§ 292.010 Notification of occupancy of factory
§ 292.020 Equipment to be guarded
§ 292.030 Safety guards
§ 292.040 Minor not to clean or work in certain places about machinery
§ 292.050 Openings to be guarded
§ 292.060 Fire escapes
§ 292.070 Doors to open outward, not to be bolted, when
§ 292.080 Explosives not to be placed near egress
§ 292.090 Scaffolding — warning to those near building.
§ 292.110 Ventilation
§ 292.120 Prevention of dust, smoke and gas
§ 292.130 Director may order fan installed
§ 292.140 Overcrowding in factories prohibited
§ 292.150 Washrooms for women
§ 292.160 Separate water closets
§ 292.180 Health and safety of employees to be protected — director may seal …
§ 292.190 All accidents to be reported
§ 292.200 Offenses
§ 292.210 Violation a misdemeanor — fines.
§ 292.220 Proceedings against whom when violated by corporation
§ 292.230 Prosecution where violation of other laws
§ 292.240 Fines, where paid
§ 292.250 Duty of prosecuting attorney
§ 292.280 Inspection — duty and power of director of inspection section.
§ 292.290 Penalty
§ 292.300 Employer to provide protection to employees from diseases
§ 292.310 Articles considered dangerous to health
§ 292.320 Employees to be furnished with clothing — respirators to be used while at work.
§ 292.330 Employees to be examined monthly by physician
§ 292.340 Physician to make report to department of health and senior services — …
§ 292.350 Duty of director of department of health and senior services
§ 292.360 Employer to provide dressing rooms, lavatories
§ 292.370 Drinking fountains, ice water, to be provided employees
§ 292.380 Workrooms to be kept in sanitary condition
§ 292.390 Prevention of dust
§ 292.400 Hoppers, chutes, to be provided with covering
§ 292.410 Duty of director of inspection section
§ 292.420 Notices to be posted in rooms — to contain what.
§ 292.430 Penalty for violation
§ 292.440 Employer defined
§ 292.450 Applicability of sections 292.450 to 292.540
§ 292.460 Outside ladder not to be used, when
§ 292.470 Stairways to be kept lighted when in use
§ 292.480 To provide protection for persons engaged in building
§ 292.490 Must build proper supports — when.
§ 292.500 Duty of contractors and owners
§ 292.510 Shafts or openings to be enclosed — railroads excepted.
§ 292.520 Director to enforce provisions
§ 292.530 Violation — penalty.
§ 292.540 Director to make inspection
§ 292.560 Sale of tenement-made articles prohibited
§ 292.570 Penalty
§ 292.600 Definitions
§ 292.602 Missouri emergency response commission established — members — appointment, …
§ 292.604 Funding of commission — distribution of funds.
§ 292.605 Employer to furnish certain information, to whom, form — on-site …
§ 292.606 Fees, certain employers, how much, due when, late penalty — excess credited …
§ 292.607 Chemical emergency preparedness fund established — reversion to general …
§ 292.610 Employer’s trade secrets, department to protect — disclosure of by public …
§ 292.613 Rules and regulations, department to promulgate — procedure.
§ 292.615 Violations, attorney general to bring action — jurisdiction, circuit court …
§ 292.617 Explosive or blasting agents, temporary storage — notification of local …
§ 292.623 Immunity from liability for official actions by members of commission and ..
§ 292.625 Additional duties of department
§ 292.630 Portable toilets required at certain construction projects
§ 292.650 Hepatitis B immunization for at-risk state employees — departments to …
§ 292.655 Definitions — needles used by employers in conduct of business, any …
§ 292.656 Medical needles, employer use of OSHA- or FDA-approved devices permitted
§ 292.675 Definitions — on-site training required — workers to maintain documentation …

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