Florida Enforcement laws & safety compliance analysis

Florida Enforcement : What you need to know

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Federal OSHA regulates private sector (private businesses and nonprofit organizations) employers and therefore federal workplace safety and health penalties apply to such employers. There are no workplace safety and health rules for state and local government employers.

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Rules. Florida provides for administrative, civil, and criminal penalties for violations of its hazardous materials transportation laws.

Administration and enforcement.OSHA regulates private sector workplaces in the state. FDOT's Motor Carrier Compliance Office enforces the federal regulations governing the transportation of hazardous materials on the state's highways.

General Requirements

VIOLATIONS OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION LAWS

DISCUSSION

VIOLATIONS OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION LAWS
Prohibited Act Penalties
Hazardous materials— Motor carriers: Violations of the federal hazardous materials transportation regulations as they apply to motor carriers found during a compliance review Administrative:FAC 14-87.0012(1):$100
Hazardous materials— Motor carriers: Violations of the federal hazardous materials transportation registration regulations as they apply to motor carriers found during a compliance review Administrative:FAC 14-87.0012(1):$250
Hazardous materials— Motor carriers: Failure to maintain insurance as required by the federal hazardous materials transportation regulations as they apply to motor carriers found during a compliance review Administrative:FAC 14-87.0012(1):$1,000 for failure to maintain minimum levels of insurance; $2,500 for failure to maintain any insurance
Hazardous materials— Motor carriers: Refusal to submit to a compliance review Administrative:FAC 14-87.0012(1):$5,000
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