Safety professionals interact with many other functions within the organization, including but not limited to production, human resources, and medical, with each function possessing specific laws and regulations which govern their actions and inactions. In order to function within the organizational structure, they need a working knowledge of the l
Labor, Management, and Safety. At-Will Employment and Exceptions. Labor Law and Safety. NLRB and Labor-Management Relations. Collective Bargaining. Contract Administration. Title VII and Antidiscrimination Laws. Age Discrimination. Wage and Hour Laws. Federal Retirement and Welfare Laws. Privacy Laws. Family and Medical Leave Act and Safety. Americans with Disabilities Act and Safety. OSHA Inspections and Defenses. New Cases, Laws, and Legislation. Appendix 1: National Labor Relations Act. Appendix 2: Wage and Hour Division (WHD): Minimum Wage Laws in the States-July 1, 2010. Appendix 3: Spotlight on Statistics. Appendix 4: OSHA Instruction. Index.