The Complete Federal and State Compliance Guide for Hoosier Businesses

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"This book explains state and federal regulations in a way that makes sense,"" Whitford says. ""It gives small business owners a place to start and tells them how to comply with the regulations." Whitford says this resource can save its users time and money. Usually businesses must hire a consultant or lawyer to be sure they are in compliance with safety, environmental and other regulations, or they have to assign employees to learn regulations. With this book, a series of yes or no questions help determine which regulations apply to a specific
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Overview

"This book explains state and federal regulations in a way that makes sense,"" Whitford says. ""It gives small business owners a place to start and tells them how to comply with the regulations." Whitford says this resource can save its users time and money. Usually businesses must hire a consultant or lawyer to be sure they are in compliance with safety, environmental and other regulations, or they have to assign employees to learn regulations. With this book, a series of yes or no questions help determine which regulations apply to a specific company situation. Traditionally people would get this information from meetings, associations, insurance companies or by word-of-mouth when others are fined. Whitford says these methods provide only bits and pieces and don¹t answer all questions about regulations affecting businesses. For a company to comply with regulations, owners and managers must know what the regulations are, what they are obligated to do and how they should do it. Kay Nobbe, with HyGrade Excavating of Greensburg, Ind., oversees an effort by her company to ensure compliance with all regulations that affect the business. She contacted Whitford, and he suggested his book as an aid in identifying which regulations apply to them. "I think it¹s been very well written," Nobbe says. "We are trying to become OSHA compliant, and we¹re using it to benefit us in other aspects of our business, as well." Whitford says most people want to be in compliance, and will make the changes necessary when they know how. "This book should give people the peace of mind that if they are inspected, and if they are following the regulations, they should be in compliance for just about everything," he says.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781557532251
  • Publisher: Purdue University Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/2001
  • Pages: 437
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.25 (h) x 1.13 (d)

Table of Contents

Regulatory Updates on Purdue Pesticide Programs' Website
Introduction 1
Regulations in Today's Business World 2
Regulations: Needless Paperwork or Valued Asset? 3
Hiring an Environmental and Safety Consultant 4
Laws and Regulations 6
Ask the Question: Am I In or Am I Out? 16
Building Permits 40
Building in a Flood Plain 42
Storm Water Runoff from Construction Site 43
General Business Licensing Requirements 45
Restricted-Use Pesticide Dealer License 48
Pesticide Business License 49
Insurance Against Pesticide Claims 50
Commercial Pesticide Applicator Certification and License 51
Tax Deduction for Education 53
Continuing Certification Hours (CCHs) 54
Pesticide Consulting Registry 56
Registered Technician for Termite Work (7b) 58
Registered Technician for Turf Pest Control (3b) 59
Special Certification Requirements for WDI and Categories 3b and 7b 60
EPA Establishment Registration 62
Bulk Pesticide and Fertilizer Facility Location Registry 64
Pesticide Product State Registration 65
Fertilizer Registration and Sample Analysis 66
Seed Tags and Registration 68
Permit to Report Seeds Sold 72
Treated Seed Tags 74
Reporting of Liquid Fertilizer Use by the Lawn Care Industry 75
Federal Grain Warehouse License 76
Indiana License for Buying and Storing Grain 80
Certification Requirements for Export Grain 82
Registration of Facilities for Composting 84
Nursery Dealer's License 86
Certification of Nursery Stock 88
Honeybee Inspection Certification 90
State Quarantine Orders 91
Greenhouse Shipments Out-of-State 92
Radio License 93
Employee Selection 94
Credit Checks 95
Lie Detector Testing 96
Minimum Employment Ages 98
I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form 101
New-Hire W-4 Reporting 103
Direct Supervision 105
Fair Labor Standards 107
Equal Day 110
Affirmative Action 111
Common Law 112
Drug-Free Workplace 113
Family Leave 114
Employee Retirement Income 116
Extension of Employees' Medical Benefits 118
Notice of Plant Closing or Mass Layoff 120
Military Duty 121
Jury Duty 122
Vietnam Era Veterans Discrimination 123
Age Discrimination 124
Pregnancy Discrimination 126
Persons with Disabilities 127
Sexual Harassment 129
Indiana Wage Tax 130
Motor Carrier Fuel Tax and Annual Permit 132
Business Record Retention 134
Employee Access to Exposure and Medical Records 137
Equal Employment Opportunity Report 139
State and Federal Posters 140
Restricted-Use Pesticide (RUP) Sales Records 142
Pesticide Repackaging Requirements 143
EPA Pesticide Production Report 145
Application Records for Restricted-Use Pesticides 147
Application Records of Termiticide Applications 148
Commercial Application Records Maintained for Farmers 150
Inspection of Restricted-Use Product Application Records 151
EPA Worker Protection Standard Commercial Notification to Farmers 152
Posting for Turf Pesticide Applications 154
Written Customer Notification of Turf Pesticide Applications 155
Customer Notification of Fertilizer Applications 156
Log and Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses: OSHA Log 200 157
Supplementary Record of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses: OSHA From 101 159
Reporting Workplace Fatalities and Injuries 160
Hazardous Materials Accident Reporting 161
Department of Transportation (DOT) Commercial Vehicle Accident Investigation 163
Pesticide Label Is the Law 165
Pesticide Drift Enforcement Policy 166
Pesticide Application to Day-Care Centers 168
Pesticide Applications in Federal Meat and Poultry Plants 169
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Needs Assessment 171
Eye and Face Protection 173
Head and Foot Protection 174
Hand Protection 175
Written Respiratory Protection Program 176
Medical Surveillance for Respirator Users 179
Hearing Conservation Program 180
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Availability and Maintenance 181
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Use Training 182
EPA Worker Protection Standard 184
Hazard Communication 187
Availability of Material Safety Data Sheets 189
Laboratory Compliance with Hazard Communication 190
Sealed Container Compliance with Hazard Communication 192
The Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) 194
Permit-Required Confined Space Program 197
Occupational Exposure to Asbestos 201
General Housekeeping 202
Employee Restrooms 203
Electrical Box Markings 204
Electric Outlets 205
No Smoking Signs 206
Equipment Connected by Cord and Plug 207
Elevated Storage Loads 208
Elevated Platforms, Walkways, and Stairways 209
Elevator Inspection and Injury Reporting 210
Flammable and Combustible Storage Indoors 211
Portable Gas Cans 214
Storage of Combustible and Flammable Debris 215
Exit Signs and Paths 216
Electric Welding Areas and Equipment 218
Warehouse Inspection 219
Risk Management Plans (RMPs) 220
Grain Handing Facilities 223
Process Safety Management Plans for Highly Hazardous Chemicals 227
Forklift Maintenance 229
Forklift Horn 230
Forklift Operator Training 231
Protective Guards for Permanent Power Equipment 234
Guarding of Live Electric Equipment 235
Extension Cords 236
Solvent Parts Washer 237
Air Compressors 238
Hand and Portable Power Tools 239
Grinders and Drill Presses 241
Manlifts 242
Meter and Scale Certification 243
Portable Ladders 244
Compressed Gas and Oxygen Cylinders 245
Alarm Systems 247
Automatic Sprinkler Systems 248
Automatic Fire Detection Systems 250
Employee Alarm Systems 252
Fire Extinguishers in Buildings 254
Medical Kits 256
Employee Fire Prevention Plan 257
Evacuation Map and Employee Emergency Plan 259
Eye Wash 261
Bloodborne Pathogen Plan 262
Community Right-to-Know 267
Spill Kits 269
Cleaning Routine Spills and Leaks 270
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 271
Emergency Phone Numbers 272
Federal Spill Reporting 273
Indiana Spill Reporting 275
Disposal of Waste Batteries 278
Disposal of Waste Pesticides 279
Disposal of Empty Pesticide Containers 280
Liquid Waste Disposal Restrictions 281
Restriction on Disposal of Vegetative Matter 282
Used Oil Recycling 283
Used Oil Filters 285
Used Antifreeze 286
Waste in Salvage Drums 287
Hazardous Waste Container Stacking Policy 288
Special Waste 290
EPA Generator Identification Number 292
Hazardous Waste Manifest and Recordkeeping 293
Open Burning Prohibitions 295
Potable Water Supply 297
Cross Connections 298
Nonpotable Water Supply 300
Public Water Supply Construction Permits 301
Drinking Water Well Monitoring 303
Minimum Standards for Water Well Construction 305
Well Registration for a Significant Water Withdrawal Facility 306
Water Rights for Nonsignificant Water Withdrawals 307
Abandoned Wells 309
Wellhead Protection 310
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System 312
Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan 315
Making Restitution for Wildlife Kills 317
Alcohol in Motor Vehicles 318
General Driving Qualifications 319
Types of Commercial Driver's Licenses 321
Commercial Driving Requirements 323
Commercial Driver Qualification File 326
Commercial Driver Application 328
Commercial Physical Qualification Certification 330
Commercial Driver Application Background Investigations 332
Alcohol and Controlled Substances Testing Program 334
Hours of Service for Commercial Drivers 342
Hazmat Training 344
General Driving Rules for Transporting Hazardous Materials 347
Indiana Department of Transportation (DOT) Regulations 349
Commercial Vehicle File 354
Driver Pre-Trip Inspection 355
Driver Post-Trip Inspection 358
Annual Inspection 360
Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Marking 362
Fleet Liability Insurance 364
Emergency Equipment 366
Hazmat Materials of Trade (MOT) Exemption 368
Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Shipping Papers 370
Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Emergency Response Information 372
Hazardous Materials (Hazmat) Placards 374
Hazardous Materials Registration 376
Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Package Markings 378
Department of Transportations (DOT's) 22-Point Inspection Program 381
General Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Review 387
Bulk Pesticide Containment 390
Minibulk Pesticide Storage and Farm Delivery Policies 392
Bulk Storage of Liquid Fertilizers 394
Dry Bulk Fertilizer Storage 397
Tax Break for Building Containment Facilities 398
Propane Tanks 400
Underground Tank Registration and Remediation 402
Aboveground Fuel Tanks 406
Anhydrous Ammonia Storage Tanks 409
Unloading Anhydrous Tank Cars 413
Transporting Anhydrous Ammonia 414
Water Supplies for Anhydrous Ammonia Equipment 416
Repairing Anhydrous Tanks 418
Index 419
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