Workers Rights as defined by OSHA
Workers have the following rights:
- To work in conditions that do not pose a risk of serious harm
- To complete training that is made understandable through the language and vocabulary appropriate to the worker
- To be provided with training that fully outlines the risks of the job and hazard-prevention methods
- To have access to all records about work-related injuries and illnesses
- To be able to file a complaint with OSHA without the risk of reprisal
- To exercise their rights without fear of retaliation from the employer
OSHA maintains a staff of compliance assistance specialists across the nation. They are a resource for both the employer and the employee regarding OSHA standards, and they can provide information, educational programs, and workshops.
To learn more about OSHA Regulations visit our OSHA Course Catalog web page.