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  1. Article number 1 - Lt. Gov. Sanguinetti and IDOL celebrate Labor Day
  2. Article number 2 - School Visitation Rights
  3. Article number 3 - Downstate Occupational Safety Expo
  4. Article number 4 - New Navy Pier Ferris Wheel
  •  Lt. Gov. Sanguinetti and IDOL celebrate Labor Day

    In honor of Labor Day 2016, Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Sanguinetti joined Assistant Director Anna Hui at the S&C Electric Company in Chicago.

    “One of Illinois’ best assets is its workforce,” Lieutenant Governor Sanguinetti said. “Our Administration has made it a priority to attract and retain high-paying, high-quality jobs in Illinois."

    Read more by clicking here​

  •  School Visitation Rights

    ​With students back in school across Illinois, it's important for parents to meet with their child's teachers.

    For this reason, workers are allowed up to 8 hours time off per school year to attend parent-teach conferences and other school events that cannot be scheduled during nonwork hours.

    Click here to learn more about school visitation rights fact sheet or here for the School Visitation Rights Act.  

  •  Downstate Occupational Safety Expo

    ​March 2, 2016--To promote safety in the workplace, Director Hugo Chaviano joined employers and employees at the 25th Annual Downstate Illinois Occupational Safety and Health (DIOSH) Day Conference.  Illinois OSHA, along with many industry groups, sponsored this event to provide expert occupational safety and health management resources for employers of all sizes.

    Click here for the press release.

    Click here for the coverage in the Peoria Journal Star.

  •  New Navy Pier Ferris Wheel

    Employees from our Amusement Ride and Attraction Safety Division inspected the construction of Navy Pier's new Ferris wheel, which is scheduled to open later this year.

    Click here for facts about the new Ferris wheel or click here for more photos of the inspection at our Facebook page.

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