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How can I contact OSHA for getting hazards corrected from my workplace?

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Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Mar 23, 2018

1. File a complaint online
2. Submit a written, signed complaint with specific hazard information
3. Request a Health Hazard Evaluation from NIOSH
4. Submit an unsigned complaint form to OSHA


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M. Klose

M. KloseContent Writer, Oakland
Content Writer, Oakland

Answered on Jul 09, 2018

The answer to this question is number 2. You have to submit a written and signed complaint that will place in detail the hazard information that you want to report. OSHA is responsible for regulating the work environment of the workplace of employees. All workplaces have to be safe for work. When employees do not follow the standard rules and regulations, this can make the workplace not as safe as it should be.

Another possible issue is that the owner and managers of the company are not putting too much emphasis on employees’ safety. The purpose of sending a written complaint is to get immediate action so that the rest of the employees can feel safe again.

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c.Dorothy

C.Dorothy

Answered on Dec 08, 2017

OSHA stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA helps in the workplace by putting rules and procedures in place that must be followed by all employees of the company in order to make it a safe place to work. Sometimes, the rules are not followed. They may not be followed because a boss at the company or employee is lazy. It could be that someone at the company has not been properly trained about the safety standards and regulations. It could be that the leaders of the company do not want to spend time and money providing the safety equipment to their staff.

However, if an employee recognizes these safety regulations are not being implemented or followed by the staff, they may contact OSHA by submitting a written signed complaint with the specific hazard information on it.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Dec 08, 2016

Submit a written, signed complaint with specific hazard information
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