OSHA files whistleblower lawsuit against medical clinic

OSHA Healthcare Connection, December 13, 2011

When healthcare workers blow the whistle, OSHA has been listening.

The notice of OSHA's filing of a suit against a Brighton, CO, medical clinic for firing a worker who complained to OSHA about unsafe conditions in the practice is another reminder that:

  1. OSHA is charged with conducting whistleblower investigations, and not only for safety standards but for 20 other federal statutes
  2. It is not only big businesses that draws OSHA's wrath, but small ones, too

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