Proposed Rules

Proposed Rules

The following are summaries and other information related to Proposed Rules that the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations has submitted to the Secretary of State for publication in the Missouri Register. These rules will not go into effect until the public has had an opportunity to submit written comments and to attend a public hearing if one is scheduled.

Any person may offer comments on a Proposed Rule. The instructions for submitting comments, and the location and date of a hearing if one is scheduled, are located after the text of each rule. Please note that the official text of a Proposed Rule is the version that appears in the Missouri Register, not the draft copy on this site. Refer to the official copy if you wish to submit comments.

Proposed Rule Division Summary Fiscal Note(s) Supporting Documents Link to Missouri Register Small Business Impact Statement Publication Date 
8 CSR 50-5.007 Division of Workers' Compensation This amendment removes the limitations created by the expiration of the state of emergency declared in the Governor’s Executive Order 20-19 (originally Executive Order 20-02), thereby continuing to provide protections to First Responders with regard to evidence of exposure to COVID-19 in proceedings under Chapter 287, RSMo. Public Cost   Volume 47, Number 3   February 1, 2022
8 CSR 20-2.010 Labor and Industrial Relations Commission This amendment clarifies how the commission communicates with interested parties, including correspondence, filings with the commission, and the issuance of decisions and orders. This amendment implements communication through electronic means as authorized by § 287.480, RSMo, as amended by L. 2021, S.B. No. 303, p. 19.     Volume 47, Number 6   March 15, 2022
8 CSR 20-3.030 Labor and Industrial Relations Commission This amendment clarifies the requirements for filing applications for review, answers, and briefs.     Volume 47, Number 6   March 15, 2022
8 CSR 40-1.010 State Board of Mediation This amendment updates the State Board of Mediation’s address.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.010 State Board of Mediation This amendment allows actions of the chair to be delegated and clarifies the definition of “showing of interest.”     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.020 State Board of Mediation This rule is being rescinded as the requirements for filing petitions for certification and decertification have been incorporated into the amended rule 8 CSR 40-2.030.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.025 State Board of Mediation This rule states when and how a party must be represented by a licensed attorney.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.030 State Board of Mediation This amendment allows petitions to be submitted electronically, requires parties to provide an electronic mail address, and adds the petition requirements for petitions for decertification, Unit Clarification, and Amendment of Certification.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.040 State Board of Mediation This rule is being rescinded as the requirements for filing petitions for decertification have been incorporated into the amended rule 8 CSR 40-2.030.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.050 State Board of Mediation This rule is being rescinded as the requirements for filing petitions for unit clarification have been incorporated into the amended rule 8 CSR 40-2.030.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.055 State Board of Mediation This rule is being rescinded as the requirements for filing petitions for amendment of certification have been incorporated into the amended rule 8 CSR 40-2.030.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.060 State Board of Mediation This rule is being rescinded as the requirements for filing petitions have been incorporated into the amended rule 8 CSR 40- 2.030 and paper copies are no longer required.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.070 State Board of Mediation This amendment removes reference to a section that is being rescinded.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.080 State Board of Mediation This amendment requires the board to send a copy of all petitions filed with the board to the opposing party when an electronic mailing address is provided.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.090 State Board of Mediation This amendment changes the term chairman to chair and eliminates references to gender.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.100 State Board of Mediation This amendment allows the board to hold a hearing for disputes that arise between the parties and changes the designation of the authorized officer to the chair.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.120 State Board of Mediation This amendment requires the employer to provide the employee list electronically and specifies that the list remains property of the employer.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.130 State Board of Mediation This amendment clarifies procedures for an intervening party.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.140 State Board of Mediation This amendment allows the chair to have discretion for conducting hearings and allows for notice and evidence to be sent electronically. It also specifies the procedure for hiring and paying a court reporter.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.150 State Board of Mediation This amendment accounts for electronic elections and specifies that the list of employees shall remain the property of the employer.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.160 State Board of Mediation This amendment clarifies the procedure for electronic elections.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.170 State Board of Mediation This amendment changes the term chairman to the chair.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022
8 CSR 40-2.180 State Board of Mediation This amendment changes the term chairman to the chair.     Volume 47, Number 7   April 1, 2022

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