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can I sue my work for safety issues

1 Answers. Asked on Nov 03rd, 2016 on Labor and Employment - Indiana
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My employer refuses to give me the correct safety equipment that I need I have told them several times and took it as far as the HR person now they suspended me for not wearing my safety gear that they will not provide me.
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Answered on Nov 04th, 2016 at 6:52 AM

Dear Anonymous,

You can not sue your employer directly for a safety issue such as you describe.  However, if your employer is not providing you with safety equipment as required by state law, they may be in violation of the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Act (IOSHA). Here is a link to the Indiana Department of Labor IDOL's website where you can file a complaint against your employer. 



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