P&P C-7 LETTER "h"




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Dear Complainant:

On [Date _________], the Division of Occupational Safety and Health received your complaint (Complaint No.________ ) of the following hazardous conditions at establishment name and address:

1. ______________________________
2. ______________________________
3. ______________________________

The Division conducted an inspection of the item(s) referenced in your complaint with the following results:

2. _______________________________
3. _______________________________

Note:  The item(s) referenced above should include sufficient specificity and detail so the complainant understands why no citations were issued.

Complaint item:  Construction workers are exposed to holes in the roof as they are transporting building materials across the roof.

Findings:  All roof holes were guarded by either temporary railings and toeboards or by covers.

If you do not agree that the hazards you complained about have been satisfactorily corrected, please contact me within ten (10) days of the date of this letter or I will assume that the hazard(s) has been corrected. If I do not hear from you by specify date, I will assume that the hazard has been corrected and will close the case file.

California law protects any person who makes a complaint about a workplace safety or health hazard from being treated differently, discharged or discriminated against in any manner by their employer. If you believe that you have been discriminated against because you made a complaint to the Division of Occupational Safety and Health, you may file a discrimination complaint with the nearest office of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (Labor Commissioner). However, you must file your complaint within six (6) months of the discriminatory action. Thank you for your concern about workplace safety and health.



District Manager or Designee

enclosure(s): Citation(s) or Notice of No Violations, whichever is applicable.