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Appendix B: Posting requirements

 
Numerous state and federal laws require employers to post notices in the workplace in a location where they are accessible to employees. Failure to post such notices is itself a violation of the particular law.

Federal posters

The postings identified below are required by federal law. There are other posters that may be required to be posted depending on the nature of the business, for instance, agriculture, federal contractor, etc. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has a detailed chart listing the nature of the business and whether a poster need be posted. Employers are encouraged to review this chart to ensure complete compliance.

Your Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) - (Federal Minimum Wage)

Poster provided by the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division. For more information, call:

  • (866) 487-2365

The poster is available for download at:

Family and Medical Leave Act (More than 50 Employees)

Poster provided by the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division. For more information, call:

  • (866) 487-9243

The poster is available for download at:

Employee Polygraph Protection Act

Poster provided by the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division. For more information, call:

  • (866) 487-2635

The poster is available for download at:

Job Safety and Health Protection

Poster provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). For more information, call:

  • (800) 321-6742

The poster is available for download at:

Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law

Poster provided by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). For more information, call:

  • (800) 669-3362

The poster is available for download at:

Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)

Poster provided by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). The poster is available for download at:

Annual Summary of Injuries

An employer must post - for three months each year (February through April) - a summary of the prior year’s work related injuries using OSHA Form 300-A (Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses). For a simple explanation of how to complete the log and the summary of the log see:

Colorado posters

The following postings are required by Colorado law. They are available via the Internet at:

Anti-discrimination

Poster provided by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. For more information, call:

  • (303) 894-2977
  • (800) 262-4845

Unemployment Insurance

Poster provided by the Colorado Unemployment Insurance Tax Office. For more information, call:

  • (303) 318-9300

Workers' Compensation Act

Poster provided by the Colorado State Risk Management Office. For more information, call:

  • (303) 318-8700

Notice of Injury

Poster provided by the Colorado State Risk Management Office. For more information, call:

  • (303) 318-8700

Safety in the Workplace

Poster provided by the Colorado State Risk Management Office. For more information, call:

  • (303) 866-3000

Workplace Violence

Poster provided by the Colorado State Risk Management Office. For more information, call:

  • (303) 866-3000

Drug Free Workplace

Poster provided by the Colorado State Risk Management Office. For more information, call:

  • (303) 866-3000

Minimum Wage

Poster provided by the Colorado Division of Labor and Employment. For more information, call:

  • (303) 318-8441

Notice of Paydays

Poster provided by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. For more information, call:

  • (303) 318-8441

Notice of Pregnancy Accommodation

Poster provided by the Colorado Civil Rights Division. For more information, call:

  • (303) 894-2997
  • (8000 262-4845