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Required Workplace Safety Posting
  • Minnesota OSHA Safety and Health On the Job Poster.
    The poster must be displayed in prominent location. Other required posting are available at: http://www.dli.mn.gov/LS/Pdf/posters/mn_poster_pack.pdf

  • Emergency Telphone Numbers and Contact Information.
    To make sure emergency numbers are readily available to employees in case of an Emergency

  • A Copy of the Occupational Noise Exposure Standard Poster. 
    The standard per 29 CFR 1910.95 mandates that, if employees are exposed to an eight-hour, time-weighted average of 85 decibels or greater, employers must implement an effective hearing conservation program. Per per 29 CFR 1910.95(l)(1) "The employer shall make available to affected employees or their representatives copies of the standard and shall also post a copy in the workplace".

  • The Injury and Illness Summaries, OSHA Form 300A.
    Per 29 CFR 1904, the form is a summary of the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that occurred during the year. It must be posted between Feb. 1 and April 30. The forms are prepared and distributed by DEHS. see https://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/index.html

  • A Copy of any OSHA Citation
    Must be posted at or near the place a violation occurred for 3 days or until the violation is abated, or whichever is longer. OSHA citations inform the employer and employees of the regulations and standards alleged to have been violated and of the proposed length of time set to correct alleged hazards.

  • The Hazardous Waste Generator Liscence
    Issued every June or July of each year by the MN Pollution Control Agency.  It must be posted near the waste generation or storage room.  If you are forwarded one by EHS then you must post it.  This requirement applies only to facilities non-contiguous to UMD.   The UMD liscence is posted by EHS next to the central waste storage room .

Other Required Posting
  • Safety Warning Signs, Tags, and Caution or Information Signs.
    Per requirement of the Employee Right to Know/Hazard Communication Standard,  such posting must be displayed where there is immediate danger or potential hazards and where special instructions are needed i.e. exposure to any toxic substance or harmful physical agents, exposures to X-ray, microwave, or other harmful ionizing or non-ionizing radiation or infectious agents to inform employees of the presence of the hazards.
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