Arizona Free Printable Labor Law Posters Posters Arizona Employee Safety and Health Protection Poster (Bilingual) Required

 Employee Safety and Health Protection Poster (Bilingual) PDF

The Employee Safety and Health Protection Poster (Bilingual) is a labor law posters poster by the Arizona Industrial Commission. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Arizona, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. The poster talks about rights that employees have such as complying with all workplace safety and health standards, rights of employees when workplace hazards exist and a right to employees to not be discriminated against or retaliated against should they choose to report unsafe and/or unhealthful conditions.

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The Arizona Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1972 (Act), provides safety and health protection
for employees in Arizona.  The Act requires each employer to furnish his employees with a place of
employment free from recognized hazards that might cause serious injury or death.  The Act further
requires that employers and employees comply with all workplace safety and health standards, rules
and regulations promulgated by the Industrial Commission.  The Arizona Division of Occupational
Safety and Health (ADOSH), a division of the Industrial Commission of Arizona, administers and
enforces the requirements of the Act. 	
As an employee, you have the following rights:	
You have the right to notify your employer or ADOSH about workplace haz-
ards.  You may ask ADOSH to keep your name confidential.
You have the right to request that ADOSH conduct an inspection if you believe
there are unsafe and/or unhealthful conditions in your workplace.  You or your
representative may participate in the inspection.
If you believe you have been discriminated against for making safety and
health complaints, or for exercising your rights under the Act, you have a right
to file a complaint with ADOSH within 30 days of the discriminatory action.
You are also afforded protection from discrimination under the Federal
Occupational Safety and Health Act and may file a complaint with the U.S.
Secretary of Labor within 30 days of the discriminatory action.
You have the right to see any citations that have been issued to your employ-
er.  Your employer must post the citations at or near the location of the alleged
You have the right to protest the time frame given for correction of any viola-
You have the right to obtain copies of your medical records or records of your
exposure to toxic and harmful substances or conditions.
Your employer must post this notice in your workplace.	
The Industrial Commission and ADOSH do not cover employers of household domestic labor, those
in maritime activities (covered by OSHA), those in atomic energy activities (covered by the Atomic
Energy Commission) and those in mining activities (covered by the Arizona Mine Inspector’s office).
To file a complaint, report an emergency or seek advice and assistance from ADOSH, contact the
nearest ADOSH  office: 
Industrial Commission web site:	
Note:  Persons wishing to register a complaint alleging inadequacy in the administration of the Arizona Occupational Safety
and Health plan may do so at the following address:
U.S. Department of Labor – OSHA  
230 N. 1st Ave., Ste. 202  
Phoenix, AZ  85003
Revised 10/11 Telephone:  602-514-7250	
800 West Washington
Phoenix AZ. 85007
Toll free:  855-268-5251	Tucson:
2675 East Broadway
Tucson, AZ. 85716
Toll free:  855-268-5251

El Acta de Seguridad y Sanidad Ocupacional de 1972 (Acta) provee protección de seguridad y
sanidad para los empleados en Arizona.  El Acta requiere que cada patron les ofrezca a sus emplea-
dos un lugar de empleo libre de riesgos reconocidos que puedan causar daño o muerte.  El Acta tam-
bién requiere que los patrones y empleados cumplan con las normas, y los reglamentos de seguridad
y sanidad promulgados por la Comisión Industrial.  La ejecución de esta ley se lleva a cabo por la
División de Seguridad y Sanidad Ocupacional, un brazo de la Comisión Industrial de Arizona.	
Como empleado, Ud. tiene los derechos siguientes:
Tiene el derecho de notificar a su patron o a ADOSH sobre peligros en su lugar
de trabajo.  Puede pedir a ADOSH que mantenga su nombre confidencial-
Tiene el derecho de solicitar una inspección por parte de ADOSH si cree que
existen condiciones peligrosas o poco saludables en su lugar de trabajo.
Usted o su representante puede participar en la inspección.
Si cree que su patron lo ha discriminado por presentar reclamos de seguridad
y sanidad o por ejercer sus derechos bajo el Acta, puede presentar una queja
a ADOSH durante un plazo de 30 dias después de la acción de discriminación.
También tiene protección de discriminación bajo el acta federal de seguridad
y sanidad ocupacional y puede archivar una queja con el Secretario de Labor
de los Estados Unidos dentro de 30 dias después de la discriminación alega-
Tiene el derecho de ver las citaciones enviadas a su empleador.  Su empleador
debe colocar las citaciones en un lugar visible en el sítio de la supuesta infrac-
ción o cerca de el.
Tiene el derecho de protestar el tiempo dado para correjir una violación.
Tiene el derecho de recibir copias de su historial médico o de los registros de
su exposición a sustancias o condiciones tóxicas y peligrosas.
Su empleador debe colocar este aviso en su lugar de trabajo.	
La ley de seguridad y sanidad en el trabajo no aplica a aquellos patrones que emplean a servicio
doméstico, a patrones de actividades marítimas (protejidos bajo OSHA), a patrones en actividades de
energia atómica (protegidos bajo la Comisión de Energia Atómica), o a patrones en actividades min-
eras (protegidos por la Oficina del Inspector de Minas del Estado de Arizona).  Para registrar una
queja, reportar una emergencia o pedir asistencia de ADOSH, póngase en contacto con la oficina más
cercana :
Industrial Commission web site:	
Nota:  Personas que deseen registrar quejas alegando falta de adecuadez en la administración del plan de seguridad y sanidad ocu-
pacional de Arizona pueden dirigirlas a la siguiente dirección:
U.S. Department of Labor – OSHA  
230 N. 1st Ave., Ste. 202  
Phoenix, AZ  85003
Revisado 10/11 Teléfono:  602-514-7250	
800 West Washington
Phoenix AZ. 85007
Llamada gratis: 855-268-5251	Tucson:
2675 East Broadway
Tucson, AZ. 85716
Llamada gratis: 855-268-5251

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