History of labour law Labour law arose in parallel with the Industrial Revolution as the relationship between worker and employer changed from small-scale production studios to large-scale factories. Workers sought better conditions and the right to join or avoid joining a labour unionwhile employers sought a more predictable, flexible and less costly workforce.
This chapter does not apply to policemen or firemen in municipal corporations where the injured policemen or firemen are eligible to participate in any policemen's or firemen's pension funds established and maintained by a municipal corporation, unless the amount of the pension funds provided by the municipal corporation through taxation and paid to the policemen or firemen is less than they would have received if the municipal corporation had no pension fund.
In such event policemen and firemen shall receive the regular state compensation for policemen and firemen in municipal corporations where no pension funds have been created, less the sum received by the policemen or firemen from the pension funds provided by the municipal corporation through taxation.
The sum paid from the pension fund shall be certified to the bureau of workers' compensation by the treasurer or other officer controlling the pension fund.
As used in sections Every member of the Ohio organized militia as defined in section For the purpose of determining benefits accruing under section Administrative and other costs, including awards of benefits and compensation, whether lump sum or recurring payments, shall be disbursed from the state insurance fund.
At the end of each six months of each fiscal year, the administrator of workers' compensation shall certify to the adjutant general the amounts paid for compensation and benefits for accidental injuries and death compensable pursuant to sections Any person, other than those covered by section Any payments made from the state insurance fund pursuant to this section shall be charged to the surplus fund as created by division B of section A The administrator of workers' compensation, or a self-insuring public employer for the peace officers, firefighters, and emergency medical workers employed by or volunteering for that self-insuring public employer, shall pay the costs of conducting post-exposure medical diagnostic services, consistent with the standards of medical care existing at the time of the exposure, to investigate whether an injury or occupational disease was sustained by a peace officer, firefighter, or emergency medical worker when coming into contact with the blood or other body fluid of another person in the course of and arising out of the peace officer's, firefighter's, or emergency medical worker's employment, or when responding to an inherently dangerous situation in the manner described in, and in accordance with the conditions specified under, division A 1 a of section B As used in this section: If the state or any political subdivision thereof, including any county, township, municipal corporation, school district, and any institution or agency of the state, employs, enlists, recruits, solicits, or otherwise secures the services of any organization, association, or group of persons and the members thereof, including volunteer firemen, and auxiliary policemen and patrolmen, the individual members of which are not, by reason of such service, employees as defined in division A 1 of section The contract shall contain provisions for the determination of premiums, average weekly wages or their equivalent, the identity of the persons covered, and such other provisions as are necessary in each case to establish or define the risk and determine claims arising thereunder.
Payment of premiums by the state or a political subdivision shall be made in the same manner as is provided with respect to workers' compensation premiums payable by the state or a political subdivision and at the times as provided by the contract. Upon execution of a contract, the persons covered thereby are entitled to the same benefits, payable from the public insurance fund, which are accorded to employees as defined in division A of section For the purpose of statistical and like information, the bureau shall keep a separate record of the experience of the individual risks and groups of similar risks under such contracts.
A "Emergency management worker" means anyone who has been duly registered for service pursuant to section B "Emergency management," "disaster," and "emergency" have the same meanings as in section Every emergency management worker shall, with respect to the performance of his duties as such emergency management worker, be in the employment of the state or political subdivision for purposes of sections No payment for such disability, loss of member, or death shall be made unless a claim is filed within one year of the date of the accidental injury causing the total disability, loss of member, or death.
If an injury claim is filed within the said one year period and the claimant subsequently dies, his dependents shall file any death claim based on such injury within six months after the death or be forever barred. Any emergency management worker who suffers an accidental injury while performing emergency management duties, as defined herein, shall be compensated for any total disability or loss of member and his dependents shall be compensated for any death resulting from such an injury on the same basis as provided for workers, employees, and their dependents under sections This section shall not apply in the case of any person who is otherwise entitled, under sections The decision of the industrial commission as to all facts, except questions of dependency and whether the accident occurred in the course of claimant's emergency management service, is final and any emergency management worker or his dependents claiming benefits under sections A An emergency management worker, in order to be included under sections B Such emergency management worker shall have subscribed either to the loyalty oath administered under the provisions of section C At the time the accident or event occurs for which a claim is made under sections To implement this requirement, a permanent record of all meetings, drills, tests, and participation in emergency management activities and ceremonies as well as operations under disaster emergency conditions, shall be maintained, and it is a condition precedent to recovery that any claimant under the provisions of sections D The written registration of such worker and a copy of the loyalty oath duly subscribed shall be filed with the state, local, municipal, township, county, area, or other authorized emergency management agency and shall be available for inspection at all reasonable times and for use in providing basic data necessary or required under the regulations pertaining to the filing of claims for workers' compensation.
B Any person who has executed the federal oath under the provisions of Public Law No. As used in this section and section A "Apprentice" and "apprenticeship agreement" have the meaning defined in section B "Related and supplemental instructions" means training offered, conducted, supervised, or given under the sponsorship of any joint apprenticeship committee or other sponsoring organization to apprentices, which training is given in addition to the approved schedule of work experience through employment, and which is to be credited towards the minimum hours of related and supplemental instructions required by section C "Pre-apprentice" means a person who receives formal classroom training designed to provide the person with the basic education, attitudes, skills, trade knowledge, and motivation necessary to enter a formal apprenticeship program.Start studying Chapter 3: Factors Affecting Constraints and Motivations.
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