Alabama Safety Committees laws & safety compliance analysis

Alabama Safety Committees: What you need to know

Any employer subject to workers' compensation rules must establish a safety committee upon the written request of any employee.

AL Code 25-5-15

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Any employer subject to workers' compensation rules must establish a safety committee upon the written request of any employee. A safety committee must have at least 3 members, one of whom is not a supervisor. The committee must advise the employer regarding safety in the workplace, and establish procedures for employees to notify it of unsafe conditions in the workplace. The safety committee requirement does not apply to employers with a collective bargaining agreement with employees that includes the safety committee provision.

Qualified safety management specialists employed in the safe state program must be available to assist employers in developing or improving their safety programs.


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