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Developing a Right-to-Know Program

The intent of the Employee Right-To-Know Act is to make employees aware of the dangers associated with hazardous substances, harmful physical agents, or infectious agents they may be exposed to in their workplaces.

The rule applies to all employers in Minnesota, except for federal agencies. Minnesota OSHA has created "An Employer's Guide to Developing an Employee Right-To-Know Program" to assist employers in meeting the requirements of the Right-to-Know Act.

For help with creating a Right-to-Know program or other workplace safety program, contact us.