California Labor Code
(Last Updated August 2008)

California Labor Code Section 1
This act shall be known as the Labor Code.
California Labor Code Section 2
The provisions of this code, in so far as they are substantially the same as existing provisions relating to the same subject matter, shall be...
California Labor Code Section 3
All persons who, at the time this code goes into effect, hold office under any of the acts repealed by this code, which offices are continued by this
California Labor Code Section 4
No action or proceeding commenced before this code takes effect, and no right accrued, is affected by the provisions of this code, but all procedure...
California Labor Code Section 5
Unless the context otherwise requires, the general provisions hereinafter set forth shall govern the construction of this code.
California Labor Code Section 6
Division, part, chapter, article, and section headings contained herein shall not be deemed to govern, limit, modify or in any manner affect the...
California Labor Code Section 7
Whenever, by the provisions of this code, an administrative power is granted to a public officer or a duty imposed upon such an officer, the power...
California Labor Code Section 8
Writing includes any form of recorded message capable of comprehension by ordinary visual means. Whenever any notice, report, statement or record is
California Labor Code Section 9
Whenever any reference is made to any portion of this code or of any other law of this State, such reference shall apply to all amendments and...
California Labor Code Section 10
"Section" means a section of this code unless some other statute is specifically mentioned.
California Labor Code Section 11
The present tense includes the past and future tenses; and the future, the present.
California Labor Code Section 12
The masculine gender includes the feminine and neuter.
California Labor Code Section 12.1
The Legislature hereby declares its intent that the terms "man" or "men" where appropriate shall be deemed "person" or "persons" and any references...
California Labor Code Section 13
The singular number includes the plural, and the plural the singular.
California Labor Code Section 14
"County" includes "city and county."
California Labor Code Section 15
"Shall" is mandatory and "may" is permissive.
California Labor Code Section 16
"Oath" includes affirmation.
California Labor Code Section 17
"Signature" or "subscription" includes mark when the signer or subscriber can not write, such signer's or subscriber's name being written near the...
California Labor Code Section 18
"Person" means any person, association, organization, partnership, business trust, limited liability company, or corporation.
California Labor Code Section 18.5
"Agency" means the Labor and Workforce Development Agency.
California Labor Code Section 19
"Department" means Department of Industrial Relations.
California Labor Code Section 19.5
"Secretary" means the Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development.
California Labor Code Section 20
"Director" means Director of Industrial Relations.
California Labor Code Section 21
"Labor Commissioner" means Chief of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement.
California Labor Code Section 22
"Violation" includes a failure to comply with any requirement of the code.
California Labor Code Section 23
Except in cases where a different punishment is prescribed, every offense declared by this code to be a misdemeanor is punishable by imprisonment in...
California Labor Code Section 24
If any provision of this code, or the application thereof to any person or circumstances, is held invalid the remainder of the code, and the...
California Labor Code Section 25
"Sheriff" includes "marshal."
California Labor Code Section 26
Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, no person who has not previously obtained a license regulated by this code shall be denied a...
California Labor Code Section 27
Whenever the term "workers' compensation judge" or "workers' compensation referee" is used in this code in connection with the workers' compensation...
California Labor Code Section 28
For injuries occurring on and after January 1, 1991, whenever the term "independent medical examiner" is used in this code, the term shall mean...
California Labor Code Section 29
"Medical director" means the physician appointed by the administrative director pursuant to Section 122.
California Labor Code Section 29.5
The Governor shall annually issue a proclamation declaring April 28 as Workers' Memorial Day in remembrance of the courage and integrity of American...
California Labor Code Section 50
There is in the Labor and Workforce Development Agency the Department of Industrial Relations.
California Labor Code Section 50.5
One of the functions of the Department of Industrial Relations is to foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners of California, to...
California Labor Code Section 50.6
The Department of Industrial Relations may assist and cooperate with the Wage and Hour Division, and the Children's Bureau, United States Department...
California Labor Code Section 50.7
(a) The Department of Industrial Relations is the state agency designated to be responsible for administering the state plan for the development and...
California Labor Code Section 50.8
The department shall develop a long range program for upgrading and expanding the resources of the State of California in the area of occupational...
California Labor Code Section 50.9
In furtherance of the provisions of Section 50.5, the director, or the Director of Employment Development, may comment on the impact of actions or...
California Labor Code Section 51
The department shall be conducted under the control of an executive officer known as Director of Industrial Relations. The Director of Industrial...
California Labor Code Section 52
Except as otherwise prescribed in this code, the provisions of the Government Code relating to departments of the State shall govern and apply to the
California Labor Code Section 53
Whenever in Section 1001 or in Part 1 (commencing with Section 11000) of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code "head of the department" or...
California Labor Code Section 54
The director shall perform all duties, exercise all powers and jurisdiction, assume and discharge all responsibilities, and carry out and effect all...
California Labor Code Section 54.5
The director may appoint an attorney and assistants licensed to practice law in this state. In the absence of an appointment, the attorney for the...
California Labor Code Section 55
For the purpose of administration the director shall organize the department subject to the approval of the Governor, in the manner he deems...
California Labor Code Section 56
The work of the department shall be divided into at least six divisions known as the Division of Workers' Compensation, the Division of Occupational
California Labor Code Section 57
Each division shall be in charge of a chief who shall be appointed by the Governor and shall receive a salary fixed in accordance with law, and shall
California Labor Code Section 57.1
(a) The Chief of the Division of Occupational Safety and Health shall receive an annual salary as provided by Chapter 6 (commencing with Section...
California Labor Code Section 57.5
All duties, powers, and jurisdiction relating to the administration of the State Compensation Insurance Fund shall be vested in the Board of...
California Labor Code Section 58
The department shall have possession and control of all records, books, papers, offices, equipment, supplies, moneys, funds, appropriations, land,...
California Labor Code Section 59
The department through its appropriate officers shall administer and enforce all laws imposing any duty, power, or function upon the offices or...
California Labor Code Section 60
Except as otherwise provided, the provisions of Divisions 4 and 4.5 of this code shall be administered and enforced by the Division of Workers'...
California Labor Code Section 60.5
(a) The provisions of Part 1 of Division 5 of this code shall be administered and enforced by the department through the Division of Occupational...
California Labor Code Section 60.6
All persons serving in the state civil service in the Division of Industrial Safety or in the Occupational Health Branch of the State Department of...
California Labor Code Section 60.7
The Division of Occupational Safety and Health shall have possession and control of all records, books, papers, offices, equipment, supplies, moneys,
California Labor Code Section 60.8
The Division of Occupational Safety and Health may expend money appropriated for the administration of the laws the enforcement of which is committed
California Labor Code Section 60.9
There is within the Division of Occupational Safety and Health an occupational health unit and an occupational safety unit, which shall assist in the
California Labor Code Section 61
The provisions of Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 1171) of Part 4 of Division 2 shall be administered and enforced by the department through the...
California Labor Code Section 62
The department may expend money appropriated for the administration of the provisions of the laws, the enforcement of which is committed to the...
California Labor Code Section 62.5
(a) (1) The Workers' Compensation Administration Revolving Fund is hereby created as a special account in the State Treasury. Money in the fund may...
California Labor Code Section 62.6
(a) The director shall levy and collect assessments from employers in accordance with subdivision (b), as necessary, to collect the aggregate amount...
California Labor Code Section 62.7
(a) The Cal-OSHA Targeted Inspection and Consultation Fund is hereby created as a special account in the State Treasury. Proceeds of the fund may be
California Labor Code Section 62.9
(a) (1) The director shall levy and collect assessments from employers in accordance with this section. The total amount of the assessment collected...
California Labor Code Section 63
The Director may authorize the refund of moneys received or collected by the department in payment of license fees or for other services in cases...
California Labor Code Section 64
The Labor Commissioner may enter into reciprocal agreements with the labor department or corresponding agency of any other state or with the person,...
California Labor Code Section 64.5
When requested by the State Board of Equalization, the department may permit any duly authorized representative of that agency to transmit to the...
California Labor Code Section 65
The department may investigate and mediate labor disputes providing any bona fide party to this type of dispute requests intervention by the...
California Labor Code Section 66
The services of the department pursuant to Section 65 shall be conducted by a unit within the department to be known as the California State...
California Labor Code Section 70
There is in the Department of Industrial Relations the Industrial Welfare Commission which consists of five members. The members of the commission...
California Labor Code Section 70.1
The Industrial Welfare Commission shall be composed of two representatives of organized labor who are members of recognized labor organizations, two...
California Labor Code Section 71
The term of office of the members of the Industrial Welfare Commission shall be four years and they shall hold office until the appointment and...
California Labor Code Section 72
The members of the commission shall receive one hundred dollars ($100) for each day's actual attendance at meetings and other official business of...
California Labor Code Section 73
The Industrial Welfare Commission may employ necessary assistants, officers, experts, and such other employees as it deems necessary. All such...
California Labor Code Section 74
The Chief of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, for the purpose of enforcing Industrial Welfare Commission orders and provisions of this...
California Labor Code Section 75
(a) There is in the department the Commission on Health and Safety and Workers' Compensation. The commission shall be composed of eight voting...
California Labor Code Section 76
The commission may employ officers, assistants, experts, and other employees it deems necessary. All personnel of the commission shall be under the...
California Labor Code Section 77
(a) The commission shall conduct a continuing examination of the workers' compensation system, as defined in Section 4 of Article XIV of the...
California Labor Code Section 77.5
(a) On or before July 1, 2004, the commission shall conduct a survey and evaluation of evidence-based, peer-reviewed, nationally recognized standards
California Labor Code Section 77.7
(a) A study shall be undertaken to examine the causes of the number of insolvencies among workers' compensation insurers within the past 10 years....
California Labor Code Section 78
(a) The commission shall review and approve applications from employers and employee organizations, as well as applications submitted jointly by an...
California Labor Code Section 79
There is in the Department of Industrial Relations the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall be
California Labor Code Section 80
The headquarters of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, hereafter in this chapter referred to as the division, shall be located in San...
California Labor Code Section 81
The employees of the division shall devote their full time to the work of the division and shall receive their actual necessary traveling expenses. ...
California Labor Code Section 82
(a) The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement succeeds to, and is vested with, all of the powers, duties, purposes, responsibilities, and...
California Labor Code Section 83
(a) The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement succeeds to, and is vested with, all of the powers, duties, purposes, responsibilities, and...
California Labor Code Section 87
All persons, other than temporary employees, serving in the state civil service and engaged in the performance of a function transferred pursuant to...
California Labor Code Section 88
The personnel records of all employees transferred pursuant to Section 87 shall remain in the Department of Industrial Relations.
California Labor Code Section 89
The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall have possession and control of all records, books, papers, offices, equipment, supplies, moneys,...
California Labor Code Section 89.5
The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement may expend the money in any appropriation or in any special fund in the State Treasury made available by...
California Labor Code Section 90
The Labor Commissioner, his deputies and agents, shall have free access to all places of labor. Any person, or agent or officer thereof, who refuses
California Labor Code Section 90.3
(a) It is the policy of this state to vigorously enforce the laws requiring employers to secure the payment of compensation as required by Section...
California Labor Code Section 90.5
(a) It is the policy of this state to vigorously enforce minimum labor standards in order to ensure employees are not required or permitted to work...
California Labor Code Section 90.7
When the division determines that an employer has violated Section 226.2, 1021, 1021.5, 1197, or 1771, or otherwise determines that an employer may...
California Labor Code Section 91
Any person who willfully impedes or prevents the Labor Commissioner or his deputies or agents in the performance of duty, is guilty of a misdemeanor,
California Labor Code Section 92
The Labor Commissioner, his deputies and agents, may issue subpenas to compel the attendance of witnesses and parties and the production of books,...
California Labor Code Section 93
Obedience to subpoenas issued by the Labor Commissioner, or his deputies or agents shall be enforced by the courts. It is a misdemeanor to ignore...
California Labor Code Section 94
The office of the division shall be open for business from 9 o' clock a.m. until 5 o'clock p.m. every day except nonjudicial days, and the officers...
California Labor Code Section 95
(a) The division may enforce the provisions of this code and all labor laws of the state the enforcement of which is not specifically vested in any...
California Labor Code Section 96
The Labor Commissioner and his or her deputies and representatives authorized by him or her in writing shall, upon the filing of a claim therefor by...
California Labor Code Section 96.3
In cases where employees are covered by a collective bargaining agreement, the collective bargaining representative by virtue of such agreement may...
California Labor Code Section 96.5
The Labor Commissioner shall conduct such hearings as may be necessary for the purpose of Section 7071.11 of the Business and Professions Code. In...
California Labor Code Section 96.6
The Industrial Relations Unpaid Wage Fund is hereby created as a special fund in the State Treasury, which is continuously appropriated for the...
California Labor Code Section 96.7
The Labor Commissioner, after investigation and upon determination that wages or monetary benefits are due and unpaid to any worker in the State of...
California Labor Code Section 97
The Labor Commissioner, his deputies and representatives shall not be bound by any rule requiring the consent of the spouse of a married claimant,...
California Labor Code Section 98
(a) The Labor Commissioner shall have the authority to investigate employee complaints. The Labor Commissioner may provide for a hearing in any...
California Labor Code Section 98.1
(a) Within 15 days after the hearing is concluded, the Labor Commissioner shall file in the office of the division a copy of the order, decision, or...
California Labor Code Section 98.2
(a) Within 10 days after service of notice of an order, decision, or award the parties may seek review by filing an appeal to the superior court,...
California Labor Code Section 98.3
(a) The Labor Commissioner may prosecute all actions for the collection of wages, penalties, and demands of persons who in the judgment of the Labor...
California Labor Code Section 98.4
The Labor Commissioner may, upon the request of a claimant financially unable to afford counsel, represent such claimant in the de novo proceedings...
California Labor Code Section 98.5
The Labor Commissioner shall have the right to intervene in any court proceedings conducted pursuant to Section 98.2 where questions of the...
California Labor Code Section 98.6
(a) No person shall discharge an employee or in any manner discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because the employee or...
California Labor Code Section 98.7
(a) Any person who believes that he or she has been discharged or otherwise discriminated against in violation of any law under the jurisdiction of...
California Labor Code Section 98.75
The Labor Commissioner shall submit a report to the Legislature by February 15, 1987, and annually thereafter by February 15, providing the following
California Labor Code Section 98.8
The Labor Commissioner shall promulgate all regulations and rules of practice and procedure necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 98.9
Upon a finding by the Labor Commissioner that a willful or deliberate violation of any of the provisions of the Labor Code, within the jurisdiction...
California Labor Code Section 99
The division may file preferred claims, mechanics' liens, and other liens of employees in the name of the Labor Commissioner, his deputy or...
California Labor Code Section 100
The division may join various claimants in one preferred claim or lien as well as list them with the data regarding their claims in an exhibit and...
California Labor Code Section 100.5
Preferred claims for work performed or personal services rendered are provided for in Sections 1204, 1205, 1206, 1207, and 1208 of the Code of Civil...
California Labor Code Section 101
No court costs of any nature shall be payable by the division, in any civil action to which the division is a party. Any sheriff or marshal...
California Labor Code Section 101.5
No fees shall be payable for the filing or recording of any document or paper in the performance of any official service by the Labor Commissioner. ...
California Labor Code Section 102
The sheriff or marshal shall specify when the summons or process is returned, what costs he or she would ordinarily have been entitled to for such...
California Labor Code Section 103
The Labor Commissioner shall, to the extent provided for by any reciprocal agreement entered into pursuant to Section 64, or by the laws of any other
California Labor Code Section 104
The Labor Commissioner shall, upon the written request of the labor department or other corresponding agency of any other state or of any person,...
California Labor Code Section 105
(a) The Labor Commissioner shall provide qualified bilingual persons in public contact positions or as interpreters to assist those in such positions
California Labor Code Section 106
(a) The Labor Commissioner may authorize an employee of any of the agencies that participate in the Joint Enforcement Strike Force on the Underground
California Labor Code Section 107
(a) The enforcement of Section 14110.65 of the Welfare and Institutions Code is vested with the State Department of Health Services. (b) Any claim
California Labor Code Section 110
As used in this chapter: (a) "Appeals board" means the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board. The title of a member of the board is...
California Labor Code Section 111
(a) The Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, consisting of seven members, shall exercise all judicial powers vested in it under this code. In all...
California Labor Code Section 112
The members of the appeals board shall be appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Senate. The term of office of the members...
California Labor Code Section 113
The Governor shall designate the chairman of the appeals board from the membership of the appeals board. The person so designated shall hold the...
California Labor Code Section 115
Actions of the appeals board shall be taken by decision of a majority of the appeals board except as otherwise expressly provided. The chairman...
California Labor Code Section 116
The seal of the appeals board bearing the inscription "Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, Seal" shall be affixed to all writs and authentications...
California Labor Code Section 117
The administrative director may appoint an attorney licensed to practice law in the state as counsel to the division.
California Labor Code Section 119
The attorney shall: (a) Represent and appear for the state and the Division of Workers' Compensation and the appeals board in all actions and...
California Labor Code Section 120
The administrative director and the chairman of the appeals board may each respectively appoint a secretary and assistant secretaries to perform such
California Labor Code Section 121
The chairman of the appeals board may authorize its secretary and any two assistant secretaries to act as deputy appeals board members and may...
California Labor Code Section 122
The administrative director shall appoint a medical director who shall possess a physician's and surgeon's certificate granted under Chapter 5...
California Labor Code Section 123
The administrative director may employ necessary assistants, officers, experts, statisticians, actuaries, accountants, workers' compensation...
California Labor Code Section 123.3
Any official reporter employed by the administrative director shall render stenographic or clerical assistance as directed by the presiding workers'...
California Labor Code Section 123.5
(a) Workers' compensation administrative law judges employed by the administrative director and supervised by the court administrator pursuant to...
California Labor Code Section 123.6
(a) All workers' compensation administrative law judges employed by the administrative director and supervised by the court administrator shall...
California Labor Code Section 123.7
The appeals board may, by rule or regulation, establish procedures whereby attorneys who are either certified specialists in workers' compensation by
California Labor Code Section 124
(a) In administering and enforcing this division and Division 4 (commencing with Section 3200), the division shall protect the interests of injured...
California Labor Code Section 125
The administrative director shall cause to be printed and furnished free of charge to any person blank forms that may facilitate or promote the...
California Labor Code Section 126
The Division of Workers' Compensation, including the administrative director and the appeals board, shall keep minutes of all their proceedings and...
California Labor Code Section 127
The administrative director and court administrator may: (a) Charge and collect fees for copies of papers and records, for certified copies of...
California Labor Code Section 127.5
In the exercise of his or her functions, the court administrator shall further the interests of uniformity and expedition of proceedings before...
California Labor Code Section 127.6
(a) The administrative director shall, in consultation with the Commission on Health and Safety and Workers' Compensation, other state agencies, and...
California Labor Code Section 128
The appeals board may accept appointment as deputy commissioner under, or any delegation of authority to enforce, the United States Longshoremen's...
California Labor Code Section 129
(a) To make certain that injured workers, and their dependents in the event of their death, receive promptly and accurately the full measure of...
California Labor Code Section 129.5
(a) The administrative director may assess an administrative penalty against an insurer, self-insured employer, or third-party administrator for any...
California Labor Code Section 130
The appeals board and each of its members, its secretary, assistant secretaries, and workers' compensation judges, may administer oaths, certify to...
California Labor Code Section 131
Each witness who appears by order of the appeals board or any of its members, or a workers' compensation judge, shall receive, if demanded, for his...
California Labor Code Section 132
The superior court in and for the county in which any proceeding is held by the appeals board or a workers' compensation judge may compel the...
California Labor Code Section 132a
It is the declared policy of this state that there should not be discrimination against workers who are injured in the course and scope of their...
California Labor Code Section 133
The Division of Workers' Compensation, including the administrative director, the court administrator, and the appeals board, shall have power and...
California Labor Code Section 134
The appeals board or any member thereof may issue writs or summons, warrants of attachment, warrants of commitment and all necessary process in...
California Labor Code Section 135
In accordance with rules of practice and procedure that it may adopt, the appeals board may, with the approval of the Department of Finance, destroy...
California Labor Code Section 138
The administrative director and the court administrator may each appoint a deputy to act during that time as he or she may be absent from the state...
California Labor Code Section 138.1
(a) The administrative director shall be appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Senate and shall hold office at the pleasure of
California Labor Code Section 138.2
(a) The headquarters of the Division of Workers' Compensation shall be based at and operated from a centrally located city. The administrative...
California Labor Code Section 138.3
The administrative director shall, with respect to all injuries, prescribe, pursuant to Section 5402, reasonable rules and regulations requiring the...
California Labor Code Section 138.4
(a) For the purpose of this section, "claims administrator" means a self-administered workers' compensation insurer; or a self-administered...
California Labor Code Section 138.5
The Division of Workers' Compensation shall cooperate in the enforcement of child support obligations. At the request of the Department of Child...
California Labor Code Section 138.6
(a) The administrative director, in consultation with the Insurance Commissioner and the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau, shall develop
California Labor Code Section 138.65
(a) The administrative director, after consultation with the Insurance Commissioner, shall contract with a qualified organization to study the...
California Labor Code Section 138.7
(a) Except as expressly permitted in subdivision (b), a person or public or private entity not a party to a claim for workers' compensation benefits...
California Labor Code Section 139.2
(a) The administrative director shall appoint qualified medical evaluators in each of the respective specialties as required for the evaluation of...
California Labor Code Section 139.3
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, to the extent those services are paid pursuant to Division 4 (commencing with Section 3200), it is...
California Labor Code Section 139.31
The prohibition of Section 139.3 shall not apply to or restrict any of the following: (a) A physician may refer a patient for a good or service...
California Labor Code Section 139.4
(a) The administrative director may review advertising copy to ensure compliance with Section 651 of the Business and Professions Code and may...
California Labor Code Section 139.43
(a) No person or entity shall advertise, print, display, publish, distribute, or broadcast, or cause or permit to be advertised, printed, displayed,...
California Labor Code Section 139.45
(a) In promulgating regulations pursuant to Sections 139.4 and 139.43, the administrative director shall take particular care to preclude any...
California Labor Code Section 139.47
The Director of Industrial Relations shall establish and maintain a program to encourage, facilitate, and educate employers to provide early and...
California Labor Code Section 139.48
(a) (1) The administrative director shall establish the Return-to-Work Program in order to promote the early and sustained return to work of the...
California Labor Code Section 139.6
(a) The administrative director shall establish and effect within the Division of Workers' Compensation a continuing program to provide information...
California Labor Code Section 140
(a) There is in the Department of Industrial Relations, the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board which consists of seven members who shall...
California Labor Code Section 141
(a) The terms of office of the members of the board shall be four years and they shall hold office until the appointment and qualification of a...
California Labor Code Section 142
The Division of Occupational Safety and Health shall enforce all occupational safety and health standards adopted pursuant to this chapter, and those
California Labor Code Section 142.1
The board shall meet at least monthly. The meetings shall be rotated throughout the state at locations designated by the chairman. All meetings...
California Labor Code Section 142.2
At each of its meetings, the board shall make time available to interested persons to propose new or revised orders or standards appropriate for...
California Labor Code Section 142.3
(a) (1) The board, by an affirmative vote of at least four members, may adopt, amend or repeal occupational safety and health standards and orders. ...
California Labor Code Section 142.4
(a) Occupational safety and health standards and orders shall be adopted, amended, or repealed as provided in Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section...
California Labor Code Section 142.7
(a) On or before October 1, 1987, the board shall adopt an occupational safety and health standard concerning hazardous substance removal work, so as
California Labor Code Section 143
(a) Any employer may apply to the board for a permanent variance from an occupational safety and health standard, order, special order, or portion...
California Labor Code Section 143.1
The board shall conduct hearings on such requests for a permanent variance after employees or employee representatives are properly notified and...
California Labor Code Section 143.2
The board, acting as a whole, may adopt, amend, or repeal rules of practice and procedure pertaining to hearings on applications for permanent...
California Labor Code Section 144
(a) The authority of any agency, department, division, bureau or any other political subdivision other than the Division of Occupational Safety and...
California Labor Code Section 144.5
(a) The Division of Occupational Safety and Health in connection with the enforcement of occupational safety and health standards adopted pursuant to
California Labor Code Section 144.6
In promulgating standards dealing with toxic materials or harmful physical agents, the board shall adopt that standard which most adequately assures,
California Labor Code Section 144.7
(a) The board shall, no later than January 15, 1999, adopt an emergency regulation revising the bloodborne pathogen standard currently set forth in...
California Labor Code Section 145
The board may employ necessary assistants, officers, experts, and such other employees as it deems necessary. All such personnel of the board shall...
California Labor Code Section 145.1
The board and its duly authorized representatives in the performance of its duties shall have the powers of a head of a department as set forth in...
California Labor Code Section 146
In the conduct of hearings related to permanent variances, the board and its representatives are not bound by common law or statutory rules of...
California Labor Code Section 147
The board shall refer to the Division of Occupational Safety and Health for evaluation any proposed occupational safety or health standard or...
California Labor Code Section 147.1
In connection with the development and promulgation of occupational health standards the Division of Occupational Safety and Health shall perform all
California Labor Code Section 147.2
In accordance with Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 6350) of Part 1 of Division 5 of this code and Section 105175 of the Health and Safety Code,...
California Labor Code Section 148
(a) There is in the Department of Industrial Relations the Occupational Safety and Health Appeals Board, consisting of three members appointed by the
California Labor Code Section 148.1
Each member of the appeals board shall serve for a term of four years and until his successor is appointed and qualifies. The terms of the first...
California Labor Code Section 148.2
The appeals board may employ necessary assistants, officers, experts, hearing officers, and such other employees as it deems necessary. All such...
California Labor Code Section 148.4
All decisions and orders of the appeals board shall be in writing.
California Labor Code Section 148.5
A decision of the appeals board is final, except for any rehearing or judicial review as permitted by Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 6600) of...
California Labor Code Section 148.6
A decision of the appeals board is binding on the director and the Division of Occupational Safety and Health with respect to the parties involved in
California Labor Code Section 148.7
The appeals board, acting as a whole, may adopt, amend, or repeal rules of practice and procedure pertaining to hearing appeals and other matters...
California Labor Code Section 148.8
The appeals board and its duly authorized representatives in the performance of its duties shall have the powers of a head of a department as set...
California Labor Code Section 148.9
Decisions of the appeals board shall be made by a majority of the appeals board, except as otherwise expressly provided.
California Labor Code Section 149
The chairman of the appeals board may authorize its executive officer to act as deputy appeals board member, and may delegate authority and duties to
California Labor Code Section 149.5
The appeals board may award reasonable costs, including attorney's fees, consultant's fees, and witness' fees, not to exceed five thousand dollars...
California Labor Code Section 150
The Division of Labor Statistics and Research, hereafter in this chapter referred to as the division, shall collect, compile and present facts and...
California Labor Code Section 151
The division shall conduct an annual survey of the ethnic derivation of the individuals who are parties to apprentice agreements described in Section
California Labor Code Section 152
The Chief of the Division of Labor Statistics and Research and employees of the division authorized by him may issue subpoenas to compel the...
California Labor Code Section 153
Except as provided in Section 151 no use shall be made in the reports of the division of the names of persons supplying the information required...
California Labor Code Section 156
An annual report containing statistics on California work injuries and occupational diseases and fatalities by industry classifications shall be...
California Labor Code Section 175
The Division of Occupational Safety and Health shall be the lead agency in providing for public health and safety as well as worker health and...
California Labor Code Section 176
(a) The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the Dymally-Alatorre Bilingual Services Act, Chapter 17.5 (commencing with Section 7290) of...
California Labor Code Section 200
As used in this article: (a) "Wages" includes all amounts for labor performed by employees of every description, whether the amount is fixed or...
California Labor Code Section 201
(a) If an employer discharges an employee, the wages earned and unpaid at the time of discharge are due and payable immediately. An employer who lays
California Labor Code Section 201.3
(a) For purposes of this section, the following definitions apply: (1) "Temporary services employer" means an employing unit that contracts with...
California Labor Code Section 201.5
(a) For purposes of this section, the following definitions apply: (1) "An employee engaged in the production or broadcasting of motion pictures"...
California Labor Code Section 201.7
An employer who lays off an employee or a group of employees engaged in the business of oil drilling shall be deemed to have made immediate payment...
California Labor Code Section 201.9
Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 201, if employees are employed at a venue that hosts live theatrical or concert events and are enrolled in
California Labor Code Section 202
(a) If an employee not having a written contract for a definite period quits his or her employment, his or her wages shall become due and payable not
California Labor Code Section 203
(a) If an employer willfully fails to pay, without abatement or reduction, in accordance with Sections 201, 201.3, 201.5, 202, and 205.5, any wages...
California Labor Code Section 203.1
If an employer pays an employee in the regular course of employment or in accordance with Section 201, 201.3, 201.5, 201.7, or 202 any wages or...
California Labor Code Section 203.5
(a) If a bonding company issuing a bond which secures the payment of wages for labor or the surety on a bond willfully fails to pay, without...
California Labor Code Section 204
(a) All wages, other than those mentioned in Section 201, 201.3, 202, 204.1, or 204.2, earned by any person in any employment are due and payable...
California Labor Code Section 204a
When workers are engaged in an employment that normally involves working for several employers in the same industry interchangeably, and the several...
California Labor Code Section 204b
Section 204 shall be inapplicable to employees paid on a weekly basis on a regular day designated by the employer in advance of the rendition of...
California Labor Code Section 204c
Section 204 shall be inapplicable to executive, administrative or professional employees who are not covered by any collective bargaining agreement,...
California Labor Code Section 204.1
Commission wages paid to any person employed by an employer licensed as a vehicle dealer by the Department of Motor Vehicles are due and payable once
California Labor Code Section 204.2
Salaries of executive, administrative, and professional employees of employers covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act, as set forth pursuant to...
California Labor Code Section 204.3
(a) An employee may receive, in lieu of overtime compensation, compensating time off at a rate of not less than one and one-half hours for each hour...
California Labor Code Section 205
In agricultural, viticultural, and horticultural pursuits, in stock or poultry raising, and in household domestic service, when the employees in such
California Labor Code Section 205.5
All wages, other than those mentioned in Sections 201 and 202, earned by any agricultural employee, as defined in Section 1140.4, are due and payable
California Labor Code Section 206
(a) In case of a dispute over wages, the employer shall pay, without condition and within the time set by this article, all wages, or parts thereof,...
California Labor Code Section 206.5
(a) An employer shall not require the execution of a release of a claim or right on account of wages due, or to become due, or made as an advance on...
California Labor Code Section 207
Every employer shall keep posted conspicuously at the place of work, if practicable, or otherwise where it can be seen as employees come or go to...
California Labor Code Section 208
Every employee who is discharged shall be paid at the place of discharge, and every employee who quits shall be paid at the office or agency of the...
California Labor Code Section 209
In the event of any strike, the unpaid wages earned by striking employees shall become due and payable on the next regular pay day, and the payment...
California Labor Code Section 210
(a) In addition to, and entirely independent and apart from, any other penalty provided in this article, every person who fails to pay the wages of...
California Labor Code Section 211
When action to recover such penalties is brought, no court costs shall be payable by the state or the division. Any sheriff or marshal who serves...
California Labor Code Section 212
(a) No person, or agent or officer thereof, shall issue in payment of wages due, or to become due, or as an advance on wages to be earned: (1) Any
California Labor Code Section 213
Nothing contained in Section 212 shall: (a) Prohibit an employer from guaranteeing the payment of bills incurred by an employee for the...
California Labor Code Section 214
Prosecution under section 212 may be brought either at the place where the alleged illegal order, check, draft, note, memorandum or other...
California Labor Code Section 215
Any person, or the agent, manager, superintendent or officer thereof, who violates any provision of Section 201.3, 204, 204b, 205, 207, 208, 209, or...
California Labor Code Section 216
In addition to any other penalty imposed by this article, any person, or an agent, manager, superintendent, or officer thereof is guilty of a...
California Labor Code Section 217
The Division of Labor Law Enforcement shall inquire diligently for any violations of this article, and, in cases which it deems proper, shall...
California Labor Code Section 218
Nothing in this article shall limit the authority of the district attorney of any county or prosecuting attorney of any city to prosecute actions,...
California Labor Code Section 218.5
In any action brought for the nonpayment of wages, fringe benefits, or health and welfare or pension fund contributions, the court shall award...
California Labor Code Section 218.6
In any action brought for the nonpayment of wages, the court shall award interest on all due and unpaid wages at the rate of interest specified in...
California Labor Code Section 219
(a) Nothing in this article shall in any way limit or prohibit the payment of wages at more frequent intervals, or in greater amounts, or in full...
California Labor Code Section 220
(a) Sections 201.3, 201.5, 201.7, 203.1, 203.5, 204, 204a, 204b, 204c, 204.1, 205, and 205.5 do not apply to the payment of wages of employees...
California Labor Code Section 220.2
Contributions to vacation allowances, pension or retirement funds, sick leave, and health and welfare benefits on behalf of persons employed by any...
California Labor Code Section 221
It shall be unlawful for any employer to collect or receive from an employee any part of wages theretofore paid by said employer to said employee.
California Labor Code Section 222
It shall be unlawful, in case of any wage agreement arrived at through collective bargaining, either wilfully or unlawfully or with intent to defraud
California Labor Code Section 222.5
No person shall withhold or deduct from the compensation of any employee, or require any prospective employee or applicant for employment to pay, any
California Labor Code Section 223
Where any statute or contract requires an employer to maintain the designated wage scale, it shall be unlawful to secretly pay a lower wage while...
California Labor Code Section 224
The provisions of Sections 221, 222 and 223 shall in no way make it unlawful for an employer to withhold or divert any portion of an employee's wages
California Labor Code Section 225
The violation of any provision of Sections 221, 222, 222.5, or 223 is a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 225.5
In addition to, and entirely independent and apart from, any other penalty provided in this article, every person who unlawfully withholds wages due...
California Labor Code Section 226
(a) Every employer shall, semimonthly or at the time of each payment of wages, furnish each of his or her employees, either as a detachable part of...
California Labor Code Section 226.3
Any employer who violates subdivision (a) of Section 226 shall be subject to a civil penalty in the amount of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) per...
California Labor Code Section 226.4
If, upon inspection or investigation, the Labor Commissioner determines that an employer is in violation of subdivision (a) of Section 226, the Labor
California Labor Code Section 226.5
(a) If a person desires to contest a citation or the proposed assessment of a civil penalty therefor, he or she shall within 15 business days after...
California Labor Code Section 226.6
Any employer who knowingly and intentionally violates the provisions of Section 226 or 226.2, or any officer, agent, employee, fiduciary, or other...
California Labor Code Section 226.7
(a) No employer shall require any employee to work during any meal or rest period mandated by an applicable order of the Industrial Welfare...
California Labor Code Section 227
Whenever an employer has agreed with any employee to make payments to a health or welfare fund, pension fund or vacation plan, or other similar plan...
California Labor Code Section 227.3
Unless otherwise provided by a collective-bargaining agreement, whenever a contract of employment or employer policy provides for paid vacations, and
California Labor Code Section 227.5
Whenever an employer has agreed with any employee to make payments to a health or welfare fund, pension fund or vacation plan, or such other plan for
California Labor Code Section 228
The payments under Section 227 of this code shall be deemed to include payments to apprenticeship funds. This amendment is hereby declared to be...
California Labor Code Section 229
Actions to enforce the provisions of this article for the collection of due and unpaid wages claimed by an individual may be maintained without...
California Labor Code Section 230
(a) An employer may not discharge or in any manner discriminate against an employee for taking time off to serve as required by law on an inquest...
California Labor Code Section 230.1
(a) In addition to the requirements and prohibitions imposed on employees pursuant to Section 230, an employer with 25 or more employees may not...
California Labor Code Section 230.2
(a) As used in this section: (1) "Immediate family member" means spouse, child, stepchild, brother, stepbrother, sister, stepsister, mother,...
California Labor Code Section 230.3
(a) No employer shall discharge or in any manner discriminate against an employee for taking time off to perform emergency duty as a volunteer...
California Labor Code Section 230.4
(a) An employee who is a volunteer firefighter, and works for an employer employing 50 or more employees, shall be permitted to take temporary leaves
California Labor Code Section 230.7
(a) No employer shall discharge or in any manner discriminate against an employee who is the parent or guardian of a pupil for taking time off to...
California Labor Code Section 230.8
(a) (1) No employer who employs 25 or more employees working at the same location shall discharge or in any way discriminate against an employee who...
California Labor Code Section 231
Any employer who requires, as a condition of employment, that an employee have a driver's license shall pay the cost of any physical examination of...
California Labor Code Section 232
No employer may do any of the following: (a) Require, as a condition of employment, that an employee refrain from disclosing the amount of his or...
California Labor Code Section 232.5
No employer may do any of the following: (a) Require, as a condition of employment, that an employee refrain from disclosing information about the
California Labor Code Section 233
(a) Any employer who provides sick leave for employees shall permit an employee to use in any calendar year the employee's accrued and available sick
California Labor Code Section 234
An employer absence control policy that counts sick leave taken pursuant to Section 233 as an absence that may lead to or result in discipline,...
California Labor Code Section 240
(a) If any employer has been convicted of a violation of any provision of this article, or if any judgment against an employer for nonpayment of...
California Labor Code Section 243
(a) If, within 10 years of either a conviction for a violation of this article or failing to satisfy a judgment for nonpayment of wages, or of both,...
California Labor Code Section 250
As used in this article "seasonal labor" means all labor performed by any person hired in this State to perform services outside of this State for a...
California Labor Code Section 251
This article shall not apply to wages earned by seamen or other persons, where payment is regulated by Federal statute.
California Labor Code Section 252
Upon application of either the employer or the employee, the wages earned in seasonal labor shall be paid in the presence of the Labor Commissioner,...
California Labor Code Section 253
The Labor Commissioner shall hear and decide all wage disputes arising in connection with seasonal labor and shall allow or reject any deductions...
California Labor Code Section 254
After a final hearing by the Labor Commissioner, he shall file in the office of his division a copy of the findings of fact and his award.
California Labor Code Section 255
The amount of the award of the Labor Commissioner shall, in the absence of fraud, be conclusively presumed to be the amount of the wages due and...
California Labor Code Section 256
The Labor Commissioner shall impose a civil penalty in an amount not exceeding 30 days pay as waiting time under the terms of Section 203.
California Labor Code Section 257
All provisions of Article 1 of this chapter, except sections 204, 205, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211 and 215 are applicable to this article.
California Labor Code Section 270
No person, or agent or officer thereof, engaged in the business of extracting or of extracting and refining or reducing minerals other than...
California Labor Code Section 270.5
(a) No person, agent or officer thereof, or logging contractor, or sawmill operations contractor, engaged in the business of logging or operating a...
California Labor Code Section 270.6
(a) No person, or agent or officer thereof, without a permanent and fixed place of business or residence in this state who uses or employs any person
California Labor Code Section 271
No person, or agent or officer thereof, engaged in the business of promoting a theatrical enterprise where living individuals are used or employed in
California Labor Code Section 272
Every person, agent, or officer thereof engaged in the businesses specified in Section 270, 270.5, 270.6, or 271, shall keep conspicuously posted...
California Labor Code Section 300
(a) As used in this section, the phrase "assignment of wages" includes the sale or assignment of, or giving of an order for, wages or salary but does
California Labor Code Section 350
As used in this article, unless the context indicates otherwise: (a) "Employer" means every person engaged in any business or enterprise in this...
California Labor Code Section 351
No employer or agent shall collect, take, or receive any gratuity or a part thereof that is paid, given to, or left for an employee by a patron, or...
California Labor Code Section 353
Every employer shall keep accurate records of all gratuities received by him, whether received directly from the employee or indirectly by means of...
California Labor Code Section 354
Any employer who violates any provision of this article is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000)...
California Labor Code Section 355
The Department of Industrial Relations shall enforce the provisions of this article. All fines collected under this article shall be paid into the...
California Labor Code Section 356
The Legislature expressly declares that the purpose of this article is to prevent fraud upon the public in connection with the practice of tipping...
California Labor Code Section 400
As used in this article, "applicant" means an applicant for employment.
California Labor Code Section 401
If a bond or photograph of an employee or applicant is required by any employer, the cost thereof shall be paid by the employer.
California Labor Code Section 402
No employer shall demand, exact, or accept any cash bond from any employee or applicant unless: (a) The employee or applicant is entrusted with...
California Labor Code Section 403
If cash is received as a bond it shall be deposited in a savings account in a bank authorized to do business in this State, and may be withdrawn only
California Labor Code Section 404
Any money put up as a bond under Sections 401, 402 and 403: (a) Is not subject to enforcement of a money judgment except in an action between the
California Labor Code Section 405
Any property put up by any employee or applicant as a bond shall not be used for any purpose other than liquidating accounts between the employer and
California Labor Code Section 406
Any property put up by an employee, or applicant as a part of the contract of employment, directly or indirectly, shall be deemed to be put up as a...
California Labor Code Section 407
Investments and the sale of stock or an interest in a business in connection with the securing of a position are illegal as against the public policy
California Labor Code Section 408
Any person or agent or officer thereof, who violates any provision of this article, except the provisions of Section 405, is guilty of a misdemeanor,
California Labor Code Section 409
All fines imposed and collected under this article shall be paid into the State treasury and credited to the general fund.
California Labor Code Section 410
The Labor Commissioner shall enforce this article.
California Labor Code Section 430
As used in this article "applicant" means an applicant for employment.
California Labor Code Section 432
If an employee or applicant signs any instrument relating to the obtaining or holding of employment, he shall be given a copy of the instrument upon...
California Labor Code Section 432.2
(a) No employer shall demand or require any applicant for employment or prospective employment or any employee to submit to or take a polygraph, lie...
California Labor Code Section 432.5
No employer, or agent, manager, superintendent, or officer thereof, shall require any employee or applicant for employment to agree, in writing, to...
California Labor Code Section 432.7
(a) No employer, whether a public agency or private individual or corporation, shall ask an applicant for employment to disclose, through any written
California Labor Code Section 432.8
The limitations on employers and the penalties provided for in Section 432.7 shall apply to a conviction for violation of subdivision (b) or (c) of...
California Labor Code Section 433
Any person violating this article is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 434
The provisions of this article shall not apply to applications for employment filed with common carriers by railroad subject to the act of Congress...
California Labor Code Section 435
(a) No employer may cause an audio or video recording to be made of an employee in a restroom, locker room, or room designated by an employer for...
California Labor Code Section 450
(a) No employer, or agent or officer thereof, or other person, may compel or coerce any employee, or applicant for employment, to patronize his or...
California Labor Code Section 451
Any person, or agent or officer thereof, who violates this article is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 452
Nothing in this article shall prohibit an employer from prescribing the weight, color, quality, texture, style, form and make of uniforms required to
California Labor Code Section 500
For purposes of this chapter, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (a) "Workday" and "day" mean any consecutive 24-hour period...
California Labor Code Section 510
(a) Eight hours of labor constitutes a day's work. Any work in excess of eight hours in one workday and any work in excess of 40 hours in any one...
California Labor Code Section 511
(a) Upon the proposal of an employer, the employees of an employer may adopt a regularly scheduled alternative workweek that authorizes work by the...
California Labor Code Section 512
(a) An employer may not employ an employee for a work period of more than five hours per day without providing the employee with a meal period of not
California Labor Code Section 512.5
(a) Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter, if the Industrial Welfare Commission adopts or amends an order that applies to an employee of a...
California Labor Code Section 513
If an employer approves a written request of an employee to make up work time that is or would be lost as a result of a personal obligation of the...
California Labor Code Section 514
Sections 510 and 511 do not apply to an employee covered by a valid collective bargaining agreement if the agreement expressly provides for the...
California Labor Code Section 515
(a) The Industrial Welfare Commission may establish exemptions from the requirement that an overtime rate of compensation be paid pursuant to...
California Labor Code Section 515.5
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), an employee in the computer software field shall be exempt from the requirement that an overtime rate of...
California Labor Code Section 515.6
(a) Section 510 shall not apply to any employee who is a licensed physician or surgeon, who is primarily engaged in duties that require licensure...
California Labor Code Section 515.8
(a) Section 510 does not apply to an individual employed as a teacher at a private elementary or secondary academic institution in which pupils are...
California Labor Code Section 516
Except as provided in Section 512, the Industrial Welfare Commission may adopt or amend working condition orders with respect to break periods, meal...
California Labor Code Section 517
(a) The Industrial Welfare Commission shall, at a public hearing to be concluded by July 1, 2000, adopt wage, hours, and working conditions orders...
California Labor Code Section 550
As used in this chapter "day's rest" applies to all situations whether the employee is engaged by the day, week, month, or year, and whether the work
California Labor Code Section 551
Every person employed in any occupation of labor is entitled to one day's rest therefrom in seven.
California Labor Code Section 552
No employer of labor shall cause his employees to work more than six days in seven.
California Labor Code Section 553
Any person who violates this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 554
(a) Sections 551 and 552 shall not apply to any cases of emergency nor to work performed in the protection of life or property from loss or...
California Labor Code Section 555
Sections 550, 551, 552 and 554 of this chapter are applicable to cities which are cities and counties and to the officers and employees thereof.
California Labor Code Section 556
Sections 551 and 552 shall not apply to any employer or employee when the total hours of employment do not exceed 30 hours in any week or six hours...
California Labor Code Section 558
(a) Any employer or other person acting on behalf of an employer who violates, or causes to be violated, a section of this chapter or any provision...
California Labor Code Section 600
As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise indicates: (a) "Railroad" means any steam railroad, electric railroad, or railway, operated...
California Labor Code Section 601
No railroad corporation or any officer, agent or representative of such corporation shall require or knowingly permit any trainman to be on duty for...
California Labor Code Section 602
Whenever any trainman has been continuously on duty for 12 hours he shall be relieved and not required or permitted again to go on duty or perform...
California Labor Code Section 603
No trainman who has been on duty 12 hours in the aggregate in any 24-hour period shall be required or permitted to continue or again go on duty...
California Labor Code Section 604
No person who by the use of the telegraph or telephone, dispatches, reports, transmits, receives or delivers orders pertaining to or affecting train...
California Labor Code Section 605
Any railroad corporation that violates any of the provisions of this chapter is liable to the state in a penalty of not less than five hundred...
California Labor Code Section 606
Any officer, agent or representative of any railroad corporation who violates any of the provisions of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor,...
California Labor Code Section 607
This chapter shall not apply in any case of casualty, unavoidable accident, or act of God; nor where the delay was the result of a cause not known...
California Labor Code Section 750
(a) Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, no employee may be employed for a period that exceeds eight hours within any 24-hour period and the
California Labor Code Section 750.5
Notwithstanding Section 750, an employee may be employed for a period that exceeds eight hours within a 24-hour period, under the circumstances...
California Labor Code Section 751
In the case of an emergency where life or property is in imminent danger, the work shift may be extended during the continuance of the emergency.
California Labor Code Section 751.5
Where emergency repairs to, or maintenance or replacement of, machinery or equipment are necessary for the continuous operation thereof, the hours...
California Labor Code Section 751.8
(a) Notwithstanding Section 750, the period of employment may exceed eight hours in any 24-hour period if the employee is paid at the overtime rate...
California Labor Code Section 752
(a) Any affected employee, or his or her representative, may file a complaint with the Labor Commissioner concerning the conduct of an election...
California Labor Code Section 752.5
The provisions of this chapter are severable. If any provision of this chapter or its application is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect...
California Labor Code Section 800
Every person operating a sawmill, shakemill, shinglemill, logging camp, planing mill, veneer mill, plywood plant or any other type of plant or mill...
California Labor Code Section 801
Any person, or agent or officer thereof who violates any provision of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of not less than...
California Labor Code Section 850
No person employed to sell at retail drugs and medicines or to compound physicians' prescriptions shall perform any work in any store, dispensary,...
California Labor Code Section 851
No person employing another person to sell at retail drugs and medicines or to compound physicians' prescriptions shall require or permit such...
California Labor Code Section 851.5
Except on Sundays and holidays, and except for a period of time for meals, not to exceed one hour in length, the hours of work permitted per day by...
California Labor Code Section 852
The employer shall apportion the periods of rest to be taken by an employee so that the employee will have one complete day of rest during each week.
California Labor Code Section 853
Any person who violates any provision of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than forty dollars ($40) nor more...
California Labor Code Section 854
The provisions of this chapter shall not apply in any case of emergency. The word "emergency" shall be construed as being accident, death, sickness...
California Labor Code Section 855
The provisions of this chapter are enacted as a measure for the protection of the public health.
California Labor Code Section 856
The Labor Commissioner shall enforce this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 920
As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise indicates, "promise" includes promise, undertaking, contract, or agreement, whether written or...
California Labor Code Section 921
Every promise made after August 21, 1933, between any employee or prospective employee and his employer, prospective employer or any other person is...
California Labor Code Section 922
Any person or agent or officer thereof who coerces or compels any person to enter into an agreement, written or verbal, not to join or become a...
California Labor Code Section 923
In the interpretation and application of this chapter, the public policy of this State is declared as follows: Negotiation of terms and conditions
California Labor Code Section 970
No person, or agent or officer thereof, directly or indirectly, shall influence, persuade, or engage any person to change from one place to another...
California Labor Code Section 971
Any person, or agent or officer thereof, who violates Section 970 is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than fifty dollars...
California Labor Code Section 972
In addition to such criminal penalty, any person, or agent or officer thereof who violates any provision of Section 970 is liable to the party...
California Labor Code Section 973
If any person advertises for, or seeks employees by means of newspapers, posters, letters, or otherwise, or solicits or communicates by letter or...
California Labor Code Section 974
Any person, or agent or officer thereof, who violates Section 973 is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 976
No person shall publish or cause to be published any advertisement, solicitation or communication in any newspaper, poster or letter, offering...
California Labor Code Section 977
Any person, or agent or officer thereof, who violates Section 976 is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 1010
As used in this chapter "label" includes label, imprint, trade-mark, tag, stamp, inscription, or other device.
California Labor Code Section 1011
A person engaged in the production, manufacture, or sale of any article of merchandise in this state, shall not, by any label placed or impressed...
California Labor Code Section 1012
Any person engaged in the production, manufacture, or sale of any article of merchandise in this state, or any person engaged in the performance of...
California Labor Code Section 1013
As used in this chapter "forge" means forge, reproduce, copy, imitate, or counterfeit.
California Labor Code Section 1014
Any trade union, labor association, or labor organization, organized and existing in this State, which has adopted and registered a label or...
California Labor Code Section 1015
Any person who, without having an unrevoked written authority from such trade union, labor association or labor organization, willfully forges or...
California Labor Code Section 1016
Any person who willfully uses or displays the genuine label, trademark, insignia, seal, device, or form of advertisement of any association or labor...
California Labor Code Section 1017
Any person who wilfully uses the card of any labor union to obtain aid, assistance, or employment, unless entitled to use such card under the rules...
California Labor Code Section 1018
Any person who willfully wears the button of any labor union of this state, unless entitled to wear the button under the rules of such union, is...
California Labor Code Section 1020
It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this chapter to establish a citation system for the imposition of prompt and effective civil...
California Labor Code Section 1021
Any person who does not hold a valid state contractor's license issued pursuant to Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 7000) of Division 3 of the...
California Labor Code Section 1021.5
Any person who holds a valid state contractor's license issued pursuant to Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 7000) of Division 3 of the Business and
California Labor Code Section 1022
If upon inspection or investigation the Labor Commissioner determines that any person is employing workers in violation of Section 1021 or 1021.5, he
California Labor Code Section 1023
(a) If a person desires to contest a citation or the proposed assessment of a civil penalty therefor, he or she shall within 15 business days after...
California Labor Code Section 1024
All civil penalties collected pursuant to this chapter shall be deposited in the Industrial Relations Construction Industry Enforcement Fund, which...
California Labor Code Section 1025
Every private employer regularly employing 25 or more employees shall reasonably accommodate any employee who wishes to voluntarily enter and...
California Labor Code Section 1026
The employer shall make reasonable efforts to safeguard the privacy of the employee as to the fact that he or she has enrolled in an alcohol or drug...
California Labor Code Section 1027
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require an employer to provide time off with pay, except that an employee may use sick leave to which...
California Labor Code Section 1028
An employee may file a complaint with the Labor Commissioner if he or she believes that he or she has been denied reasonable accommodation as...
California Labor Code Section 1030
Every employer, including the state and any political subdivision, shall provide a reasonable amount of break time to accommodate an employee...
California Labor Code Section 1031
The employer shall make reasonable efforts to provide the employee with the use of a room or other location, other than a toilet stall, in close...
California Labor Code Section 1032
An employer is not required to provide break time under this chapter if to do so would seriously disrupt the operations of the employer.
California Labor Code Section 1033
(a) An employer who violates any provision of this chapter shall be subject to a civil penalty in the amount of one hundred dollars ($100) for each...
California Labor Code Section 1040
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Employee Literacy Education Assistance Act.
California Labor Code Section 1041
(a) Every private employer regularly employing 25 or more employees shall reasonably accommodate and assist any employee who reveals a problem of...
California Labor Code Section 1042
The employer shall make reasonable efforts to safeguard the privacy of the employee as to the fact that he or she has a problem with illiteracy.
California Labor Code Section 1043
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require an employer to provide time off with pay for an employee to enroll and participate in an adult...
California Labor Code Section 1044
An employee who reveals a problem of illiteracy and who satisfactorily performs his or her work shall not be subject to termination of employment...
California Labor Code Section 1050
Any person, or agent or officer thereof, who, after having discharged an employee from the service of such person or after an employee has...
California Labor Code Section 1051
Except as provided in Section 1057, any person or agent or officer thereof, who requires, as a condition precedent to securing or retaining...
California Labor Code Section 1052
Any person who knowingly causes, suffers, or permits an agent, superintendent, manager, or employee in his employ to commit a violation of sections...
California Labor Code Section 1053
Nothing in this chapter shall prevent an employer or an agent, employee, superintendent or manager thereof from furnishing, upon special request...
California Labor Code Section 1054
In addition to and apart from the criminal penalty provided any person or agent or officer thereof, who violates any provision of sections 1050 to...
California Labor Code Section 1055
Every public utility corporation shall, upon request by any employee leaving its service, give to such employee a letter stating the period of...
California Labor Code Section 1056
Every public utility corporation violating Section 1055 is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than fifty dollars ($50) nor more
California Labor Code Section 1057
Section 1051 shall not apply to any employee of a diversified or nondiversified management company, as defined in Section 80a-5 of Title 15 of the...
California Labor Code Section 1060
The following definitions shall apply throughout this chapter: (a) "Awarding authority" means any person that awards or otherwise enters into...
California Labor Code Section 1061
(a) (1) If an awarding authority notifies a contractor that the service contract between the awarding authority and the contractor has been...
California Labor Code Section 1062
(a) An employee, who was not offered employment or who has been discharged in violation of this chapter by a successor contractor or successor...
California Labor Code Section 1063
(a) This chapter only applies to contracts entered into on or after January 1, 2002. (b) Except for the obligations specified in subdivisions (a)...
California Labor Code Section 1064
Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit a local government agency from enacting ordinances relating to displaced janitors that impose greater...
California Labor Code Section 1065
If any provision or provisions of this chapter or any application thereof is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect any other provisions or...
California Labor Code Section 1070
The Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (a) That when public transit agencies award contracts to operate bus and rail services to
California Labor Code Section 1071
The following definitions apply throughout this chapter: (a) "Awarding authority" means any local government agency, including any city, county,...
California Labor Code Section 1072
(a) A bidder shall declare as part of the bid for a service contract whether or not he or she will retain the employees of the prior contractor or...
California Labor Code Section 1073
(a) An employee who was not offered employment or who has been discharged in violation of this chapter, or his or her agent, may bring an action...
California Labor Code Section 1074
(a) Upon its own motion or upon the request of any member of the public, an awarding authority may terminate any service contract made pursuant to...
California Labor Code Section 1101
No employer shall make, adopt, or enforce any rule, regulation, or policy: (a) Forbidding or preventing employees from engaging or participating...
California Labor Code Section 1102
No employer shall coerce or influence or attempt to coerce or influence his employees through or by means of threat of discharge or loss of...
California Labor Code Section 1102.5
(a) An employer may not make, adopt, or enforce any rule, regulation, or policy preventing an employee from disclosing information to a government or
California Labor Code Section 1102.6
In a civil action or administrative proceeding brought pursuant to Section 1102.5, once it has been demonstrated by a preponderance of the evidence...
California Labor Code Section 1102.7
(a) The office of the Attorney General shall maintain a whistleblower hotline to receive calls from persons who have information regarding possible...
California Labor Code Section 1102.8
(a) An employer shall prominently display in lettering larger than size 14 point type a list of employees' rights and responsibilities under the...
California Labor Code Section 1103
Any employer who violates this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable, in the case of an individual, by imprisonment in the county jail not to
California Labor Code Section 1104
In all prosecutions under this chapter, the employer is responsible for the acts of his managers, officers, agents, and employees.
California Labor Code Section 1105
Nothing in this chapter shall prevent the injured employee from recovering damages from his employer for injury suffered through a violation of this...
California Labor Code Section 1106
For purposes of Sections 1102.5, 1102.6, 1102.7, 1102.8, 1104, and 1105, "employee" includes, but is not limited to, any individual employed by the...
California Labor Code Section 1110
No agreement, combination, or contract, by or between two or more persons to do or procure to be done, or not to do or procure not to be done, any...
California Labor Code Section 1115
A jurisdictional strike as herein defined is hereby declared to be against the public policy of the State of California and is hereby declared to be...
California Labor Code Section 1116
Any person injured or threatened with injury by violation of any of the provisions hereof shall be entitled to injunctive relief therefrom in a...
California Labor Code Section 1117
As used herein, "labor organization" means any organization or any agency or employee representation committee or any local unit thereof in which...
California Labor Code Section 1118
As used in this chapter, "jurisdictional strike" means a concerted refusal to perform work for an employer or any other concerted interference with...
California Labor Code Section 1119
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to interfere with collective bargaining subject to the prohibitions herein set forth, nor to prohibit any...
California Labor Code Section 1120
If any provision of this chapter or the application of such provision to any person or circumstance shall be held invalid, the remainder of this...
California Labor Code Section 1122
Any person who organizes an employee group which is financed in whole or in part, interfered with or dominated or controlled by the employer or any...
California Labor Code Section 1126
Any collective bargaining agreement between an employer and a labor organization shall be enforceable at law or in equity, and a breach of such...
California Labor Code Section 1127
(a) Where a collective bargaining agreement between an employer and a labor organization contains a successor clause, such clause shall be binding...
California Labor Code Section 1128
(a) Where a party to a collective bargaining agreement prevails in a court action to compel arbitration of disputes concerning the collective...
California Labor Code Section 1130
The Legislature hereby makes the following findings and declarations: Relations between organized labor and management in this state have for many
California Labor Code Section 1132
Unless provided otherwise, the definitions in this article govern the construction of this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 1132.2
"Employer" means a person, partnership, firm, corporation, association, or other entity, which employs any person or persons to perform services for...
California Labor Code Section 1132.4
"Employee" means any person who performs services for wages or salary under a contract of employment, express or implied, for an employer.
California Labor Code Section 1132.6
"Strike" means any concerted act of more than 50 percent of the bargaining unit employees in a lawful refusal of such employees under applicable...
California Labor Code Section 1132.8
"Lockout" means any refusal by an employer to permit any group of five or more employees to work as a result of a dispute with such employees...
California Labor Code Section 1133
"Professional strikebreaker" means any person other than supervisorial personnel who have been in the employ of the employer before the commencement...
California Labor Code Section 1134
It shall be unlawful for any employer willingly and knowingly to utilize any professional strikebreaker to replace an employee or employees involved...
California Labor Code Section 1134.2
It shall be unlawful for any professional strikebreaker willingly and knowingly to offer himself for employment or to replace an employee or...
California Labor Code Section 1136
Any person, partnership, firm, corporation, association or other entity, or officer or agent thereof, who shall violate any of the provisions of this
California Labor Code Section 1136.2
If any part of the provisions of this chapter, or the application thereof, to any person or circumstance is held invalid in the final judgment of a...
California Labor Code Section 1137
The definitions set forth in this section shall govern the construction and meaning of the terms used in this chapter: (a) "Local agency" means...
California Labor Code Section 1137.1
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the following provisions shall govern disputes between exclusive bargaining representatives of public...
California Labor Code Section 1137.2
(a) Whenever in the opinion of the Governor, a threatened or actual strike or lockout will, if permitted to occur or continue, significantly disrupt...
California Labor Code Section 1137.3
The board of investigation shall be composed of no more than five members, one of whom shall be designated by the Governor as chairperson. Members...
California Labor Code Section 1137.4
Upon receiving a report from a board of investigation, the Governor may request the Attorney General to, and he or she shall, petition any court of...
California Labor Code Section 1137.5
If the charter or establishing legislation of the local agency establishes a time period for the negotiating or meeting and conferring process which...
California Labor Code Section 1137.6
Except as expressly provided by subdivision (b) of Section 1137.2 and Section 1137.4, nothing in this chapter shall be construed to grant or deprive...
California Labor Code Section 1138
No officer or member of any association or organization, and no association or organization, participating or interested in a labor dispute, shall be
California Labor Code Section 1138.1
(a) No court of this state shall have authority to issue a temporary or permanent injunction in any case involving or growing out of a labor dispute,
California Labor Code Section 1138.2
No restraining order or injunctive relief shall be granted to any complainant involved in the labor dispute in question who has failed to comply with
California Labor Code Section 1138.3
No restraining order or temporary or permanent injunction shall be granted in a case involving or growing out of a labor dispute, except on the basis
California Labor Code Section 1138.4
The term "labor dispute" as used in this chapter has the same meaning as set forth in clauses (i), (ii), and (iii) of paragraph (4) of subdivision...
California Labor Code Section 1138.5
Sections 1138.1, 1138.2, and 1138.3 shall not apply to any peace officer as defined in Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 830) of Title 3 of Part 2
California Labor Code Section 1140
This part shall be known and may be referred to as the Alatorre-Zenovich-Dunlap-Berman Agricultural Labor Relations Act of 1975.
California Labor Code Section 1140.2
It is hereby stated to be the policy of the State of California to encourage and protect the right of agricultural employees to full freedom of...
California Labor Code Section 1140.4
As used in this part: (a) The term "agriculture" includes farming in all its branches, and, among other things, includes the cultivation and...
California Labor Code Section 1141
(a) There is hereby created in the Labor and Workforce Development Agency the Agricultural Labor Relations Board, which shall consist of five...
California Labor Code Section 1142
(a) The principal office of the board shall be in Sacramento, but it may meet and exercise any or all of its power at any other place in California.
California Labor Code Section 1142.5
(a) The board shall maintain, at its principal office, a telephone line 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for the purpose of providing interested...
California Labor Code Section 1143
The board shall, at the close of each fiscal year, make a report in writing to the Legislature and to the Governor stating in detail the cases it has
California Labor Code Section 1144
The board may from time to time make, amend, and rescind, in the manner prescribed in Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of...
California Labor Code Section 1144.5
(a) Notwithstanding Section 11425.10 of the Government Code, Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 11400) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the...
California Labor Code Section 1145
The board may appoint an executive secretary and such attorneys, hearing officers, administrative law officers, and other employees as it may from...
California Labor Code Section 1146
The board is authorized to delegate to any group of three or more board members any or all the powers which it may itself exercise. A vacancy in the
California Labor Code Section 1147
Each member of the board shall receive the salary provided for by Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 11550) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the
California Labor Code Section 1148
The board shall follow applicable precedents of the National Labor Relations Act, as amended.
California Labor Code Section 1149
There shall be a general counsel of the board who shall be appointed by the Governor, subject to confirmation by a majority of the Senate, for a term
California Labor Code Section 1150
Each member of the board and the general counsel of the board shall be eligible for reappointment, and shall not engage in any other business,...
California Labor Code Section 1151
For the purpose of all hearings and investigations, which, in the opinion of the board, are necessary and proper for the exercise of the powers...
California Labor Code Section 1151.2
(a) No person shall be excused from attending and testifying, or from producing books, records, correspondence, documents, or other evidence in...
California Labor Code Section 1151.3
Any party shall have the right to appear at any hearing in person, by counsel, or by other representative.
California Labor Code Section 1151.4
(a) Complaints, orders, and other process and papers of the board, its members, agents, or agency, may be served either personally or by registered...
California Labor Code Section 1151.5
The several departments and agencies of the state upon request by the board, shall furnish the board all records, papers, and information in their...
California Labor Code Section 1151.6
Any person who shall willfully resist, prevent, impede, or interfere with any member of the board or any of its agents or agencies in the performance
California Labor Code Section 1152
Employees shall have the right to self-organization, to form, join, or assist labor organizations, to bargain collectively through representatives of
California Labor Code Section 1153
It shall be an unfair labor practice for an agricultural employer to do any of the following: (a) To interfere with, restrain, or coerce...
California Labor Code Section 1154
It shall be an unfair labor practice for a labor organization or its agents to do any of the following: (a) To restrain or coerce: (1)...
California Labor Code Section 1154.5
It shall be an unfair labor practice for any labor organization which represents the employees of the employer and such employer to enter into any...
California Labor Code Section 1154.6
It shall be an unfair labor practice for an employer or labor organization, or their agents, willfully to arrange for persons to become employees for
California Labor Code Section 1155
The expressing of any views, arguments, or opinions, or the dissemination thereof, whether in written, printed, graphic, or visual form, shall not...
California Labor Code Section 1155.2
(a) For purposes of this part, to bargain collectively in good faith is the performance of the mutual obligation of the agricultural employer and the
California Labor Code Section 1155.3
(a) Where there is in effect a collective-bargaining contract covering agricultural employees, the duty to bargain collectively shall also mean that...
California Labor Code Section 1155.4
It shall be unlawful for any agricultural employer or association of agricultural employers, or any person who acts as a labor relations expert,...
California Labor Code Section 1155.5
It shall be unlawful for any person to request, demand, receive, or accept, or agree to receive or accept, any payment, loan, or delivery of any...
California Labor Code Section 1155.6
Nothing in Section 1155.4 or 1155.5 shall apply to any matter set forth in subsection (c) of Section 186 of Title 29 of the United States Code.
California Labor Code Section 1155.7
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to apply or be applicable to any labor organization in its representation of workers who are not...
California Labor Code Section 1156
Representatives designated or selected by a secret ballot for the purposes of collective bargaining by the majority of the agricultural employees in...
California Labor Code Section 1156.2
The bargaining unit shall be all the agricultural employees of an employer. If the agricultural employees of the employer are employed in two or...
California Labor Code Section 1156.3
(a) A petition that is either signed by, or accompanied by authorization cards signed by, a majority of the currently employed employees in the...
California Labor Code Section 1156.4
Recognizing that agriculture is a seasonal occupation for a majority of agricultural employees, and wishing to provide the fullest scope for...
California Labor Code Section 1156.5
The board shall not direct an election in any bargaining unit where a valid election has been held in the immediately preceding 12-month period.
California Labor Code Section 1156.6
The board shall not direct an election in any bargaining unit which is represented by a labor organization that has been certified within the...
California Labor Code Section 1156.7
(a) No collective-bargaining agreement executed prior to the effective date of this chapter shall bar a petition for an election. (b) A...
California Labor Code Section 1157
All agricultural employees of the employer whose names appear on the payroll applicable to the payroll period immediately preceding the filing of the
California Labor Code Section 1157.2
In any election where none of the choices on the ballot receives a majority, a runoff shall be conducted, the ballot providing for a selection...
California Labor Code Section 1157.3
Employers shall maintain accurate and current payroll lists containing the names and addresses of all their employees, and shall make such lists...
California Labor Code Section 1158
Whenever an order of the board made pursuant to Section 1160.3 is based in whole or in part upon the facts certified following an investigation...
California Labor Code Section 1159
In order to assure the full freedom of association, self-organization, and designation of representatives of the employees own choosing, only labor...
California Labor Code Section 1160
The board is empowered, as provided in this chapter, to prevent any person from engaging in any unfair labor practice, as set forth in Chapter 4...
California Labor Code Section 1160.2
Whenever it is charged that any person has engaged in or is engaging in any such unfair labor practice, the board, or any agent or agency designated...
California Labor Code Section 1160.3
The testimony taken by such member, agent, or agency, or the board in such hearing shall be reduced to writing and filed with the board. Thereafter,
California Labor Code Section 1160.4
The board shall have power, upon issuance of a complaint as provided in Section 1160.2 charging that any person has engaged in or is engaging in an...
California Labor Code Section 1160.5
Whenever it is charged that any person has engaged in an unfair labor practice within the meaning of paragraph (4) of subdivision (d) of Section...
California Labor Code Section 1160.6
Whenever it is charged that any person has engaged in an unfair labor practice within the meaning of paragraph (1), (2), or (3) of subdivision (d),...
California Labor Code Section 1160.7
Whenever it is charged that any person has engaged in an unfair labor practice within the meaning of subdivision (c) of Section 1153 or subdivision...
California Labor Code Section 1160.8
Any person aggrieved by the final order of the board granting or denying in whole or in part the relief sought may obtain a review of such order in...
California Labor Code Section 1160.9
The procedures set forth in this chapter shall be the exclusive method of redressing unfair labor practices.
California Labor Code Section 1161
(a) The Agricultural Employee Relief Fund is hereby created as a special fund in the State Treasury and is continuously appropriated to the...
California Labor Code Section 1164
(a) An agricultural employer or a labor organization certified as the exclusive bargaining agent of a bargaining unit of agricultural employees may...
California Labor Code Section 1164.3
(a) Either party, within seven days of the filing of the report by the mediator, may petition the board for review of the report. The petitioning...
California Labor Code Section 1164.5
(a) Within 30 days after the order of the board takes effect, a party may petition for a writ of review in the court of appeal or the California...
California Labor Code Section 1164.7
(a) The board and each party to the action or proceeding before the mediator may appear in the review proceeding. Upon the hearing, the court of...
California Labor Code Section 1164.9
No court of this state, except the court of appeal or the Supreme Court, to the extent specified in this article, shall have jurisdiction to review,...
California Labor Code Section 1164.11
A demand made pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 1164 may be made only in cases which meet all of the following criteria: (a)...
California Labor Code Section 1164.12
To ensure an orderly implementation of the mediation process ordered by this chapter, a party may not file a total of more than 75 declarations with...
California Labor Code Section 1164.13
The provisions of this chapter are severable. If any provision of this chapter or its application is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect...
California Labor Code Section 1165
(a) Suits for violation of contracts between an agricultural employer and an agricultural labor organization representing agricultural employees, as...
California Labor Code Section 1165.2
For the purpose of this part, the superior court shall have jurisdiction over a labor organization in this state if such organization maintains its...
California Labor Code Section 1165.3
The service of summons, subpoena, or other legal process of any superior court upon an officer or agent of a labor organization, in his capacity as...
California Labor Code Section 1165.4
For the purpose of this part, in determining whether any person is acting as an agent of another person so as to make such other person responsible...
California Labor Code Section 1164.9
No court of this state, except the court of appeal or the Supreme Court, to the extent specified in this article, shall have jurisdiction to review,...
California Labor Code Section 1164.11
A demand made pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 1164 may be made only in cases which meet all of the following criteria: (a)...
California Labor Code Section 1164.12
To ensure an orderly implementation of the mediation process ordered by this chapter, a party may not file a total of more than 75 declarations with...
California Labor Code Section 1164.13
The provisions of this chapter are severable. If any provision of this chapter or its application is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect...
California Labor Code Section 1166
Nothing in this part, except as specifically provided for herein, shall be construed so as either to interfere with or impede or diminish in any way...
California Labor Code Section 1166.2
Nothing in this part shall prohibit any individual employed as a supervisor from becoming or remaining a member of a labor organization, but no...
California Labor Code Section 1166.3
(a) If any provision of this part, or the application of such provision to any person or circumstances, shall be held invalid, the remainder of this...
California Labor Code Section 1171
The provisions of this chapter shall apply to and include men, women and minors employed in any occupation, trade, or industry, whether compensation...
California Labor Code Section 1171.5
The Legislature finds and declares the following: (a) All protections, rights, and remedies available under state law, except any reinstatement...
California Labor Code Section 1173
It is the continuing duty of the Industrial Welfare Commission, hereinafter referred to in this chapter as the commission, to ascertain the wages...
California Labor Code Section 1174
Every person employing labor in this state shall: (a) Furnish to the commission, at its request, reports or information that the commission...
California Labor Code Section 1174.5
Any person employing labor who willfully fails to maintain the records required by subdivision (c) of Section 1174 or accurate and complete records...
California Labor Code Section 1175
Any person, or officer or agent thereof, is guilty of a misdemeanor who: (a) Neglects or refuses to furnish the information requested under the...
California Labor Code Section 1176
The commission or any members thereof may subpena witnesses and administer oaths. All witnesses subpenaed by the commission shall be paid the fees...
California Labor Code Section 1176.1
Any interested party may petition the commission requesting the adoption, amendment, or repeal of a regulation. The petition shall state clearly and
California Labor Code Section 1176.3
(a) Within 120 days of the receipt of a petition requesting the adoption, amendment, or repeal of a regulation, the commission shall notify the...
California Labor Code Section 1177
(a) The commission may make and enforce rules of practice and procedure and shall not be bound by the rules of evidence. Each order of the...
California Labor Code Section 1178
If after investigation the commission finds that in any occupation, trade, or industry, the wages paid to employees may be inadequate to supply the...
California Labor Code Section 1178.5
(a) If the commission finds that wages paid to employees may be inadequate to supply the cost of proper living, it shall select one wage board...
California Labor Code Section 1179
The members of the wage board shall be allowed fifty dollars ($50) per diem and necessary traveling expenses while engaged in such conferences. The...
California Labor Code Section 1180
The proceedings and deliberations of the wage board shall be made a matter of record for the use of the commission, and shall be admissible as...
California Labor Code Section 1181
Upon the fixing of the time and place for the holding of a hearing for the purpose of considering and acting upon the proposed regulations or any...
California Labor Code Section 1182
(a) After receipt of the wage board report and the public hearings on the proposed regulations, the commission may, upon its own motion, amend or...
California Labor Code Section 1182.1
Any action taken by the commission pursuant to Sections 517 and 1182 shall be published in at least one newspaper in each of the Cities of Los...
California Labor Code Section 1182.4
(a) No student employee, camp counselor, or program counselor of an organized camp shall be subject to a minimum wage or maximum hour order of the...
California Labor Code Section 1182.5
(a) The Legislature finds that the time permitted the Industrial Welfare Commission to consider daily overtime compensation petitions that are to be...
California Labor Code Section 1182.6
(a) No employer who continuously operates a manufacturing facility 24 hours a day for seven days a week, and who has had in operation an established...
California Labor Code Section 1182.7
(a) The Legislature finds that the time permitted the Industrial Welfare Commission to consider petitions, including, but not limited to, daily...
California Labor Code Section 1182.8
No employer shall be in violation of any provision of any applicable order of the Industrial Welfare Commission relating to credit or charges for...
California Labor Code Section 1182.11
Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, on and after March 1, 1997, the minimum wage for all industries shall not be less than five dollars
California Labor Code Section 1182.12
Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, on and after January 1, 2007, the minimum wage for all industries shall be not less than seven...
California Labor Code Section 1182.13
(a) The Department of Industrial Relations shall adjust upwards the permissible meals and lodging credits by the same percentage as the increase in...
California Labor Code Section 1183
(a) So far as practicable, the commission, by mail, shall send a copy of the order authorized by Section 1182 to each employer in the occupation or...
California Labor Code Section 1184
Any action taken by the commission pursuant to Section 1182 shall be effective on the first day of the succeeding January or July and not less than...
California Labor Code Section 1185
The orders of the commission fixing minimum wages, maximum hours, and standard conditions of labor for all employees, when promulgated in accordance...
California Labor Code Section 1186
A person employed in the practice of pharmacy is not exempt from coverage under any provision of the orders of the Industrial Welfare Commission...
California Labor Code Section 1186.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, pharmacists engaged in the practice of pharmacy who are employed in the mercantile industry, as defined...
California Labor Code Section 1187
The findings of fact made by the commission are, in the absence of fraud, conclusive.
California Labor Code Section 1188
Any person aggrieved directly or indirectly by any final rule or regulation of the commission made under this chapter may apply to the commission for
California Labor Code Section 1190
Nothing in this chapter shall prevent a review or other action permitted by the Constitution and laws of this State by a court of competent...
California Labor Code Section 1191
For any occupation in which a minimum wage has been established, the commission may issue to an employee who is mentally or physically handicapped,...
California Labor Code Section 1191.5
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 1191, the commission may issue a special license to a nonprofit organization such as a sheltered workshop...
California Labor Code Section 1192
For any occupation in which a minimum wage has been established, the commission may issue to an apprentice or learner a special license authorizing...
California Labor Code Section 1193
The commission may fix the maximum number of employees to be employed under the licenses provided for in Sections 1191 and 1192 in any occupation,...
California Labor Code Section 1193.5
The provisions of this chapter shall be administered and enforced by the division. Any authorized representative of the division shall have...
California Labor Code Section 1193.6
(a) The department or division may, with or without the consent of the employee or employees affected, commence and prosecute a civil action to...
California Labor Code Section 1194
(a) Notwithstanding any agreement to work for a lesser wage, any employee receiving less than the legal minimum wage or the legal overtime...
California Labor Code Section 1194.2
(a) In any action under Section 1193.6 or Section 1194 to recover wages because of the payment of a wage less than the minimum wage fixed by an order
California Labor Code Section 1194.5
In any case in which a person employing an employee has willfully violated any of the laws, regulations, or orders governing the wages, hours of...
California Labor Code Section 1195
Any person may register with the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement a complaint that the wage paid to an employee for whom a minimum wage has...
California Labor Code Section 1195.5
The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall determine, upon request, whether the wages of employees, which exceed the minimum wages fixed by...
California Labor Code Section 1197
The minimum wage for employees fixed by the commission is the minimum wage to be paid to employees, and the payment of a less wage than the minimum...
California Labor Code Section 1197.1
(a) Any employer or other person acting either individually or as an officer, agent, or employee of another person, who pays or causes to be paid to...
California Labor Code Section 1197.5
(a) No employer shall pay any individual in the employer's employ at wage rates less than the rates paid to employees of the opposite sex in the same
California Labor Code Section 1198
The maximum hours of work and the standard conditions of labor fixed by the commission shall be the maximum hours of work and the standard conditions
California Labor Code Section 1198.3
(a) The Chief of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement may, when in his or her judgment hardship will result, exempt any employer or employees...
California Labor Code Section 1198.4
Upon request, the Chief of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall make available to the public any enforcement policy statements or...
California Labor Code Section 1198.5
(a) Every employee has the right to inspect the personnel records that the employer maintains relating to the employee's performance or to any...
California Labor Code Section 1199
Every employer or other person acting either individually or as an officer, agent, or employee of another person is guilty of a misdemeanor and is...
California Labor Code Section 1199.5
Every employer or other person acting either individually or as an officer, agent, or employee of another person is guilty of a misdemeanor and is...
California Labor Code Section 1200
In every prosecution for violation of any provision of this chapter, the minimum wage, the maximum hours of work, and the standard conditions of...
California Labor Code Section 1201
The commission shall not act as a board of arbitration during a strike or lockout.
California Labor Code Section 1202
Upon the request of the commission, the Division of Labor Statistics and Research shall cause such statistics and other data and information to be...
California Labor Code Section 1203
The commission may publish and distribute from time to time reports and bulletins covering its operations and proceedings under this chapter and such
California Labor Code Section 1204
No order made by the commission under the provisions of Sections 1182 or 1184 of this chapter shall be effective unless and until compliance is had...
California Labor Code Section 1205
(a) As used in this section: (1) "Local jurisdiction" means any city, county, district, or agency, or any subdivision or combination thereof. ...
California Labor Code Section 1285
It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting Sections 1286 to 1289, inclusive, to establish a citation system for the imposition of prompt and...
California Labor Code Section 1286
As used in this article: (a) "Director" means the Director of Industrial Relations or his or her designee. (b) "Department" means the...
California Labor Code Section 1287
If upon inspection or investigation the director determines that a person is in violation of any statutory provision or rule or regulation relating...
California Labor Code Section 1288
Citations issued pursuant to this article shall be classified according to the nature of the violation, and shall indicate the classification on the...
California Labor Code Section 1289
(a) If a person desires to contest a citation or the proposed assessment of a civil penalty therefor, he or she shall within 15 business days after...
California Labor Code Section 1290
No minor under the age of 16 years shall be employed, permitted, or suffered to work in or in connection with any manufacturing establishment or...
California Labor Code Section 1291
Work is done for a manufacturing establishment within the meaning of this article whenever it is done at any place upon the work of a manufacturing...
California Labor Code Section 1292
No minor under the age of sixteen years shall be employed or permitted to work in any capacity in: (a) Adjusting any belt to any machinery. (b)
California Labor Code Section 1293
No minor under the age of sixteen years shall be employed, or permitted, to work in any capacity in operating or assisting in operating any of the...
California Labor Code Section 1293.1
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (c) of Section 1394, no minor under the age of 12 years may be employed or permitted to work, or accompany or...
California Labor Code Section 1294
No minor under the age of 16 years shall be employed or permitted to work in any capacity: (a) Upon any railroad, whether steam, electric, or...
California Labor Code Section 1294.1
(a) No minor under the age of 16 years shall be employed or permitted to work in either of the following: (1) Any occupation declared particularly
California Labor Code Section 1294.3
Minors 14 and 15 years of age may be employed in occupations not otherwise prohibited by this chapter, including, but not limited to, the following:
California Labor Code Section 1294.4
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to prohibit a minor engaged in the delivery of newspapers to consumers from making deliveries by foot,...
California Labor Code Section 1294.5
(a) Minors 16 and 17 years of age may work in gas service stations in the following activities: (1) Dispensing gas or oil. (2) Courtesy...
California Labor Code Section 1295
(a) Sections 1292, 1293, 1294, and 1294.5 shall not apply to any of the following: (1) Courses of training in vocational or manual training...
California Labor Code Section 1295.5
(a) Notwithstanding Section 1391 of this code or Section 49116 of the Education Code, minors 14 years of age and older may be employed during the...
California Labor Code Section 1296
The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement may, after a hearing, determine whether any particular trade, process of manufacture, or occupation, in...
California Labor Code Section 1297
No minor under the age of 16 years shall be employed or permitted to work as a messenger for any telegraph, telephone, or messenger company, or for...
California Labor Code Section 1298
(a) Notwithstanding Section 1308.1, no minor under 12 years of age shall be employed or permitted to work at any time in or in connection with the...
California Labor Code Section 1299
Every person, or agent or officer thereof, employing minors, either directly or indirectly through third persons, shall keep on file all permits and...
California Labor Code Section 1300
All certificates and permits to work or to employ shall be subject to cancellation at any time by the Labor Commissioner or by the issuing authority,
California Labor Code Section 1301
(a) The provisions of this article concerning the employment of minors, and the civil penalties for violations of those provisions, shall be fully...
California Labor Code Section 1302
The attendance supervisor, who is a full-time attendance supervisor performing no other duties, of any county, city and county, or school district in
California Labor Code Section 1303
Any person, or agent or officer thereof, employing either directly or indirectly through third persons, or any parent or guardian of a minor affected
California Labor Code Section 1304
Failure to produce any permit or certificate either to work or to employ is prima facie evidence of the illegal employment of any minor whose permit...
California Labor Code Section 1305
(a) All fines and penalties collected under this article, other than as the result of a judicial proceeding to enforce collection, shall be paid to...
California Labor Code Section 1307
All minors coming within the provisions of Division 9 (commencing with Section 10501) of the Education Code shall be placed or delivered into the...
California Labor Code Section 1308
(a) Any person is guilty of a misdemeanor and is punishable by a fine of not less than one thousand dollars ($1,000) and not more than five thousand...
California Labor Code Section 1308.1
(a) No minor under the age of 6 years shall be permitted to engage in the door-to-door sales or street sales of candy, cookies, flowers, or any...
California Labor Code Section 1308.2
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (f), any person 18 years of age or older who transports, or provides direction or supervision during...
California Labor Code Section 1308.3
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (g), any individual, association, corporation, or other entity that employs or uses, either directly or...
California Labor Code Section 1308.4
The Labor Commissioner may revoke, suspend, or refuse to renew any registration under Section 1308.2 or 1308.3 when any of the following have...
California Labor Code Section 1308.5
(a) This section, with the exception of paragraph (4) of this subdivision, shall apply to all minors under the age of 16 years. The written consent...
California Labor Code Section 1308.6
No consent shall be given at any time unless the officer giving it is satisfied that all of the following conditions are met: (a) The environment
California Labor Code Section 1308.7
(a) No minor shall be employed in the entertainment industry more than eight hours in one day of 24 hours, or more than 48 hours in one week, or...
California Labor Code Section 1308.8
(a) No infant under the age of one month may be employed on any motion picture set or location unless a licensed physician and surgeon who is...
California Labor Code Section 1308.9
(a) If the Labor Commissioner provides written consent pursuant to Section 1308.5 for the employment of a minor under a contract described in Section
California Labor Code Section 1309
Every person who takes, receives, hires, employs, uses, exhibits, or has in custody, for any of the purposes mentioned in Section 1308, any minor...
California Labor Code Section 1309.5
(a) Every person who, with knowledge that a person is a minor under 18 years of age, or who, while in possession of these facts that he or she should
California Labor Code Section 1309.6
(a) Any person who violates any provision of Section 1309.5 shall be liable for a civil penalty not to exceed seven thousand five hundred dollars...
California Labor Code Section 1310
Nothing in this article or Article 2 (commencing with Section 1390) of Chapter 3 shall prohibit or prevent: (a) The appearance of any minor in any
California Labor Code Section 1311
The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall enforce this article.
California Labor Code Section 1312
Nothing in this article shall limit the authority of the Attorney General or the district attorney of any county, either upon their own complaint or...
California Labor Code Section 1390
As used in this article, unless the context otherwise indicates: (a) "Horticultural" includes the curing and drying but not the canning of all...
California Labor Code Section 1391
(a) Except as provided in Sections 1297, 1298, and 1308.7: (1) No employer shall employ a minor 15 years of age or younger for more than eight...
California Labor Code Section 1391.1
Minors 16 years of age or older and under the age of 18 years enrolled in work experience or cooperative vocational education programs approved by...
California Labor Code Section 1391.2
(a) Notwithstanding Sections 1391 and 1391.1, any minor under 18 years of age who has been graduated from a high school maintaining a four-year...
California Labor Code Section 1392
Every person who has a minor under his or her control, as a ward or an apprentice, and who, except in household occupations, requires the minor to...
California Labor Code Section 1393
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this article and Article 2 (commencing with Section 49110) of Chapter 7 of Part 27 of Division 4 of Title...
California Labor Code Section 1393.5
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this article or Article 2 (commencing with Section 49110) of Chapter 7 of Part 27 of the Education Code,...
California Labor Code Section 1394
Nothing in this article or Article 2 (commencing with Section 1285) of Chapter 2 shall prohibit or prevent either of the following: (a) The...
California Labor Code Section 1398
The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall enforce the provisions of this article.
California Labor Code Section 1399
Nothing in this article shall limit the authority of the Attorney General or the district attorney of any county, either upon their own complaint or...
California Labor Code Section 1400
The definitions set forth in this section shall govern the construction and meaning of the terms used in this chapter: (a) "Covered establishment"
California Labor Code Section 1401
(a) An employer may not order a mass layoff, relocation, or termination at a covered establishment unless, 60 days before the order takes effect, the
California Labor Code Section 1402
(a) An employer who fails to give notice as required by paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 1401 before ordering a mass layoff, relocation,...
California Labor Code Section 1402.5
(a) An employer is not required to comply with the notice requirement contained in subdivision (a) of Section 1401 if the department determines that...
California Labor Code Section 1403
An employer who fails to give notice as required by paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 1401 is subject to a civil penalty of not more than...
California Labor Code Section 1404
A person, including a local government or an employee representative, seeking to establish liability against an employer may bring a civil action on...
California Labor Code Section 1405
If the court determines that an employer conducted a reasonable investigation in good faith, and had reasonable grounds to believe that its conduct...
California Labor Code Section 1406
In any investigation or proceeding under this chapter, the Labor Commissioner has, in addition to all other powers granted by law, the authority to...
California Labor Code Section 1407
(a) Payments to a person under subdivision (a) of Section 1402 by an employer who has failed to provide the advance notice of facility closure...
California Labor Code Section 1408
The provisions of this chapter are severable. If any provision of this chapter or its application is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect...
California Labor Code Section 1682
As used in this chapter: (a) "Person" includes any individual, firm, partnership, association, limited liability company, or corporation. (b)...
California Labor Code Section 1682.3
"Farm labor contractor" includes any "day hauler." "Day hauler" means any person who is employed by a farm labor contractor to transport, or who for
California Labor Code Section 1682.4
"Farm labor contractor" does not include a commercial packing house engaged in both the harvesting and the packing of citrus fruit or soft fruit for...
California Labor Code Section 1682.5
This chapter does not apply to: (a) A nonprofit corporation or organization with respect to services specified in subdivision (b) of Section 1682,
California Labor Code Section 1682.7
The Labor Commissioner shall ensure that the office maintained in Fresno has suitable facilities and sufficient personnel for the examination and...
California Labor Code Section 1682.8
The Labor Commissioner may establish and maintain a Farm Labor Contractor Special Enforcement Unit within the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement
California Labor Code Section 1683
No person shall act as a farm labor contractor until a license to do so has been issued to him by the Labor Commissioner, and unless such license is...
California Labor Code Section 1684
(a) The Labor Commissioner shall not issue to any person a license to act as a farm labor contractor, nor shall the Labor Commissioner renew that...
California Labor Code Section 1684.3
Whenever an application for a license or renewal is made, and application processing pursuant to this chapter has not been completed, the Labor...
California Labor Code Section 1684.5
The Labor Commissioner shall quarterly submit to the Department of the California Highway Patrol a list of all licensees.
California Labor Code Section 1685
No license to operate as a farm labor contractor shall be granted: (a) To any person who sells or proposes to sell intoxicating liquors in a...
California Labor Code Section 1686
The Labor Commissioner, upon proper notice and hearing, may refuse to grant a license. The proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with Chapter
California Labor Code Section 1687
(a) Each laminated license shall contain, on the face thereof, all of the following: (1) The name and address of the licensee and the fact that...
California Labor Code Section 1688
The license when first issued shall run to the next birthday of the applicant, and each license shall then be renewed within the 30 days preceding...
California Labor Code Section 1689
All applications for renewal shall state the names and addresses of all persons, except bona fide employees on stated salaries, financially...
California Labor Code Section 1690
The Labor Commissioner may revoke, suspend, or refuse to renew any license when it is shown that any of the following have occurred: (a) The...
California Labor Code Section 1690.1
If any licensee fails to remit the proper amount of worker contributions required by Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 901) of Part 1 of Division 1...
California Labor Code Section 1691
(a) If any licensee has been subject to two or more final judgments by a court for failure to pay wages due with respect to his or her agricultural...
California Labor Code Section 1692
Before revoking or suspending any license, the Labor Commissioner shall afford the holder of such license an opportunity to be heard in person or by...
California Labor Code Section 1692.5
A licensee whose license is suspended or revoked pursuant to the provisions of this chapter shall immediately surrender such license to the Labor...
California Labor Code Section 1693
The Labor Commissioner and the deputies and representatives authorized by the Labor Commissioner in writing may take assignments of actions on the...
California Labor Code Section 1694
When a licensee has departed from the State with intent to defraud creditors or to avoid service of summons in any action brought under this chapter,
California Labor Code Section 1695
(a) Every licensee shall do all of the following: (1) Carry his or her license and proof of registration issued pursuant to paragraph (8) with him
California Labor Code Section 1695.5
(a) Every farm labor contractor, upon request of any agricultural grower with whom he or she has a contract to supply farmworkers, shall immediately...
California Labor Code Section 1695.55
(a) Every person acting in the capacity of a farm labor contractor shall provide any grower with whom he or she has contracted to supply farmworkers...
California Labor Code Section 1695.6
No person shall knowingly enter into an agreement for the services of a farm labor contractor who is not licensed under this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 1695.7
(a) (1) Prior to entering into any contract or agreement to supply agricultural labor or services to a grower, a farm labor contractor shall first...
California Labor Code Section 1695.8
(a) No person whose license was suspended, revoked, or denied renewal by the Labor Commissioner shall perform any activity or service specified in...
California Labor Code Section 1695.9
Any person contracted by a farm labor contractor who is acting in the capacity of a farm labor contractor shall first provide to the farm labor...
California Labor Code Section 1696
No licensee shall: (1) Make any misrepresentation or false statement in his application for a license. (2) Make or cause to be made, to any...
California Labor Code Section 1696.2
All vehicles used by a licensee for the transportation of individuals in his operations as a farm labor contractor shall have displayed prominently...
California Labor Code Section 1696.3
Any farm labor contractor or person employed by a farm labor contractor who operates a bus or truck in the transportation of individuals in...
California Labor Code Section 1696.4
(a) All vehicles defined in Section 322 of the Vehicle Code, including those described in Section 1696.3, used by a farm labor contractor for the...
California Labor Code Section 1696.5
Every licensee shall, at the time of each payment of wages, which shall be not less often than once every week as required by Section 205 of this...
California Labor Code Section 1696.6
(a) No licensee shall recruit or solicit and transport an employee for farmwork unless he has first obtained, either orally or in writing, a bona...
California Labor Code Section 1696.8
(a) The director shall establish a Farm Labor Contractor Enforcement Unit. The unit shall develop a program to provide technical assistance to a...
California Labor Code Section 1697
(a) Any person who violates this chapter, or who causes or induces another to violate this chapter, is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine...
California Labor Code Section 1697.1
(a) No person shall make, or cause to be made, false, fraudulent, or misleading representations that employment in the growing or producing of farm...
California Labor Code Section 1697.2
Actions brought under this chapter shall be set for trial at the earliest possible date, and shall take precedence over all other cases, except older
California Labor Code Section 1697.3
Upon the final determination of the Labor Commissioner that a grower, a farm labor contractor, or person acting in the capacity of a farm labor...
California Labor Code Section 1698
All fines collected for violations of this chapter shall be paid into the Farmworker Remedial Account and shall be available, upon appropriation, for
California Labor Code Section 1698.1
No licensee shall sell, transfer or give away any interest in or the right to participate in the profits of said licensee's business without the...
California Labor Code Section 1698.2
No licensee shall knowingly issue a contract for employment containing any term or condition which, if complied with, would be in violation of law,...
California Labor Code Section 1698.3
No licensee shall accept a fee from any applicant for employment, or send any applicant for employment without having obtained orally or in writing,...
California Labor Code Section 1698.4
No licensee shall send or cause to be sent, any woman or minor under the age of 18 years, as an employee to any house of ill fame, to any house or...
California Labor Code Section 1698.5
No licensee shall send any minor to any saloon or place where intoxicating liquors are sold to be consumed on the premises.
California Labor Code Section 1698.6
No licensee shall knowingly permit any persons of bad character, prostitutes, gamblers, intoxicated persons, or procurers to frequent his premises.
California Labor Code Section 1698.7
No licensee shall accept any application for employment made by or on behalf of any child, or shall place or assist in placing any such child in any...
California Labor Code Section 1698.8
No licensee shall divide fees with an employer, an agent or other employee of an employer or person to whom help is furnished.
California Labor Code Section 1699
The Labor Commissioner may, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 11371), Part 1, Division 3, Title 2 of the...
California Labor Code Section 1700
As used in this chapter, "person" means any individual, company, society, firm, partnership, association, corporation, limited liability company,...
California Labor Code Section 1700.1
As used in this chapter: (a) "Theatrical engagement" means any engagement or employment of a person as an actor, performer, or entertainer in a...
California Labor Code Section 1700.2
(a) As used in this chapter, "fee" means any of the following: (1) Any money or other valuable consideration paid or promised to be paid for...
California Labor Code Section 1700.3
As used in this chapter: (a) "License" means a license issued by the Labor Commissioner to carry on the business of a talent agency under this...
California Labor Code Section 1700.4
(a) "Talent agency" means a person or corporation who engages in the occupation of procuring, offering, promising, or attempting to procure...
California Labor Code Section 1700.5
No person shall engage in or carry on the occupation of a talent agency without first procuring a license therefor from the Labor Commissioner. The...
California Labor Code Section 1700.6
A written application for a license shall be made to the Labor Commissioner in the form prescribed by him or her and shall state: (a) The name and
California Labor Code Section 1700.7
Upon receipt of an application for a license the Labor Commissioner may cause an investigation to be made as to the character and responsibility of...
California Labor Code Section 1700.8
The commissioner upon proper notice and hearing may refuse to grant a license. The proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with Chapter 5...
California Labor Code Section 1700.9
No license shall be granted to conduct the business of a talent agency: (a) In a place that would endanger the health, safety, or welfare of the...
California Labor Code Section 1700.10
The license when first issued shall run to the next birthday of the applicant, and each license shall then be renewed within the 30 days preceding...
California Labor Code Section 1700.11
All applications for renewal shall state the names and addresses of all persons, except bona fide employees on stated salaries, financially...
California Labor Code Section 1700.12
A filing fee of twenty-five dollars ($25) shall be paid to the Labor Commissioner at the time the application for issuance of a talent agency license
California Labor Code Section 1700.13
A filing fee of twenty-five dollars ($25) shall be paid to the Labor Commissioner at the time application for consent to the transfer or assignment...
California Labor Code Section 1700.14
Whenever an application for a license or renewal is made, and application processing pursuant to this chapter has not been completed, the Labor...
California Labor Code Section 1700.15
A talent agency shall also deposit with the Labor Commissioner, prior to the issuance or renewal of a license, a surety bond in the penal sum of...
California Labor Code Section 1700.16
Such surety bonds shall be payable to the people of the State of California, and shall be conditioned that the person applying for the license will...
California Labor Code Section 1700.18
All moneys collected for licenses and all fines collected for violations of the provisions of this chapter shall be paid into the State Treasury and...
California Labor Code Section 1700.19
Each license shall contain all of the following: (a) The name of the licensee. (b) A designation of the city, street, and number of the...
California Labor Code Section 1700.20
No license shall protect any other than the person to whom it is issued nor any places other than those designated in the license. No license shall...
California Labor Code Section 1700.20a
The Labor Commissioner may issue to a person eligible therefor a certificate of convenience to conduct the business of a talent agency where the...
California Labor Code Section 1700.20b
To be eligible for a certificate of convenience, a person shall be either: (a) The executor or administrator of the estate of a deceased person...
California Labor Code Section 1700.21
The Labor Commissioner may revoke or suspend any license when it is shown that any of the following occur: (a) The licensee or his or her agent...
California Labor Code Section 1700.22
Before revoking or suspending any license, the Labor Commissioner shall afford the holder of such license an opportunity to be heard in person or by...
California Labor Code Section 1700.23
Every talent agency shall submit to the Labor Commissioner a form or forms of contract to be utilized by such talent agency in entering into written...
California Labor Code Section 1700.24
Every talent agency shall file with the Labor Commissioner a schedule of fees to be charged and collected in the conduct of that occupation, and...
California Labor Code Section 1700.25
(a) A licensee who receives any payment of funds on behalf of an artist shall immediately deposit that amount in a trust fund account maintained by...
California Labor Code Section 1700.26
Every talent agency shall keep records in a form approved by the Labor Commissioner, in which shall be entered all of the following: (1) The name...
California Labor Code Section 1700.27
All books, records, and other papers kept pursuant to this chapter by any talent agency shall be open at all reasonable hours to the inspection of...
California Labor Code Section 1700.28
Every talent agency shall post in a conspicuous place in the office of such talent agency a printed copy of this chapter and of such other statutes...
California Labor Code Section 1700.29
The Labor Commissioner may, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 4 (commencing at Section 11370), Part 1, Division 3, Title 2 of the...
California Labor Code Section 1700.30
No talent agency shall sell, transfer, or give away to any person other than a director, officer, manager, employee, or shareholder of the talent...
California Labor Code Section 1700.31
No talent agency shall knowingly issue a contract for employment containing any term or condition which, if complied with, would be in violation of...
California Labor Code Section 1700.32
No talent agency shall publish or cause to be published any false, fraudulent, or misleading information, representation, notice, or advertisement. ...
California Labor Code Section 1700.33
No talent agency shall send or cause to be sent, any artist to any place where the health, safety, or welfare of the artist could be adversely...
California Labor Code Section 1700.34
No talent agency shall send any minor to any saloon or place where intoxicating liquors are sold to be consumed on the premises.
California Labor Code Section 1700.35
No talent agency shall knowingly permit any persons of bad character, prostitutes, gamblers, intoxicated persons, or procurers to frequent, or be...
California Labor Code Section 1700.36
No talent agency shall accept any application for employment made by or on behalf of any minor, as defined by subdivision (c) of Section 1286, or...
California Labor Code Section 1700.37
A minor cannot disaffirm a contract, otherwise valid, entered into during minority, either during the actual minority of the minor entering into such
California Labor Code Section 1700.38
No talent agency shall knowingly secure employment for an artist in any place where a strike, lockout, or other labor trouble exists, without...
California Labor Code Section 1700.39
No talent agency shall divide fees with an employer, an agent or other employee of an employer.
California Labor Code Section 1700.40
(a) No talent agency shall collect a registration fee. In the event that a talent agency shall collect from an artist a fee or expenses for...
California Labor Code Section 1700.41
In cases where an artist is sent by a talent agency beyond the limits of the city in which the office of such talent agency is located upon the...
California Labor Code Section 1700.44
(a) In cases of controversy arising under this chapter, the parties involved shall refer the matters in dispute to the Labor Commissioner, who shall...
California Labor Code Section 1700.45
Notwithstanding Section 1700.44, a provision in a contract providing for the decision by arbitration of any controversy under the contract or as to...
California Labor Code Section 1700.47
It shall be unlawful for any licensee to refuse to represent any artist on account of that artist's race, color, creed, sex, national origin,...
California Labor Code Section 1701
For purposes of this chapter, the following terms have the following meanings: (a) (1) "Advance fee" means any fee due from or paid by an artist...
California Labor Code Section 1701.1
This chapter does not apply to any person exempt from regulation under the Employment Agency, Employment Counseling, and Job Listing Services Act...
California Labor Code Section 1701.2
Compliance with this chapter does not satisfy or is not a substitute for the requirements mandated by any other applicable law, including the...
California Labor Code Section 1701.4
(a) Every contract or agreement between an artist and an advance-fee talent service for an advance fee shall be in writing. The contract shall...
California Labor Code Section 1701.5
(a) Every person engaging in the business of an advance-fee talent service shall keep and maintain records of the person's advance-fee talent service
California Labor Code Section 1701.2
Compliance with this chapter does not satisfy or is not a substitute for the requirements mandated by any other applicable law, including the...
California Labor Code Section 1701.8
Prior to requesting any advance fee, an advance-fee talent service shall provide an artist with written disclosure of all of the following: (a)...
California Labor Code Section 1701.10
(a) Prior to engaging in the business or acting in the capacity of an advance-fee talent service, a person shall file with the Labor Commissioner a...
California Labor Code Section 1701.12
An advance-fee talent service, or its agent or employee, may not do any of the following: (a) Make, or cause to be made, any false, misleading, or
California Labor Code Section 1701.13
A person who willfully violates any provision of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor. Each violation is punishable by imprisonment in the county
California Labor Code Section 1701.15
The Attorney General, any district attorney, or any city attorney may institute an action for a violation of this chapter, including, but not limited
California Labor Code Section 1701.16
A person who is injured by any violation of this chapter or by the breach of a contract subject to this chapter may bring an action for recovery of...
California Labor Code Section 1701.17
The provisions of this chapter are not exclusive and do not relieve any person subject to this chapter from the duty to comply with all other laws.
California Labor Code Section 1701.18
The remedies provided in this chapter are not exclusive and shall be in addition to any other remedies or procedures provided in any other law.
California Labor Code Section 1701.19
Any waiver by the artist of the provisions of this chapter is deemed contrary to public policy and void and unenforceable. Any attempt by an...
California Labor Code Section 1701.20
If any provision of this chapter or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is held unconstitutional, the remainder of the chapter and
California Labor Code Section 1720
(a) As used in this chapter, "public works" means: (1) Construction, alteration, demolition, installation, or repair work done under contract and...
California Labor Code Section 1720.2
For the limited purposes of Article 2 (commencing with Section 1770) of this chapter, "public works" also means any construction work done under...
California Labor Code Section 1720.3
For the limited purposes of Article 2 (commencing with Section 1770), "public works" also means the hauling of refuse from a public works site to an...
California Labor Code Section 1720.4
(a) This chapter shall not apply to any of the following work: (1) Any work performed by a volunteer. For purposes of this section, "volunteer"...
California Labor Code Section 1721
"Political subdivision" includes any county, city, district, public housing authority, or public agency of the state, and assessment or improvement...
California Labor Code Section 1722
"Awarding body" or "body awarding the contract" means department, board, authority, officer or agent awarding a contract for public work.
California Labor Code Section 1722.1
For the purposes of this chapter, "contractor" and "subcontractor" include a contractor, subcontractor, licensee, officer, agent, or representative...
California Labor Code Section 1723
"Worker" includes laborer, worker, or mechanic.
California Labor Code Section 1724
"Locality in which public work is performed" means the county in which the public work is done in cases in which the contract is awarded by the...
California Labor Code Section 1725
"Alien" means any person who is not a born or fully naturalized citizen of the United States.
California Labor Code Section 1726
(a) The body awarding the contract for public work shall take cognizance of violations of this chapter committed in the course of the execution of...
California Labor Code Section 1727
(a) Before making payments to the contractor of money due under a contract for public work, the awarding body shall withhold and retain therefrom all
California Labor Code Section 1728
In cases of contracts with assessment or improvement districts where full payment is made in the form of a single warrant, or other evidence of full...
California Labor Code Section 1729
It shall be lawful for any contractor to withhold from any subcontractor under him sufficient sums to cover any penalties withheld from him by the...
California Labor Code Section 1734
Any court collecting any fines or penalties under the criminal provisions of this chapter or any of the labor laws pertaining to public works shall...
California Labor Code Section 1735
A contractor shall not discriminate in the employment of persons upon public works on any basis listed in subdivision (a) of Section 12940 of the...
California Labor Code Section 1736
During any investigation conducted under this part, the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall keep confidential the name of any employee who...
California Labor Code Section 1740
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter or any other law of this State, except limitations imposed by the Constitution, the legislative...
California Labor Code Section 1741
(a) If the Labor Commissioner or his or her designee determines after an investigation that there has been a violation of this chapter, the Labor...
California Labor Code Section 1742
(a) An affected contractor or subcontractor may obtain review of a civil wage and penalty assessment under this chapter by transmitting a written...
California Labor Code Section 1742.1
(a) After 60 days following the service of a civil wage and penalty assessment under Section 1741 or a notice of withholding under subdivision (a) of
California Labor Code Section 1743
(a) The contractor and subcontractor shall be jointly and severally liable for all amounts due pursuant to a final order under this chapter or a...
California Labor Code Section 1750
(a) (1) The second lowest bidder, and any person, firm, association, trust, partnership, labor organization, corporation, or other legal entity which
California Labor Code Section 1770
The Director of the Department of Industrial Relations shall determine the general prevailing rate of per diem wages in accordance with the standards
California Labor Code Section 1771
Except for public works projects of one thousand dollars ($1,000) or less, not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages for work of a...
California Labor Code Section 1771.2
A joint labor-management committee established pursuant to the federal Labor Management Cooperation Act of 1978 (Section 175a of Title 29 of the...
California Labor Code Section 1771.5
(a) Notwithstanding Section 1771, an awarding body may not require the payment of the general prevailing rate of per diem wages or the general...
California Labor Code Section 1771.6
(a) Any awarding body that enforces this chapter in accordance with Section 1726 or 1771.5 shall provide notice of the withholding of contract...
California Labor Code Section 1771.7
(a) (1) An awarding body that chooses to use funds derived from either the Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2002 or...
California Labor Code Section 1771.8
(a) The body awarding any contract for a public works project financed in any part with funds made available by the Water Security, Clean Drinking...
California Labor Code Section 1771.9
(a) The body awarding any contract for a public works project financed in any part with funds made available by the Safe, Reliable High-Speed...
California Labor Code Section 1772
Workers employed by contractors or subcontractors in the execution of any contract for public work are deemed to be employed upon public work.
California Labor Code Section 1773
The body awarding any contract for public work, or otherwise undertaking any public work, shall obtain the general prevailing rate of per diem wages...
California Labor Code Section 1773.1
(a) Per diem wages, when the term is used in this chapter or in any other statute applicable to public works, shall be deemed to include employer...
California Labor Code Section 1773.2
The body awarding any contract for public work, or otherwise undertaking any public work, shall specify in the call for bids for the contract, and in
California Labor Code Section 1773.3
An awarding agency whose public works contract falls within the jurisdiction of Section 1777.5 shall, within five days of the award, send a copy of...
California Labor Code Section 1773.4
Any prospective bidder or his representative, any representative of any craft, classification or type of workman involved, or the awarding body may,...
California Labor Code Section 1773.5
The Director of Industrial Relations may establish rules and regulations for the purpose of carrying out this chapter, including, but not limited to,
California Labor Code Section 1773.6
If during any quarterly period the Director of Industrial Relations shall determine that there has been a change in any prevailing rate of per diem...
California Labor Code Section 1773.7
The provisions of Section 11250 of the Government Code shall not be applicable to Sections 1773, 1773.4, and 1773.6.
California Labor Code Section 1773.9
(a) The Director of Industrial Relations shall use the methodology set forth in subdivision (b) to determine the general prevailing rate of per diem...
California Labor Code Section 1773.11
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law and except as otherwise provided by this section, if the state or a political subdivision thereof...
California Labor Code Section 1774
The contractor to whom the contract is awarded, and any subcontractor under him, shall pay not less than the specified prevailing rates of wages to...
California Labor Code Section 1775
(a) (1) The contractor and any subcontractor under the contractor shall, as a penalty to the state or political subdivision on whose behalf the...
California Labor Code Section 1776
(a) Each contractor and subcontractor shall keep accurate payroll records, showing the name, address, social security number, work classification,...
California Labor Code Section 1777
Any officer, agent, or representative of the State or of any political subdivision who wilfully violates any provision of this article, and any...
California Labor Code Section 1777.1
(a) Whenever a contractor or subcontractor performing a public works project pursuant to this chapter is found by the Labor Commissioner to be in...
California Labor Code Section 1777.5
(a) Nothing in this chapter shall prevent the employment of properly registered apprentices upon public works. (b) Every apprentice employed upon...
California Labor Code Section 1777.6
An employer or a labor union shall not refuse to accept otherwise qualified employees as registered apprentices on any public works on any basis...
California Labor Code Section 1777.7
(a) (1) A contractor or subcontractor that is determined by the Chief of the Division of Apprenticeship Standards to have knowingly violated Section...
California Labor Code Section 1778
Every person, who individually or as a representative of an awarding or public body or officer, or as a contractor or subcontractor doing public...
California Labor Code Section 1779
Any person or agent or officer thereof who charges, collects, or attempts to charge or collect, directly or indirectly, a fee or valuable...
California Labor Code Section 1780
Any person acting on behalf of the State or any political subdivision, or any contractor or subcontractor or agent or representative thereof, doing...
California Labor Code Section 1781
(a) (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a contractor may, subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), bring an action in a court of competent...
California Labor Code Section 1810
Eight hours labor constitutes a legal day's work in all cases where the same is performed under the authority of any law of this State, or under the...
California Labor Code Section 1811
The time of service of any workman employed upon public work is limited and restricted to 8 hours during any one calendar day, and 40 hours during...
California Labor Code Section 1812
Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep an accurate record showing the name of and actual hours worked each calendar day and each calendar week
California Labor Code Section 1813
The contractor or subcontractor shall, as a penalty to the state or political subdivision on whose behalf the contract is made or awarded, forfeit...
California Labor Code Section 1814
Any officer, agent, or representative of the State or any political subdivision who violates any provision of this article and any contractor or...
California Labor Code Section 1815
Notwithstanding the provisions of Sections 1810 to 1814, inclusive, of this code, and notwithstanding any stipulation inserted in any contract...
California Labor Code Section 1860
The awarding body shall cause to be inserted in every public works contract a clause providing that, in accordance with the provisions of Section...
California Labor Code Section 1861
Each contractor to whom a public works contract is awarded shall sign and file with the awarding body the following certification prior to performing
California Labor Code Section 1900
Every employee of a city whose hours of labor exceed 120 in a week is entitled to be off duty at least three hours during every twenty-four hours for
California Labor Code Section 1901
Any officer or agent of a city having supervision and control of employees covered by this article who violates any provision hereof is guilty of a...
California Labor Code Section 1960
Neither the State nor any county, political subdivision, incorporated city, town, nor any other municipal corporation shall prohibit, deny or...
California Labor Code Section 1961
As used in this chapter, the term "employees" means the employees of the fire departments and fire services of the State, counties, cities, cities...
California Labor Code Section 1962
Employees shall have the right to self-organization, to form, join, or assist labor organizations, to present grievances and recommendations...
California Labor Code Section 1963
The enactment of this chapter shall not be construed as making the provisions of Section 923 of this code applicable to public employees.
California Labor Code Section 1964
(a) The governing body of any regularly organized volunteer fire department may, but shall not be required to, adopt regulations governing the...
California Labor Code Section 2010
As used in this chapter, "State agency" means any department, division, board, bureau, or commission of the State.
California Labor Code Section 2011
The Department of Finance shall ascertain and secure from the several State agencies tentative plans for the extension of public works which are best
California Labor Code Section 2012
The Division of Labor Statistics and Research shall keep constantly advised of industrial conditions throughout the State as affecting the employment
California Labor Code Section 2013
If the Division of Labor Statistics and Research reports to the Governor that a condition of extraordinary unemployment caused by industrial...
California Labor Code Section 2014
The Department of Employment Development immediately upon the publication of a finding under this chapter that a period of extraordinary unemployment
California Labor Code Section 2015
Preference for employment under this chapter shall be extended: First, to citizens of this State. Second, to citizens of other States within the...
California Labor Code Section 2050
The enactment of this part is an exercise of the police power of the State of California for the protection for the public welfare, prosperity,...
California Labor Code Section 2051
As used in this part: (a) "Car washing and polishing" means washing, cleaning, drying, polishing, detailing, servicing, or otherwise providing...
California Labor Code Section 2052
Every employer shall keep accurate records for three years, showing all of the following: (a) The names and addresses of all employees engaged in...
California Labor Code Section 2053
The Division of Labor Standards and Enforcement shall enforce this chapter. The commissioner may adopt any regulations necessary to carry out the...
California Labor Code Section 2054
Every employer shall register with the commissioner annually.
California Labor Code Section 2055
The commissioner may not permit any employer to register, nor may the commissioner permit any employer to renew registration until all of the...
California Labor Code Section 2056
When a certificate of registration is originally issued or renewed under this chapter, the commissioner shall provide related and supplemental...
California Labor Code Section 2057
Proof of registration shall be by an official Division of Labor Standards Enforcement registration form. Each employer shall post the registration...
California Labor Code Section 2058
At least 30 days prior to the expiration of each registrant's registration, the commissioner shall mail a renewal notice to the last known address of
California Labor Code Section 2059
(a) The commissioner shall collect from employers a registration fee of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) for each branch location. The commissioner...
California Labor Code Section 2060
No employer may conduct any business without complying with the registration and bond requirements of this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 2061
The commissioner may not approve the registration of any employer until all of the following conditions are satisfied: (a) The employer has...
California Labor Code Section 2062
The commissioner may not register or renew the registration of an employer in any of the following circumstances: (a) The employer has not fully...
California Labor Code Section 2063
On the Web site of the Department of Industrial Relations the Labor Commissioner shall post a list of registered car washing and polishing...
California Labor Code Section 2064
An employer who fails to register pursuant to Section 2054 is subject to a civil fine of one hundred dollars ($100) for each calendar day, not to...
California Labor Code Section 2065
(a) The Car Wash Worker Restitution Fund is established in the State Treasury. (1) The following moneys shall be deposited into this fund: (A)...
California Labor Code Section 2066
A successor to any employer that is engaged in car washing and polishing that owed wages and penalties to the predecessor's former employee or...
California Labor Code Section 2067
This part shall remain in effect only until January 1, 2010, and as of that date is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that is enacted before...
California Labor Code Section 2068
The commissioner shall study and report to the Legislature, not later than December 31, 2008, on the status of labor law violations and enforcement...
California Labor Code Section 2260
All employers shall comply with standards relating to sanitary facilities adopted by the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board pursuant to...
California Labor Code Section 2330
The owner or manager of every foundry or metal shop engaged in the casting, fabricating, or working over in any manner of any metal or compound,...
California Labor Code Section 2331
The owner or manager of every foundry or metal shop engaged in the casting, fabricating, or working over in any manner of any metal or compound,...
California Labor Code Section 2350
Every factory, workshop, mercantile or other establishment in which one or more persons are employed, shall be kept clean and free from the effluvia...
California Labor Code Section 2351
Every factory or workshop in which one or more persons are employed shall be so ventilated while work is carried on that the air will not become...
California Labor Code Section 2352
No place which the Labor Commissioner condemns as unhealthy and unsuitable, shall be used as a place of employment.
California Labor Code Section 2353
In any factory, workshop, or other establishment where dust, filaments, or injurious gases are produced or generated, which may be inhaled by...
California Labor Code Section 2354
Any person violating this article is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars ($100) nor more than six...
California Labor Code Section 2355
The Labor Commissioner shall enforce this article.
California Labor Code Section 2440
All employers shall comply with standards relating to the ready availability of medical services and first aid adopted by the Occupational Safety and
California Labor Code Section 2441
(a) Every employer of labor in this state shall, without making a charge therefor, provide fresh and pure drinking water to his or her employees...
California Labor Code Section 2650
As used in this part: (a) "To manufacture" means to make, process, prepare, alter, repair, or finish in whole or in part, or to assemble, inspect,
California Labor Code Section 2651
The manufacture by industrial homework of any of the following materials or articles shall be unlawful, and no license or permit issued under this...
California Labor Code Section 2652
The division shall have the power to make an investigation of any industry not specifically exempted and made unlawful by Section 2651 which employs...
California Labor Code Section 2653
To effectuate the provisions of this part, the division shall have the powers given by Article 2 (commencing with Section 11180) of Chapter 2, Part...
California Labor Code Section 2654
If, on the basis of information in its possession, with or without an investigation, the division shall find that industrial homework cannot be...
California Labor Code Section 2655
After making such order the division shall hold a public hearing or hearings at which an opportunity to be heard shall be afforded to any employer,...
California Labor Code Section 2656
The division may seek a search warrant pursuant to the procedures set forth in Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 1523) of Title 12 of Part 2 of the...
California Labor Code Section 2658
No person shall employ an industrial homeworker in any industry not prohibited by Section 2651 unless the person employing an industrial homeworker...
California Labor Code Section 2658.1
Every person who, without having in his possession a then valid industrial homework license issued to him by the Division of Labor Standards...
California Labor Code Section 2658.5
Every person, which term shall be deemed to include manufacturers, contractors, jobbers and wholesalers, who, without having in his possession a...
California Labor Code Section 2658.7
Any goods, assembled or partially assembled, whether found in the homeworker's home, in transit to or from the home, or in the manufacturer's or his...
California Labor Code Section 2659
No person shall engage, suffer or permit any person to do industrial homework, or tolerate, suffer or permit articles or materials under his custody...
California Labor Code Section 2660
No person shall do industrial homework within this state unless he has in his possession a valid homeworker's permit issued to him by the division. ...
California Labor Code Section 2660.1
Every person doing industrial homework, with or without a valid homeworker's permit issued by the division, shall reveal to the division, on demand,...
California Labor Code Section 2660.5
Every person who does industrial homework without having in his possession a valid homeworker's permit issued to him by the division is guilty of a...
California Labor Code Section 2661
No homeworker's permit shall be issued to any person under the age of 16 years; or to any person suffering from an infectious, contagious, or...
California Labor Code Section 2662
The division may revoke or suspend any homeworker's permit upon a finding that the industrial homeworker is performing industrial homework contrary...
California Labor Code Section 2663
No person shall tolerate, suffer or permit any materials or articles to be manufactured by industrial homework unless there has been conspicuously...
California Labor Code Section 2664
(a) Any article or material which is being manufactured in a home in violation of any provision of this part may be confiscated by the division. ...
California Labor Code Section 2665
Every person who employs or otherwise avails himself of the services of industrial homeworkers in this State shall: (a) Comply with the labor...
California Labor Code Section 2666
The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall enforce the provisions of this part. The division and the authorized representatives of the...
California Labor Code Section 2667
Unless otherwise provided herein, every person acting either individually or as an officer, agent, employee or independent contractor for another...
California Labor Code Section 2670
It is the intent of the Legislature, in enacting this part, to establish a system of registration, penalties, confiscation, bonding requirements, and
California Labor Code Section 2671
As used in this part: (a) "Person" means any individual, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, or association, and includes, but is
California Labor Code Section 2672
The commissioner shall promulgate all regulations and rules necessary to carry out the provisions of this part. The commissioner, upon good cause,...
California Labor Code Section 2673
Every employer engaged in the business of garment manufacturing shall keep accurate records for three years which show all of the following: (a)...
California Labor Code Section 2673.1
(a) To ensure that employees are paid for all hours worked, a person engaged in garment manufacturing, as defined in Section 2671, who contracts with
California Labor Code Section 2674
The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall enforce Section 2673 and Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 2675).
California Labor Code Section 2674.1
The commissioner shall appoint an advisory committee on garment manufacturing to advise him or her of common industry problems and to effect liaison...
California Labor Code Section 2674.2
In the annual budget submitted to the Legislature pursuant to Section 12 of Article IV of the California Constitution, the Governor shall include a...
California Labor Code Section 2675
(a) For purposes of enforcing this part and Sections 204, 209, 212, 221, 222, 222.5, 223, 226, 227, and 227.5, Chapter 2 (commencing with Section...
California Labor Code Section 2675.2
Whenever an application for renewal of registration is received by the Labor Commissioner 30 days prior to the expiration of the registration, and...
California Labor Code Section 2675.5
(a) The commissioner shall deposit seventy-five dollars ($75) of each registrant's annual registration fee, required pursuant to paragraph (5) of...
California Labor Code Section 2676
Any person engaged in the business of garment manufacturing who is not registered is guilty of a misdemeanor, except as provided in subdivision (d)...
California Labor Code Section 2676.5
(a) Every person registered as a garment manufacturer shall display on the front entrance of his or her business premise, and also, if the front...
California Labor Code Section 2676.7
Any local agency which issues business licenses or permits shall require, as a condition of issuing any business license or permit for a garment...
California Labor Code Section 2677
(a) Any person engaged in the business of garment manufacturing who contracts with any other person similarly engaged who has not registered with the
California Labor Code Section 2677.5
It shall be illegal for any person registered pursuant to this chapter and contracting with another registrant to engage in any business practice...
California Labor Code Section 2678
(a) A penalty, as provided in subdivision (c), may be imposed against any person for any of the following: (1) Failure to comply within 15 days of
California Labor Code Section 2679
(a) The commissioner, in addition to any civil penalty imposed pursuant to Section 2679, may require that as a condition of continued registration,...
California Labor Code Section 2680
(a) Any garment or wearing apparel, assembled or partially assembled by or on behalf of any person who has not complied with the registration...
California Labor Code Section 2680.5
The commissioner shall have the authority to investigate and mediate pricing and quality disputes arising out of written contracts between...
California Labor Code Section 2681
(a) Any person against whom a penalty is assessed or whose goods are confiscated shall, in lieu of contesting the penalty or the confiscation...
California Labor Code Section 2682
Moneys recovered under this chapter shall be applied first to payment of wages due affected employees. If insufficient funds are withheld or...
California Labor Code Section 2684
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that persons who are primarily engaged in sewing or assembly of garments for other persons engaged in garment...
California Labor Code Section 2685
The commissioner shall establish, in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, procedures for mandatory arbitration of pricing and product...
California Labor Code Section 2686
Upon the written request of any manufacturer or contractor, the Conciliation Service of the Department of Industrial Relations shall notify the other
California Labor Code Section 2687
Within seven days of appointment, the chairperson of the panel shall notify the parties in writing of the date, time, and location of the hearing...
California Labor Code Section 2688
On the date and time specified in the hearing notice, the chairperson shall convene the hearing and shall determine whether each party is...
California Labor Code Section 2689
To facilitate the conduct of the hearing, the following procedures shall govern: (a) Upon good cause shown by a party, the chairperson shall be...
California Labor Code Section 2690
Within 15 days after the conclusion of the hearing, the panel shall make a written award, which shall determine all questions submitted for...
California Labor Code Section 2691
Within 10 days of receipt of notice of the award, the party or parties who are required to comply with the terms of the award shall so comply and...
California Labor Code Section 2692
The basic costs of the arbitration proceeding, including interpreters requested by the panel, shall be borne equally by all parties to the...
California Labor Code Section 2695.1
(a) In enacting this legislation, it is the intent of the Legislature to codify certain labor protections that should be afforded to sheepherders, as
California Labor Code Section 2695.2
(a) (1) For a sheepherder employed on a regularly scheduled 24-hour shift on a seven-day-a-week "on-call" basis, an employer may, as an alternative...
California Labor Code Section 2698
This part shall be known and may be cited as the Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004.
California Labor Code Section 2699
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any provision of this code that provides for a civil penalty to be assessed and collected by the...
California Labor Code Section 2699.3
(a) A civil action by an aggrieved employee pursuant to subdivision (a) or (f) of Section 2699 alleging a violation of any provision listed in...
California Labor Code Section 2699.5
The provisions of subdivision (a) of Section 2699.3 apply to any alleged violation of the following provisions: subdivision (k) of Section 96,...
California Labor Code Section 2700
The provisions of this division shall not limit, change, or in any way qualify the provisions of Divisions 4 and 4.5 of this code, but shall be fully
California Labor Code Section 2750
The contract of employment is a contract by which one, who is called the employer, engages another, who is called the employee, to do something for...
California Labor Code Section 2750.5
There is a rebuttable presumption affecting the burden of proof that a worker performing services for which a license is required pursuant to Chapter
California Labor Code Section 2750.6
There is a rebuttable presumption affecting the burden of proof that a physician and surgeon, licensed pursuant to Division 2 (commencing with...
California Labor Code Section 2751
Whenever any employer who has no permanent and fixed place of business in this State enters into a contract of employment with an employee for...
California Labor Code Section 2752
Any employer who does not employ an employee pursuant to a written contract as required by Section 2751 shall be liable to the employee in a civil...
California Labor Code Section 2800
An employer shall in all cases indemnify his employee for losses caused by the employer's want of ordinary care.
California Labor Code Section 2800.1
An employer shall in all cases take reasonable and necessary precautions to safeguard musical instruments and equipment, belonging to an employed...
California Labor Code Section 2800.2
(a) Any employer, employee association, or other entity otherwise providing hospital, surgical, or major medical benefits to its employees or members
California Labor Code Section 2800.3
Any employer, other than a self-insurer, employee association or other entity otherwise providing hospital, surgical or major medical benefits to its
California Labor Code Section 2801
In any action to recover damages for a personal injury sustained within this State by an employee while engaged in the line of his duty or the course
California Labor Code Section 2802
(a) An employer shall indemnify his or her employee for all necessary expenditures or losses incurred by the employee in direct consequence of the...
California Labor Code Section 2803
When death, whether instantaneously or otherwise, results from an injury to an employee caused by the want of ordinary or reasonable care of an...
California Labor Code Section 2803.4
(a) Any employer providing health benefits under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (29 U.S.C. Sec. 1001, et seq.) shall not provide
California Labor Code Section 2803.5
Any employer who offers health care coverage, including employers and insurers, shall comply with the standards set forth in Chapter 7 (commencing...
California Labor Code Section 2804
Any contract or agreement, express or implied, made by any employee to waive the benefits of this article or any part thereof, is null and void, and...
California Labor Code Section 2806
(a) No employer, whether private or public, shall discontinue coverage for medical, surgical, or hospital benefits for employees unless the employer...
California Labor Code Section 2807
(a) All employers, whether private or public, shall provide notification to former employees, along with the notification required by federal law...
California Labor Code Section 2808
(a) It is the responsibility of all employers, whether public or private, to provide to all eligible employees an outline of coverage or similar...
California Labor Code Section 2809
(a) Any employer, whether private or public, that offers its employees an employer-managed deferred compensation plan shall provide to each employee,
California Labor Code Section 2810
(a) A person or entity may not enter into a contract or agreement for labor or services with a construction, farm labor, garment, janitorial, or...
California Labor Code Section 2850
One who, without consideration, undertakes to do a service for another, is not bound to perform the same but if he actually enters upon its...
California Labor Code Section 2851
One who, by his own special request, induces another to intrust him with the performance of a service, shall perform the same fully. In other cases,
California Labor Code Section 2852
A gratuitous employee, who accepts a written power of attorney, shall act under it so long as it remains in force, or until he gives notice to his...
California Labor Code Section 2853
One who is employed at his own request to do that which is more for his own advantage than for that of his employer, shall use great care and...
California Labor Code Section 2854
One who, for a good consideration, agrees to serve another, shall perform the service, and shall use ordinary care and diligence therein, so long as...
California Labor Code Section 2855
(a) Except as otherwise provided in subdivision (b), a contract to render personal service, other than a contract of apprenticeship as provided in...
California Labor Code Section 2856
An employee shall substantially comply with all the directions of his employer concerning the service on which he is engaged, except where such...
California Labor Code Section 2857
An employee shall perform his service in conformity to the usage of the place of performance, unless otherwise directed by his employer, or unless it
California Labor Code Section 2858
An employee is bound to exercise a reasonable degree of skill, unless his employer has notice, before employing him, of his want of skill.
California Labor Code Section 2859
An employee is always bound to use such skill as he possesses, so far as the same is required, for the service specified.
California Labor Code Section 2860
Everything which an employee acquires by virtue of his employment, except the compensation which is due to him from his employer, belongs to the...
California Labor Code Section 2861
An employee shall, on demand, render to his employer just accounts of all his transactions in the course of his service, as often as is reasonable,...
California Labor Code Section 2862
An employee who receives anything on account of his employer, in any capacity other than that of a mere servant, is not bound to deliver it to the...
California Labor Code Section 2863
An employee who has any business to transact on his own account, similar to that intrusted to him by his employer, shall always give the preference...
California Labor Code Section 2864
An employee who is expressly authorized to employ a substitute is liable to his principal only for want of ordinary care in his selection. The...
California Labor Code Section 2865
An employee who is guilty of a culpable degree of negligence is liable to his employer for the damage thereby caused to the employer. The employer...
California Labor Code Section 2866
Where service is to be rendered by two or more persons jointly, and one of them dies, the survivor shall act alone, if the service to be rendered is...
California Labor Code Section 2870
(a) Any provision in an employment agreement which provides that an employee shall assign, or offer to assign, any of his or her rights in an...
California Labor Code Section 2871
No employer shall require a provision made void and unenforceable by Section 2870 as a condition of employment or continued employment. Nothing in...
California Labor Code Section 2872
If an employment agreement entered into after January 1, 1980, contains a provision requiring the employee to assign or offer to assign any of his or
California Labor Code Section 2920
Every employment is terminated by any of the following: (a) Expiration of its appointed term. (b) Extinction of its subject. (c) Death of...
California Labor Code Section 2921
Every employment in which the power of the employee is not coupled with an interest in its subject is terminated by notice to the employee of either...
California Labor Code Section 2922
An employment, having no specified term, may be terminated at the will of either party on notice to the other. Employment for a specified term means
California Labor Code Section 2923
An employee, unless the term of his service has expired or unless he has a right to discontinue it at any time without notice, shall continue his...
California Labor Code Section 2924
An employment for a specified term may be terminated at any time by the employer in case of any willful breach of duty by the employee in the course...
California Labor Code Section 2925
An employment for a specified term may be terminated by the employee at any time in case of any wilful or permanent breach of the obligations of his...
California Labor Code Section 2926
An employee who is not employed for a specified term and who is dismissed by his employer is entitled to compensation for services rendered up to the
California Labor Code Section 2927
An employee who is not employed for a specified term and who quits the service of his employer is entitled to compensation for services rendered up...
California Labor Code Section 2928
No deduction from the wages of an employee on account of his coming late to work shall be made in excess of the proportionate wage which would have...
California Labor Code Section 2929
(a) As used in this section: (1) "Garnishment" means any judicial procedure through which the wages of an employee are required to be withheld for
California Labor Code Section 2930
(a) Any employer who disciplines or discharges an employee on the basis of a shopping investigator's report of the employee's conduct, performance,...
California Labor Code Section 3070
There is in the Division of Apprenticeship Standards the California Apprenticeship Council, which shall be appointed by the Governor, composed of six
California Labor Code Section 3071
The California Apprenticeship Council shall meet at the call of the Director of Industrial Relations and shall aid him or her in formulating policies
California Labor Code Section 3072
The Director of Industrial Relations is ex officio the Administrator of Apprenticeship and is authorized to appoint such assistants as shall be...
California Labor Code Section 3073
The Chief of the Division of Apprenticeship Standards, or his or her duly authorized representative, shall administer the provisions of this chapter;
California Labor Code Section 3073.1
(a) The division shall randomly audit apprenticeship programs approved under this chapter during each five-year period commencing January 1, 2000, to
California Labor Code Section 3073.2
(a) The California Apprenticeship Council may adopt industry-specific training criteria for use by apprenticeship programs subject to the...
California Labor Code Section 3073.3
It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Industrial Relations will encourage greater participation for women and ethnic minorities...
California Labor Code Section 3073.5
The Chief of the Division of Apprenticeship Standards and the California Apprenticeship Council shall annually report through the Director of...
California Labor Code Section 3074
The preparation of trade analyses and development of curriculum for instruction, and the administration and supervision of related and supplemental...
California Labor Code Section 3074.1
In compliance with the affirmative action requirements of California's plan for equal opportunity in apprenticeship, school districts maintaining...
California Labor Code Section 3074.3
In providing related and supplemental instruction pursuant to Section 3074, and notwithstanding any provisions of the Education Code, the...
California Labor Code Section 3074.7
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the governing board of a school district which offers classroom instruction in postgraduate and upgrading
California Labor Code Section 3075
(a) An apprenticeship program may be administered by a joint apprenticeship committee, unilateral management or labor apprenticeship committee, or an
California Labor Code Section 3075.1
It is the public policy of this state to encourage the utilization of apprenticeship as a form of on-the-job training, when such training is...
California Labor Code Section 3076
The function of a joint apprenticeship committee, when specific written authority is delegated by the parent organizations represented, shall be to...
California Labor Code Section 3076.3
Program sponsors shall establish selection procedures which specify minimum requirements for formal education or equivalency, physical examination,...
California Labor Code Section 3076.5
A program sponsor may provide in its selection procedures for an additional 10 points credit in the selection of veteran applicants for...
California Labor Code Section 3077
The term "apprentice" as used in this chapter, means a person at least 16 years of age who has entered into a written agreement, in this chapter...
California Labor Code Section 3077.5
A program sponsor administering an apprenticeship program under this chapter shall not provide a maximum age for apprentices.
California Labor Code Section 3078
Every apprentice agreement entered into under this chapter shall directly, or by reference, contain: (a) The names of the contracting parties. ...
California Labor Code Section 3079
Every apprentice agreement under this chapter shall be approved by the local joint apprenticeship committee or the parties to a collective bargaining
California Labor Code Section 3080
(a) For the purpose of providing greater diversity of training or continuity of employment, any apprentice agreement made under this chapter may in...
California Labor Code Section 3081
Upon the complaint of any interested person or upon his own initiative, the administrator may investigate to determine if there has been a violation...
California Labor Code Section 3082
The determination of the administrator shall be filed with the California Apprenticeship Council. If no appeal therefrom is filed with the...
California Labor Code Section 3083
The decision of the California Apprenticeship Council as to the facts shall be conclusive if supported by the evidence and all orders and decisions...
California Labor Code Section 3084
Any party to an apprentice agreement aggrieved by an order or decision of the California Apprenticeship Council may maintain appropriate proceedings...
California Labor Code Section 3084.5
In any case in which a person or persons have willfully violated any of the laws, regulations, or orders governing applicants for apprenticeship or...
California Labor Code Section 3085
No person shall institute any action for the enforcement of any apprentice agreement, or damages for the breach of any apprentice agreement, made...
California Labor Code Section 3086
Nothing in this chapter or in any apprentice agreement approved under this chapter shall operate to invalidate any apprenticeship provision in any...
California Labor Code Section 3088
If any provision of this chapter or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is held invalid, the remainder of the chapter and the...
California Labor Code Section 3089
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Shelley-Maloney Apprentice Labor Standards Act of 1939.
California Labor Code Section 3090
The Division of Apprenticeship Standards shall investigate, approve or reject applications from establishments for apprenticeship and other...
California Labor Code Section 3091
Acceptance of an application for entrance into an apprenticeship training program shall not be predicated on the payment of any fee. Reasonable...
California Labor Code Section 3091.5
Pursuant to Section 16370 of the Government Code, there is hereby authorized in the State Treasury a Special Deposit Fund Account, which shall...
California Labor Code Section 3092
A successful graduate of a training program in a particular apprenticeable occupation of a vocational education program meeting the standards of the...
California Labor Code Section 3093
(a) This section applies only when voluntarily requested by the parties to a collective bargaining agreement or by an employer, his or her...
California Labor Code Section 3095
Every person who willfully discriminates in any recruitment or apprenticeship program on any basis listed in subdivision (a) of Section 12940 of the...
California Labor Code Section 3097
The Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Apprenticeship Standards, may cooperate in the provision of, or provide, services to the...
California Labor Code Section 3098
An apprentice registered in an approved apprenticeship program in any of the building and construction trades shall be employed only as an apprentice
California Labor Code Section 3099
(a) The Division of Apprenticeship Standards shall do all of the following: (1) On or before July 1, 2001, establish and validate minimum...
California Labor Code Section 3099.2
(a) (1) Persons who perform work as electricians shall become certified pursuant to Section 3099 by the deadline specified in this subdivision. After
California Labor Code Section 3099.3
The Division of Apprenticeship Standards shall do all of the following: (a) Make information about electrician certification available in...
California Labor Code Section 3099.4
(a) After the deadline for certification, an uncertified person may perform electrical work for which certification is required under Section 3099 in
California Labor Code Section 3099.5
(a) The Electrician Certification Fund is hereby created as a special account in the State Treasury. Proceeds of the fund may be expended by the...
California Labor Code Section 3200
The Legislature hereby declares its intent that the term "workmen's compensation" shall hereafter also be known as "workers' compensation, " and...
California Labor Code Section 3201
This division and Division 5 (commencing with Section 6300) are an expression of the police power and are intended to make effective and apply to a...
California Labor Code Section 3201.5
(a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b) and (c), the Department of Industrial Relations and the courts of this state shall recognize as valid and...
California Labor Code Section 3201.7
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), the Department of Industrial Relations and the courts of this state shall recognize as valid and binding...
California Labor Code Section 3201.81
In the horse racing industry, the organization certified by the California Horse Racing Board to represent the majority of licensed jockeys pursuant...
California Labor Code Section 3201.9
(a) On or before June 30, 2004, and biannually thereafter, the report required in subdivision (i) of Section 3201.5 and subdivision (h) of Section...
California Labor Code Section 3202
This division and Division 5 (commencing with Section 6300) shall be liberally construed by the courts with the purpose of extending their benefits...
California Labor Code Section 3202.5
All parties and lien claimants shall meet the evidentiary burden of proof on all issues by a preponderance of the evidence in order that all parties...
California Labor Code Section 3203
This division and Division 5 (commencing with Section 6300) do not apply to employers or employments which, according to law, are so engaged in...
California Labor Code Section 3204
Unless the context otherwise requires, the definitions hereinafter set forth in this chapter shall govern the construction and meaning of the terms...
California Labor Code Section 3205
"Division" means the Division of Workers' Compensation.
California Labor Code Section 3205.5
"Appeals board" means the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board of the Division of Workers' Compensation.
California Labor Code Section 3206
"Administrative director" means the Director of the Division of Workers' Compensation.
California Labor Code Section 3207
"Compensation" means compensation under this division and includes every benefit or payment conferred by this division upon an injured employee, or...
California Labor Code Section 3208
"Injury" includes any injury or disease arising out of the employment, including injuries to artificial members, dentures, hearing aids, eyeglasses...
California Labor Code Section 3208.05
(a) "Injury" includes a reaction to or a side effect arising from health care provided by an employer to a health care worker, which health care is...
California Labor Code Section 3208.1
An injury may be either: (a) "specific," occurring as the result of one incident or exposure which causes disability or need for medical treatment;...
California Labor Code Section 3208.2
When disability, need for medical treatment, or death results from the combined effects of two or more injuries, either specific, cumulative, or...
California Labor Code Section 3208.3
(a) A psychiatric injury shall be compensable if it is a mental disorder which causes disability or need for medical treatment, and it is diagnosed...
California Labor Code Section 3208.4
In any proceeding under this division involving an injury arising out of alleged conduct that constitutes sexual harassment, sexual assault, or...
California Labor Code Section 3209
"Damages" means the recovery allowed in an action at law as contrasted with compensation.
California Labor Code Section 3209.3
(a) "Physician" includes physicians and surgeons holding an M.D. or D.O. degree, psychologists, acupuncturists, optometrists, dentists, podiatrists,...
California Labor Code Section 3209.4
The inclusion of optometrists in Section 3209.3 does not imply any right or entitle any optometrist to represent, advertise, or hold himself out as a
California Labor Code Section 3209.5
Medical, surgical, and hospital treatment, including nursing, medicines, medical and surgical supplies, crutches, and apparatus, includes but is not...
California Labor Code Section 3209.6
The inclusion of chiropractors in Sections 3209.3 and 3209.5 does not imply any right or entitle any chiropractor to represent, advertise, or hold...
California Labor Code Section 3209.7
Treatment of injuries at the expense of the employer may also include, either in addition to or in place of medical, surgical, and hospital services,
California Labor Code Section 3209.8
Treatment reasonably required to cure or relieve from the effects of an injury shall include the services of marriage and family therapists and...
California Labor Code Section 3209.9
The inclusion of acupuncturists in Section 3209.3 does not imply any right or entitle any acupuncturist to represent, advertise, or hold himself or...
California Labor Code Section 3209.10
(a) Medical treatment of a work-related injury required to cure or relieve the effects of the injury may be provided by a state licensed physician...
California Labor Code Section 3210
"Person" includes an individual, firm, voluntary association, or a public, quasi public, or private corporation.
California Labor Code Section 3211
"Insurer" includes the State Compensation Insurance Fund and any private company, corporation, mutual association, reciprocal or interinsurance...
California Labor Code Section 3211.5
For purposes of this division, whenever the term "firefighter," "firefighting member," and "member of a fire department" is used, the term shall...
California Labor Code Section 3211.9
"Disaster council" means a public agency established by ordinance which is empowered to register and direct the activities of disaster service...
California Labor Code Section 3211.91
"Accredited disaster council" means a disaster council that is certified by the Office of Emergency Services as conforming with the rules and...
California Labor Code Section 3211.92
(a) "Disaster service worker" means any natural person who is registered with an accredited disaster council or a state agency for the purpose of...
California Labor Code Section 3211.93
"Disaster service" means all activities authorized by and carried on pursuant to the California Emergency Services Act, including training necessary...
California Labor Code Section 3211.93a
"Disaster service" does not include any activities or functions performed by a person if the accredited disaster council with which that person is...
California Labor Code Section 3212
In the case of members of a sheriff's office or the California Highway Patrol, district attorney's staff of inspectors and investigators or of police
California Labor Code Section 3212.1
(a) This section applies to all of the following: (1) Active firefighting members, whether volunteers, partly paid, or fully paid, of all of the...
California Labor Code Section 3212.2
In the case of officers and employees in the Department of Corrections having custodial duties, each officer and employee in the Department of Youth...
California Labor Code Section 3212.3
In the case of a peace officer who is designated under subdivision (a) of Section 2250.1 of the Vehicle Code and who has graduated from an academy...
California Labor Code Section 3212.4
In the case of a member of a University of California fire department located at a campus or other facility administered by the Regents of University
California Labor Code Section 3212.5
In the case of a member of a police department of a city or municipality, or a member of the State Highway Patrol, when any such member is employed...
California Labor Code Section 3212.6
In the case of a member of a police department of a city or county, or a member of the sheriff's office of a county, or a member of the California...
California Labor Code Section 3212.7
In the case of an employee in the Department of Justice falling within the "state safety" class, when any such individual is employed under civil...
California Labor Code Section 3212.8
(a) In the case of members of a sheriff's office, of police or fire departments of cities, counties, cities and counties, districts, or other public...
California Labor Code Section 3212.85
(a) This section applies to peace officers described in Sections 830.1 to 830.5, inclusive, of the Penal Code, and members of a fire department. ...
California Labor Code Section 3212.9
In the case of a member of a police department of a city, county, or city and county, or a member of the sheriff's office of a county, or a member of
California Labor Code Section 3212.10
In the case of a peace officer of the Department of Corrections who has custodial or supervisory duties of inmates or parolees, or a peace officer of
California Labor Code Section 3212.11
This section applies to both of the following: (a) active lifeguards employed by a city, county, city and county, district, or other public or...
California Labor Code Section 3212.12
(a) This section applies to peace officers, as defined in subdivision (b) of Section 830.1 of the Penal Code, subdivisions (e), (f), and (g) of...
California Labor Code Section 3213
In the case of a member of the University of California Police Department who has graduated from an academy certified by the Commission on Peace...
California Labor Code Section 3213.2
(a) In the case of a member of a police department of a city, county, or city and county, or a member of the sheriff's office of a county, or a peace
California Labor Code Section 3214
(a) The Department of Corrections and the Department of the Youth Authority shall, in conjunction with all recognized employee representative...
California Labor Code Section 3215
Except as otherwise permitted by law, any person acting individually or through his or her employees or agents, who offers, delivers, receives, or...
California Labor Code Section 3217
(a) Section 3215 shall not be construed to prevent the recommendation of professional employment where that recommendation is not prohibited by the...
California Labor Code Section 3218
A violation of Section 3215 is a public offense punishable upon a first conviction by incarceration in the county jail for not more than one year, or
California Labor Code Section 3219
(a) (1) Except as otherwise permitted by law, any person acting individually or through his or her employees or agents, who offers or delivers any...
California Labor Code Section 3300
As used in this division, "employer" means: (a) The State and every State agency. (b) Each county, city, district, and all public and quasi...
California Labor Code Section 3301
As used in this division, "employer" excludes the following: (a) Any person while acting solely as the sponsor of a bowling team. (b) Any...
California Labor Code Section 3302
(a) (1) When a licensed contractor enters an agreement with a temporary employment agency, employment referral service, labor contractor, or other...
California Labor Code Section 3350
Unless the context otherwise requires, the definitions set forth in this article shall govern the construction and meaning of the terms and phrases...
California Labor Code Section 3351
"Employee" means every person in the service of an employer under any appointment or contract of hire or apprenticeship, express or implied, oral or...
California Labor Code Section 3351.5
"Employee" includes: (a) Any person whose employment training is arranged by the State Department of Rehabilitation with any employer. Such...
California Labor Code Section 3352
"Employee" excludes the following: (a) Any person defined in subdivision (d) of Section 3351 who is employed by his or her parent, spouse, or...
California Labor Code Section 3352.94
"Employee" excludes a disaster service worker while performing services as a disaster service worker except as provided in Chapter 10 of this part. ...
California Labor Code Section 3353
"Independent contractor" means any person who renders service for a specified recompense for a specified result, under the control of his principal...
California Labor Code Section 3354
Employers of employees defined by subdivision (d) of Section 3351 shall not be subject to the provisions of Sections 3710, 3710.1, 3710.2, 3711,...
California Labor Code Section 3355
As used in subdivision (d) of Section 3351, the term "course of trade, business, profession, or occupation" includes all services tending toward the...
California Labor Code Section 3356
As used in subdivision (d) of Section 3351 and in Section 3355, the term "trade, business, profession, or occupation" includes any undertaking...
California Labor Code Section 3357
Any person rendering service for another, other than as an independent contractor, or unless expressly excluded herein, is presumed to be an...
California Labor Code Section 3358
Watchmen for nonindustrial establishments, paid by subscription by several persons, are not employees under this division. In other cases where...
California Labor Code Section 3360
Workmen associating themselves under a partnership agreement, the principal purpose of which is the performance of the labor on a particular piece of
California Labor Code Section 3361
Each member registered as an active firefighting member of any regularly organized volunteer fire department, having official recognition, and full...
California Labor Code Section 3361.5
Notwithstanding Section 3351, a volunteer, unsalaried person authorized by the governing board of a recreation and park district to perform volunteer
California Labor Code Section 3362
Each male or female member registered as an active policeman or policewoman of any regularly organized police department having official recognition...
California Labor Code Section 3362.5
Whenever any qualified person is deputized or appointed by the proper authority as a reserve or auxiliary sheriff or city police officer, a deputy...
California Labor Code Section 3363
Each member registered with the Department of Fish and Game as an active member of the reserve fish and game warden program of the department is an...
California Labor Code Section 3363.5
(a) Notwithstanding Sections 3351, 3352, and 3357, a person who performs voluntary service without pay for a public agency, as designated and...
California Labor Code Section 3363.6
(a) Notwithstanding Sections 3351, 3352, and 3357, a person who performs voluntary service without pay for a private, nonprofit organization, as...
California Labor Code Section 3364
Notwithstanding subdivision (c) of Section 3352, a volunteer, unsalaried member of a sheriff's reserve in any county who is not deemed an employee of
California Labor Code Section 3364.5
Notwithstanding Section 3351 of the Labor Code, a volunteer, unsalaried person authorized by the governing board of a school district or the county...
California Labor Code Section 3364.55
A ward of the juvenile court engaged in rehabilitative work without pay, under an assignment by order of the juvenile court to a work project on...
California Labor Code Section 3364.6
Notwithstanding Sections 3351 and 3352, juvenile traffic offenders pursuant to Section 564 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, or juvenile...
California Labor Code Section 3364.7
Notwithstanding Sections 3351 and 3352, a ward of the juvenile court committed to a regional youth educational facility pursuant to Article 24.5...
California Labor Code Section 3365
For the purposes of this division: (a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b) and (c), each person engaged in suppressing a fire pursuant to...
California Labor Code Section 3366
(a) For the purposes of this division, each person engaged in the performance of active law enforcement service as part of the posse comitatus or...
California Labor Code Section 3367
(a) For purposes of this division any person voluntarily rendering technical assistance to a public entity to prevent a fire, explosion, or other...
California Labor Code Section 3368
Notwithstanding any provision of this code or the Education Code to the contrary, the school district, county superintendent of schools, or any...
California Labor Code Section 3369
The inclusion of any person or groups of persons within the coverage of this division shall not cause any such person or group of persons to be...
California Labor Code Section 3370
(a) Each inmate of a state penal or correctional institution shall be entitled to the workers' compensation benefits provided by this division for...
California Labor Code Section 3371
If the issues are complex or if the inmate applicant requests, the Department of Corrections shall furnish a list of qualified workers' compensation...
California Labor Code Section 3501
(a) A child under the age of 18 years, or a child of any age found by any trier of fact, whether contractual, administrative, regulatory, or...
California Labor Code Section 3502
In all other cases, questions of entire or partial dependency and questions as to who are dependents and the extent of their dependency shall be...
California Labor Code Section 3503
No person is a dependent of any deceased employee unless in good faith a member of the family or household of the employee, or unless the person...
California Labor Code Section 3550
(a) Every employer subject to the compensation provisions of this division shall post and keep posted in a conspicuous location frequented by...
California Labor Code Section 3551
(a) Every employer subject to the compensation provisions of this code, except employers of employees defined in subdivision (d) of Section 3351,...
California Labor Code Section 3553
Every employer subject to the compensation provisions of this code shall give any employee who is a victim of a crime that occurred at the employee's
California Labor Code Section 3600
(a) Liability for the compensation provided by this division, in lieu of any other liability whatsoever to any person except as otherwise...
California Labor Code Section 3600.1
(a) Whenever any firefighter of the state, as defined in Section 19886 of the Government Code, is injured, dies, or is disabled from performing his...
California Labor Code Section 3600.2
(a) Whenever any peace officer, as defined in Section 50920 of the Government Code, is injured, dies, or is disabled from performing his duties as a...
California Labor Code Section 3600.3
(a) For the purposes of Section 3600, an off-duty peace officer, as defined in subdivision (b), who is performing, within the jurisdiction of his or...
California Labor Code Section 3600.4
(a) Whenever any firefighter of a city, county, city and county, district, or other public or municipal corporation or political subdivision, or any...
California Labor Code Section 3600.5
(a) If an employee who has been hired or is regularly employed in the state receives personal injury by accident arising out of and in the course of...
California Labor Code Section 3600.6
Disaster service workers registered by a disaster council while performing services under the general direction of the disaster council shall be...
California Labor Code Section 3600.8
(a) No employee who voluntarily participates in an alternative commute program that is sponsored or mandated by a governmental entity shall be...
California Labor Code Section 3601
(a) Where the conditions of compensation set forth in Section 3600 concur, the right to recover such compensation, pursuant to the provisions of this
California Labor Code Section 3602
(a) Where the conditions of compensation set forth in Section 3600 concur, the right to recover such compensation is, except as specifically provided
California Labor Code Section 3603
Payment of compensation in accordance with the order and direction of the appeals board shall discharge the employer from all claims therefor.
California Labor Code Section 3604
It is not a defense to the State, any county, city, district or institution thereof, or any public or quasi-public corporation, that a person injured
California Labor Code Section 3605
The compensation due an injured minor may be paid to him until his parent or guardian gives the employer or the latter's compensation insurance...
California Labor Code Section 3700
Every employer except the state shall secure the payment of compensation in one or more of the following ways: (a) By being insured against...
California Labor Code Section 3700.1
As used in this article: (a) "Director" means the Director of Industrial Relations. (b) "Private self-insurer" means a private employer which...
California Labor Code Section 3700.5
(a) The failure to secure the payment of compensation as required by this article by one who knew, or because of his or her knowledge or experience...
California Labor Code Section 3701
(a) Each year every private self-insuring employer shall secure incurred liabilities for the payment of compensation and the performance of the...
California Labor Code Section 3701.3
The director shall return to a private self-insured employer all amounts determined, in the director's discretion, to be in excess of that needed to...
California Labor Code Section 3701.5
(a) If the director determines that a private self-insured employer has failed to pay workers' compensation as required by this division, the...
California Labor Code Section 3701.7
Where any employer requesting coverage under a new or existing certificate of consent to self-insure has had a period of unlawful uninsurance, either
California Labor Code Section 3701.8
(a) As an alternative to each private self-insuring employer securing its own incurred liabilities as provided in Section 3701, the director may...
California Labor Code Section 3702
(a) A certificate of consent to self-insure may be revoked by the director at any time for good cause after a hearing. Good cause includes, among...
California Labor Code Section 3702.1
(a) No person, firm, or corporation, other than an insurer admitted to transact workers' compensation insurance in this state, shall contract to...
California Labor Code Section 3702.2
(a) All self-insured employers shall file a self-insurer's annual report in a form prescribed by the director. (b) To enable the director to...
California Labor Code Section 3702.3
Failure to submit reports or information as deemed necessary by the director to implement the purposes of Section 3701, 3702, or 3702.2 may result in
California Labor Code Section 3702.5
(a) The cost of administration of the public self-insured program by the Director of Industrial Relations shall be a General Fund item. The cost of...
California Labor Code Section 3702.6
(a) The director shall establish an audit program addressing the adequacy of estimates of future liability of claims for all private self-insured...
California Labor Code Section 3702.7
A certificate of consent to administer claims of self-insured employers may be revoked by the director at any time for good cause after a hearing. ...
California Labor Code Section 3702.8
(a) Employers who have ceased to be self-insured employers shall discharge their continuing obligations to secure the payment of workers'...
California Labor Code Section 3702.9
(a) In addition to remedies and penalties otherwise provided for a failure to secure the payment of compensation, the director may, after a...
California Labor Code Section 3702.10
The director, in accordance with Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, may adopt,...
California Labor Code Section 3703
So long as the certificate has not been revoked, and the self-insurer maintains on deposit the requisite bond or securities, the self-insurer shall...
California Labor Code Section 3705
The Self-Insurers' Security Fund or the surety making payment of compensation hereunder shall have the same preference over the other debts of the...
California Labor Code Section 3706
If any employer fails to secure the payment of compensation, any injured employee or his dependents may bring an action at law against such employer...
California Labor Code Section 3706.5
The provisions of this article and Sections 4553, 4554, and 4555, and any other penalty provided by law for failure to secure the payment of...
California Labor Code Section 3707
The injured employee or his dependents may in such action attach the property of the employer, at any time upon or after the institution of such...
California Labor Code Section 3708
In such action it is presumed that the injury to the employee was a direct result and grew out of the negligence of the employer, and the burden of...
California Labor Code Section 3708.5
If an employee brings such an action for damages, the employee shall forthwith give a copy of the complaint to the Uninsured Employers Fund of the...
California Labor Code Section 3709
If, as a result of such action for damages, a judgment is obtained against the employer, any compensation awarded, paid, or secured by the employer...
California Labor Code Section 3709.5
After the payment of attorney's fees fixed by the court, the employer shall be relieved from the obligation to pay further compensation to or on...
California Labor Code Section 3710
(a) The Director of Industrial Relations shall enforce the provisions of this article. The director may employ necessary investigators, clerks, and...
California Labor Code Section 3710.1
Where an employer has failed to secure the payment of compensation as required by Section 3700, the director shall issue and serve on such employer a
California Labor Code Section 3710.2
Failure of an employer, officer, or anyone having direction, management, or control of any place of employment or of employees to observe a stop...
California Labor Code Section 3710.3
Whenever a stop order has been issued pursuant to Section 3710.1 to a motor carrier of property subject to the jurisdiction and control of the...
California Labor Code Section 3711
The director, an investigator for the Department of Insurance Fraud Bureau or its successor, or a district attorney investigator assigned to...
California Labor Code Section 3712
(a) The securing of the payment of compensation in a way provided in this division is essential to the functioning of the expressly declared social...
California Labor Code Section 3714
(a) All cases involving the Uninsured Employers Fund or the Subsequent Injuries Fund as a party or involving death without dependents shall only be...
California Labor Code Section 3715
(a) Any employee, except an employee as defined in subdivision (d) of Section 3351, whose employer has failed to secure the payment of compensation...
California Labor Code Section 3716
(a) If the employer fails to pay the compensation required by Section 3715 to the person entitled thereto, or fails to furnish the bond required by...
California Labor Code Section 3716.1
(a) In any hearing, investigation, or proceeding, the Attorney General, or attorneys of the Department of Industrial Relations, shall represent the...
California Labor Code Section 3716.2
Notwithstanding the precise elements of an award of compensation benefits, and notwithstanding the claim and demand for payment being made therefor...
California Labor Code Section 3716.3
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, when the director obtains a judgment against an uninsured employer, the director may,
California Labor Code Section 3716.4
Whenever a final judgment has been entered against a motor carrier of property subject to the jurisdiction and control of the Department of Motor...
California Labor Code Section 3716.5
In the payment of workers' compensation benefits from the Uninsured Employers Fund, the director shall do the following: (a) Designate the job...
California Labor Code Section 3717
(a) A findings and award that is the subject of a demand on the Uninsured Employers Fund or an approved compromise and release or stipulated...
California Labor Code Section 3717.1
In any claim in which an alleged uninsured employer is a corporation, the director may cause substantial shareholders and parents, as defined by...
California Labor Code Section 3717.2
Upon request of the director, the appeals board shall make findings of whether persons are substantial shareholders or parents, as defined in Section
California Labor Code Section 3718
The cause of action provided in Section 3717 and any cause of action arising out of Section 3722 may be joined in one action against an employer. The
California Labor Code Section 3719
Any suit, action, proceeding, or award brought or made against any employer under Section 3717 may be compromised by the director, or such suit,...
California Labor Code Section 3720
(a) When the appeals board or the director determines under Section 3715 or 3716 that an employer has not secured the payment of compensation as...
California Labor Code Section 3720.1
(a) In any claim in which the alleged uninsured employer is a corporation, for purposes of filing certificates of lien pursuant to Section 3720, the...
California Labor Code Section 3721
The director shall provide the employer with a certificate of cancellation of lien after the employer has paid to the claimant or to the Uninsured...
California Labor Code Section 3722
(a) At the time the stop order is issued and served pursuant to Section 3710.1, the director shall also issue and serve a penalty assessment order...
California Labor Code Section 3725
If an employer desires to contest a penalty assessment order, the employer shall file with the director a written request for a hearing within 15...
California Labor Code Section 3726
(a) When no petition objecting to a penalty assessment order is filed, a certified copy of the order may be filed by the director in the office of...
California Labor Code Section 3727
If the director determines pursuant to Section 3722 that an employer has failed to secure the payment of compensation as required by this division,...
California Labor Code Section 3727.1
The director may withdraw a stop order or a penalty assessment order where investigation reveals the employer had secured the payment of compensation
California Labor Code Section 3728
(a) The director may draw from the State Treasury out of the Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund for the purposes of Sections 3716 and 3716.1,...
California Labor Code Section 3730
When the last day for filing any instrument or other document pursuant to this chapter falls upon a Saturday, Sunday or other holiday, such act may...
California Labor Code Section 3731
Any stop order or penalty assessment order may be personally served upon the employer either by (1) manual delivery of the order to the employer...
California Labor Code Section 3732
(a) If compensation is paid or becomes payable from the Uninsured Employers Fund, whether as a result of a findings and award, award based upon...
California Labor Code Section 3740
It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this article and Article 1 (commencing with Section 3700) to provide for the continuation of workers'
California Labor Code Section 3741
As used in this article: (a) "Director" means the Director of Industrial Relations. (b) "Private self-insurer" means a private employer which...
California Labor Code Section 3742
(a) The Self-Insurers' Security Fund shall be established as a Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation pursuant to Part 3 (commencing with Section 7110)
California Labor Code Section 3743
(a) Upon order of the director pursuant to Section 3701.5, the fund shall assume the workers' compensation obligations of an insolvent self-insurer.
California Labor Code Section 3744
(a) The fund shall have the right and obligation to obtain reimbursement from an insolvent self-insurer up to the amount of the self-insurer's...
California Labor Code Section 3745
(a) The fund shall maintain cash, readily marketable securities, or other assets, or a line of credit, approved by the director, sufficient to...
California Labor Code Section 3746
The trustees shall annually contract for an independent certified audit of the financial activities of the fund. An annual report on the financial...
California Labor Code Section 3747
This article shall be known and may be referred to as the "Young-La Follette Self-Insurers' Security Act."
California Labor Code Section 3750
Nothing in this division shall affect: (a) The organization of any mutual or other insurer. (b) Any existing contract for insurance. (c) The
California Labor Code Section 3751
(a) No employer shall exact or receive from any employee any contribution, or make or take any deduction from the earnings of any employee, either...
California Labor Code Section 3752
Liability for compensation shall not be reduced or affected by any insurance, contribution or other benefit whatsoever due to or received by the...
California Labor Code Section 3753
The person entitled to compensation may, irrespective of any insurance or other contract, except as otherwise provided in this division, recover such
California Labor Code Section 3754
Payment in whole or in part of compensation by either the employer or the insurer shall, to the extent thereof, be a bar to recovery against each of...
California Labor Code Section 3755
If the employer is insured against liability for compensation, and if after the suffering of any injury the insurer causes to be served upon any...
California Labor Code Section 3756
If at the time of the suffering of a compensable injury, the employer is insured against liability for the full amount of compensation payable, he...
California Labor Code Section 3757
If it thereafter appears to the satisfaction of the appeals board that the insurer has assumed the liability for compensation, the employer shall...
California Labor Code Section 3758
A proceeding to obtain compensation shall not abate on account of substitution of the insurer in place of the employer and on account of the...
California Labor Code Section 3759
The appeals board may enter its order relieving the employer from liability where it appears from the pleadings, stipulations, or proof that an...
California Labor Code Section 3760
Every employer who is insured against any liability imposed by this division shall file with the insurer a complete report of every injury to each...
California Labor Code Section 3761
(a) An insurer securing an employer's liability under this division shall notify the employer, within 15 days, of each claim for indemnity filed...
California Labor Code Section 3762
(a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b) and (c), the insurer shall discuss all elements of the claim file that affect the employer's premium with...
California Labor Code Section 3800
(a) Every county or city which requires the issuance of a permit as a condition precedent to the construction, alteration, improvement, demolition,...
California Labor Code Section 3820
(a) In enacting this section, the Legislature declares that there exists a compelling interest in eliminating fraud in the workers' compensation...
California Labor Code Section 3822
The administrative director shall, on an annual basis, provide to every employer, claims adjuster, third party administrator, physician, and attorney
California Labor Code Section 3823
(a) The administrative director shall, in coordination with the Bureau of Fraudulent Claims of the Department of Insurance, the Medi-Cal Fraud Task...
California Labor Code Section 3850
As used in this chapter: (a) "Employee" includes the person injured and any other person to whom a claim accrues by reason of the injury or death...
California Labor Code Section 3851
The death of the employee or of any other person, does not abate any right of action established by this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 3852
The claim of an employee, including, but not limited to, any peace officer or firefighter, for compensation does not affect his or her claim or right
California Labor Code Section 3853
If either the employee or the employer brings an action against such third person, he shall forthwith give to the other a copy of the complaint by...
California Labor Code Section 3854
If the action is prosecuted by the employer alone, evidence of any amount which the employer has paid or become obligated to pay by reason of the...
California Labor Code Section 3855
If the employee joins in or prosecutes such action, either the evidence of the amount of disability indemnity or death benefit paid or to be paid by...
California Labor Code Section 3856
In the event of suit against such third party: (a) If the action is prosecuted by the employer alone, the court shall first order paid from any...
California Labor Code Section 3857
The court shall, upon further application at any time before the judgment is satisfied, allow as a further lien the amount of any expenditures of the
California Labor Code Section 3858
After payment of litigation expenses and attorneys' fees fixed by the court pursuant to Section 3856 and payment of the employer's lien, the employer
California Labor Code Section 3859
(a) No release or settlement of any claim under this chapter as to either the employee or the employer is valid without the written consent of both.
California Labor Code Section 3860
(a) No release or settlement under this chapter, with or without suit, is valid or binding as to any party thereto without notice to both the...
California Labor Code Section 3861
The appeals board is empowered to and shall allow, as a credit to the employer to be applied against his liability for compensation, such amount of...
California Labor Code Section 3862
Any employer entitled to and who has been allowed and has perfected a lien upon the judgment or award in favor of an employee against any third party
California Labor Code Section 3864
If an action as provided in this chapter prosecuted by the employee, the employer, or both jointly against the third person results in judgment...
California Labor Code Section 3865
Any judgment or settlement of an action as provided for in this chapter is, upon notice to the court, subject to the same lien claims of the...
California Labor Code Section 4050
Whenever the right to compensation under this division exists in favor of an employee, he shall, upon the written request of his employer, submit at...
California Labor Code Section 4051
The request or order for the medical examination shall fix a time and place therefor, due consideration being given to the convenience of the...
California Labor Code Section 4052
The employee may employ at his own expense a physician, to be present at any examination required by his employer.
California Labor Code Section 4053
So long as the employee, after written request of the employer, fails or refuses to submit to such examination or in any way obstructs it, his right...
California Labor Code Section 4054
If the employee fails or refuses to submit to examination after direction by the appeals board, or a referee thereof, or in any way obstructs the...
California Labor Code Section 4055
Any physician who makes or is present at any such examination may be required to report or testify as to the results thereof.
California Labor Code Section 4055.2
Any party who subpoenas records in any proceeding under this division shall concurrent with service of the subpoena upon the person who has...
California Labor Code Section 4056
No compensation is payable in case of the death or disability of an employee when his death is caused, or when and so far as his disability is...
California Labor Code Section 4060
(a) This section shall apply to disputes over the compensability of any injury. This section shall not apply where injury to any part or parts of...
California Labor Code Section 4061
(a) Together with the last payment of temporary disability indemnity, the employer shall, in a form prescribed by the administrative director...
California Labor Code Section 4061.5
The treating physician primarily responsible for managing the care of the injured worker or the physician designated by that treating physician...
California Labor Code Section 4062
(a) If either the employee or employer objects to a medical determination made by the treating physician concerning any medical issues not covered by
California Labor Code Section 4062.1
(a) If an employee is not represented by an attorney, the employer shall not seek agreement with the employee on an agreed medical evaluator, nor...
California Labor Code Section 4062.2
(a) Whenever a comprehensive medical evaluation is required to resolve any dispute arising out of an injury or a claimed injury occurring on or after
California Labor Code Section 4062.3
(a) Any party may provide to the qualified medical evaluator selected from a panel any of the following information: (1) Records prepared or...
California Labor Code Section 4062.5
If a qualified medical evaluator selected from a panel fails to complete the formal medical evaluation within the timeframes established by the...
California Labor Code Section 4062.8
The administrative director shall develop, not later than January 1, 2004, and periodically revise as necessary thereafter, educational materials to...
California Labor Code Section 4063
If a formal medical evaluation from an agreed medical evaluator or a qualified medical evaluator selected from a three member panel resolves any...
California Labor Code Section 4064
(a) The employer shall be liable for the cost of each reasonable and necessary comprehensive medical-legal evaluation obtained by the employee...
California Labor Code Section 4066
When the employer files an application for adjudication of claim contesting the formal medical evaluation prepared by an agreed medical evaluator...
California Labor Code Section 4067
If the jurisdiction of the appeals board is invoked pursuant to Section 5803 upon the grounds that the effects of the injury have recurred,...
California Labor Code Section 4067.5
This article shall become operative for injuries occurring on and after January 1, 1991.
California Labor Code Section 4068
(a) Upon determining that a treating physician's report contains opinions that are the result of conjecture, are not supported by adequate evidence,...
California Labor Code Section 4150
When an employer has in his employment any person not included within the term "employee" as defined by Article 2 of Chapter 2 of Part 1 of this...
California Labor Code Section 4151
Election on the part of the employer shall be made in one of the following ways: (a) By insuring against liability for compensation, in which...
California Labor Code Section 4152
The statement, when filed, shall operate, within the meaning of Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 3600), to subject him or her to the compensation...
California Labor Code Section 4153
Such statement of acceptance includes persons whose employment is both casual and not in the course of the trade, business, profession, or occupation
California Labor Code Section 4154
Where any employer has made an election in either of the modes above prescribed, any person in his service is deemed to have accepted the...
California Labor Code Section 4155
The State and each county, city, district, and public agency thereof and all State institutions are conclusively presumed to have elected to come...
California Labor Code Section 4156
No liability for compensation shall attach to any employer of a person excluded by subdivision (h) of Section 3352 from the definition of "employee"...
California Labor Code Section 4157
Where any employer has made an election pursuant to this chapter to include under the compensation provisions of this division an independent...
California Labor Code Section 4201
It is the intent of this chapter to apply to all enrollees in economic opportunity programs, including, but not limited to, work training or work...
California Labor Code Section 4202
"Economic Opportunity Program" means any program adopted pursuant to Public Law 88-452, including, but not limited to, work training and work study.
California Labor Code Section 4203
"Enrollee" means any person enrolled in an economic opportunity program.
California Labor Code Section 4204
"Sponsoring agency" means any agency, entity, or institution, public or private, receiving grants or financial assistance, either directly or as a...
California Labor Code Section 4205
"Participating agency" means any agency, entity or institution, public or private, taking part in an economic opportunity program, other than a...
California Labor Code Section 4206
Except as provided in this chapter, an enrollee within a given economic opportunity program shall have no right to receive compensation from...
California Labor Code Section 4207
Compensation shall be furnished an enrollee for injury or to dependents if injury causes death, suffered within or without the state occurring in the
California Labor Code Section 4208
Where the conditions of compensation exist, the right to recover such compensation pursuant to the provisions of this chapter is the exclusive remedy
California Labor Code Section 4209
Insofar as not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter, all of the provisions of this division shall pertain to enrollees and their...
California Labor Code Section 4211
Where liability for compensation exists, such compensation shall be provided as limited by this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 4212
If an enrollee suffers injury or death in the performance of his duties under an economic opportunity program, then, irrespective of his remuneration
California Labor Code Section 4213
If the injury sustained by an enrollee causes permanent disability, the percentage of disability to total disability shall be determined for the...
California Labor Code Section 4214
In addition to death benefit in the event of fatal injury, the reasonable expenses of the enrollee's burial shall be paid not to exceed six hundred...
California Labor Code Section 4226
Should the United States government or any agent thereof, pursuant to federal statute, rule or regulations furnish benefits to enrollees or...
California Labor Code Section 4227
If the United States government or any agent thereof furnishes medical treatment to an injured enrollee, the enrollee will have no right to receive...
California Labor Code Section 4228
If the furnishing of medical treatment by the United States government or its agent takes the form of reimbursement of the enrollee, he shall have no
California Labor Code Section 4229
If the furnishing of compensation benefits to an enrollee or his dependents under this chapter prevents such enrollee or his dependents from...
California Labor Code Section 4350
The Office of Emergency Services shall administer this chapter as it relates to volunteer disaster service workers.
California Labor Code Section 4351
Compensation provided by this division is the exclusive remedy of a disaster service worker, or his or her dependents, for injury or death arising...
California Labor Code Section 4352
No compensation shall be paid or furnished to disaster service workers or their dependents pursuant to this division except from money appropriated...
California Labor Code Section 4353
If a disaster service worker suffers injury or death while in the performance of duties as a disaster service worker, then, irrespective of his or...
California Labor Code Section 4354
If the injury sustained by a disaster service worker causes permanent disability, the percentage of disability to total disability shall be...
California Labor Code Section 4355
(a) Should the United States Government or any agent thereof, in accordance with any federal statute, rule, or regulation, furnish monetary...
California Labor Code Section 4401
It is the declared policy of the state that qualified injured workers with asbestosis which arises out of and occurs in the course of employment...
California Labor Code Section 4402
(a) "Asbestosis" means any pathology, whether or not combined with preexisting pathology, which results in disability or need for medical treatment...
California Labor Code Section 4403
The Asbestos Workers' Account is hereby created in the Uninsured Employers Fund in the State Treasury, and shall be administered by the Director of...
California Labor Code Section 4404
Insofar as not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter, all of the provisions of this division shall pertain to asbestos workers and their...
California Labor Code Section 4405
Where the conditions of compensation exist under this division the right to recover workers' compensation asbestos workers' benefits pursuant to the...
California Labor Code Section 4406
(a) Payments as advances on workers' compensation asbestos workers' benefits shall be furnished an asbestos worker for injury resulting in...
California Labor Code Section 4407
When the account determines that the conditions in Section 4406 have occurred, payments as advances on workers' compensation asbestos workers'...
California Labor Code Section 4407.3
For purposes of this chapter, the death benefit shall be paid in installments in the same manner and amounts as temporary disability indemnity.
California Labor Code Section 4407.5
Benefits provided by this chapter shall not be commuted into a lump-sum payment.
California Labor Code Section 4408
Prior to seeking compensation benefits under this chapter, the asbestos worker shall first make claim on the employer or its workers' compensation...
California Labor Code Section 4409
The Director of Industrial Relations, or his or her representative, shall assign investigative and claims adjustment services respecting matters...
California Labor Code Section 4409.5
The administrative director shall appoint workers' compensation judges and support staff who shall give priority to the processing of the claims of...
California Labor Code Section 4410
The administrative director shall appoint at least two information and assistance officers who shall give priority to assisting asbestos workers...
California Labor Code Section 4411
(a) When a claim is made against the Asbestos Workers' Account, the account shall secure appropriate information, adjust the claim, and pay benefits...
California Labor Code Section 4412
The Asbestos Workers' Account shall take all reasonable and appropriate action to insure that recovery is made by the account for all moneys paid as...
California Labor Code Section 4413
No limitation of time provided by this division shall run against the Asbestos Workers' Account to initiate proceedings before the Workers'...
California Labor Code Section 4414
Immediately following the receipt of knowledge of initiation of proceedings before the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, or any other jurisdiction
California Labor Code Section 4415
In any hearing or proceeding, the Director of Industrial Relations may use attorneys from within the department, or the Attorney General, to...
California Labor Code Section 4416
Once an agreement as to the responsible employer is reached, or a decision is issued by the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board and becomes final,...
California Labor Code Section 4417
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to preclude the filing by an asbestos worker of a claim or suit for damages or indemnity against any...
California Labor Code Section 4418
The provisions of this chapter providing for the payment of workers' compensation asbestos workers' benefits from the Asbestos Workers' Account shall
California Labor Code Section 4451
Average annual earnings shall be taken as fifty-two times the average weekly earnings referred to in this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 4452
Four times the average annual earnings shall be taken at not less than four thousand eight hundred dollars and sixty-four cents ($4,800.64) nor more...
California Labor Code Section 4452.5
As used in this division: (a) "Permanent total disability" means a permanent disability with a rating of 100 percent permanent disability only.
California Labor Code Section 4453
(a) In computing average annual earnings for the purposes of temporary disability indemnity and permanent total disability indemnity only, the...
California Labor Code Section 4453.5
Benefits payable on account of an injury shall not be affected by a subsequent statutory change in amounts of indemnity payable under this division,...
California Labor Code Section 4454
In determining average weekly earnings within the limits fixed in Section 4453, there shall be included overtime and the market value of board,...
California Labor Code Section 4455
If the injured employee is under 18 years of age, and his or her incapacity is permanent, his or her average weekly earnings shall be deemed, within...
California Labor Code Section 4456
Where any employee is injured while engaged on any unemployment work relief program conducted by the State, or a political subdivision, or any State...
California Labor Code Section 4457
In the event the average weekly earnings of workmen associating themselves under a partnership agreement, the principal purpose of which is the...
California Labor Code Section 4458
If a member registered as an active firefighting member of any regularly organized volunteer fire department as described in Section 3361 suffers...
California Labor Code Section 4458.2
If an active peace officer of any department as described in Section 3362 suffers injury or death while in the performance of his or her duties as a...
California Labor Code Section 4458.5
If a member suffers "an injury" following termination of active service, and within the time prescribed in Section 3212, 3212.2, 3212.3, 3212.4,...
California Labor Code Section 4459
The fact that an employee has suffered a previous disability, or received compensation therefor, does not preclude him from compensation for a later...
California Labor Code Section 4550
Where liability for compensation exists under this division, such compensation shall be furnished or paid by the employer and shall be as provided in
California Labor Code Section 4551
Where the injury is caused by the serious and willful misconduct of the injured employee, the compensation otherwise recoverable therefor shall be...
California Labor Code Section 4552
The reduction of compensation because of the serious and willful misconduct of an employee is not enforceable, valid, or binding in any respect until
California Labor Code Section 4553
The amount of compensation otherwise recoverable shall be increased one-half, together with costs and expenses not to exceed two hundred fifty...
California Labor Code Section 4553.1
In order to support a holding of serious and willful misconduct by an employer based upon violation of a safety order, the appeals board must...
California Labor Code Section 4554
In case of the willful failure by an employer to secure the payment of compensation, the amount of compensation otherwise recoverable for injury or...
California Labor Code Section 4555
In case of failure by an employer to secure the payment of compensation, the appeals board may award a reasonable attorney's fee in addition to the...
California Labor Code Section 4555.5
Whenever a petition to reduce an award, based upon a permanent disability rating which has become final, is denied, the appeals board may order the...
California Labor Code Section 4556
The increases provided for by this article shall not be limited by the provisions of Chapter 1 of this part relating to maximum amounts in the...
California Labor Code Section 4557
Where the injury is to an employee under 16 years of age and illegally employed at the time of injury, the entire compensation otherwise recoverable...
California Labor Code Section 4558
(a) As used in this section: (1) "Employer" means a named identifiable person who is, prior to the time of the employee's injury or death, an...
California Labor Code Section 4600
(a) Medical, surgical, chiropractic, acupuncture, and hospital treatment, including nursing, medicines, medical and surgical supplies, crutches, and...
California Labor Code Section 4600.1
(a) Subject to subdivision (b), any person or entity that dispenses medicines and medical supplies, as required by Section 4600, shall dispense the...
California Labor Code Section 4600.2
(a) Notwithstanding Section 4600, when a self-insured employer, group of self-insured employers, insurer of an employer, or group of insurers...
California Labor Code Section 4600.3
(a) (1) Notwithstanding Section 4600, when a self-insured employer, group of self-insured employers, or the insurer of an employer contracts with a...
California Labor Code Section 4600.35
Any entity seeking to reimburse health care providers for health care services rendered to injured workers on a capitated, or per person per month...
California Labor Code Section 4600.4
(a) A workers' compensation insurer, third-party administrator, or other entity that requires, or pursuant to regulation requires, a treating...
California Labor Code Section 4600.5
(a) Any health care service plan licensed pursuant to the Knox-Keene Health Care Service Plan Act, a disability insurer licensed by the Department of
California Labor Code Section 4600.6
Any workers' compensation insurer, third-party administrator, or other entity seeking certification as a health care organization under subdivision...
California Labor Code Section 4600.7
(a) The Workers' Compensation Managed Care Fund is hereby created in the State Treasury for the administration of Sections 4600.3 and 4600.5 by the...
California Labor Code Section 4601
(a) If the employee so requests, the employer shall tender the employee one change of physician. The employee at any time may request that the...
California Labor Code Section 4602
If the employee so requests, the employer shall procure certification by either the administrative director or the appeals board as the case may be...
California Labor Code Section 4603
If the employer desires a change of physicians or chiropractor, he may petition the administrative director who, upon a showing of good cause by the...
California Labor Code Section 4603.2
(a) Upon selecting a physician pursuant to Section 4600, the employee or physician shall forthwith notify the employer of the name and address of the
California Labor Code Section 4603.4
(a) The administrative director shall adopt rules and regulations to do all of the following: (1) Ensure that all health care providers and...
California Labor Code Section 4603.5
The administrative director shall adopt rules pertaining to the format and content of notices required by this article; define reasonable geographic...
California Labor Code Section 4604
Controversies between employer and employee arising under this chapter shall be determined by the appeals board, upon the request of either party.
California Labor Code Section 4604.5
(a) Upon adoption by the administrative director of a medical treatment utilization schedule pursuant to Section 5307.27, the recommended guidelines...
California Labor Code Section 4605
Nothing contained in this chapter shall limit the right of the employee to provide, at his own expense, a consulting physician or any attending...
California Labor Code Section 4606
Any county, city and county, city, school district, or other public corporation within the state which was a self-insured employer under the...
California Labor Code Section 4607
Where a party to a proceeding institutes proceedings to terminate an award made by the appeals board to an applicant for continuing medical treatment
California Labor Code Section 4608
No workers' compensation insurer, self-insured employer, or agent of an insurer or self-insured employer, shall refuse to pay pharmacy benefits...
California Labor Code Section 4609
(a) In order to prevent the improper selling, leasing, or transferring of a health care provider's contract, it is the intent of the Legislature that
California Labor Code Section 4610
(a) For purposes of this section, "utilization review" means utilization review or utilization management functions that prospectively,...
California Labor Code Section 4610.1
An employee shall not be entitled to an increase in compensation under Section 5814 for unreasonable delay in the provision of medical treatment for...
California Labor Code Section 4611
(a) When a contracting agent sells, leases, or transfers a health provider's contract to a payor, the rights and obligations of the provider shall be
California Labor Code Section 4614
(a) (1) Notwithstanding Section 5307.1, where the employee's individual or organizational provider of health care services rendered under this...
California Labor Code Section 4614.1
Notwithstanding subdivision (f) of Section 1345 of the Health and Safety Code, a health care service plan licensed pursuant to the Knox-Keene Health...
California Labor Code Section 4616
(a) (1) On or after January 1, 2005, an insurer or employer may establish or modify a medical provider network for the provision of medical treatment
California Labor Code Section 4616.1
(a) An insurer or employer that offers a medical provider network under this division and that uses economic profiling shall file with the...
California Labor Code Section 4616.2
(a) An insurer or employer that arranges for care for injured employees through a medical provider network shall file a written continuity of care...
California Labor Code Section 4616.3
(a) When the injured employee notifies the employer of the injury or files a claim for workers' compensation with the employer, the employer shall...
California Labor Code Section 4616.4
(a) (1) The administrative director shall contract with individual physicians, as described in paragraph (2), or an independent medical review...
California Labor Code Section 4616.5
For purposes of this article, "employer" means a self-insured employer, joint powers authority, or the state.
California Labor Code Section 4616.6
No additional examinations shall be ordered by the appeals board and no other reports shall be admissable to resolve any controversy arising out of...
California Labor Code Section 4616.7
(a) A health care organization certified pursuant to Section 4600.5 shall be deemed approved pursuant to this article if it meets the percentage...
California Labor Code Section 4620
(a) For purposes of this article, a medical-legal expense means any costs and expenses incurred by or on behalf of any party, the administrative...
California Labor Code Section 4621
(a) In accordance with the rules of practice and procedure of the appeals board, the employee, or the dependents of a deceased employee, shall be...
California Labor Code Section 4622
All medical-legal expenses for which the employer is liable shall, upon receipt by the employer of all reports and documents required by the...
California Labor Code Section 4625
(a) Notwithstanding subdivision (d) of Section 4628, all charges for medical-legal expenses for which the employer is liable that are not in excess...
California Labor Code Section 4626
All charges for X-rays, laboratory services, and other diagnostic tests provided in connection with an industrial medical-legal evaluation shall be...
California Labor Code Section 4627
The board and the administrative director may promulgate such reasonable rules and regulations as may be necessary to interpret this article and...
California Labor Code Section 4628
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (c), no person, other than the physician who signs the medical-legal report, except a nurse performing those...
California Labor Code Section 4650
(a) If an injury causes temporary disability, the first payment of temporary disability indemnity shall be made not later than 14 days after...
California Labor Code Section 4650.5
Notwithstanding Section 4650, in the case of state civil service employees, employees of the Regents of the University of California, and employees...
California Labor Code Section 4651
(a) No disability indemnity payment shall be made by any written instrument unless it is immediately negotiable and payable in cash, on demand,...
California Labor Code Section 4651.1
Where a petition is filed with the appeals board concerning a continuing award of such appeals board, in which it is alleged that the disability has...
California Labor Code Section 4651.2
No petitions filed under Section 4651.1 shall be granted while the injured workman is pursuing a rehabilitation plan under Section 139.5 of this...
California Labor Code Section 4651.3
Where a petition is filed with the appeals board pursuant to the provisions of Section 4651.1, and is subsequently denied wholly by the appeals...
California Labor Code Section 4652
Except as otherwise provided by Section 4650.5, no temporary disability indemnity is recoverable for the disability suffered during the first three...
California Labor Code Section 4653
If the injury causes temporary total disability, the disability payment is two-thirds of the average weekly earnings during the period of such...
California Labor Code Section 4654
If the injury causes temporary partial disability, the disability payment is two-thirds of the weekly loss in wages during the period of such...
California Labor Code Section 4655
If the injury causes temporary disability which is at times total and at times partial, the weekly disability payment during the period of each total
California Labor Code Section 4656
(a) Aggregate disability payments for a single injury occurring prior to January 1, 1979, causing temporary disability shall not extend for more than
California Labor Code Section 4657
In case of temporary partial disability the weekly loss in wages shall consist of the difference between the average weekly earnings of the injured...
California Labor Code Section 4658
(a) For injuries occurring prior to January 1, 1992, if the injury causes permanent disability, the percentage of disability to total disability...
California Labor Code Section 4658.1
As used in this article, the following definitions apply: (a) "Regular work" means the employee's usual occupation or the position in which the...
California Labor Code Section 4658.5
(a) Except as provided in Section 4658.6, if the injury causes permanent partial disability and the injured employee does not return to work for the...
California Labor Code Section 4658.6
The employer shall not be liable for the supplemental job displacement benefit if the employer meets either of the following conditions: (a)...
California Labor Code Section 4659
(a) If the permanent disability is at least 70 percent, but less than 100 percent, 1.5 percent of the average weekly earnings for each 1 percent of...
California Labor Code Section 4660
(a) In determining the percentages of permanent disability, account shall be taken of the nature of the physical injury or disfigurement, the...
California Labor Code Section 4661
Where an injury causes both temporary and permanent disability, the injured employee is entitled to compensation for any permanent disability...
California Labor Code Section 4661.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, when any temporary total disability indemnity payment is made two years or more from the date...
California Labor Code Section 4662
Any of the following permanent disabilities shall be conclusively presumed to be total in character: (a) Loss of both eyes or the sight thereof.
California Labor Code Section 4663
(a) Apportionment of permanent disability shall be based on causation. (b) Any physician who prepares a report addressing the issue of permanent...
California Labor Code Section 4664
(a) The employer shall only be liable for the percentage of permanent disability directly caused by the injury arising out of and occurring in the...
California Labor Code Section 4700
The death of an injured employee does not affect the liability of the employer under Articles 2 (commencing with Section 4600) and 3 (commencing with
California Labor Code Section 4701
When an injury causes death, either with or without disability, the employer shall be liable, in addition to any other benefits provided by this...
California Labor Code Section 4702
(a) Except as otherwise provided in this section and Sections 4553, 4554, 4557, and 4558, and notwithstanding any amount of compensation paid or...
California Labor Code Section 4703
Subject to the provisions of Section 4704, this section shall determine the right to a death benefit. If there is any person wholly dependent for...
California Labor Code Section 4703.5
In the case of one or more totally dependent minor children, as defined in Section 3501, after payment of the amount specified in Section 4702, and...
California Labor Code Section 4703.6
The provisions of Section 4703.5 shall also apply to a totally dependent minor child of a local safety member as defined in Article 4 (commencing...
California Labor Code Section 4704
The appeals board may set apart or reassign the death benefit to any one or more of the dependents in accordance with their respective needs and in a
California Labor Code Section 4705
The person to whom the death benefit is paid for the use of the several beneficiaries shall apply it in compliance with the findings and directions...
California Labor Code Section 4706
(a) If a dependent beneficiary of any deceased employee dies and there is no surviving dependent, the payments of the death benefit accrued and...
California Labor Code Section 4706.5
(a) Whenever any fatal injury is suffered by an employee under circumstances that would entitle the employee to compensation benefits, but for his or
California Labor Code Section 4707
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), no benefits, except reasonable expenses of burial not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), shall be...
California Labor Code Section 4708
Upon application of any party in interest for a death benefit provided by this division on the death of an employee member of the Public Employees'...
California Labor Code Section 4709
(a) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, a dependent of a peace officer, as defined in Section 830.1, 830.2, 830.3, 830.31, 830.32, 830.33,...
California Labor Code Section 4720
As used in this article: (a) "Elected public official" means any person other than the President or Vice President of the United States who holds...
California Labor Code Section 4721
The surviving spouse or dependent minor children of an elected public official who is killed by assassination shall be entitled to a special death...
California Labor Code Section 4722
If the deceased elected public official is survived by a spouse with or without dependent minor children, such special death benefit shall be payable
California Labor Code Section 4723
The person or persons to whom the special death benefit is payable pursuant to Section 4722 shall, within one year of the date of death of the...
California Labor Code Section 4724
The person or persons to whom the special death benefit is payable pursuant to Section 4722 shall file a claim therefor with the State Board of...
California Labor Code Section 4725
The State Compensation Insurance Fund shall be the disbursing agent for payments made pursuant to this article and shall receive a fee for its...
California Labor Code Section 4726
The State Board of Control and the Administrative Director of the Division of Workers' Compensation shall jointly adopt rules and regulations as may
California Labor Code Section 4727
Any person who is convicted of any crime in connection with the assassination of an elected public official shall not be eligible for any benefits...
California Labor Code Section 4728
(a) A dependent of an elected public official, who was intentionally killed while holding office, in retaliation for, or to prevent the performance...
California Labor Code Section 4751
If an employee who is permanently partially disabled receives a subsequent compensable injury resulting in additional permanent partial disability so
California Labor Code Section 4753
Such additional compensation is not in addition to but shall be reduced to the extent of any monetary payments received by the employee, from any...
California Labor Code Section 4753.5
In any hearing, investigation, or proceeding, the state shall be represented by the Attorney General, or the attorneys of the Department of...
California Labor Code Section 4754
The appeals board shall fix and award the amounts of special additional compensation to be paid under this article, and shall direct the State...
California Labor Code Section 4754.5
Nothing in this article shall impair the right of the Attorney General or the Department of Industrial Relations to release by compromise any claims...
California Labor Code Section 4755
(a) The State Compensation Insurance Fund may draw from the State Treasury out of the Subsequent Injuries Benefits Trust Fund for the purposes...
California Labor Code Section 4800
Whenever any member of the Department of Justice falling within the "state peace officer/firefighter" class is disabled by injury arising out of and...
California Labor Code Section 4800.5
(a) Whenever any sworn member of the Department of the California Highway Patrol is disabled by a single injury, excluding disabilities that are the...
California Labor Code Section 4801
It shall be the duty of the appeals board to determine in the case of members of the California Highway Patrol, upon request of the Department of the
California Labor Code Section 4802
Any such member of the California Highway Patrol or Department of Justice, or any such harbor policeman, so disabled is entitled from the date of...
California Labor Code Section 4803
Whenever such disability of such member of the California Highway Patrol, or Department of Justice, or of such harbor policeman, continues for a...
California Labor Code Section 4804
No disability indemnity shall be paid to said member of the California Highway Patrol or harbor policeman as temporary disability concurrently with...
California Labor Code Section 4804.1
Whenever any member of a University of California fire department specified in Section 3212.4 falling within the active "firefighting and prevention...
California Labor Code Section 4804.2
It shall be the duty of the appeals board to determine in the case of members of a University of California fire department specified in Section...
California Labor Code Section 4804.3
Any such member of a University of California fire department specified in Section 4804.1, so disabled is entitled from the date of injury and...
California Labor Code Section 4804.4
Whenever such disability of such member of a University of California fire department, specified in Section 4804.1, continues for a period beyond one
California Labor Code Section 4804.5
No disability indemnity shall be paid to said member of a University of California fire department, specified in Section 4804.1, as temporary...
California Labor Code Section 4806
Whenever any member of the University of California Police Department falling within the "law enforcement" class is disabled by injury arising out of
California Labor Code Section 4807
It shall be the duty of the appeals board to determine, in the case of members of the University of California Police Department, upon the request of
California Labor Code Section 4808
Any such member of the University of California Police Department so disabled is entitled from the date of injury, and regardless of retirement under
California Labor Code Section 4809
Whenever such disability of such member of the University of California Police Department continues for a period beyond one year, such member shall...
California Labor Code Section 4810
No disability indemnity shall be paid to such member of the University of California Police Department as temporary disability concurrently with...
California Labor Code Section 4816
Pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement applicable to members of the California State University Police Department, whenever any member of that
California Labor Code Section 4817
It shall be the duty of the appeals board to determine, in the case of members of the California State University Police Department, upon the request
California Labor Code Section 4819
Whenever the disability of a member of the California State University Police Department continues for a period beyond one year, that member shall...
California Labor Code Section 4820
No disability indemnity shall be paid to a member of the California State University Police Department as temporary disability concurrently with...
California Labor Code Section 4850
(a) Whenever any person listed in subdivision (b) who is a member of the Public Employees' Retirement System or the Los Angeles City Employees'...
California Labor Code Section 4850.3
A city, county, special district, or harbor district that is a member of the Public Employees' Retirement System, is subject to the County Employees...
California Labor Code Section 4850.4
(a) A city, county, special district, or harbor district that is a member of the Public Employees' Retirement System, is subject to the County...
California Labor Code Section 4850.5
Any firefighter employed by the County of San Luis Obispo, and the sheriff or any officer or employee of the sheriff's office of the County of San...
California Labor Code Section 4850.7
(a) Any firefighter employed by a dependent or independent fire district may be entitled to the benefits of this article, if otherwise entitled to...
California Labor Code Section 4851
The governing body of any city, county, or city and county, in addition to anyone else properly entitled, including the Public Employees' Retirement...
California Labor Code Section 4852
The provisions of this article do not diminish or affect the right of any such officer or employee to the medical, surgical, and hospital benefits...
California Labor Code Section 4853
Whenever such disability of any such officer or employee continues for a period beyond one year, such member shall thereafter be subject as to...
California Labor Code Section 4854
No disability indemnity shall be paid to any such officer or employee concurrently with wages or salary payments.
California Labor Code Section 4855
This article shall not be applicable to individuals who are appointed as reserve public safety employees and are deemed to be employees of a county,...
California Labor Code Section 4856
(a) Whenever any local employee who is a firefighter, or peace officer as described in Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 830) of Title 3 of Part 2
California Labor Code Section 4900
No claim for compensation, except as provided in Section 96, is assignable before payment, but this provision does not affect the survival thereof.
California Labor Code Section 4901
No claim for compensation nor compensation awarded, adjudged, or paid, is subject to be taken for the debts of the party entitled to such...
California Labor Code Section 4902
No compensation, whether awarded or voluntarily paid, shall be paid to any attorney at law or in fact or other agent, but shall be paid directly to...
California Labor Code Section 4903
The appeals board may determine, and allow as liens against any sum to be paid as compensation, any amount determined as hereinafter set forth in...
California Labor Code Section 4903.1
(a) The appeals board, arbitrator, or settlement conference referee, before issuing an award or approval of any compromise of claim, shall determine,
California Labor Code Section 4903.2
Where a lien claimant is reimbursed pursuant to subdivision (f) or (g) of Section 4903 or Section 4903.1, for benefits paid or services provided, the
California Labor Code Section 4903.3
The director, as administrator of the Uninsured Employers Fund, may, in his discretion, provide compensation, including medical treatment, from the...
California Labor Code Section 4903.4
When a dispute arises concerning a lien for expenses incurred by or on behalf of the injured employee as provided by Article 2 (commencing with...
California Labor Code Section 4903.5
(a) No lien claim for expenses as provided in subdivision (b) of Section 4903 may be filed after six months from the date on which the appeals board...
California Labor Code Section 4903.6
(a) Except as necessary to meet the requirements of Section 4903.5, no lien claim or application for adjudication shall be filed under subdivision...
California Labor Code Section 4904
(a) If notice is given in writing to the insurer, or to the employer if uninsured, setting forth the nature and extent of any claim that is allowable
California Labor Code Section 4904.1
The payment of liens as provided in Section 4904, shall in no way affect the commencement of immediate payments on any balance of the award to the...
California Labor Code Section 4905
Where it appears in any proceeding pending before the appeals board that a lien should be allowed if it had been duly requested by the party entitled
California Labor Code Section 4906
(a) No charge, claim, or agreement for the legal services or disbursements mentioned in subdivision (a) of Section 4903, or for the expense mentioned
California Labor Code Section 4907
The privilege of any person, including attorneys admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of the state to appear in any proceeding as a...
California Labor Code Section 4908
A claim for compensation for the injury or death of any employee, or any award or judgment entered thereon, has the same preference over the other...
California Labor Code Section 4909
Any payment, allowance, or benefit received by the injured employee during the period of his incapacity, or by his dependents in the event of his...
California Labor Code Section 4909.1
Authorized representatives of the Department of Corrections, and the Department of the Youth Authority may request the State Compensation Insurance...
California Labor Code Section 5000
No contract, rule, or regulation shall exempt the employer from liability for the compensation fixed by this division, but nothing in this division...
California Labor Code Section 5001
Compensation is the measure of the responsibility which the employer has assumed for injuries or deaths which occur to employees in his employment...
California Labor Code Section 5002
A copy of the release or compromise agreement signed by both parties shall forthwith be filed with the appeals board. Upon filing with and approval...
California Labor Code Section 5003
Every release or compromise agreement shall be in writing and duly executed, and the signature of the employee or other beneficiary shall be attested
California Labor Code Section 5004
In case of death there shall also be stated in the release or compromise agreement: (a) The date of death. (b) The name of the widow. (c)...
California Labor Code Section 5005
In any case involving a claim of occupational disease or cumulative injury, as set forth in Section 5500.5, the employee and any employer, or any...
California Labor Code Section 5006
A determination of facts by the appeals board under this chapter has no collateral estoppel effect on a subsequent criminal prosecution and does not...
California Labor Code Section 5100
At the time of making its award, or at any time thereafter, the appeals board, on its own motion either upon notice, or upon application of either...
California Labor Code Section 5100.5
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 5100, the appeals board shall not commute the compensation payable under this division to a lump sum when...
California Labor Code Section 5100.6
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 5100, the appeals board shall not permit the commutation or settlement of prospective compensation or...
California Labor Code Section 5101
The amount of the lump sum shall be determined as follows: (a) If the injury causes temporary disability, the appeals board shall estimate the...
California Labor Code Section 5102
The appeals board may order the lump sum paid directly to the injured employee or his dependents, or deposited with any savings bank or trust company
California Labor Code Section 5103
Payments from the lump sum so deposited shall be made by the trustee only in the amounts and at the time fixed by order of the appeals board and...
California Labor Code Section 5104
In the appointment of the trustee, preference may be given to the choice of the injured employee or his dependents.
California Labor Code Section 5105
Upon the payment of a lump sum, the employer shall present to the appeals board a proper receipt evidencing the same, executed either by the injured...
California Labor Code Section 5106
The appeals board shall, upon the request of the Director of Industrial Relations, where the employer is uninsured and the installments of...
California Labor Code Section 5270
This part shall not apply in cases where an injured employee or dependent is involved unless the employee or dependent is represented by an attorney.
California Labor Code Section 5270.5
(a) The presiding workers' compensation judge at each district office shall prepare a list of all eligible attorneys who apply to be placed on the...
California Labor Code Section 5271
(a) The parties to a dispute submitted for arbitration may select any eligible attorney from the list prepared by the presiding workers' compensation
California Labor Code Section 5272
Arbitrators shall have all of the statutory and regulatory duties and responsibilities of a workers' compensation judge, as set forth in Chapter 1...
California Labor Code Section 5273
(a) In disputes between an employee and an employer, the employer shall pay all costs related to the arbitration proceeding, including use of...
California Labor Code Section 5275
(a) Disputes involving the following issues shall be submitted for arbitration: (1) Insurance coverage. (2) Right of contribution in accordance
California Labor Code Section 5276
(a) Arbitration proceedings may commence at any place and time agreed upon by all parties. (b) If the parties cannot agree on a time or place to...
California Labor Code Section 5277
(a) The arbitrator's findings and award shall be served on all parties within 30 days of submission of the case for decision. (b) The arbitrator's
California Labor Code Section 5278
(a) No disclosure of any offers of settlement made by any party shall be made to the arbitrator prior to the filing of the award. (b) Article 7...
California Labor Code Section 5300
All the following proceedings shall be instituted before the appeals board and not elsewhere, except as otherwise provided in Division 4: (a) For...
California Labor Code Section 5301
The appeals board is vested with full power, authority and jurisdiction to try and determine finally all the matters specified in Section 5300...
California Labor Code Section 5302
All orders, rules, findings, decisions, and awards of the appeals board shall be prima facie lawful and conclusively presumed to be reasonable and...
California Labor Code Section 5303
There is but one cause of action for each injury coming within the provisions of this division. All claims brought for medical expense, disability...
California Labor Code Section 5304
The appeals board has jurisdiction over any controversy relating to or arising out of Sections 4600 to 4605 inclusive, unless an express agreement...
California Labor Code Section 5305
The Division of Workers' Compensation, including the administrative director, and the appeals board have jurisdiction over all controversies arising
California Labor Code Section 5306
The death of an employer subsequent to the sustaining of an injury by an employee shall not impair the right of the employee to proceed before the...
California Labor Code Section 5307
(a) Except for those rules and regulations within the authority of the court administrator regarding trial level proceedings as defined in...
California Labor Code Section 5307.1
(a) The administrative director, after public hearings, shall adopt and revise periodically an official medical fee schedule that shall establish...
California Labor Code Section 5307.11
A health care provider or health facility licensed pursuant to Section 1250 of the Health and Safety Code, and a contracting agent, employer, or...
California Labor Code Section 5307.2
The administrative director shall contract with an independent consulting firm, to the extent permitted by state law, to perform an annual study of...
California Labor Code Section 5307.27
On or before December 1, 2004, the administrative director, in consultation with the Commission on Health and Safety and Workers' Compensation, shall
California Labor Code Section 5307.3
The administrative director may adopt, amend, or repeal any rules and regulations that are reasonably necessary to enforce this division, except...
California Labor Code Section 5307.4
(a) Public hearings required under Sections 5307 and 5307.3 shall be subject to the provisions of this section except to the extent that there is...
California Labor Code Section 5307.5
The appeals board or a workers' compensation judge may: (a) Appoint a trustee or guardian ad litem to appear for and represent any minor or...
California Labor Code Section 5307.6
(a) The administrative director shall adopt and revise a fee schedule for medical-legal expenses as defined by Section 4620, which shall be prima...
California Labor Code Section 5308
The appeals board has jurisdiction to determine controversies arising out of insurance policies issued to self-employing persons, conferring benefits
California Labor Code Section 5309
The appeals board may, in accordance with rules of practice and procedure which it shall adopt and upon the agreement of the parties, on the...
California Labor Code Section 5310
The appeals board may appoint one or more workers' compensation administrative law judges in any proceeding, as it may deem necessary or advisable,...
California Labor Code Section 5311
Any party to the proceeding may object to the reference of the proceeding to a particular workers' compensation judge upon any one or more of the...
California Labor Code Section 5311.5
The administrative director or the court administrator shall require all workers' compensation administrative law judges to participate in continuing
California Labor Code Section 5312
Before entering upon his or her duties, the workers' compensation judge shall be sworn, before an officer authorized to administer oaths, faithfully...
California Labor Code Section 5313
The appeals board or the workers' compensation judge shall, within 30 days after the case is submitted, make and file findings upon all facts...
California Labor Code Section 5315
Within 60 days after the filing of the findings, decision, order or award, the appeals board may confirm, adopt, modify or set aside the findings,...
California Labor Code Section 5316
Any notice, order, or decision required by this division to be served upon any person either before, during, or after the institution of any...
California Labor Code Section 5317
Any such notice, order or decision affecting the State or any county, city, school district, or public corporation therein, shall be served upon the...
California Labor Code Section 5318
(a) Implantable medical devices, hardware, and instrumentation for Diagnostic Related Groups (DRGs) 004, 496, 497, 498, 519, and 520 shall be...
California Labor Code Section 5400
Except as provided by sections 5402 and 5403, no claim to recover compensation under this division shall be maintained unless within thirty days...
California Labor Code Section 5401
(a) Within one working day of receiving notice or knowledge of injury under Section 5400 or 5402, which injury results in lost time beyond the...
California Labor Code Section 5401.7
The claim form shall contain, prominently stated, the following statement: "Any person who makes or causes to be made any knowingly false or...
California Labor Code Section 5402
(a) Knowledge of an injury, obtained from any source, on the part of an employer, his or her managing agent, superintendent, foreman, or other person
California Labor Code Section 5403
The failure to give notice under section 5400, or any defect or inaccuracy in a notice is not a bar to recovery under this division if it is found as
California Labor Code Section 5404
Unless compensation is paid within the time limited in this chapter for the institution of proceedings for its collection, the right to institute...
California Labor Code Section 5404.5
(a) Where a claim form has been filed prior to January 1, 1994, and where the claim is denied by the employer, the claim may be dismissed if there...
California Labor Code Section 5405
The period within which proceedings may be commenced for the collection of the benefits provided by Article 2 (commencing with Section 4600) or...
California Labor Code Section 5406
Except as provided in Section 5406.5 or 5406.6, the period within which may be commenced proceedings for the collection of the benefits provided by...
California Labor Code Section 5406.5
In the case of the death of an asbestos worker or firefighter from asbestosis, the period within which proceedings may be commenced for the...
California Labor Code Section 5406.6
(a) In the case of the death of a health care worker, a worker described in Section 3212, or a worker described in Section 830.5 of the Penal Code...
California Labor Code Section 5407
The period within which may be commenced proceedings for the collection of compensation on the ground of serious and willful misconduct of the...
California Labor Code Section 5407.5
The period within which may be commenced proceedings for the reduction of compensation on the ground of serious and willful misconduct of the...
California Labor Code Section 5408
If an injured employee or, in the case of the employee's death, any of the employee's dependents, is under 18 years of age or incompetent at any time
California Labor Code Section 5409
The running of the period of limitations prescribed by this chapter is an affirmative defense and operates to bar the remedy and not to extinguish...
California Labor Code Section 5410
Nothing in this chapter shall bar the right of any injured worker to institute proceedings for the collection of compensation, including vocational...
California Labor Code Section 5410.1
Should any party to a proceeding institute proceedings to reduce the amount of permanent disability awarded to an applicant by the appeals board and...
California Labor Code Section 5411
The date of injury, except in cases of occupational disease or cumulative injury, is that date during the employment on which occurred the alleged...
California Labor Code Section 5412
The date of injury in cases of occupational diseases or cumulative injuries is that date upon which the employee first suffered disability therefrom...
California Labor Code Section 5413
A determination of facts by the appeals board under this chapter has no collateral estoppel effect on a subsequent criminal prosecution and does not...
California Labor Code Section 5430
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Workers' Compensation Truth in Advertising Act of 1992.
California Labor Code Section 5431
The purpose of this chapter is to assure truthful and adequate disclosure of all material and relevant information in the advertising which solicits...
California Labor Code Section 5432
(a) Any advertisement which solicits persons to file workers' compensation claims or to engage or consult counsel or a medical care provider or...
California Labor Code Section 5433
(a) Any advertisement or other device designed to produce leads based on a response from a person to file a workers' compensation claim or to engage...
California Labor Code Section 5434
(a) Any advertiser who violates Section 5431 or 5432 is guilty of a misdemeanor. (b) For the purposes of this chapter, "advertiser" means any...
California Labor Code Section 5450
The Division of Workers' Compensation shall make available to employees, employers and other interested parties information, assistance, and advice...
California Labor Code Section 5451
Any party may consult with, or seek the advice of, an information and assistance officer within the Division of Workers' Compensation as designated...
California Labor Code Section 5453
After consideration of the information submitted, including the reports of any bureau or unit within the Division of Workers' Compensation which have
California Labor Code Section 5454
Submission of any matter to an information and assistance officer of the Division of Workers' Compensation shall toll any applicable statute of...
California Labor Code Section 5455
Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit any party from filing an application for benefits under this division. In any proceeding pursuant to such...
California Labor Code Section 5500
No pleadings other than the application and answer shall be required. Both shall be in writing and shall conform to forms prescribed by the appeals...
California Labor Code Section 5500.3
(a) The court administrator shall establish uniform district office procedures, uniform forms, and uniform time of court settings for all district...
California Labor Code Section 5500.5
(a) Except as otherwise provided in Section 5500.6, liability for occupational disease or cumulative injury claims filed or asserted on or after...
California Labor Code Section 5500.6
Liability for occupational disease or cumulative injury which results from exposure solely during employment as an employee, as defined in...
California Labor Code Section 5501
The application may be filed with the appeals board by any party in interest, his attorney, or other representative authorized in writing. A...
California Labor Code Section 5501.5
(a) The application for adjudication of claim shall be filed in any of the following locations: (1) In the county where the injured employee or...
California Labor Code Section 5501.6
(a) An applicant or defendant may petition the appeals board for a change of venue and a change of venue shall be granted for good cause. The...
California Labor Code Section 5502
(a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b) and (d), the hearing shall be held not less than 10 days, and not more than 60 days, after the date a...
California Labor Code Section 5502.5
A continuance of any conference or hearing required by Section 5502 shall not be favored, but may be granted by a workers' compensation judge upon...
California Labor Code Section 5503
The person so applying shall be known as the applicant and the adverse party shall be known as the defendant.
California Labor Code Section 5504
A notice of the time and place of hearing shall be served upon the applicant and all adverse parties and may be served either in the manner of...
California Labor Code Section 5505
If any defendant desires to disclaim any interest in the subject matter of the claim in controversy, or considers that the application is in any...
California Labor Code Section 5506
If the defendant fails to appear or answer, no default shall be taken against him, but the appeals board shall proceed to the hearing of the matter...
California Labor Code Section 5507
If an application shows upon its face that the applicant is not entitled to compensation, the appeals board may, after opportunity to the applicant...
California Labor Code Section 5600
The appeals board may, upon the filing of an application by or on behalf of an injured employee, the employee's dependents, or any other party in...
California Labor Code Section 5601
The provisions of Title 6.5 (commencing with Section 481.010) of Part 2 of the Code of Civil Procedure, as far as applicable, shall govern the...
California Labor Code Section 5602
No writ of attachment shall be issued except upon the order of the appeals board. Such order shall not be made where it appears from the application
California Labor Code Section 5603
In levying attachments preference shall be given to the real property of the employer.
California Labor Code Section 5700
The hearing on the application may be adjourned from time to time and from place to place in the discretion of the appeals board or the workers'...
California Labor Code Section 5701
The appeals board may, with or without notice to either party, cause testimony to be taken, or inspection of the premises where the injury occurred...
California Labor Code Section 5702
The parties to a controversy may stipulate the facts relative thereto in writing and file such stipulation with the appeals board. The appeals...
California Labor Code Section 5703
The appeals board may receive as evidence either at or subsequent to a hearing, and use as proof of any fact in dispute, the following matters, in...
California Labor Code Section 5703.5
(a) The appeals board, at any time after an application is filed and prior to the expiration of its jurisdiction may, upon the agreement of a party...
California Labor Code Section 5704
Transcripts of all testimony taken without notice and copies of all reports and other matters added to the record, otherwise than during the course...
California Labor Code Section 5705
The burden of proof rests upon the party or lien claimant holding the affirmative of the issue. The following are affirmative defenses, and the...
California Labor Code Section 5706
Where it is represented to the appeals board, either before or after the filing of an application, that an employee has died as a result of injuries...
California Labor Code Section 5707
If the body of a deceased employee is not in the custody of the coroner, the appeals board may authorize the performance of such autopsy and, if...
California Labor Code Section 5708
All hearings and investigations before the appeals board or a workers' compensation judge are governed by this division and by the rules of practice...
California Labor Code Section 5709
No informality in any proceeding or in the manner of taking testimony shall invalidate any order, decision, award, or rule made and filed as...
California Labor Code Section 5710
(a) The appeals board, a workers' compensation judge, or any party to the action or proceeding, may, in any investigation or hearing before the...
California Labor Code Section 5800
All awards of the appeals board either for the payment of compensation or for the payment of death benefits, shall carry interest at the same rate as
California Labor Code Section 5800.5
The 30-day period specified in Section 5313, shall run from the date of the submission of the application for decision and the provisions requiring...
California Labor Code Section 5801
The appeals board in its award may fix and determine the total amount of compensation to be paid and specify the manner of payment, or may fix and...
California Labor Code Section 5802
If, in any proceeding under this division, it is proved that an injury has been suffered for which the employer would be liable to pay compensation...
California Labor Code Section 5803
The appeals board has continuing jurisdiction over all its orders, decisions, and awards made and entered under the provisions of this division, and...
California Labor Code Section 5803.5
Any conviction pursuant to Section 1871.4 of the Insurance Code that materially affects the basis of any order, decision, or award of the appeals...
California Labor Code Section 5804
No award of compensation shall be rescinded, altered, or amended after five years from the date of the injury except upon a petition by a party in...
California Labor Code Section 5805
Any order, decision, or award rescinding, altering or amending a prior order, decision, or award shall have the effect herein provided for original...
California Labor Code Section 5806
Any party affected thereby may file a certified copy of the findings and order, decision, or award of the appeals board with the clerk of the...
California Labor Code Section 5807
The certified copy of the findings and order, decision, or award of the appeals board and a copy of the judgment constitute the judgment-roll. The...
California Labor Code Section 5808
The appeals board or a member thereof may stay the execution of any judgment entered upon an order, decision, or award of the appeals board, upon...
California Labor Code Section 5809
When a judgment is satisfied in fact, otherwise than upon an execution, the appeals board may, upon motion of either party or of its own motion,...
California Labor Code Section 5810
The orders, findings, decisions, or awards of the appeals board made and entered under this division may be reviewed by the courts specified in...
California Labor Code Section 5811
(a) No fees shall be charged by the clerk of any court for the performance of any official service required by this division, except for the...
California Labor Code Section 5813
(a) The workers' compensation referee or appeals board may order a party, the party's attorney, or both, to pay any reasonable expenses, including...
California Labor Code Section 5814
(a) When payment of compensation has been unreasonably delayed or refused, either prior to or subsequent to the issuance of an award, the amount of...
California Labor Code Section 5814.1
When the payment of compensation has been unreasonably delayed or refused prior to the issuance of an award, and the director has provided...
California Labor Code Section 5814.5
When the payment of compensation has been unreasonably delayed or refused subsequent to the issuance of an award by an employer that has secured the...
California Labor Code Section 5814.6
(a) Any employer or insurer that knowingly violates Section 5814 with a frequency that indicates a general business practice is liable for...
California Labor Code Section 5815
Every order, decision or award, other than an order merely appointing a trustee or guardian, shall contain a determination of all issues presented...
California Labor Code Section 5816
A determination of facts by the appeals board under this chapter has no collateral estoppel effect on a subsequent criminal prosecution and does not...
California Labor Code Section 5900
(a) Any person aggrieved directly or indirectly by any final order, decision, or award made and filed by the appeals board or a workers' compensation
California Labor Code Section 5901
No cause of action arising out of any final order, decision or award made and filed by the appeals board or a workers' compensation judge shall...
California Labor Code Section 5902
The petition for reconsideration shall set forth specifically and in full detail the grounds upon which the petitioner considers the final order,...
California Labor Code Section 5903
At any time within 20 days after the service of any final order, decision, or award made and filed by the appeals board or a workers' compensation...
California Labor Code Section 5904
The petitioner for reconsideration shall be deemed to have finally waived all objections, irregularities, and illegalities concerning the matter upon
California Labor Code Section 5905
A copy of the petition for reconsideration shall be served forthwith upon all adverse parties by the person petitioning for reconsideration. Any...
California Labor Code Section 5906
Upon the filing of a petition for reconsideration, or having granted reconsideration upon its own motion, the appeals board may, with or without...
California Labor Code Section 5907
If, at the time of granting reconsideration, it appears to the satisfaction of the appeals board that no sufficient reason exists for taking further...
California Labor Code Section 5908
(a) After the taking of additional evidence and a consideration of all of the facts the appeals board may affirm, rescind, alter, or amend the...
California Labor Code Section 5908.5
Any decision of the appeals board granting or denying a petition for reconsideration or affirming, rescinding, altering, or amending the original...
California Labor Code Section 5909
A petition for reconsideration is deemed to have been denied by the appeals board unless it is acted upon within 60 days from the date of filing.
California Labor Code Section 5910
The filing of a petition for reconsideration shall suspend for a period of 10 days the order, decision, or award affected, insofar as it applies to...
California Labor Code Section 5911
Nothing contained in this article shall be construed to prevent the appeals board, on petition of an aggrieved party or on its own motion, from...
California Labor Code Section 5950
Any person affected by an order, decision, or award of the appeals board may, within the time limit specified in this section, apply to the Supreme...
California Labor Code Section 5951
The writ of review shall be made returnable at a time and place then or thereafter specified by court order and shall direct the appeals board to...
California Labor Code Section 5952
The review by the court shall not be extended further than to determine, based upon the entire record which shall be certified by the appeals board,...
California Labor Code Section 5953
The findings and conclusions of the appeals board on questions of fact are conclusive and final and are not subject to review. Such questions of...
California Labor Code Section 5954
The provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure relating to writs of review shall, so far as applicable, apply to proceedings in the courts under the...
California Labor Code Section 5955
No court of this state, except the Supreme Court and the courts of appeal to the extent herein specified, has jurisdiction to review, reverse,...
California Labor Code Section 5956
The filing of a petition for, or the pendency of, a writ of review shall not of itself stay or suspend the operation of any order, rule, decision, or
California Labor Code Section 6000
The operation of any order, decision, or award of the appeals board under the provisions of this division or any judgment entered thereon, shall not...
California Labor Code Section 6001
The undertaking shall provide that: (a) The petitioner and sureties are bound in double the amount named in such order, decision, or award. (b)
California Labor Code Section 6002
The undertaking shall be filed with the appeals board. The certificate of the appeals board, or any proper officer thereof, of the filing and...
California Labor Code Section 6100
The purpose of this division is to effect economy, efficiency, and continuity in the public service by providing means for increasing the willingness
California Labor Code Section 6101
Unless the context otherwise requires, as used in this division: (a) "State agency" means any agency, department, division, commission, board,...
California Labor Code Section 6110
Any State agency may, by appropriate action, undertake to provide hospitalization, medical treatment and indemnity, including death benefits, to its...
California Labor Code Section 6111
The State Compensation Insurance Fund may enter into a master agreement with the State Department of Finance to render services in accordance with...
California Labor Code Section 6112
The master agreement shall provide for the rendition of services at a uniform rate to all State agencies.
California Labor Code Section 6113
The fund may make all expenditures, including payments to claimants for medical care or for adjustment or settlement of claims.
California Labor Code Section 6114
The agreement shall provide that the State agency whose officer or employee is a claimant shall reimburse the fund for the expenditures and for the...
California Labor Code Section 6115
The fund may in its own name, or in the name of the State agency for which services are performed, do any and all things necessary to recover on...
California Labor Code Section 6130
In lieu of direct payments pursuant to Chapter 2 of this division, any State agency may obtain by insurance from the State Compensation Insurance...
California Labor Code Section 6131
The premium for such insurance shall be a proper charge against any moneys appropriated for the support of or expenditure by such State agency. In...
California Labor Code Section 6140
The hospitalization, medical treatment, and indemnity, including death benefits, provided pursuant to this division shall be the same as provided by...
California Labor Code Section 6141
Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, the provisions of Division 4 of this code, relating to benefits, procedure, and limitations, and all...
California Labor Code Section 6142
The provisions of Sections 3212, 3212.5, 3361, 4458, and 4800 to 4855, inclusive, of this code, as well as of other sections of Division 4 of this...
California Labor Code Section 6143
The appeals board is vested with all power not inconsistent with Article VI of the Constitution of the State of California to hear and determine any...
California Labor Code Section 6144
The appeals board may try and determine controversies under this division referred to it by the parties under the provisions of Title 9 (commencing...
California Labor Code Section 6145
The state, acting by or through any state agency, or when the consent of the opposing party is obtained, shall submit to the appeals board all...
California Labor Code Section 6146
In acting as arbitrator, the appeals board has all the powers which it has in compensation cases, and its findings and award upon an arbitration have
California Labor Code Section 6147
No state agency, either directly or through its adjusting agency, the State Compensation Insurance Fund, shall pay or provide any benefit authorized...
California Labor Code Section 6148
The insurer, when insurance exists, shall not pay or provide any benefit authorized by this division unless and until the claimant makes and delivers
California Labor Code Section 6149
Nothing shall preclude an employee from negotiating the agreement mentioned in Sections 6147 and 6148 prior to the occurrence of injury.
California Labor Code Section 6200
Every public agency, its insurance carrier, and the State Department of Rehabilitation shall jointly formulate procedures for the selection and...
California Labor Code Section 6201
The employer or insurance carrier shall notify the injured employee of the availability of rehabilitation services in those cases where there is...
California Labor Code Section 6202
The initiation of a rehabilitation plan shall be the joint responsibility of the injured employee, and the employer or the insurance carrier.
California Labor Code Section 6203
If a rehabilitation plan requires an injured employee to attend an educational or medical facility away from his home, the injured employee shall be...
California Labor Code Section 6204
An injured employee agreeing to a rehabilitation plan shall cooperate in carrying it out. On his unreasonable refusal to comply with the provisions...
California Labor Code Section 6205
The injured employee may agree with his employer or insurance carrier upon a rehabilitation plan without submission of such plan for approval to the...
California Labor Code Section 6206
The injured employee shall receive such medical and vocational rehabilitative services as may be reasonably necessary to restore him to suitable...
California Labor Code Section 6207
The injured employee's rehabilitation benefit is an additional benefit and shall not be converted to or replace any workmen's compensation benefit...
California Labor Code Section 6208
The initiation and acceptance of a rehabilitation program shall be voluntary and not compulsory upon the employer, the insurance carrier, or the...
California Labor Code Section 6300
The California Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1973 is hereby enacted for the purpose of assuring safe and healthful working conditions for all
California Labor Code Section 6301
The definitions set forth in this chapter shall govern the construction and interpretation of this part.
California Labor Code Section 6302
As used in this division: (a) "Director" means the Director of Industrial Relations. (b) "Department" means the Department of Industrial...
California Labor Code Section 6303
(a) "Place of employment" means any place, and the premises appurtenant thereto, where employment is carried on, except a place where the health and...
California Labor Code Section 6303.5
Nothing in this division shall be construed to limit the jurisdiction of the state over any employmment or place of employment by reason of the...
California Labor Code Section 6304
"Employer" shall have the same meaning as in Section 3300.
California Labor Code Section 6304.1
(a) "Employee" means every person who is required or directed by any employer to engage in any employment or to go to work or be at any time in any...
California Labor Code Section 6304.2
Notwithstanding Section 6413, and except as provided in Sections 6304. 3 and 6304.4, any state prisoner engaged in correctional industry, as defined
California Labor Code Section 6304.3
(a) A Correctional Industry Safety Committee shall be established in accordance with Department of Corrections administrative procedures at each...
California Labor Code Section 6304.4
A prisoner engaged in correctional industry, as defined by the Department of Corrections, shall not be considered an employee for purposes of the...
California Labor Code Section 6304.5
It is the intent of the Legislature that the provisions of this division, and the occupational safety and health standards and orders promulgated...
California Labor Code Section 6305
(a) "Occupational safety and health standards and orders" means standards and orders adopted by the standards board pursuant to Chapter 6 (commencing
California Labor Code Section 6306
(a) "Safe," "safety," and "health" as applied to an employment or a place of employment mean such freedom from danger to the life, safety, or health...
California Labor Code Section 6307
The division has the power, jurisdiction, and supervision over every employment and place of employment in this state, which is necessary adequately...
California Labor Code Section 6307.1
The State Department of Health Services shall assist the division in the enforcement of Section 25910 of the Health and Safety Code in the manner...
California Labor Code Section 6308
The division, in enforcing occupational safety and health standards and orders and special orders may do any of the following: (a) Declare and...
California Labor Code Section 6308.5
Hearings conducted by the division pursuant to this part shall give any affected employer or other affected person the opportunity to submit facts or
California Labor Code Section 6309
If the division learns or has reason to believe that an employment or place of employment is not safe or is injurious to the welfare of an employee,...
California Labor Code Section 6310
(a) No person shall discharge or in any manner discriminate against any employee because the employee has done any of the following: (1) Made any...
California Labor Code Section 6311
No employee shall be laid off or discharged for refusing to perform work in the performance of which this code, including Section 6400, any...
California Labor Code Section 6312
Any employee who believes that he or she has been discharged or otherwise discriminated against by any person in violation of Section 6310 or 6311...
California Labor Code Section 6313
(a) The division shall investigate the causes of any employment accident that is fatal to one or more employees or that results in a serious injury...
California Labor Code Section 6313.5
The division shall transmit to the Registrar of Contractors copies of any reports made in any investigation conducted pursuant to subdivision (a) of...
California Labor Code Section 6314
(a) To make an investigation or inspection, the chief of the division and all qualified divisional inspectors and investigators authorized by him or...
California Labor Code Section 6314.1
(a) The division shall establish a program for targeting employers in high hazardous industries with the highest incidence of preventable...
California Labor Code Section 6314.5
(a) Every inspection conducted by the division shall include an evaluation of the employer's injury prevention program established pursuant to...
California Labor Code Section 6315
(a) There is within the division a Bureau of Investigations. The bureau is responsible for directing accident investigations involving violations of...
California Labor Code Section 6315.3
The bureau shall, not later than February 15, annually submit to the division for submission to the director a report on the activities of the...
California Labor Code Section 6315.5
All occupational safety and health standards and orders, rules, regulations, findings, and decisions of the division made and entered pursuant to...
California Labor Code Section 6316
Except as limited by Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 140) of Division 1, nothing in this part shall deprive the governing body of any county,...
California Labor Code Section 6317
If, upon inspection or investigation, the division believes that an employer has violated Section 25910 of the Health and Safety Code or any...
California Labor Code Section 6317.5
(a) If, upon inspection or investigation, the division finds that an employer has falsified any materials posted in the workplace or distributed to...
California Labor Code Section 6317.7
If, upon inspection or investigation, the division finds no violations pursuant to this chapter, the division with reasonable promptness shall issue...
California Labor Code Section 6318
(a) Each citation issued under Section 6317, and each special order or action ordered pursuant to Section 6308, or a copy or copies thereof, shall be
California Labor Code Section 6319
(a) If, after an inspection or investigation, the division issues a citation pursuant to Section 6317 or an order pursuant to Section 6308, it shall,
California Labor Code Section 6319.3
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b) of this section and subdivision (j) of Section 6401.7, no civil penalty shall be assessed against any new...
California Labor Code Section 6319.5
Upon a showing by an employer of a good-faith effort to comply with the abatement requirement of a citation, and that abatement has not been...
California Labor Code Section 6320
(a) If, after inspection or investigation, the division issues a special order, order to take special action, or a citation for a serious violation,...
California Labor Code Section 6321
No person or employer shall be given advance warning of an inspection or investigation by any authorized representative of the division unless...
California Labor Code Section 6322
All information reported to or otherwise obtained by the chief or his representatives in connection with any inspection or proceeding of the division
California Labor Code Section 6323
If the condition of any employment or place of employment or the operation of any machine, device, apparatus, or equipment constitutes a serious...
California Labor Code Section 6324
The application to the superior court accompanied by affidavit showing that such place of employment, machine, device, apparatus, or equipment is...
California Labor Code Section 6325
When, in the opinion of the division, a place of employment, machine, device, apparatus, or equipment or any part thereof is in a dangerous...
California Labor Code Section 6325.5
If the division has reasonable cause to believe that any workplace contains friable asbestos, and if there appears to be inadequate protection for...
California Labor Code Section 6326
Every person who, after such notice is attached as provided in Section 6325, enters any such place of employment, or uses or operates any such place...
California Labor Code Section 6327
Once an authorized representative of the division has prohibited entry in or use of a place of employment, machine, device, apparatus, or equipment,...
California Labor Code Section 6327.5
If the division arbitrarily or capriciously fails to take action to prevent or prohibit any conditions or practices in any employment or place of...
California Labor Code Section 6328
The division shall prepare a notice containing pertinent information regarding safety rules and regulations. The notice shall contain the address...
California Labor Code Section 6329
All money collected for violation of standards, orders, or special orders of, or for fees paid pursuant to this division shall be paid into the state
California Labor Code Section 6330
The director shall prepare and submit to the Legislature, not later than March 1, an annual report on the division activities. The report shall...
California Labor Code Section 6331
The division shall enter into a contract for the development and execution of tests to define safety standards for the use of positive pressure,...
California Labor Code Section 6332
(a) For purposes of this section, the following terms have the following meanings: (1) "Community health care worker" means an individual who...
California Labor Code Section 6350
The division shall maintain an education and research program for the purpose of providing in-service training of division personnel, safety...
California Labor Code Section 6351
The division shall be responsible for preparation and distribution of information concerning occupational safety and health programs, methods,...
California Labor Code Section 6352
The division shall provide safety training programs, upon request, for employees and employers. Priority for the development of safety training...
California Labor Code Section 6353
The division shall conduct continuing research into methods, means, operations, techniques, processes and practices necessary for improvement of...
California Labor Code Section 6354
The division shall, upon request, provide a full range of occupational safety and health consulting services to any employer or employee group. ...
California Labor Code Section 6354.5
(a) Any insurer desiring to write workers' compensation insurance shall maintain or provide occupational safety and health loss control consultation...
California Labor Code Section 6354.7
(a) The Workers' Occupational Safety and Health Education Fund is hereby created as a special account in the State Treasury. Proceeds of the fund may
California Labor Code Section 6354.7
(a) The Workers' Occupational Safety and Health Education Fund is hereby created as a special account in the State Treasury. Proceeds of the fund may
California Labor Code Section 6355
If the employer requests or accepts consulting services offered pursuant to Section 6354, the division in providing such services at the employer's...
California Labor Code Section 6356
(a) There is hereby created, in the General Fund, the Worker Safety Bilingual Investigative Support, Enforcement, and Training Account. The moneys...
California Labor Code Section 6357
On or before January 1, 1995, the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board shall adopt standards for ergonomics in the workplace designed to...
California Labor Code Section 6359
(a) The Legislature finds and declares the following: (1) Every year 70 adolescents die from work injuries in the United States and 200,000 are...
California Labor Code Section 6360
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Hazardous Substances Information and Training Act.
California Labor Code Section 6361
(a) The Legislature finds and declares the following: (1) Hazardous substances in the workplace in some forms and concentrations pose potential...
California Labor Code Section 6362
The rights and duties set forth in this chapter apply to all employers who use hazardous substances in this state, to any person who sells a...
California Labor Code Section 6363
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require a manufacturer or employer to conduct studies to develop new information.
California Labor Code Section 6365
Unless the context otherwise requires, the definitions in this article and the provisions of Article 1 shall govern the construction of provisions of
California Labor Code Section 6366
"CAS number" means the unique identification number assigned by the Chemical Abstracts Service to specific chemical substances.
California Labor Code Section 6367
"Chemical name" is the scientific designation of a substance in accordance with the nomenclature system developed by the International Union of Pure...
California Labor Code Section 6368
"Common name" means any designation or identification such as code name, code number, trade name, or brand name used to identify a substance other...
California Labor Code Section 6370
"Expose" or "exposure" means any situation arising from work operation where an employee may ingest, inhale, absorb through the skin or eyes, or...
California Labor Code Section 6371
"Impurity" means a hazardous substance which is unintentionally present with another substance or mixture.
California Labor Code Section 6372
"Manufacturer" means a person who produces, synthesizes, extracts, or otherwise makes a hazardous substance.
California Labor Code Section 6373
"Mixture" means any solution or intimate admixture of two or more substances, at least one of which is present as a hazardous substance, as...
California Labor Code Section 6374
"MSDS" means a material safety data sheet prepared pursuant to Section 6390. A label in 8-point or larger type, prepared pursuant to Section 6390,...
California Labor Code Section 6380
For the purposes of this chapter, the director, pursuant to Section 6382, shall establish a list of hazardous substances and shall make the list...
California Labor Code Section 6380.5
(a) Prior to the director's adoption of the list of hazardous substances, the director shall submit the list to the Occupational Safety and Health...
California Labor Code Section 6381
Substances not present on the list of hazardous substances adopted pursuant to Section 6380 shall not be subject to the provisions of this chapter. ...
California Labor Code Section 6382
The director shall prepare and amend the list of hazardous substances according to the following procedure: (a) Any substance designated in any of
California Labor Code Section 6383
(a) For the purposes of this chapter, a hazardous substance is present in any mixture or product if it is present in any of the following...
California Labor Code Section 6384
This chapter does not apply to impurities which develop as intermediate materials during chemical processing but are not present in the final...
California Labor Code Section 6385
The provisions of this chapter do not apply to hazardous substances contained in either of the following: (a) Products intended for personal...
California Labor Code Section 6386
(a) A laboratory in which a hazardous substance is used by or under the direct supervision of a technically qualified individual is not an employer...
California Labor Code Section 6390
The manufacturer of any hazardous substance listed pursuant to the provisions of Section 6380 shall prepare and provide its direct purchasers of the...
California Labor Code Section 6390.5
The manufacturer, importer, and distributor of any hazardous substance, and the employer, shall label each container of a hazardous substance in a...
California Labor Code Section 6391
The information which manufacturers shall provide to their purchasers pursuant to the provisions of Section 6390 shall include the following, if...
California Labor Code Section 6392
Provision of a federal Material Safety Data Sheet or equivalent shall constitute prima facie proof of compliance with Section 6390.
California Labor Code Section 6393
The manufacturer shall be relieved of the obligation to provide a specific purchaser of a hazardous substance with an MSDS pursuant to Section 6390...
California Labor Code Section 6394
The preparer of an MSDS shall provide the department with a copy of the MSDS on each hazardous substance it manufactures. The preparer may transmit...
California Labor Code Section 6395
(a) The manufacturer may provide the information required by Section 6390 on an entire product mixture, instead of on each hazardous substance in it,
California Labor Code Section 6396
(a) The Director of Industrial Relations shall protect from disclosure any and all trade secrets coming into his or her possession, as defined in...
California Labor Code Section 6397
(a) Any person other than a manufacturer who sells a mixture or any hazardous substance shall provide its direct purchasers of the mixture or...
California Labor Code Section 6398
The Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board shall adopt a standard setting forth an employer's duties toward its employees under this chapter,
California Labor Code Section 6399
Upon request, the manufacturer of a hazardous substance or the producer of a mixture who has produced a mixture MSDS pursuant to the provisions of...
California Labor Code Section 6399.1
Compliance with regulations of the Director of Food and Agriculture issued pursuant to Section 12981 of the Food and Agricultural Code shall be...
California Labor Code Section 6399.2
This article shall become operative 180 days after adoption of the initial list of hazardous substances pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with...
California Labor Code Section 6399.5
The provisions of this chapter regarding manufacturers, employers, and persons subject to the provisions of Section 6397, shall be enforced pursuant...
California Labor Code Section 6399.6
The provision of information to an employee pursuant to the provisions of this chapter shall not in any way affect any other liability of an employer
California Labor Code Section 6399.7
No person shall discharge or in any manner discriminate against, any employee because such employee has filed any complaint or has instituted, or...
California Labor Code Section 6400
(a) Every employer shall furnish employment and a place of employment that is safe and healthful for the employees therein. (b) On multiemployer...
California Labor Code Section 6401
Every employer shall furnish and use safety devices and safeguards, and shall adopt and use practices, means, methods, operations, and processes...
California Labor Code Section 6401.5
No salvage of materials shall be permitted while demolition is in progress on any building, structure, falsework, or scaffold more than three stories
California Labor Code Section 6401.7
(a) Every employer shall establish, implement, and maintain an effective injury prevention program. The program shall be written, except as provided
California Labor Code Section 6402
No employer shall require, or permit any employee to go or be in any employment or place of employment which is not safe and healthful.
California Labor Code Section 6403
No employer shall fail or neglect to do any of the following: (a) To provide and use safety devices and safeguards reasonably adequate to render...
California Labor Code Section 6404
No employer shall occupy or maintain any place of employment that is not safe and healthful.
California Labor Code Section 6404.5
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that regulation of smoking in the workplace is a matter of statewide interest and concern. It is the intent of
California Labor Code Section 6405
No employer, owner, or lessee of any real property shall construct or cause to be constructed any place of employment that is not safe and healthful.
California Labor Code Section 6406
No person shall do any of the following: (a) Remove, displace, damage, destroy or carry off any safety device, safeguard, notice, or warning,...
California Labor Code Section 6407
Every employer and every employee shall comply with occupational safety and health standards, with Section 25910 of the Health and Safety Code, and...
California Labor Code Section 6408
All employers shall provide information to employees in the following ways, as prescribed by authorized regulations: (a) Posting of information...
California Labor Code Section 6409
(a) Every physician as defined in Section 3209.3 who attends any injured employee shall file a complete report of every occupational injury or...
California Labor Code Section 6409.1
(a) Every employer shall file a complete report of every occupational injury or occupational illness, as defined in subdivision (b) of Section 6409,...
California Labor Code Section 6409.2
Whenever a state, county, or local fire or police agency is called to an accident involving an employee covered by this part in which a serious...
California Labor Code Section 6409.3
In no case shall the treatment administered for pesticide poisoning or a condition suspected as pesticide poisoning be deemed to be first aid...
California Labor Code Section 6409.5
(a) Whenever any local public fire agency has knowledge that a place of employment where garment manufacturing operations take place contains fire or
California Labor Code Section 6410
The reports required by subdivision (a) of Section 6409 and Section 6413 shall be made in the form and detail and within the time limits prescribed...
California Labor Code Section 6410.5
The reports required by subdivision (a) of Section 6409, subdivision (a) of Section 6409.1, and Section 6413 shall contain, prominently stated, the...
California Labor Code Section 6411
Every employer or insurer receiving forms with directions from the Division of Labor Statistics and Research to complete them shall cause them to be...
California Labor Code Section 6412
No report of injury or illness required by subdivision (a) of Section 6409.1 shall be open to public inspection or made public, nor shall those...
California Labor Code Section 6413
(a) The Department of Corrections, and every physician or surgeon who attends any injured state prisoner, shall file with the Division of Labor...
California Labor Code Section 6413.2
(a) The Division of Labor Statistics and Research shall, within five working days of their receipt, transmit to the Division of Occupational Safety...
California Labor Code Section 6413.5
Any employer or physician who fails to comply with any provision of subdivision (a) of Section 6409, or Section 6409.1, 6409.2, 6409.3, or 6410 may...
California Labor Code Section 6423
(a) Except where another penalty is specifically provided, every employer and every officer, management official, or supervisor having direction,...
California Labor Code Section 6425
(a) Any employer and any employee having direction, management, control, or custody of any employment, place of employment, or of any other employee,
California Labor Code Section 6426
Whoever knowingly makes any false statement, representation, or certification in any application, record, report, plan, or other document filed or...
California Labor Code Section 6427
Any employer who violates any occupational safety or health standard, order, or special order, or Section 25910 of the Health and Safety Code, and...
California Labor Code Section 6428
Any employer who violates any occupational safety or health standard, order, or special order, or Section 25910 of the Health and Safety Code, if...
California Labor Code Section 6428.5
An employer's injury prevention program shall be deemed to be operative for the purposes of Sections 6427 and 6428 if it meets the criteria for...
California Labor Code Section 6429
(a) Any employer who willfully or repeatedly violates any occupational safety or health standard, order, or special order, or Section 25910 of the...
California Labor Code Section 6430
(a) Any employer who fails to correct a violation of any occupational safety or health standard, order, or special order, or Section 25910 of the...
California Labor Code Section 6431
Any employer who violates any of the posting or recordkeeping requirements as prescribed by regulations adopted pursuant to Sections 6408 and 6410,...
California Labor Code Section 6432
(a) As used in this part, a "serious violation" shall be deemed to exist in a place of employment if there is a substantial probability that death or
California Labor Code Section 6433
The civil penalties set forth in Sections 6427 to 6431, inclusive, shall not be considered as other penalties specifically provided within the...
California Labor Code Section 6434
(a) Any civil or administrative penalty assessed pursuant to this chapter against a school district, county board of education, county superintendent
California Labor Code Section 6434.5
(a) Any civil or administrative penalty assessed pursuant to this chapter against a public police or city, county, or special district fire...
California Labor Code Section 6435
(a) Any employer who violates any of the requirements of Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 6500) of this part shall be assessed a civil penalty...
California Labor Code Section 6436
The criminal complaint regarding a violation of Section 6505.5 may be brought by the Attorney General or by the district attorney or prosecuting...
California Labor Code Section 6450
(a) Any employer may apply to the division for a temporary order granting a variance from an occupational safety or health standard. Such temporary...
California Labor Code Section 6451
An application for a temporary order under Section 6450 shall contain all of the following: (a) A specification of the standard or portion thereof
California Labor Code Section 6452
The division is authorized to grant a temporary variance from any standard or portion thereof whenever it determines such variance is necessary to...
California Labor Code Section 6454
The division may, in accordance with Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, make such
California Labor Code Section 6455
Any employer or other person adversely affected by the granting or denial of a temporary variance may appeal to the standards board within 15 working
California Labor Code Section 6456
A decision of the standards board on a variance appeal is binding on the director and the division with respect to the parties involved in the...
California Labor Code Section 6457
The standards board shall conduct hearings and render decisions on appeals of decisions of the division relating to allowance or denial of temporary...
California Labor Code Section 6500
(a) For those employments or places of employment that by their nature involve a substantial risk of injury, the division shall require the issuance...
California Labor Code Section 6501
Any employer subject to Section 6500 shall apply to the division for a permit pursuant to Section 6500. Such application for a permit shall contain...
California Labor Code Section 6501.5
Effective January 1, 1987, any employer or contractor who engages in asbestos-related work, as defined in Section 6501.8, and which involves 100...
California Labor Code Section 6501.7
"Asbestos" means fibrous forms of various hydrated minerals, including chrysotile (fibrous serpentine), crocidolite (fibrous riebecktite), amosite...
California Labor Code Section 6501.8
(a) For purposes of this chapter, "asbestos-related work" means any activity which by disturbing asbestos-containing construction materials may...
California Labor Code Section 6501.9
The owner of a commercial or industrial building or structure, employer, or contractor who engages in, or contracts for, asbestos-related work shall...
California Labor Code Section 6502
The division may issue a permit based on a determination the employer has demonstrated evidence that the conditions, practices, means, methods,...
California Labor Code Section 6503
A safety conference shall include representatives of the owner or contracting agency, the contractor, the employer, employees and employee...
California Labor Code Section 6503.5
A safety conference shall be held for all asbestos handling jobs prior to the start of actual work. It shall include representatives of the owner or
California Labor Code Section 6504
Any employer issued a permit pursuant to this chapter shall post a copy or copies of the permit pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 6408.
California Labor Code Section 6505
The division may at any time, upon good cause being shown therefor, and after notice and an opportunity to be heard revoke any permit issued pursuant
California Labor Code Section 6505.5
(a) The division may, upon good cause shown, and after notice to the employer or contractor by the division and an opportunity to be heard, revoke or
California Labor Code Section 6506
(a) Any employer denied a permit upon application, or whose permit is revoked, may appeal such denial or revocation to the director. (b) The...
California Labor Code Section 6507
The division shall set a fee to be charged for such permits in an amount reasonably necessary to cover the costs involved in investigating and...
California Labor Code Section 6508
No permit shall be required of the State of California, a city, city and county, county, district, or public utility subject to the jurisdiction of...
California Labor Code Section 6508.5
No entity shall be exempt from registration. The State of California, a city, city and county, county, district, or public utility subject to the...
California Labor Code Section 6509
Any person, or agent or officer thereof, who violates this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 6509.5
(a) If an asbestos consultant has made an inspection for the purpose of determining the presence of asbestos or the need for related remedial action...
California Labor Code Section 6510
(a) If, after inspection or investigation, the division finds that an employer, without a valid permit, is engaging in activity for which a permit is
California Labor Code Section 6600
Any employer served with a citation or notice pursuant to Section 6317, or a notice of proposed penalty under this part, or any other person...
California Labor Code Section 6600.5
Any employer served with a special order or any action order by the division pursuant to Section 6308, or any other person obligated to the employer...
California Labor Code Section 6601
If within 15 working days from receipt of the citation or notice of civil penalty issued by the division, the employer fails to notify the appeals...
California Labor Code Section 6601.5
If, within 15 working days from receipt of a special order, or action order by the division, the employer fails to notify the appeals board that he...
California Labor Code Section 6602
If an employer notifies the appeals board that he or she intends to contest a citation issued under Section 6317, or notice of proposed penalty...
California Labor Code Section 6603
(a) The rules of practice and procedure adopted by the appeals board shall be consistent with Article 8 (commencing with Section 11435.05) of Chapter
California Labor Code Section 6604
The appeals board may, in accordance with rules of practice and procedure which it shall adopt, direct and order a hearing officer: (a) To try the
California Labor Code Section 6605
The appeals board may appoint one or more hearing officers in any proceeding, as it may deem necessary or advisable, and may defer, remove to itself,
California Labor Code Section 6606
Any party to the proceeding may object to the reference of the proceeding to a particular hearing officer upon any one or more of the grounds...
California Labor Code Section 6607
Before entering upon his duties, the hearing officer shall be sworn, before an officer authorized to administer oaths, faithfully and fairly to hear...
California Labor Code Section 6608
The appeals board or a hearing officer shall, within 30 days after the case is submitted, make and file findings upon all facts involved in the...
California Labor Code Section 6609
Within 30 days after the filing of the findings, decision, or order, the appeals board may confirm, adopt, modify or set aside the findings, order,...
California Labor Code Section 6610
Any notice, order, or decision required by this part to be served upon any person either before, during, or after the institution of any proceeding...
California Labor Code Section 6611
(a) If the employer fails to appear, the appeals board may dismiss the appeal or may take action upon the employer's express admissions or upon other
California Labor Code Section 6612
No informality in any proceeding or in the manner of taking testimony shall invalidate any order, decision, or finding made and filed as specified in
California Labor Code Section 6613
The appeals board, a hearing officer, or any party to the action or proceeding, may, in any investigation or hearing before the appeals board, cause...
California Labor Code Section 6614
(a) At any time within 30 days after the service of any final order or decision made and filed by the appeals board or a hearing officer, any party...
California Labor Code Section 6615
No cause of action arising out of any final order or decision made and filed by the appeals board or a hearing officer shall accrue in any court to...
California Labor Code Section 6616
The petition for reconsideration shall set forth specifically and in full detail the grounds upon which the petitioner considers the final order or...
California Labor Code Section 6617
The petition for reconsideration may be based upon one or more of the following grounds and no other: (a) That by such order or decision made and...
California Labor Code Section 6618
The petitioner for reconsideration shall be deemed to have finally waived all objections, irregularities, and illegalities concerning the matter upon
California Labor Code Section 6619
A copy of the petition for reconsideration shall be served forthwith upon all parties by the person petitioning for reconsideration. Any party may...
California Labor Code Section 6620
Upon the filing of a petition for reconsideration, or having granted reconsideration upon its own motion, the appeals board may, with or without...
California Labor Code Section 6621
If at the time of granting reconsideration, it appears to the satisfaction of the appeals board that no sufficient reason exists for taking further...
California Labor Code Section 6622
After the taking of additional evidence and a consideration of all of the facts the appeals board may affirm, rescind, alter, or amend the original...
California Labor Code Section 6623
Any decision of the appeals board granting or denying a petition for reconsideration or affirming, rescinding, altering, or amending the original...
California Labor Code Section 6624
A petition for reconsideration is deemed to have been denied by the appeals board unless it is acted upon within 45 days from the date of filing. The
California Labor Code Section 6625
The filing of a petition for reconsideration shall suspend for a period of 10 days the order or decision affected, insofar as it applies to the...
California Labor Code Section 6626
Nothing contained in this chapter shall be construed to prevent the appeals board, on petition of an aggrieved party or on its own motion, from...
California Labor Code Section 6627
Any person affected by an order or decision of the appeals board may, within the time limit specified in this section, apply to the superior court of
California Labor Code Section 6628
The writ of mandate shall be made returnable at a time and place then or thereafter specified by court order and shall direct the appeals board to...
California Labor Code Section 6629
The review by the court shall not be extended further than to determine, based upon the entire record which shall be certified by the appeals board,...
California Labor Code Section 6630
The findings and conclusions of the appeals board on questions of fact are conclusive and final and are not subject to review. Such questions of...
California Labor Code Section 6631
The provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure relating to writs of mandate shall, so far as applicable, apply to proceedings in the courts under the...
California Labor Code Section 6632
No court of this state, except the Supreme Court, the courts of appeal, and the superior court to the extent herein specified, has jurisdiction to...
California Labor Code Section 6633
The filing of a petition for, or the pendency of, a writ of mandate shall not of itself stay or suspend the operation of any order, rule or decision...
California Labor Code Section 6650
(a) After the expiration of the period during which a penalty may be appealed, no appeal having been filed, the department may file with the clerk of
California Labor Code Section 6651
(a) Notwithstanding Section 340 of the Code of Civil Procedure, an action to collect any civil penalty, fee, or penalty fee under this division shall
California Labor Code Section 6652
The division shall provide the Contractors' State License Board with a certified copy of every notice of civil penalty deemed to be a final order...
California Labor Code Section 6700
(a) Any employer who causes or allows the use of any flammable or combustible material for the installation acceptance pressure test of any gas...
California Labor Code Section 6701
It shall be the duty of the standards board to determine by the maximum allowable standards of emissions of contaminants from portable and from...
California Labor Code Section 6702
All portable and all mobile internal combustion engines that are used inside factories, manufacturing plants, warehouses, buildings and other...
California Labor Code Section 6703
Sections 6701 and 6702 shall apply to all portable and all mobile internal combustion engines used inside factories, manufacturing plants,...
California Labor Code Section 6704
All crawler and wheel cranes with cable-controlled booms and with rated lifting capacity of more than 10 tons sold or operated in this state shall be
California Labor Code Section 6705
No contract for public works involving an estimated expenditure in excess of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000), for the excavation of any trench
California Labor Code Section 6705.5
Regulations of the department requiring the shoring, bracing, or sloping of excavations, or which contain similar requirements for excavations, shall
California Labor Code Section 6706
For the purposes of subdivision (a) of Section 6500, only one permit shall be required for a project involving several trenches or excavations. The...
California Labor Code Section 6707
Whenever the state, a county, city and county, or city issues a call for bids for the construction of a pipeline, sewer, sewage disposal system,...
California Labor Code Section 6708
Every contractor on a construction project, including but not limited to any public works, shall maintain adequate emergency first aid treatment for...
California Labor Code Section 6710
(a) At every place of employment where explosives are used in the course of employment, there shall be a person licensed pursuant to the provisions...
California Labor Code Section 6711
(a) The division shall develop and administer an oral and written examination for persons using explosives, as defined in Section 6710, while engaged
California Labor Code Section 6712
(a) The standards board shall, no later than December 1, 1991, adopt an occupational safety and health standard for field sanitation. The standard...
California Labor Code Section 6716
For the purposes of this division, "lead-related construction work" means any of the following: (a) Any construction, alteration, painting,...
California Labor Code Section 6717
(a) On or before February 1, 1994, the division shall propose to the standards board for its review and adoption, a standard that protects the health
California Labor Code Section 6718
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any test procedures adopted by a state agency to determine compliance with vapor emission standards, by...
California Labor Code Section 6719
The Legislature reaffirms its concern over the prevalence of repetitive motion injuries in the workplace and reaffirms the Occupational Safety and...
California Labor Code Section 6800
The division has jurisdiction over: (a) The safety and health of railroad employees employed in offices and in shops devoted to the construction,...
California Labor Code Section 6801
The jurisdiction vested in the division shall in no instance, except those affecting exclusively the safety of employees, impair, diminish, or in any
California Labor Code Section 6802
If the division makes or issues any order, decision, ruling or direction under this chapter which, in the judgment of the Public Utilities...
California Labor Code Section 6900
Notwithstanding Section 6800, the Public Utilities Commission shall enforce the provisions of this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 6900.1
This Act shall be known and cited as the Railroad Anti-Featherbedding Law of 1964.
California Labor Code Section 6900.5
It is the policy of the people of the State of California that featherbedding practices in the railroad industry should be eliminated and that...
California Labor Code Section 6901
(a) No common carrier operating more than four trains each way per day of 24 hours on any main track or branch line of railroad within this state, or
California Labor Code Section 6902
(a) For purposes of this section, "revenue service" means passenger train service during which passengers are carried or are scheduled to be...
California Labor Code Section 6904
Nothing in this chapter shall apply to a locomotive or locomotives without cars, except that each locomotive shall have one engineer and one fireman...
California Labor Code Section 6905
This chapter shall not apply to any relief or wrecking train in any case where a number of employees sufficient to comply with this chapter is not...
California Labor Code Section 6906
No common carrier shall employ any person as: (a) A locomotive engineer who has not had at least three years' actual service as a locomotive...
California Labor Code Section 6907
Nothing in this chapter shall apply to the running or operating of locomotives or motor power cars to and from trains at terminals by hostlers or of...
California Labor Code Section 6908
Any violation of this chapter is a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 6909
Nothing in this chapter shall apply to the operation of any train by a common carrier during times of strikes or walkouts, participated in by any of...
California Labor Code Section 6910
Nothing in this chapter shall apply to gasoline motor cars operated exclusively on branch lines or to trains of less than three cars propelled by...
California Labor Code Section 6950
On any railroad train where the engine is accompanied by a tender of the Vanderbilt or similar type of construction and where the clearance between...
California Labor Code Section 6951
Any railroad company operating a line in whole or in part within this state, or any receiver of any railroad, that fails to comply with any provision
California Labor Code Section 6952
Every railroad company operating engines within any part of this state shall provide each engine cab with a substantial and safe handrail along the...
California Labor Code Section 6953
Any electric car operated in interurban service and any electric locomotive shall be equipped exclusively with laminated safety glass in the...
California Labor Code Section 6954
On and after the first day of September, 1946, it shall be unlawful to operate any electric car in interurban service or any electric locomotive...
California Labor Code Section 6955
Laminated safety glass is glass so treated or combined with other materials as to reduce, in comparison with ordinary sheet glass or plate glass, the
California Labor Code Section 6956
Any common carrier violating Sections 6953 or 6954 is guilty of a misdemeanor for each violation, punishable by a fine of not less than two hundred...
California Labor Code Section 7000
As used in this section "caboose" means a caboose forming a part of a train and occupied by employees or caretakers, or both. If conditions...
California Labor Code Section 7100
As used in this article, "building" means any multifloor building, other than structural steel framed building, more than two stories high in the...
California Labor Code Section 7101
Every building shall have the joists, beams, or girders of floors below the floor or level where any work is being done, or about to be done, covered
California Labor Code Section 7102
Every building which is of reinforced concrete construction, with reinforced concrete floors, shall have the floor filled in, either with forms or...
California Labor Code Section 7103
Every building having wooden floors other than a steel frame building shall have the underflooring, if double flooring is to be used, laid on each...
California Labor Code Section 7104
If a span of a floor on a building exceeds 13 feet, an intermediate beam shall be used to support the temporary flooring, but spans not to exceed 16...
California Labor Code Section 7105
If building operations are suspended and the temporary flooring required by this article is removed, the building shall be replanked upon the...
California Labor Code Section 7106
Where a building is being constructed in sections each section constitutes a building for the purpose of this article.
California Labor Code Section 7107
Planked floors on buildings shall be tightly laid together of proper thickness, grade and span to carry the working load; such working load to be...
California Labor Code Section 7108
Safety belts and nets shall be required in accordance with Article 24 (commencing with Section 1669) of subchapter 4 of Chapter 4 of Part 1 of Title...
California Labor Code Section 7109
No person shall proceed with any work assigned to or undertaken by him, or require or permit any other person to proceed with work assigned to or...
California Labor Code Section 7110
The Division of Occupational Safety and Health shall enforce this article.
California Labor Code Section 7150
As used in this article, "scaffolding" includes scaffolding and staging.
California Labor Code Section 7151
If the working platform of any scaffolding swung or suspended from an overhead support is more than 10 feet above the ground, floor or area to which...
California Labor Code Section 7152
In addition to the duties imposed by any law regulating or relating to scaffolding, an employer who uses or permits the use of scaffolding described...
California Labor Code Section 7153
Platforms or floors of such scaffolding shall be not less than 14 inches in width and shall be free from knots or fractures impairing their strength.
California Labor Code Section 7154.1
The use of lean-to scaffolds, sometimes known as jack scaffolds, as support for scaffolds is hereby prohibited.
California Labor Code Section 7155
Violation of any provision of section 7151 to 7154 inclusive is a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 7156
Any person employing or directing another to do or perform any labor in the construction, alteration, repairing, painting, or cleaning of any house,...
California Labor Code Section 7157
The division may make and enforce safety orders in the manner prescribed by law, to supplement and carry into effect the purposes and provisions of...
California Labor Code Section 7158
The division shall enforce the provisions of this article.
California Labor Code Section 7200
As used in this article: (a) "Construction elevator" includes any means used to hoist persons or material of any kind on a building under course...
California Labor Code Section 7201
Every construction elevator used in buildings shall have a system of signals for the purpose of signaling the person operating or controlling the...
California Labor Code Section 7202
The person in charge of a building shall appoint one or more persons to give such signals. Such person shall be selected from those most familiar...
California Labor Code Section 7203
The board shall make, and may from time to time amend, general safety orders in the manner prescribed by law. Such orders shall specify and fix the...
California Labor Code Section 7204
The division shall inspect all construction elevators. If any part of the construction or system of signals used on a construction elevator is...
California Labor Code Section 7205
Any person, or the agent or officer thereof, who violates any provision of this article is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of not less...
California Labor Code Section 7250
As used in this article "building" means any multifloor structural steel framed building more than two stories high in the course of construction.
California Labor Code Section 7251
As defined above, these provisions shall apply to buildings erected in tiers or stories and shall not apply to steel framed buildings having large...
California Labor Code Section 7252
The derrick or working floor of every building shall be solidly decked over its entire surface except for access openings.
California Labor Code Section 7253
There shall be a tight and substantial temporary floor within two floors below and directly under that portion of each tier of beams on which...
California Labor Code Section 7254
Temporary floors shall be wood planking of proper thickness, grade and span to carry the working load, but shall not be less than two inches thick,...
California Labor Code Section 7255
Provision shall be made to secure temporary flooring against displacement by strong winds or other forces.
California Labor Code Section 7256
Planks shall extend a minimum of 12 inches beyond centerline of their supports at each end.
California Labor Code Section 7257
Wire mesh or plywood (exterior grade) shall be used to cover openings adjacent to columns where planks do not fit tightly.
California Labor Code Section 7258
Metal decking where used in lieu of wood planking shall be of equivalent strength and shall be laid tightly and secured to prevent movement.
California Labor Code Section 7259
Floor planks that are temporarily removed for any reason whatsoever shall be replaced as soon as work requiring their removal is completed or the...
California Labor Code Section 7260
Prior to removal of temporary floor plank, employees shall be instructed by assigned supervision the steps to be taken to perform the work safely and
California Labor Code Section 7261
When gathering and stacking temporary floor plank on a lower floor, in preparation for transferring such plank for use on an upper working floor, the
California Labor Code Section 7262
When gathering and stacking temporary floor planks from the last panel, the steel erector's personnel assigned to such work shall be protected by...
California Labor Code Section 7263
The sequence of erection, bolting, temporary guying, riveting and welding shall be such as to maintain the stability of the structural frame at all...
California Labor Code Section 7264
Where a building is being constructed in sections, each section constitutes a building as defined in Section 7250.
California Labor Code Section 7265
Safety belts and nets shall be required in accordance with Article 24 (commencing with Section 1669) of subchapter 4 of Chapter 4 of Part 1 of Title...
California Labor Code Section 7266
No person shall proceed with any work assigned to or undertaken by him, or require or permit any other person to proceed with work assigned to or...
California Labor Code Section 7267
The Division of Occupational Safety and Health shall enforce this article.
California Labor Code Section 7300
The Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (a) It is the purpose of this chapter to promote public safety awareness and to assure,...
California Labor Code Section 7300.1
As used in this chapter: (a) "ASCE 21" means the Automated People Mover Standards, as adopted by the American Society of Civil Engineers. (b)...
California Labor Code Section 7300.2
Except as provided in Section 7300.3, this chapter covers the design, erection, construction, installation, material alteration, inspection, testing,
California Labor Code Section 7300.3
Equipment not covered by this chapter includes the following: (a) Material hoists within the scope of standard A10.5 as adopted by the American...
California Labor Code Section 7300.4
This chapter does not apply to work that is not related to standards for conveyances that are (a) incorporated in codes promulgated by the American...
California Labor Code Section 7301
No conveyance shall be operated in this state unless a permit for its operation is issued by or in behalf of the division, and unless the permit...
California Labor Code Section 7301.1
(a) On and after June 30, 2003, no conveyance may be erected, constructed, installed, or materially altered, as defined by regulation of the...
California Labor Code Section 7301.5
(a) The standards board shall adopt regulations pertaining to conveyances, including, but not limited to, conveyance emergency and signal devices,...
California Labor Code Section 7302
The operation of a conveyance without a permit by any person owning or having the custody, management, or control of the operation of the conveyance,
California Labor Code Section 7302.1
(a) Any person who contracts for or authorizes the erection, construction, installation, or material alteration of a conveyance without a permit in...
California Labor Code Section 7302.2
The division may assess a civil penalty of not more than seventy thousand dollars ($70,000) against any person, and against any employer or...
California Labor Code Section 7303
(a) Whenever any conveyance is operated without a current valid permit issued pursuant to Section 7304, and is in a condition that its use is...
California Labor Code Section 7304
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), the division shall cause all conveyances to be inspected at least once each year. If a conveyance is...
California Labor Code Section 7305
If inspection shows that a conveyance is in an unsafe condition, the division may issue a preliminary order requiring repairs or alterations to be...
California Labor Code Section 7306
Unless the preliminary order is complied with, a hearing before the division shall be allowed, upon request, at which the owner, operator, or other...
California Labor Code Section 7307
(a) If it thereafter appears to the division that the conveyance is unsafe and that the requirements contained in the preliminary order should be...
California Labor Code Section 7308
If the operation of a conveyance during the making of repairs or alterations is not immediately dangerous to the safety of persons, the division may...
California Labor Code Section 7309
The division may cause the inspection herein provided for to be made either by its safety inspectors or by any qualified elevator inspector employed...
California Labor Code Section 7309.1
(a) On and after June 30, 2003, no conveyance subject to this chapter shall be reinspected by any person unless the person is a conveyance inspector...
California Labor Code Section 7310
The division may also issue its permit or a permit may be issued on its behalf based upon a certificate of inspection issued by a conveyance...
California Labor Code Section 7311
All persons inspecting conveyances shall first secure from the division a certificate of competency to make those inspections. The division may...
California Labor Code Section 7311.1
(a) On and after June 30, 2003, no conveyance subject to this chapter shall be erected, constructed, installed, materially altered, tested,...
California Labor Code Section 7311.2
(a) On and after June 30, 2003, except as provided in subdivisions (b) and (c) of Section 7301.5, any person who, without supervision, erects,...
California Labor Code Section 7311.3
(a) A certificate issued by the division to the certified qualified conveyance inspector, certified qualified conveyance company, or certified...
California Labor Code Section 7311.4
(a) The division shall establish fees for initial and renewal applications for certification under this chapter as a certified qualified conveyance...
California Labor Code Section 7311.5
(a) A person, firm, or corporation that maintains and repairs solely special purpose personnel elevators on cranes that utilize a rack and pinion...
California Labor Code Section 7312
The division may at any time, upon good cause being shown therefor, and after notice and an opportunity to be heard, revoke any permit to operate a...
California Labor Code Section 7313
Each conveyance inspector shall, within 21 days after he or she makes an inspection, forward to the division on forms provided by it, a report of the
California Labor Code Section 7314
(a) The division may fix and collect fees for the inspection of conveyances as it deems necessary to cover the actual costs of having the inspection...
California Labor Code Section 7315
Fees shall be paid before the issuance of any permit to operate a conveyance, but a temporary permit may be issued pending receipt of fee payment. ...
California Labor Code Section 7316
All fees collected by the division under this chapter shall be paid into the Elevator Safety Account which is hereby created for the administration...
California Labor Code Section 7317
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), the following conveyances are exempt from this chapter: (1) Conveyances under the jurisdiction of the...
California Labor Code Section 7318
Nothing in this chapter limits the authority of the division to prescribe or enforce general or special safety orders.
California Labor Code Section 7319
All elevators used for the carriage of passengers shall be provided with a suitable seat for the operator in charge. Failure to comply with this...
California Labor Code Section 7320
The division may assess a civil penalty not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000) against any person owning or having custody, management, or ...
California Labor Code Section 7321
(a) The division may assess a civil penalty not to exceed seventy thousand dollars ($70,000) against any person owning or having custody, management,
California Labor Code Section 7321.5
The division shall enforce Sections 7320 and 7321 by issuance of a citation and notice of civil penalty in a manner consistent with Sections 6317 and
California Labor Code Section 7322
(a) Once an authorized representative of the division has issued an order prohibiting the use of a conveyance as specified in Sections 7301, 7305, ...
California Labor Code Section 7323
The division shall propose to the standards board for review, and the standards board shall adopt, regulations for the equipment covered by this...
California Labor Code Section 7324
Individuals, firms, or companies certified as described in this chapter shall ensure that installation, service, and maintenance of conveyances are...
California Labor Code Section 7324.1
This chapter shall not be construed to relieve or lessen the responsibility or liability of any person, firm, or corporation owning, operating,...
California Labor Code Section 7324.2
The provisions of this chapter added or amended by the act enacting this section shall not be applied retroactively. Equipment subject to this...
California Labor Code Section 7325
"Building," as used in this chapter, means any building three stories or more in height, and whether heretofore constructed or hereafter to be...
California Labor Code Section 7326
There shall be securely attached to the outside window sills or frames of the window of any building, rings, bolts, lugs, fittings, or other devices...
California Labor Code Section 7327
In lieu of the safety devices enumerated in Section 7326, the division may approve the installation or use of any other devices or means which will...
California Labor Code Section 7328
Any person employing, directing or permitting another to do or perform any labor upon any windows which have not the safety devices as provided for...
California Labor Code Section 7329
Every person owning or entitled to possession, under any lease, sublease, or agreement for a longer period than one year, or under any renewal lease,
California Labor Code Section 7330
Every person who fails to provide the safety devices as set forth in this chapter upon any building hereafter to be constructed, and who thereafter...
California Labor Code Section 7331
The division may make and enforce such safety orders and rules as it considers necessary and proper to carry into effect the purposes and provisions...
California Labor Code Section 7332
The division shall enforce the provisions of this chapter.
California Labor Code Section 7340
As used in this chapter: (a) "Aerial passenger tramway" includes any method or device used primarily for the purpose of transporting persons by...
California Labor Code Section 7341
No aerial passenger tramway shall be operated in any place in this state unless a permit for the operation thereof is issued by the division, and...
California Labor Code Section 7342
The operation of an aerial passenger tramway by any person owning or having the custody, management, or operation thereof without a permit is a...
California Labor Code Section 7343
Whenever an aerial passenger tramway in any place is being operated without the permit herein required, and is in such condition that its use is...
California Labor Code Section 7344
(a) The division shall cause all aerial passenger tramways to be inspected at least two times each year. (b) At least one of the inspections...
California Labor Code Section 7345
If inspection shows an aerial passenger tramway to be in an unsafe condition, the division may issue a preliminary order requiring repairs or...
California Labor Code Section 7346
Unless the preliminary order is complied with, a hearing before the division shall be allowed, upon request, at which the owner, operator, or other...
California Labor Code Section 7347
If it thereafter appears to the division that the aerial passenger tramway is unsafe and that the requirements contained in the preliminary order...
California Labor Code Section 7348
If the operation of an aerial passenger tramway during the making of repairs or alterations is not immediately dangerous to the safety of employees...
California Labor Code Section 7349
The inspection herein provided for shall be made by a division safety engineer or, on ski lifts, by a certified tramway inspector qualified under...
California Labor Code Section 7350
(a) The division may fix and collect fees for the inspection of aerial passenger tramways as it deems necessary to cover the actual cost of having...
California Labor Code Section 7351
Fees shall be paid before issuance of a permit to operate an aerial passenger tramway, except that the division, at its own discretion, may issue a...
California Labor Code Section 7352
All fees collected by the division under this chapter shall be deposited into the Elevator Safety Account to support the division' s aerial passenger
California Labor Code Section 7353
No aerial passenger tramway shall be constructed or altered until the plans and design information have been properly certified to the division by an
California Labor Code Section 7354
The division shall not issue an operating permit to operate an aerial passenger tramway until it receives certification in writing by an engineer...
California Labor Code Section 7354.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, in any case in which an insurer admitted to transact insurance in this state has inspected or...
California Labor Code Section 7355
Nothing in the foregoing sections of this chapter shall limit the authority of the division to prescribe or enforce general or special safety orders.
California Labor Code Section 7356
The division shall, under the authority of Section 7355, promulgate and cause to be published safety orders directing each owner or operator of an...
California Labor Code Section 7357
The division shall establish standards for the qualification of persons engaged in the operation of aerial passenger tramways, whether as employees...
California Labor Code Section 7370
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that recent statewide spot inspections of cranes have uncovered a pattern of numerous safety violations so...
California Labor Code Section 7371
As used in this chapter, the following definitions shall apply: (a) "Crane" means a machine for lifting or lowering a load and moving it...
California Labor Code Section 7372
(a) The division shall employ safety engineers trained to inspect tower cranes. (b) The division shall establish a safety inspection program for...
California Labor Code Section 7373
(a) No tower crane shall be operated at any worksite unless an employer obtains a permit from the division. The division shall conduct an...
California Labor Code Section 7374
(a) The division may suspend or revoke the permit of a crane where the employer engages in gross negligence, gross incompetence, or willful or...
California Labor Code Section 7375
(a) The division shall adopt regulations for the certification of all cranes and derricks used in lifting service, exceeding three tons rated...
California Labor Code Section 7376
(a) The division shall suspend or revoke a license to certify for the following reasons: (1) Gross negligence, gross incompetency, a pattern of...
California Labor Code Section 7377
Revocation of a license to certify may be appealed to the Director of Industrial Relations.
California Labor Code Section 7378
A licensed certifier who fraudulently certifies that a crane is in compliance with the criteria established by the division under subdivision (a) of...
California Labor Code Section 7379
It shall be a misdemeanor for an individual to engage in the certification of a crane as specified in this chapter if that individual is not licensed
California Labor Code Section 7380
The division may collect fees for the examination and licensing of crane certifiers as necessary to cover the actual costs, including administrative...
California Labor Code Section 7381
(a) Notwithstanding Sections 6319 and 6425, if serious injury or death is caused by any serious or willful repeated violation of a crane standard,...
California Labor Code Section 7382
No person shall install or dismantle a tower crane, or increase the height of a crane, known in the construction trade as "jumping or climbing a...
California Labor Code Section 7383
(a) The division shall require all crane employers to disclose all of their previous business identities within the previous 10 years. The...
California Labor Code Section 7384
The division shall prepare an annual report concerning revenues obtained from all funding sources and expenditures. The division shall file the...
California Labor Code Section 7500
In all mines operated in the State where a depth of more than five hundred feet underground has been reached, a telephone system shall be...
California Labor Code Section 7501
The failure or refusal of any owner or lessee to install or maintain such telephone system is a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 7600
Every person who is engaged in the business of loading or unloading ships or vessels, or who is authorized or contracts to load or unload a ship or...
California Labor Code Section 7601
Handtrucks shall be maintained in a safe condition by the employer. Handles shall be maintained free of hazardous burrs, splinters, cracks or...
California Labor Code Section 7602
Handtools shall be kept in good condition and be safely stored by the employer. Unsafe handtools shall not be used.
California Labor Code Section 7603
The maximum weight of materials stored on building floors or load-carrying platforms, except those built directly on the ground, shall not exceed...
California Labor Code Section 7604
Adequate and substantial bull rails, stringer rails or curbs shall be installed at the waterside of all flush aprons on such wharves, docks or piers...
California Labor Code Section 7605
The employer shall require that tools, machinery, gear and other equipment subject to wear be inspected at adequate intervals and unsafe conditions...
California Labor Code Section 7606
Every dock plate shall be constructed and maintained with strength sufficient to support the load carried thereon. Dock plates shall be secured in
California Labor Code Section 7607
Internal combustion engine-driven equipment shall be operated inside of buildings or enclosed structures only when such operation does not result in...
California Labor Code Section 7608
Any person who violates any provisions of this part is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Labor Code Section 7609
The provisions of Sections 7601 to 7607, inclusive, shall be applicable to longshore and stevedore operations.
California Labor Code Section 7611
Nothing in the foregoing sections of this part shall limit the authority of the division to prescribe or enforce general or special safety orders.
California Labor Code Section 7620
"Division," as used in this part, means the Division of Occupational Safety and Health.
California Labor Code Section 7621
"Boiler" as used in this part means any fired or unfired pressure vessel used to generate steam pressure by the application of heat subject to this...
California Labor Code Section 7622
"Tank" as used in this part, means any unfired pressure vessel, subject to this part, used for the storage of air pressure or liquefied petroleum...
California Labor Code Section 7623
This part applies to all boilers and tanks which are not specifically exempted in this chapter, or by the general safety orders of the division now...
California Labor Code Section 7624
The following tanks are not subject to this part: (a) Tanks under the jurisdiction or inspection of the United States government. (b) Air...
California Labor Code Section 7625
The following steam boilers are not subject to this part: (a) Boilers under the jurisdiction or inspection of the United States Government, and...
California Labor Code Section 7626
This part does not limit the authority of the division to prescribe or enforce general or special safety orders.
California Labor Code Section 7650
Inspections required by this part shall be made either by qualified safety engineers employed by the division or by certified inspectors; provided,...
California Labor Code Section 7651
A certificate of competency may be obtained by application made to the division.
California Labor Code Section 7652
The division may determine by examination the competency of an applicant for a certificate of competency.
California Labor Code Section 7652.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of the law, a certified inspector employed by an insurer or by an employer for the purpose of inspecting only...
California Labor Code Section 7653
Upon good cause being shown therefor, the division may revoke a certificate of competency.
California Labor Code Section 7654
Where serious conditions are found by certified inspectors that would jeopardize the life, limb, or safety of employees, the reports of inspection...
California Labor Code Section 7655
The division shall prepare and adopt regulations in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act provided for in Chapter 3.5 (commencing with...
California Labor Code Section 7680
No tank or boiler shall be operated unless a permit for its operation has been issued by or in behalf of the division.
California Labor Code Section 7681
(a) The division shall inspect or cause to be inspected each installed tank at least every five years, except for any tank specified in subdivision...
California Labor Code Section 7682
The division shall inspect or cause to be inspected each installed fired boiler internally and externally at least every year, except that the...
California Labor Code Section 7683
(a) If a tank or boiler is found to be in a safe condition for operation, a permit shall be issued by or on behalf of the division for its...