Employer means the state or any of its political subdivisions operating a place of employment (RSA 277:1-b,II).
Yes; Per New Hampshire Administrative Rules Chapter LAB 1403.01 Safety & Health Requirements
Yes; per New Hampshire Administrative Rules Chapter LAB 1403.62 Washing Facilities.
Yes, every employer shall provide and maintain reasonable and proper toilet facilities and reasonably sanitary and hygienic conditions for employees, per New Hampshire Statute 277:10.
Yes, all employees, including part time and seasonal are to be counted as part of your company's total workforce.
No, you must update your Safety Program at least every two years but you are not required to send a copy to the labor department.
No, effective January 1, 2013, the law was changed to require employers to file this form just one time. If you filed in 2011, 2012 or thereafter, you do not need to file again. Previously, employers were required to file this form every other year (biennially) on or before January 1st.
Either call and request a form from the Department of Labor or download the Safety Summary Form from our web site.
Yes; Per New Hampshire Administrative Rules Chapter LAB 1403.01(d).
File the form by the required date and note that the names of the committee members will be sent in after they are hired.
What do I do if I don't use subcontractors as asked for on Question #7 of the Safety Summary Form?
We need to know that if you should hire an outside service provider or contractor that someone in the company will be responsible for determining that any work being provided, or materials being used by these people will not affect the safety and health of the employees working in the facility.
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