• John Larrimer

New Online Service For Whistleblowers

A new service allows whistleblowers to reach out to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) through the internet. Previously, whistleblowers had to call OSHA or submit a written complaint to their respective regional office. Whistleblowers are protected under section 11(c) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 as well as the other 21 statutes which cover whistleblowers within the nuclear, transportation, pipeline and environmental industries.

According to the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health, “[t]he ability of workers to speak out and exercise their rights without fear of retaliation provides the backbone for some of American workers’ most essential protections. Whistleblower laws protect not only workers, but also the public at large, and now workers will have an additional avenue available to file a complaint with OSHA.”

Hopefully, the new internet service will make it easier for employees working in unsafe conditions everywhere to speak out against their employers through confidential and secure channels. Our attorneys have been protecting Ohio workers for over 80 years. We have the combined resources and experience to hold your negligent employer accountable and deliver the compensation that you deserve for your suffering.

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“I am very blessed to have found this firm. They have made sure that I have received all the compensation possible related to my claim. This is the firm I would recommend to my own family members and anyone else in need of legal representation due to work related injuries.”

If you or a coworker has been injured on the job, contact us and we can help. To schedule a free, confidential consultation with one of our workers’ compensation attorneys, call today at (614) 221-7548.

Larrimer & Larrimer, LLC—Columbus Workers Comp Attorneys

Source: https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=NEWS_RELEASES&p_id=25203

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