Section 4115.071 | Prevailing wage coordinator.
(A) Each contracting public authority that enters into a contract other than a contract for printing, binding, and related services, whose contractor and subcontractors are subject to sections 4115.03 to 4115.16 of the Revised Code shall, no later than ten days before the first payment of wages is payable to any employee of any contractor or subcontractor, designate and appoint one of its own employees to serve as the prevailing wage coordinator during the life of the contract. The duties of the coordinator shall include:
(1) Setting up and maintaining, available for public inspection including inspection by interested parties or affected employees, files of payroll reports and affidavits submitted by contractors and subcontractors pursuant to sections 4115.03 to 4115.16 of the Revised Code;
(2) Ascertaining from each contractor or subcontractor, at the beginning of performance under the contract, the dates during its life when payments of wages to employees are to be made;
(3) Receiving from each contractor or subcontractor, a copy of the contractor's or subcontractor's complete payroll for each date exhibiting for each employee paid any wages, the employee's name, current address, last four digits of the employee's social security number, number of hours worked each day during the pay period and the total for each week, the employee's hourly rate of pay, the employee's job classification, fringe payments, and deductions from the employee's wages;
(4) Establishing and following procedures to monitor the compliance by each contractor and subcontractor with the requirement imposed by this section for timely filing of copies of payroll records;
(5) Receiving from each contractor or subcontractor upon completion of the public improvement and prior to final payment therefor the affidavit required by section 4115.07 of the Revised Code;
(6) Reporting any delinquency in the filing of the certified copy of the payroll and the affidavit to the chief officer of the contracting public authority and the director of commerce.
(B) Any contracting public authority having a permanent employee with the title, powers, and functions described in division (A) of this section for the prevailing wage coordinator need not separately designate and appoint an employee for each public work contract entered into by the contracting public authority.
(C) Every contractor and subcontractor who is subject to sections 4115.03 to 4115.16 of the Revised Code shall, upon beginning performance under the contractor's or subcontractor's contract with any contracting public authority, supply to the prevailing wage coordinator of the contracting public authority a schedule of the dates during the life of the contract with the authority on which the contractor or subcontractor is required to pay wages to employees. The contractor or subcontractor shall also deliver to the prevailing wage coordinator a certified copy of the contractor's or subcontractor's payroll, within two weeks after the initial pay date, and supplemental reports for each month thereafter which shall exhibit for each employee paid any wages, the employee's name, current address, last four digits of the employee's social security number, number of hours worked during each day of the pay periods covered and the total for each week, the employee's hourly rate of pay, the employee's job classification, fringe payments, and deductions from the employee's wages. If the life of the contract is expected to be no more than four months from the beginning of performance by the contractor or subcontractor, such supplemental reports shall be filed each week after the initial report. The certification of each payroll shall be executed by the contractor, subcontractor, or duly appointed agent thereof and shall recite that the payroll is correct and complete and that the wage rates shown are not less than those required by the contract.
(D) If it is found that a public authority or prevailing wage coordinator has not complied with this section, the director shall give notice thereof in writing to the public authority or prevailing wage coordinator. Sufficient time shall be allowed for compliance as the director deems necessary. At the expiration of the time prescribed in the notice, the director shall, in writing, inform the attorney general of the fact that notice has been given and that the public authority or prevailing wage coordinator to whom it was directed has not complied with it. On receipt thereof, the attorney general shall bring suit in the name of the state in the court of common pleas of the county in which the public authority is located, to require the public authority or prevailing wage coordinator to comply with this section.