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New Mexico Free Printable Labor Law Posters Posters New Mexico Job Health and Safety Poster Required

 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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Site	 Address	 / Dirección	 de	 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./Número	 de	 Teléfono:	 	
505	-476	-8700 or 1	-877	-610	-6742	 	
Fax	 Number/Número	 de	 Fax:	 	
505	-476	-8734	 	
• 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 inspection.  
• 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 
co mplaint, report an emergency, or seek free OSHA advice and assistance, call 1 -877-610-6742 or (505) 
476- 8700 or email at Complaints.OSHA@ env.nm.gov. 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. 
Revision  2023 	
• Tiene derecho  a notificar  a su  empleador  o a OSHA  sobre los peligros  en el  lugar  de  trabajo.  Usted puede 
pedir a OSHA que mantenga su nombre confidencial.  
• Tiene el derecho a solicitar una inspección de OSHA de Nuevo México si cree que existen condiciones 
inseguras o  insalubres en  su  lugar  de trabajo.  Usted o su  representante  pueden participar  en  la  inspección.  
• Puede presentar una queja ante OSHA de Nuevo México dentro de los 30 días siguientes a la 
discriminación  por  parte  de  su  empleador  por  presentar  quejas  de  seguridad y  salud o por  ejercer  sus 
derechos bajo la Ley de Salud y Seguridad Ocupacional de Nuevo México.  
• Tiene derecho  a ver  las citaciones  de OSHA  emitidas  a su  empleador.  Su empleador  debe publicar  las 
citaciones en el lugar o cerca del lugar de la supuesta violación.  
• Su empleador debe corregir  los  peligros  en  el  lugar  de  trabajo  a más tardar hasta  la  fecha  indicada  en  la 
citación y debe certificar que estos peligros han sido reducidos o eliminados.  
• Tiene derecho  a obtener  copias de su  historial  médico  o de  los  registros  de su  exposición a  sustancias o 
condiciones tóxicas y nocivas.  
• Su empleador  debe  publicar  este  aviso  en su  lugar  de  trabajo. 
• Debe  cumplir  con todas  los estándares  de  OSHA  emitidos  bajo  la  Ley  OSH  que  se aplican a  sus propias 
acciones y conducta en el trabajo.  
• Los empleadores  deben proporcionar a sus  empleados un lugar  de trabajo  libre  de peligros  reconocidos.  
• Los empleadores  deben  cumplir  con los estándares  de  OSHA  emitidos  bajo  la  Ley  de  OSHA.  
La  Ley  de  Seguridad  y  Salud Ocupacional  de   1970  (OSH Act).  P.L.   91-956,  asegura  unas 
condiciones de trabajo seguras y saludables para los trabajadores y trabajadoras de todo el país. La 
Administración  de  Seguridad  y  Salud  Ocupacional,  en el  Departamento  de  Trabajo  de   los Estados 
Unidos,  tiene  la  responsabilidad  principal  de   administrar  la Ley  OSHA.  Los  derechos 
enumerados aquí 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 Federal de Salud y Seguridad Ocupacional monitorea el funcionamiento del programa estatal para 
asegurar su continua eficacia. Cualquier persona que desee registrar una queja relativa a la administración del 
Programa de Salud y Seguridad Ocupacional de Nuevo México puede hacerlo comunicándose con el Departamento de 
Trabajo de los Estados Unidos, Administración de Salud y Seguridad Ocupacional, 525 Griffin Street, Room 602, 
Dallas, Texas 75202, teléfono (972) 850- 4145. 	
You	 Have	 a Right	 to	 a Safe	 and	 Healthful	 Workplace	 	
 	Tiene	 Derecho	 a un	 Lugar	 de	 Trabajo	 Saludable	 y Seguro	 	
¡ES	 LA	 LEY!	 	
NM	 OSHA	 -The	 Best	 Resource	 for	 Health	 and	 Safety	 	
El	 mejor	 recurso	 para	 la salud	 y la seguridad

Other New Mexico Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS

There are an additional fifteen optional and mandatory New Mexico labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.

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