Inspection of books, records and payrolls
- • statement of employment data
- • civil penalty for misrepresentation
- • failure to submit books for inspection and refusal to keep correct payroll
(1) The books, records and payrolls of any employer pertinent to the administration of this chapter shall always be open to inspection by the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation or its agent for the purpose of ascertaining the correctness of the payroll, the persons employed, and such other information as may be necessary in the administration of said statutes.
(2) Every employer subject to this chapter shall keep a true and accurate record of the number of workers and the wages paid by the employer, the occupations at which and the number of days or parts of days any of the workers are employed, and shall furnish to the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation, upon request, a sworn statement of the same.
(3) Any employer who willfully misrepresents to the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation the amount of the payroll upon which the amount of premium is based shall be liable to the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation in a sum equal to 10 times the amount of the difference between the amount of such premium computed according to the representation thereof by such employer and the amount for which the employer is liable under this chapter according to a correct computation of the payroll. Such liability shall be enforced in a civil action in the name of the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation and any amount so collected shall become a part of the Industrial Accident Fund.
(4) Failure on the part of the employer to submit such books, records and payrolls for inspection to any member of the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation or any of its representatives presenting written authority from the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation, or a refusal on the part of an employer to keep a payroll in accordance with this section, when demanded by the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation, subjects the offending employer to a penalty of $100 for each offense, to be collected by a civil action in the name of the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation and paid into the Industrial Accident Fund. [Amended by 1981 c.854 §53]
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