1 Part 700 Tribal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (TOSHA) Section 701 Purpose and Definitions. (a) The purpose of Chapter 7 is to assure as far as possible safe and healthful working conditions for every working person on the Fort Hall Reservation, to preserve human resources and reduce lost production, wage loss, medical expenses and human suffering that is created by occupational injury and disease. To accomplish this purpose the TOSHA was enacted to: (1) encourage employers and employees to reduce the number of occupational safety and health hazards, (2) authorize the establishment of occupational and safety standards for all employments, (3) provide a program under the TOSHA Compliance and Safety Inspection Office to enforce all laws, regulations and standards adopted for the protection of life, safety and health of employees, and in doing so provide for inspections and enforcement actions upon places of employment that the TOSHA Office reasonably believes to be unsafe, (4) establish appropriate reporting procedures, and (5) provide for training and education of employers, contractors and employees to assist in preventing occupational injury and disease. Given the importance of worker safety in the work place, it is the purpose of this part to provide a means for the adequate administration of working conditions, safety and health matters, complaints, investigations, enforcement, settlement reconciliation and appeals, in addition to the duties and responsibilities set forth in Chapter 7 of the WPO. This part governs the administrative actions of the TOSHA office and Safety Officer. (b) As used in this part: (1) Owner means every person having ownership, control or custody of any place of employment or of the construction, repair or maintenance of any place of employment. (2) Place of employment includes every place, whether fixed or movable or moving, whether indoors or out or underground, and the premises and structures appurtenant thereto, where either temporarily or permanently an employee works or is intended to work; and every place where there is carried on any process, operation or activity related, either directly or indirectly, to an employer s industry, trade, business or occupation, including labor site, wherever located, provided by an employer for employees or by another person engaged in providing living quarters or shelters for employees. Section 702 Employers to Provide Safe Workplace (a) Every employer shall furnish employment and a place of employment which are safe and healthful for employees therein, and shall furnish and use such devices and safeguards, and shall adopt and use such practices, means, methods, operations and processes as are reasonably necessary to render such employment and place of employment safe and healthful, and shall do every other thing reasonably necessary to protect the life, safety and health of such employees.
2 (b) No employer or owner shall construct or cause to be constructed or maintained any place of employment that is unsafe or detrimental to health. (c) No person shall remove, displace, damage, destroy or carry off any safety device or safeguard furnished, except for repair or replacement, and provide for use in any employment of place of employment, or interfere in any way with the use thereof by any other person, or interfere with the use of any method or process adopted for the protection of any employee in such employment or place of employment. Section 703 Duty to Comply Every employer, owner, employee and other person conducting work on the Reservation shall obey and comply with every requirement of every order, decision, direction, standard, rule or regulation made or prescribed by the TOSHA Office relating to or affecting safety and health in employment or place of employment, and shall do everything necessary or proper in order to secure compliance with and observance of such order, decision, direction, standard, rule or regulation. Section 704 Jurisdiction of TOSHA Office (a) The TOSHA Safety Inspection Officer is vested with full power and jurisdiction over, and shall have such supervision of, every employment and place of employment on the Fort Hall Reservation as provided in the Act and as may be necessary to enforce and administer all laws, regulations, rules, standards and order requiring such employment and place of employment to be safe and healthful. The TOSHA shall not apply to those employees and employers exempted in the WPO. (b) The TERO Director, as supervisor of the TOSHA Safety Inspection Officer, may assist and assume the duties of the TOSHA Officer in the event that the position is vacant, the Officer is absent, or a situation exists that requires assistance from the TERO Director. Section 705 Federal Standards as Guidance (a) The TOSHA Officer may adopt by reference and use certain federal standards as guidance to assist it in fulfilling the duties and responsibilities and implementing the intent of this Part to protect safety and health in employment. (b) The following federal standards are adopted by reference for use and guidance by the TOSHA Office as minimum requirements, provided however, that nothing in this Part shall be construed as providing any jurisdiction over these matters by the United States Department of Labor, the standards are as follows: (1) 29 C.F.R. Part 1910;
3 (2) 29 C.F.R. Part 1926 Construction Industry; (3) 29 C.F.R. Part 1928 Agricultural; (4) Federal Safety Plan Section 706 Safety Plans (a) All employers engaged in construction activities shall have a safety plan in place before construction activities begin, are responsible for assuring that its employees comply with its provisions. Supervisors and employees must be aware of their responsibilities under the applicable safety plans. This may be accomplished by distributing the safety plan to supervisors and employees and/or holding safety meetings that address the responsibilities of each supervisor and employee. (b) The TOSHA Officer shall notify all employers actively engaged in construction activities that they are required to develop Safety Plans for each construction site consistent with the Tribal safety standards. (c) Safety Plans must be submitted to the TOSHA Officer prior to commencement of construction activities and no later than ten (10) business days of issuance of a work permit. A copy of the Safety Plan will be maintained by the TOSHA Officer. Section 707 Citation and Order to Correct Unsafe Conditions (a) Under the WPO the TOSHA Officer is responsible for ensuring compliance with applicable Tribal and federal laws, codes and regulations and protect the safety of the workplace, and exercise authority necessary to perform the duties assigned in the WPO. The Officer shall investigate and issue necessary directives and orders to enforce the WPO. (b) In addition to the complaints and enforcement alternatives in the WPO, whenever the TOSHA Officer has reason to believe, after an inspection or investigation, that any employment or place of employment is unsafe or detrimental to health or that the practices, means, methods, operations or processes employed or used in connection therewith are unsafe or detrimental to health, or do not afford adequate protection to life, safety and health of employee, the TOSHA Officer shall issue such citation and order as may be necessary to render such employment or place of employment safe and protect the life, safety and health of employees therein. The TOSHA Officer may direct that such additions, repairs, improvements or changes be made, and such devices and safeguards be furnished, provided and used, as are reasonably required to render such employment or place of employment safe and healthful, in the manner and within the time specified in the order. Section 708 Scope of Rules and Orders The TOSHA Officer may, by general or special orders, or by regulations, rules or otherwise:
4 (a) Declare and prescribe what devices, safeguards, or other means of protection and what methods, processes, or work practices will be adapted to render every employment and place of employment safe and healthful. (b) Fix reasonable standards and prescribe and enforce reasonable orders for the adoption, installation, use and maintenance of devices, safeguards and other means of protection, and other methods, processes and work practices, including, but not limited to, work practices qualifications for equipment, materials and activities requiring special competence, to be as nearly uniform as possible, as may be necessary to carry out all laws and regulations relative to the protection of the life, safety and health of employees. (c) Fix and order reasonable standards for the construction, repair and maintenance of places of employment and equipment that will render them safe and healthful. (d) Require the performance of any other act that the protection of the life, safety and health of employees in employments and places of employment may demand. Section 709 Notice of Violation to Employer, Complaints to TOSHA Officer, Protection of Complaining Employee (a) Every employee should notify the employer of any violation of law, regulation or standard relating to safety and health in the place of employment when the violation comes to the attention of the employee. (b) However, any employee may notice or file a complaint with the TOSHA Office of any violation of law, regulation or standard relating to safety and health in the place of employment, whether or not the employee also notifies the employer. (c) Upon receiving any employee complaint in writing, the TOSHA Officer shall make inquiries, inspection and investigations that the Officer considers reasonable and appropriate. When an employee has complained in writing of an alleged violation and no resulting citation is issued to the employer by the TOSHA Officer, the Officer shall furnish to the employee a statement of reasons for the decision. (d) The TOSHA Officer shall provide a copy of the notice or complaint to the employer no later than the time of inspection, provided that the TOSHA Officer shall keep confidential the identity of any employee who requests protection in writing. When a request has been made neither the written complaint from the employee nor any memorandum or documents containing the identity of a complainant may be disclosed. The TOSHA Officer shall establish procedures for keeping confidential the identity of the complaining employee. (e) It is an unlawful employment practice for any person to bar or discharge from employment or otherwise discriminate against any employee or prospective employee because the employee or prospective employee has:
5 (1) Opposed any practice forbidden by law, regulations or standards; or (2) Made any complaint or instituted any proceeding under the Worker Protection Ordinance, its regulations and standards or any law providing for the safety and health of employees, or has testified or is about to testify in any such proceeding. Section 710 Inspection of Places of Employment; Denial of Access, Warrants (a) In order to carry out the purposes of the Worker Protection Ordinance, its regulations and standards or other laws enacted for the protection of health and safety of employees, the TOSHA Officer, upon appropriate credentials to the owner, employer or agent in charge, is authorized: (1) To enter without delay and at reasonable times any place of employment; and (2) To inspect and investigate during regular working hours and at other reasonable times, and within reasonable limits and in a reasonable manner, any such place or employment and all related conditions, structures, machines, devices, equipment and materials therein, and to question privately the owner, employer, agents or employees. (b) No person shall give an owner, employer, agent or employee advance notice of any inspection to be conducted under the Worker Protection Ordinance of any place of employment without authority from the TOSHA Officer. (c) Except in the case of any emergency, or of a place of employment open to the public, if the TOSHA Officer is denied access to any place of employment for the purpose of an inspection or investigation, such inspection or investigation shall not be conducted without an inspection warrant or without such other authority as a court may grant in an appropriate civil proceeding. (d) A representative of the employer and a representative authorized by the employee of the employer shall be given an opportunity to accompany the TOSHA Director during the inspection of any place of employment for the purpose of aiding such inspection. When there is no employee representative, the TOSHA Officer may consult with a reasonable number of employees concerning matters of safety and health in the work place. Section 711 Citation for Safety or Health Standard Violation; Effect of Failure to Correct (a) If the TOSHA Officer, TERO Director or authorized representative has reason to believe, after inspection or investigation of a place of employment, that an employer has violated any Tribal or federal occupational safety or health law, regulation, standard or order, the Officer or TERO Director shall with reasonable promptness issue to such employer a citation, and notice of proposed civil penalty, if any, to be assessed under the this Chapter, and fix a reasonable time for correction of the alleged violation.
6 (b) Each citation and notice required under subsection (a) of this section shall be in writing, shall be mailed to or served upon the employer or registered agent of the employer, and shall contain: (1) The date and place of the alleged violations; (2) A plain statement of the facts upon which the citation is based; (3) A reference to the law, regulation, rule, standard or order relied upon; (4) The amount, if any, of the proposed civil penalty; (5) The time, if any, fixed for the correction of the alleged violation; (6) Notice of the employer s right to contest the citation, the proposed civil penalty and the period of time fixed for correction of the alleged violation; (7) Notice of any affected employer s right to contest the period of time for correction of the alleged violation; and (8) Notice of any affected employee s right to contest the period of time fixed for correction of the alleged violation. (c) If the TOSHA Officer has reason to believe that an employer has failed to correct a violation within the period of time fixed for correction, or within the time fixed in a subsequent order granting an extension of time to correct the violation, the Officer shall consider such failure as a separate and continuing violation and shall issue a citation and notice of proposed civil penalty, if any, to be assessed. (d) Each citation and notice, or copies thereof, issued under the WPO shall be posted by the employer, immediately upon receipt in a conspicuous manner in a sufficient number of locations in the place or places of employment to reasonably inform employees of such citation and notice. (e) No citation or notice of proposed civil penalty may be issued under this section after the expiration of 180 days following start of the inspection or investigation, but this shall not prevent the issuance, at any time, of an order to correct that violation or the issuance of a citation for a subsequent violation. Section 712 Conciliation; Contesting Violations; Hearing (a). (a) Upon issuance of a citation, civil penalty or correction order, the employer and TOSHA Officer may attempt to achieve voluntary compliance and remedy the violation by settlement conference or conciliation. Mitigation may include, but is not limited to: (1) agreement to change its procedures; (2) where possible, reversing the action that is the subject of the complaint;
7 (3) recommending disciplinary action against employees responsible for the causing the violation; or (4) correct safety or health hazard or violation. Conciliation conferences shall be considered confidential, and the contents of these discussions shall not be used as evidence in any hearing unless the parties agree. If settlement is reached, the agreement shall be reduced to writing and signed by the parties. Any conciliation agreement may be made public if the parties agree. (b) If the employer and TOSHA Officer cannot mitigate the violation, the TOSHA Officer shall issue a formal noncompliance order, which shall advise the employer or noncompliant entity of all rights to appeal the order. An employer may contest a citation, a proposed assessment of civil penalty and the period of time fixed for correction of a violation, or any of these, by filing with the TOSHA Office, within twenty (20) days after receipt of the noncompliance order, a written request for a hearing before the TERO Commission. Such a request need not be in any particular form, but shall specify the alleged violation that is contested and the grounds upon which the employer considers the citation or proposed penalty or correction period unjust or unlawful. (c) An affected employee may contest the time fixed for correction of a violation by filing with the TOSHA Office, within twenty (20) days after the receipt by the employer of the citation, notice or ofer which fixes such time for correction, a written request for a hearing before the TERO Commission. Such a request need not be in any particular form, but shall specify the violation in question and the grounds upon which the employee considers the correction period to be unreasonable. (d) The hearing before the TERO Commission shall be set within ten (10) business days from the date of receipt of the request of a hearing and not later than thirty (30) calendar days after the date for compliance set forth in the citation notice, unless an expedited hearing is deemed necessary by the TERO Commission to avoid irreparable harm. (e) If a request for hearing is not filed, the citation, penalty assessed and time fixed for correction of the violation shall be a final order of the TOSHA Office and shall not be subject to review by any agency or court, and such order shall be immediately enforceable. (f) Where an employer contests, in good faith and not solely for delay or avoidance of penalties, the period of time fixed for correction of a nonserious violation, such period of time shall not run between the date the request for the hearing is filed and the date the order of the TOSHA office becomes final by operation of law or on appeal. (g) Service. Service of any documents under this part shall be sufficient if accomplished by personal delivery or electronic mail with a return receipt to any Tribal entity or the complainant, and by regular mail to any non-tribal entity or individuals.
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