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Illinois Printable Free Job Safety Law Posters Illinois Job Safety and Health Poster

The Job Safety and Health is an Illinois job safety law poster provided for businesses by the Illinois Department Of Labor. This notification is required for some employers, such as public sector employers.

This poster contains information on the employee and employer rights with job safety and health. It is a simpler version of the mandatory OSHA poster provided by the federal government.

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LABORLABORLABOR
Illinois Department of	
The Illinois Occupational Safety and Health Act [820 ILCS 219] provides \
job safety and health protection for employees of state and local government 
agencies. The Illinois State Plan is a developmental plan partially fund\
ed by a federal grant. Any concerns regarding the administration of the Illinois State 
Plan can be forwarded to the OSHA Region V Office: Federal Building, 230 South Dearborn Street, Room 3244, Chicago,\
 IL 60604. Phone: 312-353-2220.The 23(g) State and Local Government Plan is funded by a federal grant which cons titutes fifty percent of the overall budget. Fifty percent is financed by  State funds. 
Required Posting for State and Local Government Employers
EMPLOYEES: 
•Yo u  have the right to a safe workplace.
 
• Yo u  have the right to raise a safety or health
concern with your employer or confidentially
with IL-OSHA.
• Yo u  have the right to request an IL-OSHA
inspection if you believe there are unsafe or
unhealthy conditions.
• Yo u  have the right to participate in an IL-OSHA
inspection and speak privately to the inspector.
• Yo u  have the right to see IL-OSHA citations issued
to your employer.
• Yo u  must comply with all standards under the
Illinois Occupational Safety and Health Act that
applies to your own actions and conduct on the job.
• Yo u  can file a complaint with IL-OSHA within 30
days if you have been retaliated against for
exercising your rights under the Act.
• Yo u  have the right to copies of your medical
records and records of your exposures to toxic
and harmful substances or conditions.	
EMPLOYERS: 
•	Must furnish employees a workplace free from
recognized hazards.	
•	Must comply with all applicable standards under
the Illinois Occupational Safety and Health Act.	
•	Must prominently display this poster in the
workplace as well as all notices and all official
correspondence received by IL-OSHA.	
•	Must post any citations issued by IL-OSHA at or
near the place of the alleged violation(s).	
•	Must correct workplace hazards by the date
indicated on the citation and must certify that
the hazards have been abated.	
•	Must maintain records of work-related injuries
and illnesses. Employers must post the previous
year annual summary (OSHA 300A) from
February 1 until April 30.	
•	NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENT: Employers must
orally report any work-related fatalities within 8
hours, and any inpatient hospitalization,
amputation, or loss of an eye within 24 hours by
calling 217-782-7860. This is a 24/7 hotline.	
Job Safety and Health 	
IT’S THE LAW!	
Printed by the Authority of the State of Illinois.    7/20   150 copies    IOCI 21-028	
State of Illinois 
Department of Labor	
www. Illinois.gov/idol 
160 N. LaSalle Street, C-1300  Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 793-7308
(312) 793-2081 fax [email protected] 
524 South 2nd, Suite 400 Springfield, IL 62701   (217) 782-9386 www.osha.illinois.gov 
524 South 2nd, Suite 400  Springfield, IL 62701   (217)  782-9386	
[email protected]	
Free Safety & Health Consultation Services

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More Illinois Labor Law Posters 9 PDFS

Minimum-Wage.org provides an additional eight required and optional Illinois labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print and post all required state labor law posters, as well as all of the mandatory federal labor law posters.

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Required Pregnancy In The Workplace - Illinois HRA (El EMBARAZO y sus DERECHOS en el LUGAR de TRABAJO) (Spanish) Workers Rights Law
Required Pregnancy In The Workplace - Illinois Human Rights Act Workers Rights Law
Required Workers' Compensation Workers Compensation Law
Required Unemployment Insurance Benefits Notice Unemployment Law
Required Your Rights Under Illinois Employment Laws (English) General Labor Law Poster

List of all 9 Illinois labor law posters


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