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Title 296 WAC

Last Update: 6/17/14

LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DEPARTMENT OF

Chapters

Apprenticeship rules.
Public records.
State Environmental Policy Act guidelines.
Industrial insurance.
Claim resolution structured settlement agreements.
Workers' compensation self-insurance rules and regulations.
Industrial insurance discrimination.
EmployerWorker reemployment incentives.
Stay-at-work program.
General reporting rules, audit and recordkeeping, rates and rating system for Washington workers' compensation insurance.
Classifications for Washington workers' compensation insurance.
Retrospective rating for workers' compensation insurance.
Vocational rehabilitation.
Medical aid rules.
Reimbursement policies: Psychiatric services, biofeedback, physical medicine.
Radiology, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, pathology, hospital, chiropractic, physical therapy, drugless therapeutics and nursingDrugless therapeutics, etc.
Hospitals.
Ambulatory surgery center payment.
General safety and health standards.
Recordkeeping and reporting.
Rules for the administration of the crime victims compensation program.
Crime victims compensation mental health treatment rules and fees.
Safety standards for telecommunications.
Attendant services.
Safety standardsCompressed air work.
Standards for commercial diving operations.
Safety standards for electrical workers.
Electrical safety standards, administration, and installation.
Director's factory assembled structures advisory board.
Safety standards for possession, handling, and use of explosives.
Safety standardsLogging operations.
Safety standardsLongshore, stevedore and waterfront related operations.
Safety standards for ski area facilities and operations.
General occupational health standards.
Right to know fee assessment.
Asbestos removal and encapsulation.
Safety standards for process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals.
Safety standards for sawmills and woodworking operations.
Safety standards for pulp, paper, and paperboard mills and converters.
Safety regulations and fees for all elevators, dumbwaiters, escalators and other conveyances.
Safety standards for grain handling facilities.
Board of boiler rulesSubstantive.
Safety requirements for charter boats.
Nonagricultural employment of minors.
Standards of labor for the protection of the safety, health and welfare of employees for all occupations subject to chapter 49.12 RCW.
Prevailing wage.
Minimum wages.
Family care.
Agricultural employment standards.
Procedural rules supplementary to the Health Care Activities Labor Relations Act, chapter 156, Laws of 1972 ex. sess.
Family leave.
Leave for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.
Commercial coaches.
Factory-built housing and commercial structures.
Manufactured home installer training and certification program.
Manufactured homes.
Recreational park trailers.
Recreational vehicles.
Factory-built temporary worker housing structures.
Conversion vendor units and medical units.
Safety standards for construction work.
Contractor certificate of registration renewals—Security—Insurance.
Safety standards for the textile industry.
Safety standards for laundry machinery and operations.
Safety standards for ship repairing, shipbuilding and shipbreaking.
Safety standards for firefighters.
Safety standards for agriculture.
Farm labor contracting rules.
WISHA administrative rules.
Discrimination, pursuant to RCW 49.17.160.
Plumbers certification rules.
Amusement rides or structures.
Safety and health core rules.
Employee medical and exposure records.
Lockout/tagout (control of hazardous energy).
Machine safety.
Portable power tools.
Confined spaces.
Fire brigades.
Protecting trade secrets.
Hearing loss prevention (noise).
Abrasive blasting.
Occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
Emergency response.
Anhydrous ammonia.
Hazardous chemicals in laboratories.
Helicopters used as lifting machines.
Late night retail worker crime prevention.
Temporary housing for workers.
Dipping and coating operations (dip tanks).
Content and distribution of material safety data sheets (MSDSs) and label information.
Airborne contaminants.
Respirators.
Hazardous waste operations.
Arsenic.
Benzene.
Ethylene oxide.
Formaldehyde.
Railroad clearances and walkways in private rail yards and plants.
Forklifts and other powered industrial trucks.
Split (multipiece) rim and single-piece rim wheels.
Motor vehicles.
Elevating work platforms.
Powered platforms.
Scaffolds.
Ladders, portable and fixed.
Safety standards for window cleaning.
Administrative rules.
Globally harmonized system for hazard communication.