OSHA sues dental practice for firing workers voicing safety concerns

OSHA Healthcare Connection, September 27, 2011

Capped needles, not capped teeth, has a Beverly, MA, dental practice in whistleblower trouble with OSHA.

The agency is suing the practice for allegedly firing an employee for raising concerns about needlestick hazards and filing a health hazard complaint. Read more on the OSHA Healthcare Advisor.

For more details, read the OSHA Healthcare Advisor post which includes a link to another story about an OSHA whistleblower case and a dental practice.

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