What Actions Are Protected Under The OSH Act of 1970?

After a three year struggle to protect the nation’s workers, President Richard Nixon signed the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act on December 29, 1970. Although the document was created almost 45 years ago, the OSH Act of 1970 is still very important today. The policy offers federal protection for all workers across the nation from dangerous working environments, as well as from any unfair consequences that could be imposed on employees who report on a  dangerous work environment. (more…)