Iowa Training laws & safety compliance analysis

Iowa Training : What you need to know

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Iowa is a “state plan” state; that is, it has a federally approved occupational safety and health regulatory program. Private and public sector employers are subject to state workplace safety and health requirements. The state has adopted the federal workplace safety and health requirements by reference and has added hazard communication training provisions that are stricter than federal rules. See TABLE 1 state-specific safety training requirements.

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See the national analysis TRAINING for information on the federal training requirements.

The Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Enforcement administers and enforces the training rules for workplace safety and health, workplace asbestos safety and health, and hazard communication.

State Requirements
TABLE: SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
Topic Training Refresher Training
Hazard CommunicationIowa Administrative Code (IAC) 875-3.22(88,89B) Preserve a written summary and synopsis of employee training, a recording of an oral presentation, or a recording of an audio-video presentation of the training, and allow employees and their designated representatives access to the materials.   

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