Minn. R. 5206.1300 - PURPOSE
The standards in parts 5206.1300 to 5206.1900 implement provisions of the Employee Right-to-Know Act of 1983, Laws of Minnesota 1983, chapter 316, which require the commissioner of the Department of Labor and Industry to develop and implement a training program for farming operations. These standards, which apply to farming operations only, require each employer who is engaged in a farming operation and employs more than ten employees or who is engaged in a farming operation and maintains a temporary labor camp and employs any of its residents to provide training and information to employees who are routinely exposed to hazardous substances or harmful physical agents.
Statutory Authority: MS s 182.655
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