SAFETY VIOLATIONS

 

OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible for establishing, maintaining, and enforcing workplace safety standards for all US work environments. Under federal law, employees are entitled to a safe workplace that is void of known health and safety hazards. Additionally, you have the right to be trained in a language you understand, operate safe machinery, be provided necessary safety gear, request an OSHA inspection, report an injury/illness, and view copies of workplace hazard or work-related injury reports.

REPORT A CONCERN

Concerned about an unsafe condition in your workplace? Please contact us — we can assist you in filing an OSHA complaint. Remember: It is illegal for an employer to fire, demote, or transfer, or otherwise retaliate against a worker for using their rights under the law. If you believe you have been treated unfairly due to filing of a complaint, you must file a whistleblower complaint within 30 days of the retaliation.