|Update Applicable to:
|All employers with 100 or more employees at a warehouse distribution center in the state.
|For the proposed rules – See details below
HB (2SHB) 1762 – July 1, 2024
The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) has released for stakeholder review a second preliminary draft of rules.
What are the details?
L&I is conducting rulemaking to implement the new requirements created by passage of Second Substitute House Bill (2SHB) 1762.
For comments on the respective proposed rule:
- Create or update any necessary policies and practices that are relevant to your business and compliant with the requirements.
- Submit a written comment to the respective agencies so they can moderate, or change said proposed rules.
- Rulemaking Activity at L&I
- Labor Standards for Quotas at Warehouse Distribution Centers (2SHB 1762 Implementation) by DOSH
- Labor Standards for Quotas at Warehouse Distribution Centers (2SHB 1762 Implementation) by FPLS
- Washington L&I Releases Preliminary Draft of Rules Regarding Quotas at Warehouse Distribution Centers (VensureHR)
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