Minnesota Statutes Labor, Industry (Ch. 175-189) § 176.139. Notice of rights posted

Subdivision 1. Posting requirement.  All employers required or electing to carry workers' compensation coverage in the state of Minnesota shall post and display in a conspicuous location a notice, in a form approved by the commissioner, advising employees of their rights and obligations under this chapter, assistance available to them, and the operation of the workers' compensation system, the name and address of the workers' compensation carrier insuring them or the fact that the employer is self-insured.

The notice shall be displayed at all locations where the employer is engaged in business.

Subd. 2. Failure to post;  penalty.  The commissioner may assess a penalty of $500 against the employer payable to the commissioner for deposit in the assigned risk safety account if, after notice from the commissioner, the employer violates the posting requirement of this section.


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