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OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a federal agency that establishes rules and handles matters relating to workplace health and safety. The agency also investigates employee complaints in order to determine whether regulations have been violated. FindLaw's OSHA section contains information detailing the rights of employees with respect to safety and health considerations in the workplace, what obligations an employer must follow, and what to do when faced with potential violations. Workplaces that violate OSHA rules run the risk of lawsuits, in addition to damaging the health of their employees.

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