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  1. Re: Worker Rights and Safety vs. Patient Preferences

    Sorry if it wasn't clearer, but: 80-90+℉ is the temperature OUTSIDE the building. (Please pay special attention to the + sign there, though I do apologize if it isn't formatted correctly.) Inside...
  2. Re: Worker Rights and Safety vs. Patient Preferences

    Most of the kitchen staff complain about physical discomfort associated with heat exhaustion such as headaches, cramps, heavy sweating, and fatigue caused by the heat in the sub-kitchens. (Due to my...
  3. Worker Rights and Safety vs. Patient Preferences

    My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Ohio.

    What are the official/legal steps in determining when employee rights and safety outweigh patient dinning room temperature...
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