Massachusetts Safety Plans laws & safety compliance analysis

Massachusetts Safety Plans: What you need to know

Private sector employers are regulated under federal workplace safety and health rules, which require written safety plans for certain activities and types of hazardous chemicals. Public (state, county, and local government) sector workplaces must comply with state requirements for a written hazard communication plan.

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Private sector workplaces are regulated by federal OSHA. Public sector workplaces are regulated by the Massachusetts Department of Labor and Workforce Development/Division of Occupational Safety (DOS).

Employers with insurance policies written under the Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Assigned Risk Pool (Pool) may receive credits of up to 15 percent of their insurance premium when they participate in a Qualified Loss Management Program (QLMP). QLMP is administered by the Workers’ Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau.

QLMP

Employers with insurance policies written under the Pool may receive credits of up to 15 percent of their insurance premium when they participate in a QLMP. QLMP is administered by the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. QLMP is designed to help employers significantly improve workplace safety and reduce their losses due to accidents, drug use, and other workplace incidents. The participating employer may receive the credit for a period of up to 4 years to their premium if they subscribe to a qualified loss management firm and remain in such firm's Loss Management Program during that period.

Employers taken out of the Pool on a Large Deductible Program, Large Risk Rating Option or other voluntary market retrospective rating plan, are not eligible for credits under QLMP.


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