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Article 1. Reporting of Occupational Injury or Illness
As used in this Article:
Computer input media. Techniques and means by which information or data can be entered into a computer system. Examples include magnetic tape, diskette, and telecommunications.
Division. The Division of Labor Statistics and Research of the Department of Industrial Relations.
Occupational illness. Any abnormal condition or disorder caused by exposure to environmental factors associated with employment, including acute and chronic illnesses or diseases which may be caused by inhalation, absorption, ingestion, or direct contact.
Self-insured employer. An employer who has secured from the Director of Industrial Relations a certificate of consent to self-insure against workers' compensation claims pursuant to Labor Code Section 3700.
NOTE: Authority cited: Section 6410, Labor Code. Reference: Sections 3700, 6409(b) and 6410, Labor Code.
1. New § § 14000 to 14504, inclusive, filed 3-3-47; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 7).
2. Amendment filed 5-16-73; designated effective 7-1-73 (Register 73, No. 20).
3. Amendment filed 4-15-74; designated effective 6-1-74 (Register 74, No. 16).
4. Repealer and new section filed 2-8-80; designated effective 5-1-80 (Register 80, No. 6).
5. Amendment filed 3-18-87; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 87, No. 12).
6. Amendment 6-14-89; operative 7-14-89 (Register 89, No. 25).
7. Amendment of section and Note filed 1-14-93; operative 2-16-93 (Register 93, No. 3).
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