as defined in section 2 of Act No. 251 of the Public Acts of 1974, as amended, being section 388.1852 [sic] of the Michigan Compiled...


Sec. 1. That in all factories, workshops, salt blocks, saw-mills, logging or lumber camps, booms or drives, mines or other places used for mechanical, manufacturing, or other purposes within...


Sec. 2. That in all contracts, engagements, or agreements to labor in any mechanical, manufacturing, or other labor calling, where such contracts or agreements are silent, or no express...


Sec. 3. Any individual, firm, agent of any corporation, or other employers of labor who shall take any unlawful advantage of any person or persons in their employ, or seeking employment,...


Sec. 4. All fines collected for violation of this act shall be turned over to the school board, or board of education of the city or township wherein such fine may be collected, and the same...


Sec. 5. Nothing in this act shall be construed to apply to domestic or farm laborers, or other laborers who agree to work more than ten [10] hours per day. ...


Sec. 1. As used in this act: (a) Department means the department of labor. (b) Employ means to engage or permit to work. (c) Employee means an individual employed by an employer....


Sec. 2. (1) An employer, except an employer of an individual who harvests crops by hand as provided in subsection (2), shall pay the following to each employee: (a) On or before the first...


Sec. 3. An employer shall pay fringe benefits to or on behalf of an employee in accordance with the terms set forth in the written contract or written policy. ...


Sec. 4. An employer shall not withhold a payment of compensation due an employee as a fringe benefit to be paid at a termination date unless the withholding is agreed upon by written contract or...


Sec. 5. (1) An employer shall pay to an employee voluntarily leaving employment all wages earned and due, as soon as the amount can with due diligence be determined. However, an employer shall...


Sec. 6. (1) The payment of wages shall be paid in United States currency or by a negotiable check or draft payable on presentation at a bank or established place of business without discount...


Sec. 7. (1) Except for those deductions required or expressly permitted by law or by a collective bargaining agreement, an employer shall not deduct from the wages of an employee, directly...



Sec. 8. (1) An employer, agent or representative of an employer, or other person having authority from the employer to hire, employ, or direct the services of other persons in the employment...


Sec. 9. (1) An employer shall maintain a record for each employee which indicates the employee's name, address, birth date, occupation or classification in which employed, total basic rate of...


Sec. 10. (1) An employer shall pay fringe benefits pursuant to this section on behalf of a deceased employee as designated by the terms set forth in the written contract, written policy,...


Sec. 11. (1) An employee who believes that his or her employer has violated this act may file a written complaint with the department within 12 months after the alleged violation. A...


Sec. 11a. The director of the department may enter into reciprocal agreements with other states , Canada, or a Canadian province or territory for the collection of claims for wages,...


Sec. 12. The department may promulgate rules pursuant to Act No. 306 of the Public Acts of 1969, as amended, to implement and administer this act. ...


Sec. 13. (1) An employer shall not discharge an employee or discriminate against an employee because the employee filed a complaint, instituted or caused to be instituted a proceeding under...


Sec. 13a. (1) An employer shall not do any of the following: (a) Require as a condition of employment nondisclosure by an employee of his or her wages. (b) Require an employee to sign...


Sec. 14. An employer who violates this act, including failure to pay the wages and fringe benefits due an employee as provided in this act, is guilty of a misdemeanor. ...


Sec. 15. An employer who, with intent to defraud, fails to make payment of the wages and fringe benefits due an employee as provided in this act, is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a...


Sec. 16. (1) An employer who issues a check or other order for the payment of wages and who, at the time of issuance, knows or should know that the check or other order shall not be paid,...


Sec. 17. The department shall be the trustee for the employee in proceedings under this act, and shall distribute and account for funds collected. ...


Sec. 18. (1) The department shall order an employer who violates section 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 to pay the following: (a) Wages due to the employee. (b) Fringe benefits due to or on...


Sec. 19. The director of labor shall initiate, in the county where the violation occurred, in the county of Ingham, or in the county where the employer has its principal office, the civil...


Sec. 20. Act No. 221 of the Public Acts of 1897, being sections 408.561 to 408.563 of the Compiled Laws of 1970; Act No. 62 of the Public Acts of 1925, being sections 408.521 to 408.525a of...

 


Sec. 1. When the business of a person or entity is suspended by the action of creditors, or is placed in the custody of a receiver or trustee, debts owing to or for the benefit of employees of...


Sec. 2. An employee or other person on his behalf entitled to preference hereunder shall file a statement under oath showing the amount due, the period during which such amount accrued and...


Sec. 1. As used in this act: (a) Construction mechanic means a skilled or unskilled mechanic, laborer, worker, helper, assistant, or apprentice working on a state project but shall...


Sec. 2. Every contract executed between a contracting agent and a successful bidder as contractor and entered into pursuant to advertisement and invitation to bid for a state project...


Sec. 3. A contracting agent, before advertising for bids on a state project, shall have the commissioner determine the prevailing rates of wages and fringe benefits for all classes of...


Sec. 4. The commissioner shall establish prevailing wages and fringe benefits at the same rate that prevails on projects of a similar character in the locality under collective agreements...


Sec. 5. Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates prescribed in a contract...


Sec. 6. The contracting agent, by written notice to the contractor and the sureties of the contractor known to the contracting agent, may terminate the contractor's right to proceed with that...


Sec. 7. Any person, firm or corporation or combination thereof, including the officers of any contracting agent, violating the provisions of this act is guilty of a misdemeanor. ...


Sec. 8. The provisions of this act shall not apply to contracts entered into or the bids made before the effective date of this act. ...

 

Sec. 1. Any person, company or corporation, or any agent or officer thereof who shall induce another person, by promise of wages or other valuable consideration, to agree to work for the...


Sec. 2. Every person, who, with intent to defraud, shall accept or receive transportation provided by or at the instance or expense of his employer, from any point in this state to or in...


Sec. 3. Every person found guilty of violating the provisions of this act shall be punished by a fine not exceeding twenty-five [25] dollars or by imprisonment of not less than ten [10] nor...


Sec. 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as the carnival-amusement safety act of 1966. ...


Sec. 2. As used in this act: (a) Carnival or amusement ride means a device that carries or conveys passengers along, around, or over a fixed or restricted route or course for the purpose...


Sec. 3. There is created the carnival-amusement safety board to consist of 7 members. One member shall be the director of licensing and regulation. Six members shall be appointed by the...


Sec. 4. (1) The business which the board may perform shall be conducted at a public meeting of the board held in compliance with Act No. 267 of the Public Acts of 1976, being sections...



Sec. 5. The per diem compensation of the board and the schedule for reimbursement of expenses shall be established annually by the legislature. ...


Sec. 6. The board shall promulgate and formulate definitions, codes, rules and regulations for the safe installation, repair, maintenance, use, operation and inspection of all...


Sec. 7. The director shall administer and enforce this act and all codes, rules, and regulations promulgated by the board. ...


Sec. 8. (1) The department shall charge the following fees for permits to operate, annual inspections, reinspections, and special inspector commissions: gen-code (2) If the fee...


Sec. 9. The department may hire inspectors to inspect carnival-amusement rides. The chief carnival-amusement ride inspector shall be licensed in the state as a professional engineer, in...


Sec. 10. No person shall operate a carnival-amusement ride without a permit issued by the director. On or before March 1 of each year an operator shall apply for a permit to the director on a...


Sec. 11. If, after inspection, a carnival-amusement ride is found to comply with the rules and regulations of the board, the inspector shall issue a permit to operate. ...


Sec. 12. Before a new carnival-amusement ride is erected, or whenever any additions or alterations are made which change the structure, mechanism, classification or capacity of...


Sec. 13. The director or board may order, in writing, a temporary cessation of operation of a carnival-amusement ride if it has been determined after inspection to be hazardous or...


Sec. 14. This act shall not be construed to prevent the use of any existing installation which upon inspection is found to be in a safe condition and in conformance with the rules and...


Sec. 15. If there are practical difficulties or unnecessary hardships for an operator to comply with the rules and regulations under this act, the director, with the approval of the board,...


Sec. 16. A person shall not operate a carnival or amusement ride unless the owner or operator shall have obtained security against the owner's or operator's liability for injury suffered...


Sec. 17. (1) A temporary cessation of operations of a carnival-amusement ride may be ordered by the director when the inspection of the ride has been impeded, obstructed or interfered with....


Sec. 18. (1) A rider of a carnival or amusement ride shall, at a minimum, do all of the following: (a) Obey the reasonable safety rules posted in accordance with this act and oral...


Sec. 19. (1) An operator shall display signs indicating the applicable rider safety responsibilities provided in section 18 and the location of stations to report injuries under section 20....


Sec. 20. (1) Before leaving the operator's premises, a rider of a carnival or amusement ride or his or her parent or guardian shall report in writing to the operator or an employee or agent of...



Sec. 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as the playground equipment safety act. ...


Sec. 2. As used in this act: (a) Person means an individual, partnership, corporation, association, governmental entity, or other legal entity. (b) Public playground equipment...


Sec. 3. (1) The standards identified in section 4 determine responsibility for a state civil infraction under this act and do not establish liability in a separate civil action that is brought...


Sec. 4. A person who for compensation manufactures or assembles public playground equipment that fails to comply with the following standards is subject to a state civil infraction under...


Sec. 5. (1) A person who violates this act in the manufacture of public playground equipment is responsible for a state civil infraction and may be ordered to pay a civil fine of not more...


Sec. 6. (1) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (2), the local unit of government, school district, or governmental entity that owns and operates the public playground equipment shall...


Sec. 7. (1) Evidence of a finding of responsibility for a state civil infraction under this act shall not be admissible in a civil action brought to recover damages incurred as a result of...

 

Sec. 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as the boiler act of 1965. ...


Sec. 2. As used in this act: (a) Boiler means a closed vessel in which water is heated, steam is generated, steam is superheated, or a combination thereof, under pressure or vacuum by...


Sec. 3. (1) As used in this act, board means the board of boiler rules created in the department of labor. The board, in addition to the director of labor or an authorized representative of...



Sec. 4. (1) The board shall formulate definitions and rules for the safe construction, installation, inspection, and repair of boilers in the state. (2) The definitions and rules formulated...


Sec. 4a. (1) The board, with the advice of the director, shall promulgate rules pursuant to the administrative procedures act of 1969, Act No. 306 of the Public Acts of 1969, as amended,...



Sec. 5. No boiler which does not conform to the rules and regulations formulated by the board governing new construction and installation shall be installed and operated in this state after...


Sec. 6. (1) The maximum allowable pressure of a boiler carrying the American society of mechanical engineers' code symbol shall be determined by the applicable sections of the code under which...


Sec. 7. This act shall not apply to: (a) Boilers under federal control. (b) Boilers used in the power plants of self-propelled vehicles designed primarily for the transportation of...


Sec. 7a. (1) Antique traction steam boilers shall comply with the rules promulgated by the board and shall be inspected once every 3 years. An owner of an antique traction steam boiler may...


Sec. 7b. This act shall not apply to boilers used on farms for mint processing purposes. ...


Sec. 7c. (1) Subject to subsections (2), (3), (4), and (5), this act does not apply to a miniature hobby locomotive operating on narrow gauge tracks less than 24 inches in width. (2)...


Sec. 8. (1) The director shall appoint, subject to civil service rules, a resident of this state, who has not less than 10 years' experience in the inspection, construction, maintenance,...


Sec. 9. The director, subject to civil service rules, shall employ deputy inspectors who shall be responsible to the chief inspector. A deputy inspector shall have had at the time of...


Sec. 10. The chief inspector shall furnish a bond in the sum of $5,000.00 and each of the deputy inspectors, employed and paid by the state, shall furnish a bond in the sum of...


Sec. 11. (1) The director, upon the request of a company authorized to insure against loss from explosion of boilers in this state; a city having an authorized boiler inspection department; or...


Sec. 12. Examination for chief, deputy or special inspectors shall be in writing and shall be held by the board, with at least 2 members of the board present at all times during the...


Sec. 13. (1) A person shall not engage in the business of installing boilers unless the person has obtained a license from the director. (2) A person shall not engage in the business...


Sec. 14. (1) An inspector's, repairer's or installer's license may be suspended by the chief inspector for the incompetence of the holder thereof or for wilful falsification of any matter...


Sec. 15. If a license is lost or destroyed, a new license shall, upon application and payment of a fee of $5.00, be issued in its place without another examination. ...


Sec. 17. A person shall not install or alter a boiler without first securing a permit to install or alter a boiler from the boiler division of the department of labor. A permit shall be...


Sec. 18. A person shall not repair a boiler without first securing a permit to repair the boiler from the boiler division of the department of labor, unless the repair has been authorized by...


Sec. 19. (1) The director, the chief inspector, or a deputy inspector shall have free access, during reasonable hours, to premises in the state where a boiler is being constructed,...


Sec. 20. (1) The chief inspector, a deputy inspector, and a company or city that employs special inspectors, within 30 days following each boiler certificate inspection required by this act,...


Sec. 22. A person who is aggrieved by an order or act of the director or the chief inspector within 15 days' notice after the order or act, may appeal the order or act to the board. The...


Sec. 23. The provisions of this act shall not be applicable to or in any city having a population of 1,000,000 or more.Nothing in this act shall be construed to require a license or permit...


Sec. 24. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, partnership or corporation to operate in this state a boiler without a valid inspection certificate. The operation of a boiler without...


Sec. 25. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, partnership or corporation to install or repair in this state, a boiler without a valid license to install or repair. The installation or...


Sec. 26. This act shall take effect July 1, 1966. ...




Sec. 1. The definitions in section 3 of the standard are applicable to this act, except where they conflict with definitions in this act. ...


Sec. 2. (1) Approved means that which the director designates as acceptable to the department. (2) Board means the elevator safety board. (3) Department means the department of labor....


Sec. 3. (1) Elevator means the machinery, construction, apparatus and equipment of an incline lift, escalator, moving walk or device serving 2 or more landings used in raising and lowering...


Sec. 4. (1) General inspector means a person holding a general certificate of competency and employed by this state as an elevator inspector or in an elevator inspection supervisory capacity....


Sec. 5. This act does not apply to or in any city, village or township having elevator inspection regulations under ordinances comparable to this act. ...


Sec. 6. An elevator shall be constructed, equipped, maintained, repaired, and used with respect to the supporting members, car or platform, hoistways, guides, cables, doors and gates, safety...


Sec. 7. (1) The elevator safety board consisting of 11 members is created, 1 of whose members is the director. The governor shall appoint, with the advice and consent of the senate, the other...


Sec. 8. (1) The board shall have the following powers and duties: (a) To promulgate rules for the inspection, design, construction, installation, alteration, maintenance, and use of...


Sec. 9. The director shall enforce the provisions of this act and the rules promulgated by the board pursuant to this act and where, owning [sic] to special conditions, a literal enforcement...


Sec. 10. (1) A person is not authorized to serve as a general inspector unless he has had 3 years' experience in elevator construction or the equivalent as determined by the board, and holds...


Sec. 11. From the holders of special certificates of competency in the inspection of elevators, a company authorized to insure elevators in this state, may designate persons who are...


Sec. 12. A person, firm or corporation who is to install, construct, repair, alter and maintain an elevator shall secure from the director an elevator contractor license. The license shall...


Sec. 13. A certificate of competency, commission or elevator contractor license shall be reissued upon receipt of an application by the director and payment of the renewal fee without...


Sec. 14. A certificate of competency, commission or elevator contractor license may be suspended or revoked by the director upon recommendation of the board for incompetence,...


Sec. 15. (1) A person, firm or corporation shall not install or alter an elevator without first having obtained a permit therefor from the department. A permit shall be issued only to a...


Sec. 16. (1) Fees for the following matters shall be determined by the board: CommissionCertificate of competency examinationElevator contractor licenseContractor examinationPermit,...


Sec. 17. The director and his inspectors during reasonable hours may enter any premises within this state without hindrance for the purpose of examining equipment covered by this act in...


Sec. 18. The director shall issue a certificate of operation annually in accordance with the rules promulgated by the board. ...


Sec. 19. A general inspector may seal an elevator out of service in accordance with the rules promulgated by the board or when any of the following conditions exist: (a) When in case...


Sec. 20. (1) It is unlawful for a person to smoke or to carry lighted tobacco in any form in a passenger elevator in any building, structure or premises in this state. A person having control...


Sec. 21. (1) Except as provided in subsection (2), a person, firm, or corporation who violates this act or a rule promulgated by the board, or who fails or neglects to pay the fees authorized...


Sec. 22. A prosecution arising from a violation of the act repealed herein pending at the time this act becomes effective, or a prosecution which may be started within 1 year after the...


Sec. 23. Act No. 82 of the Public Acts of 1937, as amended, being sections 408.351 to 408.374 of the Compiled Laws of 1948, is repealed. ...


Sec. 24. The membership of the board as now constituted shall continue to serve in accordance with their terms of office and the rules and fees heretofore established in Act No. 360 of the...



Sec. 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as the full employment planning act of 1978. ...


Sec. 2. As used in this act: (a) Employability services means as [sic] activity which increases the employment potential of an individual, and includes career and vocational...


Sec. 3. (1) Not later than November 1, 1981 and annually thereafter, the department of labor shall submit to the governor a report setting forth projections for the immediately subsequent 5...


Sec. 4. (1) The governor shall review the employment plan prescribed in section 3 and may seek advice or request review from institutions of higher education or from economic research and...


Sec. 5. If the legislature does not alter or reject the employment plan by concurrent resolution within 90 days after submission of the plan in accordance with section 4, the employment plan...


Sec. 6. The directors of the senate and house fiscal agencies shall issue periodic joint reports to each member of the legislature detailing and tabulating the progress of legislative action...


Sec. 7. (1) Not more than 60 days after the effective date of this act, the governor shall report to the legislature all of the following: (a) Measures taken by the governor to implement...


Sec. 8. The governor shall initiate measures to ensure that the information requirements of the legislature are fully met. Measures taken to achieve the purposes of this section shall include...


Sec. 9. (1) In conjunction with the directors of the senate and house fiscal agencies, the legislature shall develop a biennial labor market supply report for the previous year, the current...


Sec. 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as the Michigan occupational safety and health act. ...


Sec. 2. (1) This act shall apply to all places of employment in the state, except in domestic employment and in mines as defined in section 4. (2) Nothing in this act shall be construed...


Sec. 3. The words and phrases defined in sections 4 to 6 have the meanings respectively ascribed to them for the purposes of this act. ...


Sec. 4. (1) Agricultural operations means the work activity designated in major groups 01 and 02 of the standard industrial classification manual, United States bureau of the budget,...


Sec. 5. (1) Employee means a person permitted to work by an employer. (2) Employer means an individual or organization, including the state or a political subdivision, which employs 1...


Sec. 6. (1) Place of employment means a factory, plant, establishment, construction site or other similar area, workplace, or environment where an employee is permitted to work....


Sec. 9. The safety, health, and general welfare of employees are primary public concerns. The legislature hereby declares that all employees shall be provided safe and healthful work...


Sec. 11. An employer shall: (a) 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...


Sec. 12. An employee shall: (a) Comply with rules and standards promulgated, and with orders issued pursuant to this act. (b) Not remove, displace, damage, destroy, or carry off a...


Sec. 13. (1) The department of labor shall administer and enforce the provisions of this act relative to occupational safety. (2) The department of public health shall administer and...


Sec. 14. (1) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (3), the occupational safety and health standards that have been adopted or promulgated by the United States department of labor under...


Sec. 14a. (1) The occupational safety and health hazard communication standard that has been adopted or promulgated by the United States department of labor and has been codified at 29...


Sec. 14b. In nonemergency situations, a chemical manufacturer, importer, or employer claiming a trade secret, upon request, shall disclose a specific chemical identity, otherwise permitted to...


Sec. 14c. Pipes or piping systems in a workplace that contain a hazardous chemical shall be identified to an employee by a label or by a sign, placard, written operating instructions,...


Sec. 14d. (1) Upon request of the director of the department of public health, an employer who claims a trade secret under the standard incorporated by reference by section 14a shall support...


Sec. 14e. In order to educate employers, employees, and the public about the hazards of exposure to hazardous chemicals and the requirements of the occupational safety and health...


Sec. 14f. (1) An employer engaged in agricultural operations is not required to comply with the standard incorporated by reference in section 14a or sections 14b to 14l for a hazardous...

Sec. 14g. An employer is not required to comply with the standard incorporated by reference in section 14a or with sections 14b to 14l with respect to a chemical in a sealed package and in...


Sec. 14h. An employer engaged in construction operations may satisfy the requirements of the standard incorporated in section 14a and sections 14b to 14l that a material safety data sheet...


Sec. 14i. The chief of each organized fire department shall prepare and disseminate to each fire fighting employee of the organized fire department a plan for executing the...


Sec. 14k. (1) An employer who is subject to the standard incorporated by reference in section 14a and to sections 14b to 14l shall organize the material safety data sheets for the...


Sec. 14l. The failure of an employer who is subject to the standard incorporated by reference in section 14a and to this section and sections 14b to 14k to provide an exposed employee with...


Sec. 14m. The standard incorporated by reference in section 14a and sections 14b to 14l occupy the entire field of regulation of occupational safety and health with respect to hazardous...


Sec. 14n. (1) Except as provided in subsections (2) and (3), the occupational safety and health field sanitation standard that has been adopted or promulgated by the United States department...


Sec. 15. (1) The general industry safety standards commission is created in the department of labor. (2) The general industry safety standards commission consists of the director of labor...


Sec. 16. (1) The general industry safety standards commission may promulgate standards in accordance with this act to prevent accidents in places of employment and to protect the life and...


Sec. 18. (1) The construction safety standards commission is created in the department of labor. (2) The construction safety standards commission consists of the director of labor ex...


Sec. 19. (1) The construction safety standards commission may promulgate construction safety standards in accordance with this act and based upon, but not limited to, generally accepted...


Sec. 21. (1) Standards promulgated by the general industry safety standards commission under the authority of former Act No. 282 of the Public Acts of 1967, and standards promulgated by...


Sec. 23. (1) The occupational health standards commission is created in the department of public health. (2) The occupational health standards commission consists of the director of...


Sec. 24. (1) Before a proposed standard, except an emergency standard, is promulgated, the commission shall appoint and consult with an advisory committee which shall be representative of...


Sec. 27. (1) An employer may apply to the department of labor or the department of public health for a temporary order granting a variance from a standard or a provision thereof. A temporary...


Sec. 28. (1) An employee or employee representative, who believes that a violation of a standard exists that threatens physical harm to an employee, may request an inspection by giving...


Sec. 29. (1) To implement this act, a department representative, upon presenting appropriate credentials, may enter without delay, and at reasonable times, a place of employment to...


Sec. 30. (1) The department of labor shall provide a full-time safety and health inspector at the site where a tunnel, shaft, caisson, or cofferdam is constructed or repaired under...


Sec. 31. (1) When and as soon as a department representative determines that an imminent danger exists in a place of employment, the department representative shall inform the employer and...


Sec. 33. (1) If, as the result of an inspection or investigation, the department representative believes that an employer has violated this act, an order issued pursuant to this act, or a rule...


Sec. 35. (1) An employer who receives a citation for a serious violation of this act, an order issued pursuant to this act, or a rule or standard promulgated under this act shall be assessed...


Sec. 35a. (1) [This section is effective only if the conditions set forth in Pub Acts 1991, No. 105, 4, are met, and 408.1035 is repealed.]An employer who receives a citation for a...


Sec. 36. (1) The board shall assess civil penalties, considering the size of the business, the seriousness of the violation, the good faith efforts of the employer, and the history of...


Sec. 37. The department shall turn over evidence of a criminal violation of this act to the department attorney and shall assist in the investigation of a criminal violation. ...


Sec. 41. Within 15 working days after receipt of a citation and proposed penalty, if any, an employer may petition the appropriate department for a grant of additional time for...


Sec. 42. Upon receipt of a notice from an employer, employee, or an employee representative that the employer wishes to appeal the department's decision relative to a citation, abatement...


Sec. 43. Proceedings in a hearing shall be conducted in accordance with the procedures applicable to the trial of contested cases under Act No. 306 of the Public Acts of 1969, as amended. ...


Sec. 44. (1) In reviewing a report of a hearing officer, the board by a vote of not less than a majority of its members may: (a) Dismiss the citation. (b) Modify the citation. (c)...


Sec. 45. If an employer fails to comply with a final order of the board, the department may issue an order directing the employer to cease operating or render inoperable, in accordance with...


Sec. 46. (1) A board of health and safety compliance and appeals is created within the department of labor. The board of health and safety compliance and appeals consists of 7 members appointed...


Sec. 48. The business which a board, commission, or committee created pursuant to this act may perform shall be conducted at a public meeting of the board, commission, or committee held...

Sec. 52. (1) The department attorney shall represent the department of labor, the department of public health, and the board and commissions established under this act in any litigation under...


Sec. 54. (1) A safety education and training division is created within the department of labor. (2) The functions of the safety education and training division shall include: (a)...


Sec. 55. (1) A safety education and training fund is created. Except as provided in subsection (2), the fund shall be used to accomplish the objectives outlined in sections 54 and 56. The...


Sec. 56. The department of public health shall conduct an occupational health education and training program with employees and employers for the prevention of occupational health hazards,...


Sec. 61. (1) An employer shall make, keep, and preserve accurate and timely records and reports of work illnesses and injuries and report the information to the appropriate department in a...

Sec. 63. (1) Information reported to or otherwise obtained by the department of labor or the department of public health, in connection with an inspection, investigation, or proceeding under...


Sec. 65. (1) A person shall not discharge an employee or in any manner discriminate against an employee because the employee filed a complaint or instituted or caused to be instituted a...


Sec. 67. (1) Where posting is required by this act, except for citations, the posting shall be centrally and conspicuously located with respect to all affected employees. If there is no...


Sec. 69. (1) The department of labor and the department of health may promulgate, amend, and rescind rules pursuant to the provisions of Act No. 306 of the Public Acts of 1969, as amended,...


Sec. 91. Any proceeding pending before the department of labor or the department of health shall be continued and be conducted and determined by the appropriate department in accordance with...


Sec. 93. Act No. 285 of the Public Acts of 1909, as amended, being sections 408.51 to 408.94 of the Compiled Laws of 1970, Act No. 89 of the Public Acts of 1963, as amended, being sections...


Sec. 94. (1) This act shall take effect on January 1, 1975, except as to public employers as specified in subsection (2). (2) Standards adopted by reference pursuant to section 14 shall not...

 


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