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 New Mexico Job Health and Safety Poster PDF

The New Mexico Job Health and Safety Poster is a labor law posters poster by the New Mexico Department Of Workforce Solutions. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in New Mexico, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster, written in English and Spanish, must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. This poster by New Mexico's state OSHA department (NMOSHA) describes the health and safety regulations that employers must follow as well as the right for employees to be able to file complaints if the workplace doesn't feel safe or if discriminated against in the workplace.

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You Have a Right to a Safe and Healthful Workplace	 	
• You 	have the right to notify your employer or OSHA about workplace hazards. You may ask OSHA 	
to keep your name confidential.	 	
• You  have the right  to  request a  New  Mexico OSHA  inspection if  you  believe  that  there  are  unsafe  or 
unhealthful  conditions  in  your  workplace.    You  or  your  representative  may  participate  in  the 
• You can file a complaint with New Mexico OSHA within 30 days of discrimination by your employer 
for  making  safety  and  health  complaints  or  for  exercising  your  rights  under  the  New  Mexico 
Occupational Health and Safety Act.	 	
• You  have  a  right  to  see  OSHA  citations  issued  to  your  employer.    Your  employer  must  post  the 
citations at or near the place of the alleged violation.	 	
• Your employer must correct workplace hazards by the date indicated on the citation and must certify 
that these hazards have been reduced or eliminated.	 	
• You have the right to 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.	 	
• You must comply with all OSHA standards issued under the 	OSH Act 	that apply to your own actions 	
and conduct on the job.	 	 
• Employers must furnish your employees a place of employment free from recognized hazards.	 	
• Employers must comply with the OSHA standards issued under the 	OSHA Act	. 	
The  Occupational  Safety  and  Health  Act  of  1970  (OSH  Act).  P.L.  91	-956,  assures  safe  and  healthful 	
working conditions for working men and women throughout the Nation.  The Occupational Safety and 
Health  Administration,  in  the  U.S.  Department  of  Labor,  has  the  primary  responsibility  for 
administering  the  OSHA  Act.  The  rights  listed  here  may  vary  depending  on  the  particular 
circumstances.  To file a complaint, report an emergency, or seek free OSHA advice and assistance, call 
1-877	-610	-6742  or  (505)  476	-8700  or  email  at  [email protected]	. Our fax number 	
is 	(505)  476	-8734	.    For  information  or  assistance  relative  to  the  State  Occupational  Health  &  Safety 	
program, please refer to address to the left side of poster.	 	  The Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration monitors the operation of the state program to assure its 
continued  effectiveness.  Anyone  wishing  to  register  a  complaint  concerning  the  administration  of  the  New  Mexico 
Occupational  Health  and  Safety  Program  may  do  so  by  contacting  U.S.  Department  of  Labor,  Occupational  Safety 
and Health Administration, 525 Griffin Street, Room 602, Dallas, Texas 75202 at (972) 850	-4145.	 	 	 	
Usted Tiene el Derecho a un Lugar de Trabajo Seguro y Saludable.	 	
• Usted tiene el derecho de notificar a sun empleador o a la OSHA sobre peligros en el lugar de trabajo. 
Usted tambi	én puede pedir que la OSHA no revele su nomber.	 	
• Usted tiene el derecho de pedir a la OSHA de Nuevo Mexicó que realize una inspección si usted piensa 
que  en  su  trabajo  existen  condiciones  peligrosas  o  poco  saludables.  Usted  o  su  representante  pueden 
participar en esa inspección.	 	
• Usted tiene 30 dias para presentar una queja ante la OSHA 	de Nuevo Mexicó 	si su empleador llaga a 	
tomar represalias o discriminar en su contra por haber denunciado la condición de seguridad o salud 
o por ejercer los derechos consagrados bajo la Ley OSH 	de Nuevo Mexicó.	 	
• Usted tiene el derecho de ver las citaciones enviadas por la OSHA a su empleador. Su empleador debe 
colocar las citaciones en el lugar donde se encontraron las supuestas infracciones o cerca de mismo.	 	
• Su empleador debe corregir los peligros en el lugar de trabajo para la fecha indicada en la citación y 
debe certificar que dichos peligros se hayan reducido o desaparecido.	 	
• Usted tiene derecho de recibir copias de su historial o registro médico y el registro de su exposición a 
sustancias o condiciones tóxicas o dañinas.	 	
• Su empleador debe colocar este aviso en su lugar de trabajo.	 	
• Usted debe cumplir con todas la normas de seguridad y salud ocupacionales expedidas conforme a la 
Ley OSH que sean aplicables a sus propias acciones y conducta en el trabajo.	 	 	
• Usted debe proporcionar a sus empleados un lugar de empleo libre de peligros conocidos.	 	
• Usted  debe  cumplir  con  las  normas  de  seguridad  y  salud  ocupacionales  expedidas  conforme  a  la  Ley 
La  Ley  de  Seguridad  y  Salud  Ocupacionales  de  1970  (la  Ley),  P.L.  91	-596,  garantiza  condiciones 	
ocupacionales  seguras  y  saludables  para  los  hombres  y  las  mujeres  que  desempeñen  algún  trabajo  en 
todo el Estado de Nuevo México. La Administración de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacionales (OSHA), es la 
responsable  principal  de  supervisar  la  Ley.  Los  derechos  que  se  indican  en  este  documento  pueden 
variar  según  las  circunstancias  particulares.  Para  presentar  un  reclamo,  informar  sobre  una 
emergencia o pedir consejos y asistencia  gratis de la OSHA, llame  	1-877	-610	-6742 	or 	(505)  476	-8700 	
o email [email protected]	. Número de facsímil 	- (505) 476	-8734	. 	
La  Administración  de  Salud  y  Seguridad  Ocupacional  Federal  supervisa  la  operación  del  programa  estatal  para 
asegurar  su  eficacia  continuada.  Alguien  deseando  registrar  una  queja  acerca  de  la  administración  de  OSHA  por 
parte  del  Estado,  puede  hacer  así  por  ponerse  en  contacto 	New  Mexico  Environment  Department,  Occupational 	
Safety  and Health  Administration,   525  Griffin   Street,   Room  602,  Dallas,  Texas   75202,  numero   de    telefono  
(972) 850	-4145.	 	 
  	 	NM OSHA	 	The Best Resource for Health and Safety 	 	
 	 	 	 	 	El Major Recurso para la Salud y Seguridad	 	
Site Address / La Dirección a la 
525 Camino de los Marquez, 
Ste. 3	 	
Santa Fe, NM 87505	 	
Mailing Address / Dirección de 
PO Box 5469	 	
Santa Fe, NM 87502	-5469	 	
Telephone No./Numero de 
505	-476	-8700 or 1	-877	-610	-6742	 	
Fax Number/Número de 
R022607 MMP

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