The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has
unveiled a Web page for its whistleblower protection program that
is designed to provide workers, employers and the public with
easily accessible information about the 18 federal whistleblower
protection statutes OSHA currently administers.
Under Section 11(c) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act
(OSH Act), workers can file discrimination complaints with OSHA if
they believe their employers have retaliated against them for
exercising a broad range of rights the OSH Act protects. These
rights include filing safety or health complaints with OSHA and
seeking an OSHA inspection; participating in an OSHA inspection;
participating or testifying in any proceeding related to
occupational safety or health; or reporting an injury or
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