Obtenga un formulario o publicación

Escriba todo el título del documento o una parte, la descripción o el número:     

Formularios más populares  |  Carteles requeridos del lugar de trabajo  |  Formularios y publicaciones en español


Resultados para: adjustments
Vea:    Ordenar por:       
Título/Descripción:

Búsqueda de palabras clave:  
Tipo:

Workers' Guide to Hazardous Chemicals / Guía del trabajador para el uso de químicos (English/español)

Brochure: Explains workers' rights under Washington's Hazard Communication rule but does not fulfill an employer's legal obligation to provide information and training to employees.

Includes information for workers about working safety around hazardous chemicals and understanding warning labels.

Folleto:  Explica los derechos de los trabajadores bajo la ley de comunicación de riesgos químicos en el estado de Washington pero no satisface la obligación legal del empleador para proporcionar información y capacitación para los empleados.

Incluye información para los trabajadores sobre la seguridad al trabajar donde se usan químicos peligrosos y entender las etiquetas de advertencia.

The Spanish section of this publication is being revised and will be available in the future. / Estamos actualizando la sección en español de esta publicación y estará disponible en el futuro.



Publicación
F413-014-909
 
Poison Oak Poster / Cartel sobre el zumaque venenoso (English/español)

Full-color photographs of poison oak in different seasons help workers recognize and avoid the plant when working outdoors. Note: Poster will split over two pages if printed on 8.5" X 11" paper. Get poster printing tips.

Fotografías del zumaque venenoso a todo color en diferentes estaciones que ayudan a los trabajadores a reconocer y evitar contacto con la planta al trabajar al aire libre.  Aviso:  El cartel se dividirá en dos páginas si se imprime en papel de 8.5 x 11 pulgadas. Obtenga información sobre cómo imprimir carteles.



Cartel
F413-045-000
 
Protecting Yourself and Your Workers from Poison Oak and Ivy /Protejase usted mismo y a sus trabajadores contra el Zumaque Venenoso y la hiebra venenosa (English/Spanish)

Pamphlet/booklet: Discusses the effects of poison oak and ivy, where it is found in Washington State, how to control growth and protect workers from exposure.

Panfleto:  Discute los efectos del zumaque venenoso y la hiedra venenosa, dónde se encuentran en el estado de Washington, cómo controlar el crecimiento y proteger a los trabajadores contra la exposición a estas.



Publicación
F413-047-000
 
Your Lungs, Your Work, Your Life: What You Should Know about Work-related Asthma

Pamphlet/booklet: Briefly reviews the symptoms and causes of work-related asthma and explains prevention and treatment approaches.



Publicación
F413-060-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
русский
Español
 
Your Lungs, Your Work, Your Life: What You Should Know about Work-related Asthma (Russian)
Pamphlet/booklet: Briefly reviews the symptoms and causes of work-related asthma and explains prevention and treatment approaches.

Publicación
F413-060-444

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Inglés
Español
 
Application for Replacement of Lost or Stolen Asbestos Certification Card

This application is for any certified asbestos worker or supervisor that has lost or had their card stolen.



Formulario
F413-068-000
 
Worker and Community Right-to-Know Program
Fact sheet: Provides an overview of the Worker and Community Right-to-Know (RTK) Program authorized by legislation in 1986. Explains the RTK fees, education on hazardous substances that the fees support, who pays the fees and how they are calculated.

Publicación
F413-075-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-78- Sawmillis & Woodworking Operations

The Department of Labor and Industries has rewritten and reorganized for clarity and ease of use, Chapter 296-78 WAC, Sawmills and Woodworking Operations.



Manual
F414-010-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-32, Telecommunications

Rules for employees working with telecommunication systems



Manual
F414-017-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-45  -  Electrical Workers

Safety Standards for Electrical Workers, 296-45 WAC, consist of the requirements for safeguarding employees against electrical hazards in their workplace; requirements for electric equipment and wiring in locations classified as hazardous.



Manual
F414-032-000
 
Safety Standards for Construction Work WAC 296-155

Construction work shall mean and include all or any part of excavation, construction, erection, alteration, repair, demolition, and dismantling, of buildings and other structures.



Manual
F414-033-000
 
Safety Standards for Fire Fighters WAC 296-305

The rules of this chapter shall apply with respect to any and all activities, operations and equipment of employers and employees involved in providing fire protection services, fire fighters and their work places, including the fire combat scene.

Firefighters are rescuers extensively trained in firefighting, primarily to extinguish hazardous fires that threaten property and civilian or natural populations and to rescue people from dangerous situations, like collapsed or burning buildings.



Manual
F414-036-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-24 - General Safety and Health

The rules in this chapter are designed to protect the safety and health of employees by creating a healthy work environment by establishing requirements to control safety hazards in the workplace.



Manual
F414-040-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-62, General Occup Health

The rules in this chapter are designed to protect the health of employees and help to create a healthy workplace by establishing requirements to control health hazards. Requirements for chemical hazard communication programs, workplace lighting levels and exposure records are in chapter 296-800 WAC, the safety and health core rules.



Manual
F414-042-000
 
Safety Standards for Core Rules WAC 296-800

The Core rules contains basic safety and health rules that affect all employers and should cover almost everything small, nonmanufacturing employers need for a safe and healthful workplace.



Manual
F414-059-000
 
Safety Standards for Confined Spaces WAC 296-809

This chapter applies to all confined spaces and provides requirements to protect employees from the hazards of entering and working in confined spaces.



Manual
F414-068-000
 
Workplace Safety and Health Rules and Guides

This CD has been discontinued, but the safety and health rules and guides are available on the L&I website.

For more information, see the links in the "Websites" section below.

These links contain all workplace safety and health rules for Washington State and policies and related laws. Included are guides covering accident prevention programs (APP) and personal protective equipment (PPE).

 



CD
F414-074-034
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-841, Airborne Contaminants

Applies to any workplace with potential or actual employee exposure to respiratory hazards



Manual
F414-118-000
 
Safety Standards Machine Safety WAC 296-806

This chapter applies if you have machines or machine operations in your workplace. Machines and their moving parts create the potential for workplace injuries.



Manual
F414-125-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-811, Fire Brigades

Applies to any workplace that chooses to establish a fire brigade.



Manual
F414-134-000
 
Safety and Health Discrimination Complaint

Use this form to file a complaint when you feel you've been discriminated against or discharged for reporting a workplace safety hazard.



Formulario
F416-011-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Safety and Health Workshops

Pamphlet/Brochure: Introduces free workshops to help employers prevent workplace injuries and control workers' compensation costs. Includes course descriptions, and how to register.



Publicación
F416-036-000
 
Mobile Cranes/Derricks Worksheet for Construction Industry

Mobile Cranes/Derricks Worksheet for Construction Industry



Formulario
F416-043-000
 
Job Safety and Health Law / Ley de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (English/español)

Required poster: Describes important parts of the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA), which provides for job safety and health of Washington employees. Note: Employers in Washington State must display this poster where workers can see it. When ordering the printed version, you will receive one 22" X 17" poster that includes both languages.

Please order from L&I or print on 11" x 17" paper.

Get poster printing tips.

Cartel Requerido:  Describe partes importantes sobre la Ley de Salud y Seguridad Industrial (WISHA, por su sigla en inglés), la cual proporciona seguridad y salud en el trabajo para los empleados de Washington.  Aviso:  Los empleadores en el estado de Washington deben colocar este cartel donde los trabajadores puedan verlo.  Al ordenar la versión impresa, usted recibirá un cartel de 22 x 17 pulgadas que incluye ambos idiomas.

 Por favor solicítelo de L&I o imprímalo en un papel de 11"x 17".



Cartel
F416-081-909
 
A Guide to Workplace Safety and Health in Washington State

Pamphlet/booklet: Provides an overview of the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA), worker and employer rights and responsibilities, enforcement of WISHA rules, and consultation and education services L&I provides. Previously titled A Guide to WISHA



Publicación
F416-132-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Overhead Crane Bridge, Monorail, Gantry Worksheet for Construction
Overhead Crane Bridge, Monorail, Gantry Worksheet for Construction.

Formulario
F416-141-000
 
Logging Emergency Medical Plan (Logging Safety and Health Meetings)

Use this two part form for employers to record work locations and emergency rescue info and for holding safety meetings for each new jobsite



Formulario
F417-014-000
 
Guidelines for Selecting Reserve Trees
Book: Provides technical guidance on retaining reserve trees in concert with safe work practices and forest and wildlife management goals. Produced cooperatively by state and federal agencies and industry groups.

Publicación
F417-092-000
 
Workplace Violence: Awareness and Prevention for Employers and Employees
Book: Describes four types of workplace violence, outlines steps to minimize and prevent violent acts, and discusses potential risk factors and prevention techniques.

Publicación
F417-140-000
 
Safety and Health Discrimination in the Workplace / Discriminación de seguridad y salud en el lugar de trabajo (English/español)

Poster: Employees have the right to report concerns about safety and health in their workplace. This poster describes "protected activities" under the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA) and explains what an employee should do if he/she has been punished or fired for exercising these rights. Get poster printing tips.

Cartel:  Los empleadores tienen derecho a reportar las inquietudes relacionadas con la seguridad y la salud en el lugar de trabajo.  Este cartel describe  las "actividades protegidas" bajo la Ley de Salud y Seguridad Industrial de Washington (WISHA, por su sigla en inglés) y explica lo que debe hacer un empleado si él/ella ha sido castigado o despedido por ejercer sus derechos.  Obtenga consejos para imprimir carteles.



Cartel
F417-188-909
 
Pocket Guide to Caution Zone Jobs

Pamphlet/booklet: This advisory pocket guide reviews 14 workplace risk factors that can lead to soft tissue injuries such as back strain, tendinitis and carpal tunnel syndrome. Suggests ways to identify the risk factors. Lists helpful resources from L&I.



Publicación
F417-195-000
 
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Guide
Book: This guide helps employers comply with the WISHA Personal Protective Equipment rules. It covers general personal protective equipment and PPE requirements used to protect the head, eyes and face, hand and arm, foot and leg, and body (torso) in most work environments.

Publicación
F417-207-000
 
Fall Protection: Responding to Emergencies
Book: This guide is for employers and for employees who work from exposed, elevated surfaces. It covers the following: what to do to prevent fall-related emergencies and how to respond promptly if a fall-related emergency occurs. Includes illustrations of aided-rescue equipment systems.

Publicación
F417-208-000
 
A Safe and Healthy Workplace Begins with You
Pamphlet: Provides an overview of employers' responsibilities for workplace safety and health in Washington State. Covers free L&I services, including workplace consultations, online training and prevention resources and required posters. Intended for new businesses or businesses hiring employees for the first time.

Publicación
F417-210-000
 
Jorge's New Job: Cholinesterase Testing in Washington State / Un Nuevo Trabajo para Jorge(English/Spanish)

Pamphlet/booklet: Uses a story format with dialogue and photographs to explain the hazards of cholinesterase-inhibiting pesticides, the state's monitoring program and the importance of using proper safety equipment when working with pesticides.

Panfleto/folleto:  Utiliza un formato de cuento con diálogo y fotografías para explicar los peligros de la colinesterasa, el programa de monitoreo del estado y la importancia del uso adecuado del equipo de seguridad cuando se trabaja con pesticidas.



Publicación
F417-213-909
 
Protect Yourself and Your Family from Lead Poisoning
Pamphlet/booklet: Explains the risks of lead exposure for workers who work on outdoor steel structures, and harmful effects on workers and their families. It includes a poster about the importance of safe work practices and procedures.

Publicación
F417-214-000
 
Safety and Health Investment Projects (SHIP) Grant Program

Booklet: Introduces the SHIP Grant Program and application process. SHIP awards grants for innovative projects that (1) prevent workplace injuries, illnesses and deaths and (2) encourage injured workers to return to work early and reduce long-term disability.



Publicación
F417-224-000
 
Safety and Health Program Assessment Worksheet

Safety and Health Program Assessment Worksheet



Formulario
F417-227-000
 
Ergonomics Consultation: Free, Confidential, Powerful Impact on Your Bottom Line

Pamphlet: Provides information to employers interested in a free ergonomics consultation for their business. Explains the importance of workplace ergonomics and how L&I can help to assess injury-causing tasks, and help develop an ergonomics program.



Publicación
F417-233-000
 
Q&A: Stay of Abatement Date

Fact sheet: Explains how an employer requests a "stay of abatement date." Effective July 1, 2012, an employer must fix a hazard cited in a workplace inspection during appeal unless he or she has requested and been granted a stay of abatement date.



Publicación
F417-235-000
 
When a Loved One Dies at Work

Brochure: Provides information to loved ones of workers who died from a job-related injury or illness, including how to apply for survivor benefits. Explains the L&I fatality investigation and how family members can stay informed of the investigation's status.



Publicación
F417-240-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Workplace Safety and Health Pocket Guide

Pocket guide: Provides links to online information, including safety and health consultations, how to develop a safety program, reporting hazards and injuries, other safety training, and information for teen workers.



Publicación
F417-241-000
 
Safety and Health Discrimination in the Workplace

Brochure: Employees have the right to report concerns about safety and health in their workplace. This brochure describes "protected activities" under the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA) and explains what an employee should do if he/she has been punished or fired for exercising these rights.



Publicación
F417-244-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Risk Management Consultation

Pamphlet/booklet: Describes the benefits of free risk management consultations. L&I’s Risk Managers can provide: data and analysis specific to your business that shows how claims can affect the premiums you pay; show you the cost/benefit of claim management strategies; identify return-to-work options and resources; and review best practices in hiring strategies and procedures.



Publicación
F417-246-000
 
2014 Workplace Safety and Health Calendar: Top 12 Hazards that Cause Injuries and Deaths

Calendar: Features real Washington State businesses and employees handling typical workplace hazards and spotlighting the top 12 hazards that cause injuries and deaths. It includes suggested weekly safety and health tips for different hazards, including slips trips and falls, struck by falling objects, burns and more.



Publicación
F417-248-000
 
Fall Hazards: Standing Walls - Highlights of Fall Protection Requirements

Safety Topic fact sheet: Describes the fall hazards workers are exposed to while framing, erecting and raising walls without using fall protection. Includes photos, safety requirements and different methods of fall restraints and fall arrest systems.



Publicación
F417-252-000
 
Employee Misconduct: Information for Employers

Fact Sheet: This publication is intended to help employers understand how the Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) and Employment Security Department (ESD) take employee misconduct into account when making decisions about workplace safety and health violations or unemployment benefits.

Contact:
L&I: Terry Walley
360-902-4758, Terry.Walley@Lni.wa.gov
ESD: Unemployment Benefits Employer Hotline
1-877-504-5607



Publicación
F417-254-000
 
Hazard Documentation Worksheet

Hazard Documentation Worksheet for use by L&I compliance staff to describe, measure and comment on workplace hazards.



Formulario
F418-031-000
 
Alleged Safety Or Health Hazards (DOSH Complaint Form)

Employees use this form to report work place conditions which jeopardize workers safety and health.



Formulario
F418-052-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Application to Access L&I's Electrical Permit and Inspection System (EPIS) from SecureAccess Washington and Utilize Contractor Deposit Account via the Internet

To establish a contractor deposit account by an electrical contactor or registered construction contractors who are legally required to purchase electrical work permits from L&I.



Formulario
F500-055-000
 
Investigation Report

To notify L&I on any electrical work that you think is illegal.



Formulario
F500-076-000
 
Electrical Work on Residential Property: What You Should Know Before Work Begins
Fact Sheet: Explains to property owners the importance of electrical permits, inspections and approvals. An electrical permit is required for most new, remodel and maintenance electrical work.

Publicación
F500-078-000
 
Electrical Inspection Witness Statement

Used to gather information from a person who was a witness to electrical work that is being investigated by L&I.



Formulario
F500-087-000
 
Electrical Work on Commercial Property: What You Should Know Before Work Begins
Fact Sheet: Explains to commercial property owners the importance of electrical permits, inspections and approvals. An electrical permit is required for most new, remodel and maintenance electrical work.

Publicación
F500-109-000
 
Questions and Answers about Electrical Safety
Fact Sheet: Answers questions about training and certification/licensing requirements for those who perform electrical installations, and electrical work that requires a permit and inspection.

Publicación
F500-110-000
 
Before Electrical Sign Work Begins: What Electrical Sign Contractors and Electricians Should Know
Fact Sheet: Explains work that is allowed and not allowed under (04) Sign Scope of Work and what electrical sign contractors and electricians should know before doing sign work. Also covers electrical Class B labels and electrical permits, inspections and fees.

Publicación
F500-111-000
 
Class B Labels: What You Should Know

Fact Sheet: Explains Class B label electrical work, scope and limitations, and provides general instructions for using Class B labels.



Publicación
F500-112-000
 
Electrical Safety Tips for Your Home: Protect Your Family and Your Property
Pamphlet/Booklet: Provides information to help consumers properly handle electrical equipment and appliances, know the required permits and inspections for electrical work, and verify licenses and certifications before having electrical work performed.

Publicación
F500-115-000
 
Green Power Generation System Installation: What You Should Know Before Doing Any Electrical Work
Fact sheet: Explains that an electrical permit and inspection are required for most new, remodel, and maintenance electrical work. Provides information specific to the installation of green power generation systems.

Publicación
F500-116-000
 
Application for Licensure as an Elevator Mechanic

This is an application for certification as an Elevator Mechanic and is NOT a license to perform work. A contractor's license is still required by L&I.



Formulario
F621-067-000
 
License Requirements for Elevator Mechanics and Contractors
Fact sheet: Explains licensing and testing requirements for mechanics who work on elevators and for contractors who install, repair or maintain elevators.

Publicación
F621-070-000
 
Permit Refund Request

A form to request a refund for an electrical work permit, elevator permit, or factory-assembled structure alteration permit.



Formulario
F621-105-000
 
Construction Contractor's Application for Workers' Compensation Account with No Workers or Hours

Used by employers with no employees or worker hours to report but need an open account for contract bidding process.



Formulario
F625-077-000
 
Hiring a Plumber? Hire Smart!

Worksheet: Provides advice and step-by-step hiring tips for homeowners planning a remodel, repair or addition to their home that involves plumbing. Tells homeowners how to verify that a construction contractor is registered and a plumber is certified with the state.



Publicación
F627-044-000
 
Parent / School Authorization for Employment of a Minor and Special Variance

For legal guardians and school officials to approve the hours and work activities for a minor employee to work according to terms listed by the employer. The Special Variance allows additional hours of work for 16- and 17-year-olds and is described on the form. All parties must sign to approve the hours of work for a minor regardless of the number of hours listed. This is NOT a work permit. Employers must obtain a minor work permit endorsement on their Master Business License where they employ workers under 18.

For hiring youth only during non-school weeks, you may use form F700-168-000 Parent Authorization Summer Work  



Formulario
F700-002-000
 
Affidavit of Wages Paid - Public Works Contract and Instructions

This form is a fillable Word document that is used by a contractor, company or agency to show the wages paid to employees on a public works project. The best way to use this document is to bookmark this page as a “Favorite” in your web browser. Then each time when you want to use the document, access the online version of the form. This will ensure you are always utilizing the most recently published form. (We recommend you not download the document and save the form for future use because we may make changes to the form that your downloaded version will not contain.) You must file the Affidavit of Wages Paid form when you have completed your portion of a public works job/project. Addendum A is form number F700-161-000, Addendum C is form number F700-162-000, and the EHB 2805 (RCW 39.04.370) Addendum is form number F700-164-000.



Formulario
F700-007-000
 
Teens at Work: Facts for Employers, Parents and Teens

Pamphlet/booklet: Answers questions employers, parents and teens may have about employing teen workers (ages 14-17). Explains non-agriculture work rules, including the necessary permits, hours and work conditions. Provides links to other resources.



Publicación
F700-022-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Wage Transcription and Computation Sheet

Employer uses this to show time worked and wages earned for an employee.



Formulario
F700-024-000
 
Protesting Retro Adjustments

Fact sheet: Provides important information to employers and Retro groups about the process the department follows when considering an adjustment protest.



Publicación
F250-027-000
 
Statement of Intent to Pay Prevailing Wages - Public Works Contract

This form is a fillable Word document that is used by a contractor, company or agency upon accepting work on a public works project. The best way to use this use this document is to bookmark this page as a “Favorite” in your web browser. Then each time when you want to use the document, access the online version of the form. This will ensure you are always utilizing the most recently published form. (We recommend you not download the document and save it for future use because we may make changes to the form that your downloaded version will not contain.) You should file this form immediately after the contract is awarded and before you begin work. Form number F700-160-000 is addendum A and F700-163-000 is addendum C.



Formulario
F700-029-000
 
Provider's Request for Adjustment

Providers use this to report total overpayment, partial overpayment and/or underpayment by L&I.



Formulario
F245-183-000
 
Agreement - Farm Labor Contractors and Workers

Employment wages and conditions agreement with Farm Labor Contractors and Workers



Formulario
F700-046-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 





End of main content, page footer follows.

Access Washington en Español

© Depto. de Labor e Industrias del Estado de Washington. El uso de éste sitio del Internet está sujeto a las leyes del Estado de Washington.