FILE A WORKPLACE COMPLAINT
You can file a complaint if you believe conditions in a workplace are unsafe or if you or someone else is experiencing harassment or violence on the job and believe your employer is not correcting the situation.
Before you report your situation, you can:
- discuss your concerns with your supervisor or employer
- consult your joint health and safety committee member or OSH OFFICER, if there is one
One of the main purposes of the RA 11058 or Occupational Safety and Health Law is to enable a strong internal responsibility system in the workplace, which gives everyone in the workplace a role to play in keeping workplaces safe and healthy. Health and safety issues should be discussed with the health and safety committee or OSH OFFICER, if there is one. If the situation continues after you’ve tried to discuss your concerns, you can file a complaint through the SAFE FILMING PROGRAM.
Complete and submit this form to file a complaint with the SAFE FILMING PROGRAM about a workplace health and safety concern. Note: We monitor online submissions only during business hours. SAFE FILMING responds to health and safety complaints submitted through this form during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m, excluding holidays.
What if you need help right away? If this is an emergency call 911 immediately.
If the identified issue or hazard poses an immediate threat to the health and safety of a worker, please call DOLE HOTLINE instead of completing this form. DOLE 24/7 HOTLINE 1349.