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Posting Requirements 72-312
Idaho law requires that every employer who has complied with section 72-301 [has obtained workers' compensation insurance] must post and maintain in a conspicuous place or places in and about his place or places of business typewritten or printed notices in form prescribed by the commission, stating the fact that he has complied with the law as to securing the payment of compensation to his employees and their dependents in accordance with the provisions of this law. Such notice must contain the name and address of the surety, if any, with which the employer has secured payment of compensation.
An employer who fails to post and keep such notice conspicuously displayed is guilty of a misdemeanor.
The Industrial Commission does not provide this poster. You can obtain this poster from the company that sold you your workers' compensation insurance. However, below are examples for employers who have not received copies from their insurer.
There are no firm rules on exactly what this notice must look like. It is normally printed on an orange or salmon card stock so that it will be noticed.
Poster - Spanish