The Meeting you are attempting to access, "Protections for Safety Whistleblowers (Word)", is reserved for subscribers.

Excerpt from "Protections for Safety Whistleblowers (Word)"
The original writers of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) knew that they couldn't police every workplace every day. They knew that to a great degree, agency inspectors would be counting on employees to be their eyes and ears in the field. But to make that work, legislators also realized that they would have to "guarantee" employees that they wouldn't be retaliated against for exercising their rights and making complaints about violations of law by their employers.

First Name
Last Name
Company Size

Get your RISK FREE Access to Hundreds of Safety Resources Today! has hundreds of prewritten safety training tools and plain-English OSHA compliance explanations. Help is just 2 minutes away:

  • 100s of downloadable training tools - PowerPoints, meeting outlines, tool-box talks
  • OSHA and state plan regulatory analysis - Easy to understand and written in Plain-English
  • Best Practice OSHA advice - White papers and case studies help you improve compliance
  • SDS Search - Easily search our database of millions SDSs that you can download and use
  • EHS Daily Advisor - Our award-winning newsletter keeps you in the know - Making Safety Training and Compliance Easier

Internal Reference: Catcode=A221 Funcode=SZ47