- District 33
Requires employers of employees who engage in outdoor work activities to take certain actions to mitigate employee's risk of exposure to unhealthy air quality from wildfire smoke. Requires employers to determine concentration levels of particulate matter in air. Creates exemption for employers who require employees to wear certified respirators while performing outdoor work activities, regardless of concentration levels of particulate matter in air.
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Public Hearing held.
Referred to Business and Labor.
First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
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