The Department of Industrial Relations, Division
of Occupational Safety and Health, commonly
know as Cal/OSHA, is mandated to enforce
workplace safety and health regulations for
You have the right to refuse to perform work that
would violate a Cal/OSHA or any occupational safety
and health standard that would create a real and
apparent hazard to you or other employees.
You have a right to know how to protect yourself from
You must be instructed/trained in the safe operation of
all equipment you use.
You have the right to file a complaint with Cal/OSHA
and request an inspection of your workplace if conditions
there are unsafe or unhealthy. Your identity and the
nature of the complaint are strictly confidential and will
not be revealed to the employer. The law states that
you cannot be fired, punished, or discriminated against
in any way for filing a valid complaint about unsafe or
unhealthful working conditions or work practices.
You have the right to seek medical treatment if you
are injured or become ill due to work.
Be Safe and Healthy
While working, you must always follow state job
safety and health laws.
You should tell your employer about any hazard
that could result in an injury or illness to people
on the job.
You have the responsibility to keep the workplace
and your coworkers safe.
Reporting unsafe or unhealthy working conditions
If you would like to report hazards at your workplace to
Cal/OSHA, call the Cal/OSHA Enforcement Unit District
Office nearest the place where the hazards exist.
A Safe and Healthy
For janitors, custodians, and housekeepers
Trabajando Más Seguro y Fácil
Working Safer and Easier
Para limpiadores, bedeles, y amas de llave
Lugar de Trabajo
Seguro y Saludable
El Departamento de Relaciones Industriales, División
de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacional, comúnmente
conocida como Cal/OSHA, tiene el mandato de
enforzar las regulaciones de seguridad y salud en el
lugar de trabajo para los trabajadores.
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