Petition Closed

Nevada OSHA has a troubling past of not protecting Nevada Worker's under the Labor Act, per US Dept of Labor via a Las Vegas Sun investigation.

http://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=NEWS_RELEASES&p_id=16617

That pattern of ineptness, failure to give citations and failure to conduct credible invetsigations still exists to today. In one instance, OSHA investigator's allowed a non profit, Eagle Quest of Nevada, Inc., to conduct private interviews with three female juveniles and one adult, all victims who were severly medically neglected in the desert, without OSHA being present or their parents or law enforcement being notified (the interviews are never done and OSHA won't discuss that).

This means that mandatory reporters and injured employee's have no recourse in Nevada, as OSHA is enabling the employers to violate labor laws. OSHA also misinterpreted the legal standards and case law of the 30-day filing time and equitable tolling.

Tell OSHA chief, Donald Jayne, Governor Sandoval and his cabinet appointee  Terry Johnson, Business & Industry, that Nevada employee's need full credible protections and investigations  under the Labor Act

Letter to
Director; Business & Industry; OSHA Terry Johnson
Governor Brian Sandoval
Senior Investigator: Nevada OSHA Jimmie Garrett
and 8 others
Investigator; Nevada OSHA Mike Ybarra
Chief Admin. Nevada OSHA Steve Coffield
Chief: Nevada OSHA Donald Jayne
Operations Manager: Eagle Quest of Nevada, Inc. Dave Doyle
US Dept of Labor; San Francisco Joshua Paul
Lt. Governor Brian Kriltich
CEO Eagle Quest of Nevada, Inc. John Shute
First Lady Kathleen Sandoval
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Nevada OSHA.

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Protect Worker's Rights vs the Employer Gaming the System

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Nevada OSHA has a troubling past of not protecting Nevada Worker's under the Labor Act, per US Dept of Labor via a Las Vegas Sun investigation.

http://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=NEWS_RELEASES&p_id=16617

That pattern of ineptness, failure to give citations and failure to conduct credible invetsigations still exists to today. In one instance, OSHA investigator's allowed a non profit, Eagle Quest of Nevada, Inc., to conduct private interviews with three female juveniles and one adult, all victims who were severly medically neglected in the desert, without OSHA being present or their parents or law enforcement being notified (the interviews are never done and OSHA won't discuss that).

This means that mandatory reporters and injured employee's have no recourse in Nevada, as OSHA is enabling the employers to violate labor laws. OSHA also misinterpreted the legal standards and case law of the 30-day filing time and equitable tolling.

Tell OSHA chief, Donald Jayne, Governor Sandoval and his cabinet appointee Terry Johnson, Business & Industry, that Nevada employee's need full credible protections and investigations under the Labor Act



Sincerely,