Under Alabama state employment law, employers must supply a place of employment constructed, repaired, and maintained to keep it reasonably safe (AL Code Sec. 25-1-1).
Employers must maintain reasonably sanitary and hygienic conditions in the workplace for the protection of the life, health, and safety of the employees (AL Code Sec. 22-10-1). If possible, employers should provide separate toilet facilities for each sex.
Mines. Alabama has laws regulating sanitary conditions in mines (AL Code Sec. 25-9-283). Coal mine operators must post a summary of the laws and regulations pertaining to coal mine safety (AL Code Sec. 25-9-364).
Breastfeeding accommodation. State law mandates that a mother may breastfeed her child in any location, public or private, where the mother is otherwise authorized to be present (AL Stat. Sec. 22-1-13). The statute doesn't specifically ...