Ohio's Public Employment Risk Reduction Program mandates a safe workplace, free of hazards that might cause physical harm to employees. Administered by the Ohio Department of Commerce/Division of Labor and Worker Safety's Bureau of Occupational Safety and Health, its standards govern public workplaces, employees, and employers. Employees have the right to refuse to work under conditions reasonably believed to cause imminent danger of death or serious harm, provided that they are not normal conditions or those that might reasonably be expected to occur in the employee's job. Temporary emergency standards may be promulgated in the event of an emergency or unusual situation (for example, if public employees face grave danger from exposure to toxic substances) (OH Rev. Code Sec. 4167.01et seq.).