Posters for Unique Situations

​​​Log 300

California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) Log 300 reportin​g requirements stand apart from other record keeping and reporting related to workers' compensation If you are required to record incidents on Log 300, you must also file a summary Form 300A at the end of each year.
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Poster Description Source
Agricultural Labor
Owners of a Farm Employing Agricultural Labor Every owner, tenant, or operator of a farm employing agricultural labor who employs any parent or guardian having minor children, must post at a conspicuous place on the property or place of employment a notice stating that minor children are not allowed to work upon the premises unless permitted to do so by law and unless permits to work have been secured by the minor children from duly constitute authorities. All such notices must be printed in both English and Spanish. These notices can be produced by the employer. California Department of Industrial Relations
Agricultural H-2A workers The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) allows employment of temporary non- immigrant workers in agriculture (H-2A workers) only if the employment of U.S. workers would not be adversely impacted. If the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service approved an employer's petition for H2-A workers, the employer must post an Employee Rights poster. See the DOL's website for the required poster in multiple languages. United States Department of Labor
Farm Labor Contractor - Statement of Pay Rates Farm Labor Contractors (those who contract with a grower to provide agricultural employees or the transportation for such workers) must be licensed by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. Farm Labor Contractors are required by the Labor Code to post a pay rate notice prominently at the site where the work is to be performed and on all vehicles used by the licensee for the transportation of employees. The poster must be at least 12-inches high and 10-inches wide. So verify the size of the poster after you download it. California Department of Industrial Relations
Agricultural Employees Federal Minimum Wage Specific poster for agricultural employers describing wage rates under the Fair Labor Standards Act. United States Department of Labor (English) (Spanish)
Migrant and Seasonal Workers Agricultural employers and associations and farm labor contractors covered by the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act who provides housing to migrant agricultural workers must post this notice in a conspicuous place, throughout the occupancy period, providing information on the terms and conditions of occupancy of such housing. United States Department of Labor
Asbestos
Registration for Companies Performing Asbestos Removal Required by Title 8, Section 341.7. Cal/OSHA
Asbestos Warning Required by Title 8, Section 341.10. Cal/OSHA
Barbering / Cosmetology
Barbering / Cosmetology Must be posted by any establishment licensed by the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology. Provides workers with information on workplace rights and wage and hour laws. Must be posted in English, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. California Department of Industrial Relations
Cal/OSHA Inspection or Action
Citations, Special Orders, Orders to Take Special Action and Notices of No Violation Cal/OSHA issues these notices following a Cal/OSHA inspection or action. Employers must post these notices for a specified period of time, as identified in the notices. Available from Cal/OSHA, but issued only after an inspection. California Department of Industrial Relations
Citations and special orders by Cal/OSHA
Citations, Special Orders, Orders to Take Special Action and Notices of No Violation Must be posted for a specified period of time when issued following a Cal/OSHA inspection or action. Cal/OSHA will issue the specific notice or citationfollowing an inspection or other action. California Department of Industrial Relations
Construction
Codes of Safe Practice Must be posted by companies in the construction industry as required by Title 8, Section 1509, Plate A-3. These are industry-specific. To view this Title, go to http://www.dir.ca.gov/Title8/1509.html. California Department of Industrial Relations
Worksite Permits Cal/OSHA's pocket guide for the construction industry must be posted by companies in the construction industry as required by Title 8, Section 341.4. California Department of Industrial Relations
E-Verify
E-Verify Participation Poster Employers need to display an E-Verify Participation Poster and a Right to Work poster at hiring sites in such a way that they are clearly visible to potential employees. These posters indicate that the employer participates in E-Verify and describe employees' rights under the program. The posters must be displayed in both English and Spanish. Once an employer is enrolled in E-Verify and has completed the online tutorial, the employer will be prompted to print and post the English and Spanish notices. Employers can access the posters after logging in to E-Verify. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, E-Verify
E-Verify Right to Work Poster Employers need to display an E-Verify Participation poster and a Right to Work poster at hiring sites in such a way that they are clearly visible to potential employees. These posters indicate that the employer participates in E-Verify and describe employees' rights under the program. The posters must be displayed in both English and Spanish. Once an employer is enrolled in E-Verify and has completed the online tutorial, the employer will be prompted to print and post the English and Spanish notices. Employers can access the posters after logging in to E-Verify. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, E-Verify
Forklifts
Employee Operating Instructions Required for operations involving forklifts, industrial trucks, industrial tow tractors, and agricultural or industrial tractors per Title 8, Section 3664 http://www.dir.ca.gov/Title8/3664.html. Cal/OSHA: English or Spanish

Government Contracts
Government Contractors Employers who have government contracts may be required to post additional information for employees. The posters that may be required include: Davis-Bacon Act (federal construction); Contract Work, Hours and Safety Standards Act; McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act (services); and Walsh- Healey Public Contracts Act (manufacturing). Contact the Employment Standards Administration office of your local U.S. Department of Labor if you have federal contracts. United States Department of Labor
Federal Minimum Wage for Contractors Employers who have contract with the federal government must pay workers an established federal minimum wage. United States Department of Labor
Notice of Employee Rights Under Federal Labor Laws Federal Contractors and Subcontractors who have employees covered by the NLRA that perform contract-related activity. Effective June 21, 2010, federal contractors and subcontractors must post a notice informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Qualifying employers must display the employee notice conspicuously in plants and offices where employees covered by the NLRA perform contract-related activity, including all places where notices to employees are customarily posted both physically and electronically. United States Department of Labor
Recovery Act Whistleblower Rights Poster Any employer receiving funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) must post signage of Whistleblower protections at Recovery Act job sites. Recovery.Gov (U.S. official website for Recovery Act)
EEO is the Law Entities holding federal contracts or subcontracts or federally assisted construction contracts of $10,000 or more; financial institutions which are issuing and paying agents for U.S. savings bonds and savings notes; depositories of federal funds or entities having government bills of lading. Covered entities must post (1) the EEO is the Law Poster and (2) the Supplement for Federal Contractors. United States Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs
Hazardous or Toxic Substances
Notice: Employee Access to safety data sheets (Right-To-Know Notice) Employees must be advised of their rights to chemical hazard information according to Title 8, Section 5194. Training is required by employers whose workplace may contain chemicals or hazardous substances. California Department of Industrial Relations
Access to Employee Medical and Exposure Records Employers who performed exposure evaluations of their worksites must post this notice to make these records available to the exposed employees, per requirements of Title 8, Section 3204. California Department of Industrial Relations
Proposition 65 Warnings Required for any nongovernmental entity with more than 10 employees that uses chemicals currently subject to the act, including alcoholic beverages and tobacco products, and more than 500 other chemicals. The employer must provide "clear and reasonable warnings" both to the public and to employees. Contact safety equipment suppliers and the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment for more information.
Lasers
Laser Warning Placard Must be posted in a laser use area. Required by Title 8, Section 1801(d) http://www.dir.ca.gov/title8/1801.html of the Construction Safety Orders. Contact safety equipment suppliers for more information.
Low-Income Employees with Dependent Children
Earned Income Tax Credit This tax credit is for certain employees who have at least one qualifying child (which also can include a stepchild, adopted child, or a grandchild) who lives with them in a home in the United States. This notice must be provided to each employee who worked for you at any time during the year and from whom you did not withhold any income tax. You do not have to notify any employee who has had no tax withheld because he/she claimed exemption from withholding on Form W-4, Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate. Employers may order IRS Notice 797 and Form W-5 (Earned Income Credit Advance Payment Certificate). CalChamber
Order IRS Notice 797 and Form W-5 (Earned Income Credit Advance Payment Certificate) from the IRS by calling 1-800-829-3676.
Medical Provider Network - Workers' Compensation
Employers with an existing Medical Provider Network (MPN) For employers with an existing Medical Provider Network (MPN), a complete MPN posting requirement is now in effect. Employers should create a complete MPN Notice and post it next to the revised Notice to Employees - Injuries Caused by Work poster. Download the Medical Provider Network -Written Employee Notification in English or Spanish. Temporarily unavailable: revisions in progress
Required to Provide Unemployment Insurance Benefits, but not SDI/PFL
Notice to employees: Unemployment Insurance Benefits (Not SDI/PFL) Advises employees that they may be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits. Obtainable from the Employment Development Department, reference number DE 1857D. Employment Development Department
San Jose
San Jose Minimum Wage Companies with employees in San Jose are required to post a San Jose Minimum Wage poster. Every employer shall post such notice in all languages spoken by at least 5% of employees. City of San Jose



*Various local ordinances may also contain workplace posting requirements, such as minimum wage and paid sick leave ordinances in different cities.

CalChamber's Local Ordinances section features detailed information on local employment-related ordinances in California, including minimum wage ordinances. The Local Ordinances section covers the ordinances that may apply and offers a convenient map and wizard to help employers determine which local ordinances they might need to comply with and any posting requirements

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Check with the local government office in locations where you do business or have employees to determine if any additional postings, including any local industry specific postings are required.