The-definition.com

Definition

Right-to-know

Right-to-know is an OSHA standard providing workers with protection from hazardous substances in the workplace by requiring employers to keep employees informed of any hazardous substances that they may be working with, as well as the hazards and symptoms associated with the substance.

Share it:  Cite

More from this Section

  • Inplacement counseling
    Inplacement counseling is a form of employee counseling geared toward acclimating recently ...
  • Ergonomics
    Ergonomics is the design of the equipment, furniture, machinery or tools used in the workplace ...
  • Interview Questions
    Some typical interview questions include the following: What the job being performed? What ...
  • Norris-LaGuardia Act
    Norris-LaGuardia Act A 1932 law that limited the power of federal courts to stop union ...
  • The Civil Rights Act of 1991 (CRA 1991)
    Several subsequent Supreme Court rulings in the 1980s had the effect of limiting the protection ...