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New Jersey Hoteliers Required To Provide Panic Devices to Employees

Author: Lee E. Tankle

1/23/2020

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New Jersey Hoteliers Required To Provide Panic Devices to Employees

Q: I operate a hotel in New Jersey and heard New Jersey law now requires me to provide panic devices to certain hotel employees. What do I need to know?

A: New Jersey recently enacted legislation that requires hotel employers to provide a “panic button” to individuals “performing housekeeping or room service duties at a hotel” and is employed by a hotel or subcontractor of a hotel. The new law only applies to hotels and other similar establishments containing at least 100 guest rooms. The law became effective on January 1, 2020.

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