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  • November 29th Prevailing Wage Commission Public Notice

    November 29, 2018

    The Prevailing Wage Commission is comprised of 5 members who have the duty of determining the prevailing wage rate for state streets, highways and bridges construction. Contractors are surveyed annually in Streets, Highways & Bridges Construction.

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  • December Elevator & Amusement Device Safety Board Public Notice

    December 4, 2018

    The Elevator & Amusement Device Safety Board is comprised of eight (8) members who share industry knowledge, expertise and hear issues concerning elevators, other conveyances as well as amusement devices. Presentations by owners, operators and industry representatives are made, and board members determine if variances should be granted or if an action is consistent with current rules and law. When appropriate, the board makes recommendations to the department to amend rules, law, etc. through the rule-making process or via legislation.

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  • Board of Boiler Rules Meeting

    December 12, 2018

    The Board of Boiler Rules supports the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Workplace Regulations and Compliance Division, Boiler Unit, to protect the general public, owners and users, and their employees from the potential hazards inherent in the operation of boilers and pressure vessels. The Board of Boiler Rules is composed of six (6) members.

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  • January Medical Payment Committee Meeting

    January 15, 2019

    The Medical Payment Committee is comprised of seven voting members appointed by the administrator. Three members represent the medical provider industry, three members represent the workers’ compensation insurance industry, and the medical director serves as the final member of the committee. The committee shall hear disputes on medical bill payments between providers and insurers and advise the administrator on issues relating to the medical fee schedule and medical care cost containment in the workers’ compensation system.

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