INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Indiana’s governor says you should contact the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration to report coronavirus-related complaints in the workplace.
While speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Gov. Eric Holcomb first advised that employees should speak to their employers about concerns related to work being deemed “essential.”
Holcomb also referenced guidance from his executive order.
“We are advocating teleworking if at all possible,” Holcomb said. “We are trying to spread this out.”
IOSHA says formal complaints must meet these requirements:
- Asserts that an imminent danger, a violation of the IOSH Act or a violation of an IOSHA standard exposing employees to physical harm exists in the workplace;
- Is submitted in writing; and
- Is signed by at least one current employee or employee representative.
For info on how to file an IOSHA complaint, click here.