Pennsylvania lawmakers unanimously passed legislation that would require occupational safety and health committees to provide drug abuse resources.
S.B. 147, who passed the House on Friday and the Senate in May, would amend the current Labor Compensation Act to require workplaces that want to certify their established safety committee with the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry to provide information to employees about the risks associated with substance abuse, including opioid painkillers. average. The legislation also requires the state department to notify, develop and provide resources so that employers can follow this new section within 21 days. of work compensation and related documents from July 1
The legislation passed the Senate on Friday and passed the House on June 16.
Both bills will go to Tom Wolf's government desk for his signature.