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Division of Labor Services Programs

 

Amusement Inspections

 

Asbestos Abatement Licensing

Athletic Commissioner

Bidder Preference Law

 

Boiler and Pressure Vessel Board

Boiler Inspection

Child Labor

Contractor Registration

Elevator Safety Board

Elevators and Escalators 

Employment Agency Licensing

Hazardous Chemical Reporting (SERC - EPCRA)

 

Iowa Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Consultation and Education

 

Iowa Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Enforcement

Wage

Labor Resources

 

Required Posters

 

Division of Labor Statutes

 

Division of Labor Administrative Rules

 

Labor Forms

 

Safety & Health Training Calendar

Drug Testing Questions

Utility Safety Information for working around natural gas pipes and electrical lines. 

Elaws Advisors help you understand your rights and responsibilities under the employment laws and regulations administered by the U.S. Department of Labor.

 

U.S. Dept. of Labor Wage and Hour

 

National Labor Relations Board


Labor Services Division

Michael A. Mauro, Labor Commissioner


Workers' Memorial Ceremony
 Workers' Memorial Ceremony

 

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Changes to OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting are Coming:  Iowa OSHA has adopted changes to the reporting and recordkeeping rules.  The changes are consistent with the changes occurring at the federal level.  The effective date for the changes in Iowa will be January 14, 2015.  To view detailed information on the federal website, click here.  To view Iowa's new rules, click here 

 

Rules for Older Elevators:  In 2010, Iowa Elevator Safety Board began to study safety improvements for older elevators.  The Board has now begun the formal process to adopt a modified version of the American Society of Mechanical Engineer's safety code for older elevators.  The deadline to comment on this proposal is January 9, 2015.  For more information on this important topic, click here

 

The Division of Labor Services is responsible for the enforcement of programs designed to protect the safety, health and economic security of all Iowans.  Our programs protect people who ride on elevators, escalators and amusement rides.  We protect anyone who enters a building with an asbestos abatement project or a public building with a boiler. We protect employees from dangers in the workplace and protect employees' rights to be paid wages.  We protect Iowa's children from dangers in workplaces and enhance their educational experiences. 

The links on this page provide more detailed information. 


2014 Iowa Worker Memorial Day
 

 

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