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Indiana Code Title 22. Labor and Safety § 22-8-1.1-15.1

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Sec. 15.1. Any interested person, including representatives of employers and representatives of employees may propose a standard to the commission, or the commission may do so on its own motion.  Such proposals shall be in writing.  In the development or adoption of each standard proposed in this manner, the commission shall appoint and consult with an advisory committee.  The advisory committee shall include equal number of persons qualified to present the viewpoint of employers involved and of persons similarly qualified to present the viewpoint of the workers involved.  All members of the advisory committee shall be experienced in the field to which the proposed standard will apply.  The number of members of any advisory committee shall be at the discretion of the commission.  Any standard developed shall not unduly burden interstate commerce.  Any such standard must be adopted by the commission in accordance with IC 4-22-2.  The said standard shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation published in Marion County, Indiana, at least ten (10) days prior to the filing of said standard with the publisher of the Indiana Register.

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