OSHA Reminds Employers That Employees Have a Right to Report Unsafe Working Conditions

Yesterday, the Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a press release to remind employers that they cannot retaliate against employees who report unsafe working conditions during the coronavirus outbreak (or at any other time). The release also detailed how employees may file a complaint with the agency if they believe they have been retaliated against.

OSHA has published a wide array of guidance on its website explaining, among other things, how existing OSHA standards apply in light of the current outbreak.

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