The first several chapters of the Code of Federal Regulations Title 29 cover management standards monitored by the Department of Labor, including the operation of labor organizations (unions), attention to employee rights, the protection of migrant workers, rules regarding student employees and workers with disabilities, child labor laws, and much more.
The twelfth chapter is dedicated to the work of the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which is known for its standards in protecting workers on the job. It outlines rules surrounding health and safety inspections, the reporting of occupational injuries, and more.
The remaining chapters deal with the rules and regulations within the Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration, as well as the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. These chapters, of course, are aimed at protecting American pensions