My husband was issued a final written warning then terminated there was no investigation
My husband worked in mining for 36 years. He reported a safety issue that needed up in his termination a month after. He received an made up warning that was never investigated by an unbiased source. After his termination we have gone to the 9th circuit court of appeals. Lost that one. Now filling another appeal to the FMSHRC, basically the supreme court in mining issues. Need help please
Without having the details of the investigation, here is the best answer I can provide. OSHA, the US Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration, has whistle-blower protections in place to protect employees who voice/report safety concerns. Section 11(c) of the OSH Act prohibits employers from discriminating or retaliating against employees who exercise their rights under the OSH Act. As a miner, was your husband in some sort of a union who could assist with the matter? I would assume they would have gotten involved by now if there was, but I thought I would ask.
Your husband can file a claim directly to OSHA at https://www.whistleblowers.gov/.
I hope this helps. This sounds very frustrating!
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