Indiana Code Title 22. Labor and Safety § 22-8-1.1-41
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Sec. 41. The duties of INSafe shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
(1) Development of a statewide health and safety education and training program to acquaint employers, supervisors, employees, and union leaders with the most modern and effective techniques of accident investigation and prevention.
(2) Development and promotion of the consultative educational approach as a desirable and effective long range solution to occupational health and safety problems.
(3) Development of training programs for occupational health and safety personnel.
(4) Planning, organizing, and attending occupational health and safety seminars, conferences, and meetings designed for management, supervisory personnel, employees, and union representatives.
(5) Definition and establishment of necessary research projects.
(6) Arrangement and procurement of necessary contractual services and training aids.
(7) Planning, developing, organizing, attending, and presenting specific occupational health and safety programs for employer groups.
(8) Conducting onsite consultations upon request from an employer. Onsite consultation shall be defined by INSafe by rule under IC 4-22-2.
(9) Providing occupational health and safety pamphlets, booklets, brochures, and other appropriate health and safety media.
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