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146 v S 162, 2 [Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 143 v H 222]. Eff 10-29-95. This section provided definitions relative to the department of industrial relations. ...


RC 121.08.3 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


146 v S 162, 2 [GC 871-21; 103 v 95, 21; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. This section concerned the jurisdiction of the department of industrial relations. ...


, 145 v H 152, 2 [RS 309; 74 v 209; 88 v 478; GC 875; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 7-1-93. This section concerned the subpoena powers of the chief of the division of...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 871-14, 871-20, 871-25; 103 v 95, 14, 20, 25; 123 v 862, 3; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 143 v H 222]. Eff 10-29-95. These sections concerned the department...

RC 4104.41 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


Every employer shall furnish employment which is safe for the employees engaged therein, shall furnish a place of employment which shall be safe for the employees therein and for...


No employer shall require, permit, or suffer any employee to go or be in any employment or place of employment which is not safe, and no such employer shall fail to furnish, provide, and...


No employee shall remove, displace, damage, destroy, or carry off any safety device or safeguard furnished or provided for use in any employment or place of employment, or interfere in any...


A substantial compliance with the applicable sections of sections 4101.01 to 4101.16, inclusive, and 4121.01 to 4121.29, inclusive, of the Revised Code, is sufficient to give effect to orders,...


No employer, employee, or other person shall violate this chapter or Chapter 4121. of the Revised Code, do any act prohibited by such chapters, fail to perform any duty lawfully enjoined,...


Every day during which any person, or corporation, or any officer, agent, or employee thereof fails to observe and comply with any order of the bureau of workers' compensation, or to perform...



RC 4111.25 to 4111.27 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 4111.25 to 4111.27, amended and renumbered to RC 4139.01 to 4139.03 in 148 v H 471, eff 7-1-2000. ...


RC 4111.28 to 4111.30 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 4111.28 to 4111.30, amended and renumbered to RC 4139.04 to 4139.06 in 148 v H 471, eff 7-1-2000. ...


(A) Whoever violates section 4101.15 of the Revised Code shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than one thousand dollars for a first offense; for each subsequent offense such person shall...


, 131 v 1902, 3 [GC 1058-7, 1058-8, 1058-23; 102 v 494; 103 v 649; 109 v 255; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned construction, installation,...


, 131 v 1902, 3 [GC 1058-10--1058-12; 102 v 494, 5-7; 120 v 358; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections allowed changes in rules for boilers and concerned...


, 131 v 1902, 3 [GC 1058-16--1058-18; 102 v 494, 11-13; 109 v 255; 120 v 358; 121 v 322; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections provided for appointment of...


, 131 v 1902, 3 [GC 1058-19, 1058-20; 102 v 494, 14, 15; 103 v 649; 120 v 358; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned duties of boiler inspectors....


, 131 v 1902, 3 [GC 1058-21, 1058-24, 1058-25; 102 v 494; 103 v 649; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 126 v 1123; 130 v 908]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned inspection of and...


, 131 v 1902, 3 [GC 1058-15, 1058-26, 1058-28; 102 v 494; 103 v 649; 122 v 544; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned enforcement of boiler...


, 131 v 1902, 3 [RS 6874; 71 v 115; GC 1058-30, 12602; 102 v 494; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections provided for municipal inspection of boilers and...

, 131 v 1902, 3 [Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. This section provided penalties for violating boiler laws or rules and for maliciously putting contaminants into boilers...


As used in sections 4104.01 to 4104.20 and section 4104.99 of the Revised Code: (A) Board of building standards or board means the board established by section 3781.07 of the Revised Code....


Sections 4104.01 to 4104.20, inclusive, of the Revised Code do not affect the rights of municipal corporations under section 715.44 of the Revised Code insofar as such section provides for...


(A) Sections 4104.01 to 4104.20, and section 4104.99 of the Revised Code do not apply to the following boilers and unfired pressure vessels: (1) Boilers, unfired pressure vessels, and...


(A) No person shall operate a low pressure boiler at more than thirty horsepower, unless one of the following applies to that person: (1) The person is licensed as a steam engineer, high...


(A) The inspection of boilers and their appurtenances and unfired pressure vessels shall be made by the inspectors mentioned in sections 4104.07 to 4104.20 of the Revised Code. The...


(A) An application for examination as an inspector of boilers and unfired pressure vessels shall be in writing, accompanied by a fee of fifty dollars, upon a blank to be furnished by...


(A) The director of commerce may appoint from the holders of certificates of competency provided for in section 4104.07 of the Revised Code, general inspectors of boilers and unfired...


The certificate of competency issued under section 4104.07 of the Revised Code or the commission provided for in section 4104.08 of the Revised Code may be revoked by the superintendent...


All unfired pressure vessels, except unfired pressure vessels exempt under section 4104.04 of the Revised Code, shall be thoroughly inspected during fabrication and upon completion and shall...


(A) All power boilers and high pressure, high temperature water boilers and their appurtenances shall be thoroughly inspected internally and externally and under operating conditions at...


All boilers, except boilers mentioned in section 4104.04 of the Revised Code, shall be inspected when installed and shall not be operated until an appropriate certificate of operation has...


Power boilers and high pressure, high temperature water boilers having internal continuous water treatment under the general supervision of a registered professional engineer having experience...


The owner or user of a boiler required by sections 4104.01 to 4104.20 of the Revised Code to be inspected shall, after due notice, prepare the boiler for internal and external inspection at...


(A) All certificates of inspection for boilers, issued prior to October 15, 1965, are valid and effective for the period set forth in such certificates unless sooner withdrawn by...


The owner or user of any boiler required by sections 4104.01 to 4104.20 of the Revised Code, to be inspected, shall immediately notify the superintendent of the division of industrial...


Certificates of operation issued for boilers subject to inspection under Chapter 4104. of the Revised Code shall be issued and renewed in accordance with and at dates prescribed by rules...


(A) The owner or user of a boiler required under section 4104.12 of the Revised Code to be inspected upon installation, and the owner or user of a boiler for which a certificate of inspection...


(A) Any person seeking a license to operate as a steam engineer, high pressure boiler operator, or low pressure boiler operator shall file a written application with the superintendent on a...


On receipt of a notice pursuant to section 3123.43 of the Revised Code, the superintendent of industrial compliance shall comply with sections 3123.41 to 3123.50 of the Revised Code and...


As used in this chapter: (A) Elevator means a hoisting and lowering apparatus equipped with a car, cage, or platform which moves on or between permanent rails or guides and serves two or...


No person may act, either as a general inspector or as a special inspector, of elevators, unless he holds a certificate of competency from the division of industrial compliance. Application...


The superintendent of the division of industrial compliance, with the consent of the director of commerce, shall hire an assistant who has at least ten years of experience in the...


From the holders of certificates of competency in the inspection of elevators, any company that is authorized to insure elevators in the state, may designate persons to inspect elevators...


If a certificate or commission issued under sections 4105.02 and 4105.04 of the Revised Code is lost or destroyed a new one shall be issued in its place by the division of industrial...


If an elevator is insured by a company authorized to insure elevators in the state, the inspection may be made by a special inspector of such company, and the only fee collectible by the...


If an elevator is not inspected by a special inspector, the inspection shall be made by a general inspector, and for each inspection there shall be a fee charged as provided in section 4105.17...


The owner or user of any elevator shall register, with the division of industrial compliance, every elevator operated by him, giving the type, capacity, and description, name of manufacturer,...


(A) Every passenger elevator, escalator, moving walk, and freight elevator, including gravity elevators, shall be inspected twice every twelve months. (B) Power dumb-waiters, hoists, and...


The inspection of elevators shall be made by the inspectors authorized in sections 4105.03 and 4105.04 of the Revised Code, under the supervision of the superintendent of the division...


Every elevator shall be constructed, equipped, maintained, and operated, with respect to the supporting members, elevator car, shaftways, guides, cables, doors, and gates, safety stops...


Any person, firm, or corporation operating a passenger elevator shall provide a seat for the use of the operator of such elevator. Any person, firm, or corporation operating a passenger...


No certificate of operation for any elevator shall be issued by the director of commerce until such elevator has been inspected as required by this chapter. Certificates of operation shall...


Before any new installation of an elevator of permanent nature is erected or before any existing elevator is removed to and installed in a different location, an application of specifications...


(A) The fee for each inspection, or attempted inspection that, due to no fault of a general inspector or the division of industrial compliance, is not successfully completed, by a...


, 132 v H 911, 2 [GC 1038-18; 115 v 494, 18; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 6-11-68. This section concerned payment of fees. ...


Sections 4105.01 to 4105.21, inclusive, of the Revised Code do not prevent the inspection of elevators by dealers in elevators or elevator equipment. An inspector by or in behalf of such dealer...


No person shall violate any law relative to the operation, construction, maintenance, and repair of elevators. All fines collected for violation of this section shall be forwarded to...


The superintendent of the division of industrial compliance shall enforce this chapter. If the superintendent or a general inspector of elevators finds that an elevator or a part thereof does...


Whoever violates section 4105.20 of the Revised Code shall be fined not more than two hundred dollars, [n1] for each subsequent offense such person shall be fined not more than one...



, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4238a, 4238c, 4238g, 4238k; 81 v 106; 82 v 178; 82 v 179, 3; 88 v 64, 2753d; 89 v 113; 90 v 190; 92 v 353, 2573c-2; 95 v 338, 3; 97 v 530, 2573a; 99 v 234, ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4238c, 4238e; 81 v 107, 2573b; 82 v 179, 3; 86 v 116; 93 v 113; 95 v 338, 3; 97 v 531, 2573b; GC 989, 994, 995; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 127 v...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4238f; 82 v 179, 2573c; 89 v 113; 90 v 308; 93 v 30; 97 v 531, 2573c; GC 996-998; 100 v 64, 5; 102 v 360; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95....


, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4238e, 4238k; 81 v 107, 2573b; 82 v 179; 86 v 116; 88 v 64, 2573d; 89 v 113; 90 v 190; 93 v 113; 97 v 531, 2573b; GC 999, 1000, 1002-1; 102 v 360; Bureau of...

, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4238-l, 4238m; 85 v 99, 1, 2; 93 v 43; GC 1003, 1005, 1004; 102 v 53; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. This section concerned accident reports. ...


, 140 v S 282, 2 [RS 4238-15, 4238-16; 89 v 373; 93 v 87; GC 1006, 1007; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 7-4-84. This section concerned handrails. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4364-80; 92 v 317; GC 1020; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. This section referred to rooms used for manufacture of wearing apparel or tobacco goods. ...

, 140 v S 282, 2 [RS 4364.81; 92 v 317, 2; GC 1021, 1022; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 7-4-84. These sections concerned entrances and water closets for rooms used...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4364-81--4364-83; 92 v 317, 2-4; GC 1023, 1023-1, 1024; 103 v 491; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. These sections concerned manufacture of...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4364-84-- 4364-89c; 92 v 318, 5; 92 v 319, 6; 93 v 155, 2-4; 94 v 42; GC 1025-1027; 100 v 63; 102 v 428; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 127 v 239; 130 v...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4364-89a, 4364-89b, 4364-89d, 4364-89e; 93 v 156, 6; 94 v 42, 2; 94 v 43, 3; GC 1028, 1029; 100 v 64, 5, 6; 102 v 427; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 139...


, 140 v S 282, 2 [GC 1028-1, 1028-2; 102 v 360; 119 v 178; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 7-4-84. These sections concerned safety rules, and egress in case of fire. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 1028-4, 1028-7; 108 v PtII, 1121, 1-4; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. These sections concerned safety precautions and rules. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 1031, 1032, 1032-1; 99 v 232, 2; 110 v 280; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. These sections concerned inspection of schools, assembly buildings, etc. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 1033-1035; 99 v 233, 3-5; 110 v 280; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. These sections concerned inspection of schools, assembly buildings, etc. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 1011-1, 1036, 1037; 99 v 233, 6; 99 v 234, 9; 110 v 280; 110 v 314, 1; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. These sections concerned the duties...


, 139 v H 74, 2 [RS 4364-69; 82 v 131; 86 v 62; 88 v 87; 93 v 35, 36; GC 1008-1010; 102 v 488; 103 v 555; 107 v 149; 108 v PtI, 540; 117 v 539; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 133 v...


, 139 v H 74, 2 [RS 4364-70; 82 v 131; 93 v 36; GC 1008-1, 1008-3, 1011; 102 v 488; 117 v 539; 119 v 318; 122 v 742; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 125 v 205; 126 v 173; 132 v H 2; 136...


, 139 v H 74, 2 [GC 1008-2, 1008-2a, 1008-4; 117 v 539; 119 v 230, 318; 122 v 742; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 125 v 205, 287; 126 v 173; 129 v 1065; 135 v S 1]. Eff 7-21-82....


, 139 v H 74, 2 [GC 1008-5-- 1008-7; 117 v 539; 119 v 318; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 7-21-82. These sections concerned employer record keeping and enforcement of...

, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4364-77; 93 v 160, 7; GC 990; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. This section concerned the duties of inspectors of bakeries. ...


, 140 v S 282, 2 [RS 4364-71-73; 93 v 159, 160, 1-3; GC 1012-1014; 120 v 334; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 7-4-84. These sections concerned plumbing, ventilation, location...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4364-74-- 4364-76; 93 v 160, 4-6; GC 1015-1018; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. These sections concerned bakeries. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [RS 4364-79; 93 v 161, 9; GC 1019; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 140 v S 282]. Eff 10-29-95. This section concerned bakeries. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 139 v H 74; 140 v S 282]. Eff 10-29-95. This section concerned penalties. ...


As used in this chapter: (A) Employ means to permit or suffer to work. (B) Employer means the state, its political subdivisions, and every person who employs any individual. (C)...


(A) Except as provided in division (B) of this section or in section 4109.06 of the Revised Code, no minor of compulsory school age shall be employed by any employer unless the minor presents...


No employer shall employ a minor before thoroughly reviewing the minor's age and schooling certificate, required by law, or fail to give notice to the superintendent of schools or...


No employer or officer or agent of an employer shall participate or acquiesce in any violation of law relating to compulsory education or employment of minors. ...


(A) The director of commerce, after consultation with the director of health, shall adopt rules, in accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code, prohibiting the employment of minors...


(A) This chapter does not apply to: (1) Minors who are students working on any properly guarded machines in the manual training department of any school when the work is performed under...


(A) No person under sixteen years of age shall be employed: (1) During school hours except where specifically permitted by this chapter; (2) Before seven a.m.; (3) After nine p.m. from the...


(A) After a minor employee has made a written request that an employer give notice of the nonuse of the minor's age and schooling certificate, should the employer fail to mail the document to...


(A) No employer shall give employment to a minor, without agreeing with him as to the wages or compensation he shall receive for each day, week, month, or year; or per piece, for work...


Every employer shall keep a time book or other written records which shall state the name, address, and occupation of each minor employed, the number of hours worked by such minor on each day...


(A) No person shall continue to employ any minor in violation of any law relating to the employment of minors after being notified of the violation in writing by the director of commerce or...


(A) The director of commerce shall designate enforcement officials to enforce this chapter. (B) An enforcement official, upon discovery of a violation of this chapter and after notice to...

, 137 v H 883, 2 [RS 6986-1; 99 v 31; GC 13002, 13003, 13007-4; 103 v 864; 123 v 613; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-12-79. These sections concerned employment of minors. ...


, 137 v H 883, 2 [RS 6984, 6985; 72 v 152; 73 v 219; GC 12903-4, 12968, 12969, 13007-6; 102 v 413; 103 v 864; 111 v 63; 123 v 456; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 133 v H 1130]....


, 137 v H 883, 2 [RS 6986-1 - 6986-3; 87 v 161; GC 12972, 12973; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-12-79. This section concerned employment of children. ...

(A) No employer shall employ any minor who is under sixteen years of age in any door-to-door sales activity unless that employer is registered pursuant to this section and otherwise is...


, 137 v H 883, 2 [RS 6986-8; 99 v 30, 32; GC 12993-1, 12996, 12999; 103 v 864; 108 v PtI, 532; 109 v 376; 117 v 539; 120 v 63; 122 v 742; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 125 v 205; 125...


, 137 v H 883, 2 [RS 6986-8; 99 v 30, 32; GC 12996-1, 12997, 12998; 101 v 240; 103 v 864; 109 v 376; 122 v 742; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 135 v S 1]. Eff 1-12-79. These...


, 137 v H 883, 2 [RS 6986-7; 99 v 30; GC 12995, 13007-1; 103 v 864; 109 v 376; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-12-79. These sections contained certificates for employment...


, 137 v H 883, 2 [RS 6986-1; 99 v 31, 32; GC 13007-7, 13007-9, 13007-10; 103 v 864; 109 v 376; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 135 v S 1]. Eff 1-12-79. These sections prohibited...


, 137 v H 883, 2 [RS 4022-12; 90 v 290; 95 v 622; 99 v 32; GC 12987, 13007; 109 v 376; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 135 v S 1]. Eff 1-12-79. These sections provided for fines to...


, 135 v S 1, 2 [RS 4022-14; 90 v 291, 14; 95 v 622; 4022-14; GC 12988; 109 v 376(399); Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-1-74. This section required that any person...


, 137 v H 883, 2 [GC 13007-8, 13007-14; 103 v 864; 109 v 376; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 135 v S 1]. Eff 1-12-79. These sections concerned minors refusing to state age, name and...

, 136 v H 837, 2 [GC 13007-13; 103 v 864(913); Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 5-25-76. This section prohibited giving false statement in affidavit or certificate. ...


, 137 v H 883, 2 [RS 4364-65--4364-67; 90 v 55, 56; 95 v 55; 95 v 598; GC 12989--12991; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-12-79. These sections regulated employment of minors. ...

(A) Whoever violates section 4109.04, division (C) of section 4109.07, division (A), (B), or (D) of section 4109.08, section 4109.11, or division (B) of section 4109.12 of the Revised Code...


As used in sections 4111.01 to 4111.17 of the Revised Code: (A) Wage means compensation due to an employee by reason of employment, payable in legal tender of the United States or checks...


(A) Every employer shall pay each of his employees at a wage rate of not less than three dollars and eighty cents per hour beginning on September 25, 1990, and not less than four dollars...


(A) An employer shall pay an employee for overtime at a wage rate of one and one-half times the employee's wage rate for hours worked in excess of forty hours in one workweek, in the manner...


The director of commerce may: (A) Investigate and ascertain the wages of persons employed in any occupation in the state; (B) Enter and inspect the place of business or employment of any...


In order to prevent curtailment of opportunities for employment, to avoid undue hardship, and to safeguard the minimum wage rates under sections 4111.01 to 4111.17 of the Revised Code,...


The director of commerce may adopt rules under section 4111.05 of the Revised Code, permitting employment of apprentices at a wage rate not less than eighty-five per cent of the minimum wage...


Every employer subject to sections 4111.01 to 4111.17 of the Revised Code, or to any rule adopted thereunder, shall make and keep for a period of not less than three years a record of the...


Every employer subject to sections 4111.01 to 4111.17 of the Revised Code, or to any rules issued thereunder, shall keep a summary of the sections, approved by the director of commerce, and...


(A) Any employer who pays any employee less than wages to which the employee is entitled under sections 4111.01 to 4111.17 of the Revised Code, is liable to the employee affected for the...


Any standards relating to minimum wages, overtime compensation, or other working conditions in effect under any other law of this state on the effective date of sections 4111.01 to 4111.17 of...


(A) No employer shall hinder or delay the director of commerce in the performance of the director's duties in the enforcement of sections 4111.01 to 4111.17 of the Revised Code, or refuse to...


, 135 v H 201, 2 [GC 154-45l, 45r, 45s; 115 v 506, 9; 115 v 508, 15; 115 v 509, 16; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-1-74. These sections concerned procedure in case...


(A) No employer, including the state and political subdivisions thereof, shall discriminate in the payment of wages on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, or ancestry...


(A) As used in this chapter: (1) Person includes one or more individuals, partnerships, associations, organizations, corporations, legal representatives, trustees, trustees in...


It shall be an unlawful discriminatory practice: (A) For any employer, because of the race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, or ancestry of any person, to discharge...


There is hereby created the Ohio civil rights commission to consist of five members, not more than three of whom shall be of the same political party, to be appointed by the governor, with...


(A) The commission shall do all of the following: (1) Establish and maintain a principal office in the city of Columbus and any other offices within the state that it considers necessary;...


(A) The commission, as provided in this section, shall prevent any person from engaging in unlawful discriminatory practices, provided that, before instituting the formal hearing authorized...


(A) Any complainant, or respondent claiming to be aggrieved by a final order of the commission, including a refusal to issue a complaint, may obtain judicial review thereof, and the commission...


Every person subject to division (A), (B), (C), (D), or (E) of section 4112.02 of the Revised Code shall post in a conspicuous place or places on his premises a notice to be prepared or...


This chapter shall be construed liberally for the accomplishment of its purposes, and any law inconsistent with any provision of this chapter shall not apply. Nothing contained in this...


The executive director, compliance officer, each field investigator, and each regional director of the Ohio civil rights commission, with respect to matters relating to his official duties,...


The attorney general shall conduct all litigation in which the Ohio civil rights commission participates as a party pursuant to Chapter 4112. of the Revised Code. ...


(A) No person shall willfully fail or neglect to attend and testify or answer any lawful inquiry or produce records, documents, or other evidence, if in his power to do so, in obedience to...


(A) There is hereby created the commission on African-American males, which shall consist of not more than forty-one members as follows: the directors or their designees of the departments...


(A) The commission on African-American males shall do all of the following: (1) Oversee and supervise four separate and distinct subcommittees devoted to solving problems and...


(A) No employer shall discriminate in any job opening against any applicant or discharge without just cause any employee aged forty or older who is physically able to perform the duties...


There is hereby created in the state treasury the civil rights commission general reimbursement fund, which shall be used to pay operating costs of the commission. All money paid to the...


Whoever violates this chapter is subject to a civil action for damages, injunctive relief, or any other appropriate relief. ...


A day's work in a mechanical, manufacturing, or mining business shall consist of eight hours and shall be so enforced unless the contract therefor expressly provides otherwise. ...


Every undertaking or promise, whether written or oral, express or implied, constituting, or contained in, any contract or agreement of hiring or employment between any individual,...

In all actions brought to recover from an employer for personal injuries suffered by his employee or for death resulting to such employee from such personal injuries, while in the employ of...


If the employee of any employer referred to in section 4113.03 of the Revised Code receives any personal injury by reason of any defect or unsafe condition in any ways, works, boats,...


In all actions described in section 4113.03 of the Revised Code the negligence of a fellow servant of the employee is not a defense where the injury or death was in any way caused or...


When it appears in an action described in section 4113.03 of the Revised Code that the injury or death was caused in whole or in part by the neglect of the employer in failing to properly...


In all actions, described in section 4113.03 of the Revised Code, the fact that the employee may have been guilty of contributory negligence shall not bar a recovery where his...


In all actions described in section 4113.03 of the Revised Code, where a minor employee has been employed or retained in employment contrary to the laws of this state or of the United States,...


In all actions described in section 4113.03 of the Revised Code, any contract, rule, regulation, or device, the purpose or intent of which is to enable any employer to exempt himself from...

, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 6247-6249; 99 v 32, 4; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. These sections concerned female visitors as inspectors of shops and factories. ...

, 148 v H 283, 2 [GC 6250; 99 v 32, 4; 109 v 376(389); Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 146 v S 162]. Eff 9-29-99. This section concerned enforcement of school attendance. The...

(A) Every individual, firm, partnership, association, or corporation doing business in this state shall, on or before the first day of each month, pay all its employees the wages earned by...


No corporation, contractor, person, or partnership subject to section 4113.15 of the Revised Code shall, by a special contract with an employee or by other means, exempt itself from this...

No person, firm, or corporation engaged in any enterprise in this state shall sell or procure for sale to its employees any article, product, or merchandise not of its own production or...


No person shall compel, seek to compel, or attempt to coerce an employee of himself or another to purchase goods or supplies from a particular person, firm, or corporation. ...


No person shall sell goods or supplies to his employee, or pay such employee wages or a part thereof in goods or supplies, directly or through the intervention of scrip, orders, or other...


A person violating section 4113.18 or 4113.19 of the Revised Code is liable to the party aggrieved in double the amount of charges made for such wares, tools, and machinery, or for the...


No employer shall require any prospective employee or applicant for employment to pay the cost of a medical examination required by the employer as a condition of employment. As used in...


The prosecuting attorney, upon complaint made to him of a violation of section 4113.18 or 4113.19 of the Revised Code, shall cause such complaint to be investigated before the grand jury. ...


(A) No employer or physician, other health care professional, hospital, or laboratory that contracts with the employer to provide medical information pertaining to employees shall refuse...



(A) As used in this section: (1) Successor employer means any purchaser, assignee, or transferee of a business that is party to a collective bargaining agreement, if the purchaser, assignee,...


(A) An employee in the telephone industry who is granted or has previously been granted a leave of absence for union management relations requiring the employee's absence from regular duties...


(A) No employer shall terminate an employee who is a member of a volunteer fire department, or who is employed by a political subdivision of this state as a volunteer firefighter, or who is...


As used in sections 4113.51 to 4113.53 of the Revised Code: (A) Employee means any person who performs a service for wages or other remuneration for an employer. (B) Employer means any...


(A)(1)(a) If an employee becomes aware in the course of the employee's employment of a violation of any state or federal statute or any ordinance or regulation of a political subdivision that...


Section 4113.52 of the Revised Code does not diminish or impair the rights of a person under a collective bargaining agreement, or permit disclosures that would diminish or impair the rights...


(A)(1) If a subcontractor or materialman submits an application or request for payment or an invoice for materials to a contractor in sufficient time to allow the contractor to include...


(A) Any provision of a construction contract, agreement, or understanding that waives rights under a surety bond is void and unenforceable as against public policy. (B) Any provision of...


(A) As used in this section: (1) Employee means an individual currently or formerly employed by an employer. (2) Employer means the state, any political subdivision of the state, any...


(A) Whoever violates section 4113.15 of the Revised Code is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree. (B) Whoever violates section 4113.16, 4113.18, or 4113.19 of the Revised Code is guilty...


, 133 v H 436 [GC 17-1; 03 v 854; 108 v PtII, 1286; 119 v 132; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-14-69. This section concerned number of hours constituting a day's work; week's work. ...


The chief of the fire department of each municipal corporation, township, or fire district employing three or more full-time paid firemen, unless exempt under this section, shall divide...


(A) Every public authority authorized to contract for or construct with its own forces a public improvement, before advertising for bids or undertaking such construction with its own forces,...


The prevailing rate of wages to be paid for a legal day's work, as prescribed in section 4115.04 of the Revised Code, to laborers, workers, or mechanics upon public works shall not be less at...


All contractors and subcontractors required by sections 4115.03 to 4115.16 of the Revised Code, and the action of any public authority to pay not less than the prevailing rate of wages shall...


No public official, authorized to contract for or construct with the official's own forces a public improvement, shall fail, before advertising for bids or undertaking such construction with...


No member of a public board, commission, or other public authority authorized to contract for or construct with its own forces a public improvement, shall vote for the award of any contract...


(A) No person, firm, corporation, or public authority that constructs a public improvement with its own forces, the total overall project cost of which is fairly estimated to be more than...


Employers who have not established a plan, by a labor agreement or otherwise, for the provision of wages as defined in division (E)(2) of section 4115.03 of the Revised Code shall pay...


In order to facilitate the administration of sections 4115.03 to 4115.16 of the Revised Code, and to achieve the purposes of those sections, the director of commerce may adopt reasonable...


(A) Upon the director's own motion or within five days of the filing of a complaint under section 4115.10 or 4115.16 of the Revised Code, the director of commerce, or a representative...


If it is found that a person, public authority, or prevailing wage coordinator has not complied with sections 4115.03 to 4115.16 of the Revised Code, the director of commerce shall give...


(A) An interested party may file a complaint with the director of commerce alleging a violation of sections 4115.03 to 4115.16 of the Revised Code. The director, upon receipt of a complaint,...


As used in sections 4116.01 to 4116.04 of the Revised Code: (A) Public authority means any officer, board, or commission of the state, or any political subdivision of the state, or...


A public authority, when engaged in procuring products or services, awarding contracts, or overseeing procurement or construction for public improvements, shall ensure that bid...


No public authority shall do any of the following: (A) Award a contract for a public improvement in violation of section 4116.02 of the Revised Code; (B) Discriminate against any...


(A) An interested party may file a complaint against a contracting public authority alleging a violation of section 4116.02 or 4116.03 of the Revised Code within two years after the date on...


As used in this chapter: (A) Person, in addition to those included in division (C) of section 1.59 of the Revised Code, includes employee organizations, public employees, and public...


(A) Public employees have the right to: (1) Form, join, assist, or participate in, or refrain from forming, joining, assisting, or participating in, except as otherwise provided in Chapter...


(A) Public employers shall extend to an exclusive representative designated under section 4117.05 of the Revised Code, the right to represent exclusively the employees in the...


(A) An employee organization becomes the exclusive representative of all the public employees in an appropriate unit for the purposes of collective bargaining by either: (1) Being certified by...


(A) The state employment relations board shall decide in each case the unit appropriate for the purposes of collective bargaining. The determination is final and conclusive and not appealable...


(A) When a petition is filed, in accordance with rules prescribed by the state employment relations board: (1) By any employee or group of employees, or any individual or employee...


(A) All matters pertaining to wages, hours, or terms and other conditions of employment and the continuation, modification, or deletion of an existing provision of a collective...


(A) The parties to any collective bargaining agreement shall reduce the agreement to writing and both execute it. (B) The agreement shall contain a provision that: (1) Provides for a...


(A) An agreement between a public employer and an exclusive representative entered into pursuant to this chapter governs the wages, hours, and terms and conditions of public employment covered...


(A) It is an unfair labor practice for a public employer, its agents, or representatives to: (1) Interfere with, restrain, or coerce employees in the exercise of the rights guaranteed in...


(A) Whoever violates section 4117.11 of the Revised Code is guilty of an unfair labor practice remediable by the state employment relations board as specified in this section. (B) When...


(A) The state employment relations board or the complaining party may petition the court of common pleas for any county wherein an unfair labor practice occurs, or wherein any person charged...


(A) The procedures contained in this section govern the settlement of disputes between an exclusive representative and a public employer concerning the termination or modification of an...


(A) Whenever a strike by members of a police or fire department, members of the state highway patrol, deputy sheriffs, dispatchers employed by a police, fire or sheriff's department or the...


(A) Whenever the public employer believes that a lawful strike creates clear and present danger to the health or safety of the public, the public employer may petition the court of common...


Formal charges, petitions, complaints, orders, evidence, fact-finding recommendations, and other proceedings instituted by the state employment relations board under Chapter 4117. of the...


(A) No person shall purposely refuse to obey an order issued by a court of competent jurisdiction under Chapter 4117. of the Revised Code. (B) No person shall purposely refuse to obey a...


(A) Every employee organization that is certified or recognized as a representative of public employees under Chapter 4117. of the Revised Code shall file with the state employment relations...


(A) No person who is a member of the same local, state, national, or international organization as the employee organization with which the public employer is bargaining or who has an interest...


Collective bargaining meetings between public employers and employee organizations are private, and are not subject to section 121.22 of the Revised Code. ...


(A) In the case of a strike that is not authorized in accordance with this chapter, the public employer may notify the state employment relations board of the strike and request the board...


The training and publications fund is hereby created in the state treasury. The state employment relations board shall deposit into the training and publications fund all payments received by...


(A) There is hereby created the industrial commission. The commission shall consist of three members appointed by the governor, with the advice and consent of the senate. One member shall be...


(A) The governor shall appoint from among the members of the industrial commission the chairperson of the industrial commission. The chairperson shall serve as chairperson at the pleasure of...


(A) There is hereby created the industrial commission nominating council consisting of four employer representatives and four labor representatives and two members of the public. The...


, 143 v H 222, 2 [GC 871-4; 103 v 95, 4; 106 v 26; 107 v 169; 120 v 449; 121 v 660; 122 v 576; 124 v 3; 124 v 825; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 126 v 318; 127 v 907; 127 v 7; 127 v...


(A) There is hereby created the services committee of the workers' compensation system, consisting of one member of the bureau of workers' compensation appointed by the administrator of...


The members of the industrial commission, the administrator of workers' compensation, and employees and deputies of the commission and the bureau of workers' compensation are entitled to...


The industrial commission shall have an official seal for the authentication of its orders and proceedings, upon which seal shall be engraved The Industrial Commission of Ohio, and such...


The industrial commission shall be in continuous session and open for the transaction of business during all business hours of every day excepting Sundays and legal holidays. The sessions of...


(A)(1) Employee means: (a) Every person in the service of the state, or of any county, municipal corporation, township, or school district therein, including regular members of...


146 v S 162, 2 [GC 6330-1, 6330-2, 6330-10; 103 v 819, 2, 10; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 143 v H 222]. Eff 10-29-95. ...


146 v S 162, 2 [GC 6330-3--6330-5; 103 v 819, 3-5; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-29-95. ...


146 v S 162, 2 [GC 6330-8; 103 v 819, 8; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 130 v 941]. Eff 10-29-95. ...


146 v S 162, 2 [GC 6330-9; 103 v 819, 9; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 133 v S 460]. Eff 10-29-95. This section concerned penalties. ...


As used in sections 4127.01 to 4127.14 of the Revised Code: (A) Work-relief employee means any person engaged in any public relief employment, and receiving work-relief, who is under...


The administrator of workers' compensation may hear and determine all claims for compensation, death benefits, medical, nurse, and hospital services, medicine, and funeral expenses under...


Every work-relief employee who sustains an injury and the dependents of such as are killed, in the course of and arising out of employment, wheresoever such injury or death occurs, except...


The basis upon which compensation or benefits shall be computed, is the amount of work-relief which would have been afforded to the injured person for the calendar week in which the injury...


The premiums, collected under this chapter shall be paid into a separate fund to be known as the public work-relief employees' compensation fund, and all compensation, death benefits, and...


During periods of temporary disability and partial disability other than that resulting from loss of a member or sight or total or partial loss of use of a member, an injured work-relief...


Every employer shall contribute to the public work-relief employees' compensation fund the amount of money determined by the administrator of workers' compensation, with the advice and consent...


The administrator of workers' compensation, under special circumstances and with the advice and consent of the workers' compensation oversight commision, may adjust the rate of disbursements...


, 137 v H 1282, 2 [GC 3496-10; 116 v 212; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-1-79. This section concerned failure of employer to pay premium. ...


Employers who comply with sections 4127.01 to 4127.14 of the Revised Code, are not liable to respond in damages at common law or by statute for injury or death of any work-relief...

, 137 v H 1282, 2 [GC 3496-11, 3496-14; 116 v 212; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-1-79. Thees sections concerned claims barred and fees. ...


Chapter 4123. of the Revised Code, except sections 4123.512 [4123.51.2], 4123.62, and 4123.64 of the Revised Code, apply to this chapter. ...


Sections 4127.01 to 4127.14, inclusive, of the Revised Code apply to all work-relief employees who are injured and to the dependents of such as are killed, whether such injury or death...


, 136 v S 545, 2 [RS 4364-93--4364-95; 90 v 84; 92 v 324; GC 1063--1065, 1077; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-17-77. These sections provided for arbitration of certain...


, 136 v S 545, 2 [RS 4364-96--4364-98; 90 v 85; 91 v 373; GC 1066--1068; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-17-77. These sections provided for arbitration of certain labor disputes. ...


, 136 v S 545, 2 [RS 4364-98--4364-100; 90 v 85; 91 v 373; GC 1069--1071; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-17-77. These sections provided for arbitration of certain...


, 136 v S 545, 2 [RS 4364-93, 4364-101--4364-104; 90 v 84; 90 v 86; 91 v 374; 92 v 324; 92 v 325; GC 1072--1076; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-17-77. These sections provided...


(A) The administrator of workers' compensation shall have the same powers and duties of administration, collection, maintenance, investment, and disbursement of the coal-workers...


(A) For the relief of persons who are entitled to receive benefits by virtue of the federal act, there is hereby established a coal-workers pneumoconiosis fund, which shall be separate from...


(A) For the purpose of sections 4131.01 to 4131.06 of the Revised Code, each subscriber shall pay premiums upon the basis and at the intervals determined by the administrator of...


(A) Upon receipt of an order of compensation issued pursuant to a claim for benefits under the provisions of the federal act, the administrator of workers' compensation shall disburse from...


(A) The collection of premiums, the administration and investment of the coal-worker's pneumoconiosis fund, and the payment of benefits therefrom shall not create any liability upon the state....


As used in sections 4131.11 to 4131.16 of the Revised Code: (A) Federal act means the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act Amendments of 1972, 86 Stat. 1251,...


(A) For the relief of persons who are entitled to receive benefits by virtue of the federal act, there is hereby established a marine industry fund, which shall be separate from the...


(A) For the purpose of sections 4131.11 to 4131.16 of the Revised Code, each subscriber shall pay premiums upon the basis and at the intervals determined by the administrator of...


(A) Upon receipt of an order of compensation issued pursuant to a claim for benefits under the federal act, the bureau of workers' compensation shall disburse from the marine industry fund...


(A) The collection of premiums, the administration and investment of the marine industry fund, and the payment of benefits therefrom shall not create any liability upon the state. (B) Except for...


As used in sections 4139.01 to 4139.06 of the Revised Code: (A) Apprentice means a person at least sixteen years of age who is covered by an apprenticeship agreement. (B)...


There is hereby established in the department of job and family services an apprenticeship council consisting of nine members and selected by the director of job and family services as...


The apprenticeship council may establish minimum standards for apprenticeship programs and may formulate policies and issue rules as may be necessary to carry out the purpose of sections...


The director of job and family services shall appoint the executive secretary of the apprenticeship council, which appointment shall be subject to confirmation by a majority vote of the...


The executive secretary of the apprenticeship council has the following duties: (A) Encourage the voluntary participation of employers and employees in the furtherance of the objective of...


Participation in apprenticeship programs by persons, firms, political subdivisions, corporations, employer associations, or organizations of employees shall be entirely on a voluntary basis...


As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires: (A)(1) Employer means the state, its instrumentalities, its political subdivisions and their instrumentalities, and any...


, 146 v S 293, 2 [GC 887-889, 886, 890; 108 v Pt I, 349, 2-5; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 129 v 329; 130 v H 1; 132 v H 911; 136 v H 1062; 137 v H 829; 138 v S 367; 139 v H 694;...


, 146 v S 293, 2 [GC 894-896; 108 v Pt I, 349, 9-11; 120 v 358; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 129 v 329; 132 v H 911; 133 v H 742; 138 v S 367; 139 v H 694; 143 v H 275]. Eff...


, 146 v S 293, 2 [GC 896-11/2896-3; 108 v Pt I, 349, 12-14; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 127 v 847; 129 v 329; 138 v S 367; 139 v H 1; 143 v H 275]. Eff 9-26-96. These...


, 146 v S 293, 2 [GC 896-4, 896-6; 108 v Pt I, 349, 15, 17; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 129 v 329; 130 v 981; 138 v S 367; 143 v H 275]. Eff 9-26-96. These sections concerned...


, 146 v S 293, 2 [GC 896-14, 896-15, 896-11; 108 v Pt I, 349, 25, 26, 22; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 127 v 1039; 128 v 823; 129 v 329, 582; 133 v S 460; 136 v H 205; 138 v S...


, 146 v S 293, 2 [GC 896-12, 896-9, 896-13; 108 v Pt I, 349, 23, 20, 24; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 129 v 329; 138 v H 1237; 138 v H 736; 138 v S 367; 139 v H 694; 141 v H 201;...


, 146 v S 293, 2 [GC 896-8, 896-10; 108 v Pt I, 349, 19, 21; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 129 v 329; 138 v S 367; 143 v H 275]. Eff 9-26-96. These sections concerned regulation...


, 146 v S 293, 2 [Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 132 v H 1; 137 v H 829; 143 v H 275]. Eff 9-26-96. This section provided penalties concerning personnel placement services...

RC 1561.01 to 1561.03 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 898-5, 898-6, 898-9; 119 v 457, 6, 7, 10; 123 v 218; 123 v 862(911), 3; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 131 v 1009; 140 v H 241]. Eff 10-29-95. These...

RC 1561.49 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 898-7; 119 v 457, 8; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 132 v S 433]. Eff 10-29-95. This section referred to location of office of chief, maps, plans, and records. ...



RC 1561.04 to 1561.06 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 898-173; 119 v 457(529), 174; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 131 v 1011]. Eff 10-29-95. This section concerned new mines. ...


RC 1561.07, 1561.10 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1561.11, 1561.12 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1561.13, 1561.14 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

 


to RC 1561.15 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...



RC 1561.16, 1561.17 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1561.22 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1561.23 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 898-21; 119 v 457(472), 22; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 137 v H 1]. Eff 10-29-95. This section concerned appointment of employees of the division of mines. ...


RC 1561.25 to 1561.27 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1561.28 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


, 146 v S 162, 2 [GC 898-18, 898-13, 898-30; 119 v 457, 19, 14, 31; 123 v 218; 123 v 862(913), 3; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 131 v 1016; 138 v H 264]. Eff 10-29-95. These...


RC 1561.32 to 1561.34 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1561.35 to 1561.37 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1561.38, 1561.50, 1561.51 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1561.47 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...



, 140 v H 241, 2 [Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 7-20-84. This section provided that certain terms used in Chapter 4153. have the same meaning as set forth in RC 4151.01. ...


RC 1563.02 to 1563.04 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

to RC 1563.07 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1563.08 to 1563.10 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1563.11 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

RC 1563.12, 1563.13 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1563.17, 1563.18 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1563.19 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

RC 1563.20 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1563.21 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


, 136 v 857, 2 [GC 898-84; 119 v 457(496); Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-25-77. This section concerned underground cables. ...


to RC 1563.23 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1563.24 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1563.25 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1563.26 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1563.27 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1563.28 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

to RC 1563.29 to 1563.31 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1563.32 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1563.33, 1563.34 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1563.35 to 1563.37 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

 

, 136 v H 857, 2 [GC 898-156; 119 v 457(524); Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 1-25-77. This section concerned duty to supply miner with necessary props to make working place secure. ...


to RC 1563.39 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1563.40, 1563.41 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

, 139 v S 323, 2 [GC 898-106; 119 v 457 (506), 107; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 136 v H 857]. Eff 3-18-83. This section concerned the quarterly report made by the operator of a mine. ...


RC 1563.45, 1563.46 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...



to RC 1563.99 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


, 140 v H 241, 2 [Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 129 v 582 (879)]. Eff 7-20-84. This section provided that certain terms used in Chapter 4155. have the same meaning as set forth in RC...


RC 1565.02 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1565.03, 1565.04 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1565.08, 1565.09 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1565.10 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1565.11 to 1565.13 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1565.14 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

RC 1565.15, 1565.16 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1565.17, 1565.18 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 1565.17, 1565.18 were repealed in HB 384 (148 v --), eff 11-24-99. ...


RC 1565.19 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 1565.19 was repealed in HB 384 (148 v --), eff 11-24-99. ...

to RC 1565.20 to 1565.22 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 1565.20, 1565.21, 1565.22 were repealed in HB 384 (148 v --), eff 11-24-99. ...


RC 1565.23 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 1565.23 was repealed in HB 384 (148 v --), eff 11-24-99. ...


to RC 1565.24 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...



to RC 1565.99 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...



, 140 v H 241, 2 [Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 7-20-84. This section provided that certain terms used in Chapter 4157. have the same meanings as set forth in RC 4151.01. ...


RC 1567.02 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.03 to 1567.05 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1567.06 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.07 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

RC 1567.08 to 1567.10 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1567.11 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.12 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1567.13 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.14 to 1567.16 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.20 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...



RC 1567.21 to 1567.23 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.24 to 1567.26 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.27 to 1567.29 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 1567.28 and 1567.29 were repealed in HB 384 (148 v --), eff 11-24-99. ...


to RC 1567.30 to 1567.32 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.33 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.36 to 1567.38 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 1567.37 was repealed in HB 384 (148 v --), eff 11-24-99. ...

RC 1567.39 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

to RC 1567.40, 1567.41 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1567.42, 1567.43 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.44 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1567.45 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.46 to 1567.48 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.49 to 1567.51 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1567.52 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.53 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

RC 1567.54, 1567.55 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

to RC 1567.56 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 1567.56 was repealed in HB 384 (148 v --), eff 11-24-99. ...


RC 1567.57 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

to RC 1567.58 to 1567.60 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1567.61 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

to RC 1567.62 to 1567.64 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. RC 1567.64 was repealed in HB 384 (148 v --), eff 11-24-99. ...


to RC 1567.65 to 1567.67 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

to RC 1567.68 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

RC 1567.69 to 1567.71 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.72 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1567.73 to 1567.75 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

to RC 1567.76 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1567.77, 1567.78 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1567.79 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...

 

 

, 131 v 1737, 2 [GC 898-39, 898-181; 119 v 457; 124 v 253; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned oil and gas wells. See now RC Chapter 1509. ...


, 131 v 1737, 2 [GC 898-184, 898-185, 898-188; 119 v 457; 120 v 94; 120 v 198; 124 v 253; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned oil and gas wells. See...


, 131 v 1737, 2 [GC 898-182, 898-186, 898-189; 119 v 457; 124 v 253; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned oil and gas wells. See now RC Chapter 1509. ...


, 131 v 1737, 2 [GC 898-187, 898-190, 898-193; 119 v 457; 124 v 253; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 127 v 254]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned oil and gas wells. See now RC...


, 131 v 1737, 2 [GC 898-191, 898-192, 898-194; 119 v 457; 124 v 253; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 125 v 903]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned oil and gas wells. See now RC...


, 131 v 1737, 2 [GC 898-197--898-199; 119 v 457; 124 v 253; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned abandoned oil or gas wells. ...


, 131 v 1737, 2 [GC 898-179, 898-195, 898-196; 119 v 457; 120 v 94; 124 v 253; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned oil and gas wells. See now RC...


, 131 v 1737, 2 [GC 898-183, 898-201; 119 v 457; 124 v 253; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 130 v 983]. Eff 10-15-65. These sections concerned oil and gas wells. See now RC Chapter 1509. ...


, 131 v 1737, 2 [GC 898-202; 119 v 457; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53]. Eff 10-15-65. ...




RC 1571.01 to 1571.03 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1571.04 to 1571.06 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


RC 1571.07 to 1571.09 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


, 145 v H 152, 2 [127 v 177 (196), (197); 132 v H 93; 135 v S 131; 137 v H 1]. Eff 7-1-93. These sections concerned the underground gas storage board of review. ...


RC 1571.14 to 1571.16 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


to RC 1571.17 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...


,to RC 1571.99 in 146 v S 162. Eff 10-29-95. ...



As used in Chapter 4163. of the Revised Code: (A) Atomic energy means all forms of energy released in the course of nuclear fission or nuclear transformation. (B) By-product material means...


No person shall manufacture, construct, produce, transfer, acquire, or possess any special nuclear material, by-product material, production facility, or utilization facility or act as an...


, 128 v 876 (887), 4 [127 v 270 (272, 273)]. Eff 11-4-59. These sections concerned coordinator of atomic development activities, powers and duties, compensation; also advisory board powers...


Whenever, in the opinion of the attorney general, any person is violating or is about to violate section 4163.02 of the Revised Code, the attorney general may apply to the appropriate court for...


(A)(1) Prior to transporting any large quantity of special nuclear material or by-product material into or through the state, the carrier or shipper of the material shall notify the...


Whoever violates division (E) of section 4163.07 of the Revised Code is guilty of a felony of the fourth degree. Each shipment made in violation of that division is a separate offense. ...


As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires: (A) Certification mark means a mark used in connection with the goods or services of a person other than the certifier to...


(A) A person engages in a deceptive trade practice when, in the course of the person's business, vocation, or occupation, the person does any of the following: (1) Passes off goods or services...


(A) This chapter does not apply to either of the following: (1) Conduct that is in compliance with the orders or rules of, or a statute administered by, a federal, state, or local...


As used in this chapter: (A) Public employer means any of the following: (1) The state and its instrumentalities; (2) Any political subdivisions and their instrumentalities, including...


(A) The director of commerce shall operate and enforce the public employment risk reduction program created by this chapter. (B) There is hereby created in the department of commerce the...


(A) Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, no provision of this chapter shall be construed to supersede or in any manner affect any workers' compensation law or to enlarge or diminish...


(A) Each public employer shall: (1) Furnish to each of his public employees employment and a place of employment free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death...


Each public employee shall: (A) Comply with Ohio employment risk reduction standards, rules, and orders adopted or issued pursuant to this chapter which are applicable to the public...


(A) The public employment risk reduction advisory commission shall adopt rules that establish employment risk reduction standards. Except as provided in division (B) of this section, in...


(A) In the event of an emergency or unusual situation, the director of commerce shall issue an emergency temporary Ohio employment risk reduction standard to take immediate effect upon...


(A) Any public employer affected by a proposed rule or Ohio employment risk reduction standard or any provision thereof proposed under section 4167.07, 4167.08, or 4167.26 of the Revised Code...


(A) In order to carry out the purposes of this chapter, the director of commerce or the director's designee shall, as provided in this section, inspect and investigate any plant,...


(A) In order to further the purposes of this chapter, the director of commerce shall develop and maintain, for public employers and public employees, an effective program of...


All information reported to or otherwise obtained by the director of commerce or the director's designee in connection with any investigation, inspection, or proceeding under this chapter...


(A) No public employer shall discharge or in any manner discriminate against any public employee because the public employee, in good faith, files any complaint or institutes any proceeding...


(A) Any court of common pleas has jurisdiction, upon petition of the director of commerce, to restrain any conditions or practices in any places of employment that present a danger that...


Any public employer, public employee, or public employee representative affected by an order, rule, or Ohio employment risk reduction standard proposed, adopted, or otherwise issued pursuant...


(A) Any party who is adversely affected by a final order of the director of commerce issued pursuant to division (G) of section 4167.10 or section 4167.15 of the Revised Code, and who...


(A) If a public employer, public employee, or public employee representative willfully fails to comply with any final order of the director of commerce issued pursuant to this chapter,...


All money, from whatever source, collected pursuant to this chapter shall be deposited into the state treasury to the credit of the public employment risk reduction fund, which is hereby created. ...


(A) A public employer, other than a state agency, may apply to the director of commerce for an order exempting the public employer from compliance with this chapter, except as provided in...


As used in this chapter: (A) Skier means any person who is using or wearing skis or any other device or any person who for the purpose of skiing is on a ski slope or ski trail that is located...


(A) For the purposes of regulating the construction, maintenance, mechanical operation, and inspection of passenger tramways that are associated with ski areas and of registering operators...


(A) Before a passenger tramway operator may operate any passenger tramway in the state, the operator shall apply to the ski tramway board, on forms prepared by it, for registration by the...


(A) The division of industrial compliance in the department of commerce shall make such inspection of the construction, maintenance, and mechanical operation of passenger tramways as the...


Any person may make a written complaint to the ski tramway board setting forth an alleged violation of the board's rules by a registered passenger tramway operator or a condition in...


(A) When facts are presented to any member of the ski tramway board that indicate that immediate danger exists in the continued operation of a passenger tramway, any member of the board,...


(A) A ski area operator shall be responsible for any construction that the operator actually performs or has actually performed and for the maintenance and operation of any passenger tramway...


(A) The general assembly recognizes that skiing as a recreational sport is hazardous to skiers regardless of all feasible safety measures that can be taken. It further recognizes that a...


A ski area operator, a tramway passenger, or a skier is liable for losses or damages caused by his failure to fulfill any of the responsibilities required by this chapter. A ski area operator,...


A ski area operator is not liable for any losses or damages suffered by a person who was in violation of section 2913.02 of the Revised Code at the time that the losses or damages occurred. ...


(A) Whoever violates division (B) of section 4169.02 or division (D) of section 4169.03 of the Revised Code shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars. (B) Whoever violates division (E)...


As used in Chapter 4171. of the Revised Code: (A) Operator means a person that owns, manages, controls, directs, or has operational responsibility for a roller skating rink. (B) Roller...


No person shall operate a roller skating rink without first obtaining a certificate of registration pursuant to this chapter. ...


(A) Before a person may operate any roller skating rink in the state, the person shall: (1) Apply to the superintendent of the division of industrial compliance in the department of commerce...


The general assembly acknowledges that the recreational sport of roller skating is practiced by a large number of citizens of Ohio, provides a wholesome and healthy family activity which should...


Each operator shall: (A) Post the responsibilities of roller skaters and spectators and the duties and liabilities of the operator as prescribed in this chapter, in conspicuous places in at...


Each operator shall maintain at least one floor supervisor on duty for every one hundred seventy-five roller skaters when the roller skating rink is open for sessions. The floor supervisor...


Each roller skater shall: (A) Maintain reasonable control of his speed and course at all times; (B) Heed all posted signs and warnings; (C) Maintain a proper outlook to avoid other roller...


The express assumption of risk set forth in section 4171.09 of the Revised Code shall serve as a complete defense in a tort or other civil action against an operator by a roller skater...


Chapter 4117. of the Revised Code shall be construed liberally for the accomplishment of the purpose of promoting orderly and constructive relationships between all public employers and...




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