Article - Labor and Employment
(a) A railroad company may not transport an employee to or from work on a caboose or locomotive unless the railroad company provides a fixed seat with a back support for the employee.
(b) To protect the health and safety of employees, a railroad company shall:
(1) install and maintain water or chemical toilet facilities on each caboose used for service beyond a 15-mile radius from a point of dispatchment within the State for use by employees, unless the caboose is a temporary substitute for one regularly used for the service; and
(2) enclose all toilet fixtures, within the caboose, in a separate compartment of sufficient dimensions that is ventilated properly.
(c) (1) This subsection does not apply to any caboose:
(i) operated on tracks of less than standard gauge;
(ii) normally used only during daylight hours;
(iii) operated only within a 20-mile radius from point of dispatchment; or
(iv) temporarily substituted for a regular caboose.
(2) To protect the health and safety of employees, the Commissioner shall require each railroad company to install and maintain:
(i) two or more electric marker lights on the rear of each caboose in service; and
(ii) one electric light for clerical work within each caboose in service, for which the railroad company shall determine the source of electricity and type of appliance.
(d) A railroad company may not have a common towel or common drinking cup available for use on property of the railroad company.