Sec. 4. The director of labor shall enforce this act and the rules promulgated pursuant
to this act by the board. Where, because of special conditions, a literal enforcement of the rules will result
in unnecessary hardship or involve practical difficulties, the director, upon application
in specific cases, may authorize variations or modifications of the rules in a manner
not contrary to the public interest and so that the spirit of the rules shall be observed,
public safety secured, and substantial justice done.
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