Workplace Air Quality Lawyers

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How Does Indoor Air Become Polluted?

Air quality is affected by toxins, some of which are human-made and others which result from environmental conditions. Bad air can be caused by a variety of pollutants in the workplace, such as:

Am I Entitled To Clean Air At Work?

Indoor air quality is regulated by both federal and state laws, as poor air quality in the workplace can lead to lifelong lung conditions such as emphysema. State provisions reflect federal policies, many of which are monitored by the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The following are examples of state legislation relating to clean air:

What Can I Do To Encourage My Employer To Improve Air Quality?

Alerting your employer to the situation should be your first step in combating the air problem. Bad indoor air quality leads many employees to take sick time, which eventually results in decreased productivity. An unhealthy and unsafe work environment can be exceedingly costly for an employer.

What If My Employer Refuses To Comply With Clean Air Regulations?

If your workplace conditions persist and you require medical care, you may be eligible for workers compensation. In addition to talking with an employment lawyer about your workplace concerns, you should consider reporting air quality issues to OSHA and the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (OSHRC).

Do I Need An Employment Lawyer?

An employment attorney can inform you of your health and safety rights in the workplace. She can also offer you advice and represent you in court if you choose to file a lawsuit against your employer for violating clean air standards.

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Last Modified: 10-14-2015 04:55 PM PDT

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