Indiana OSHA clears air on employee safety as it receives record high complaints

The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or IOSHA, says it is has received a record high of complaints since the pandemic began. According to IOSHA, they have received over 9,000 complaints dating back to mid-March.​  That’s 7.5 times more than their yearly average at 1,200 complaints.”

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