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Legislation (HB 1729) passed by the Missouri General Assembly and signed by the governor becomes effective August 28, 2018. You can find a summary changes here.
To reduce workplace injuries and fatalities, we must understand when, why and how they happen. To view workplace injury data for the Public Administration industry, select it from the industry search dropdown menu near the bottom of this page.
Division of Labor Standards
3315 W. Truman Blvd.
Jefferson City, MO 65102