Work isnt following osha regulations?

Okay, so i dont know where to start.. last night a hostess busted her nuckle.. no blood but it looked almost broken in half. My manager looked at it, told her to put ice on it and WALKED AWAY. The next manager looked at it, when "hmm" walked away. Not to mention the femamin wast containers dont have the

Okay, so i dont know where to start.. last night a hostess busted her nuckle.. no blood but it looked almost broken in half. My manager looked at it, told her to put ice on it and WALKED AWAY. The next manager looked at it, when "hmm" walked away. Not to mention the femamin wast containers dont have the wax paper linings in them and havent had them sense the first week i was hired. (This is obviously a biohazard) in which ive been cleaning (with gloves) i was just told last night that I should have never touched that when that was never ever explained to me! I really want to blow thie whistle on these guys because this isnt the first time theyve done stuff like this, but is this enough?

Best Answer:

Bob: sure it is enough.. go for it

Other answer:

Bob:
A hostess position has nothing to do with OSHA.
What exactly did you want the manager to do for the hostess' hand?
Ice is generally what you would put on a bruise.
Your co-worker was not in an emergency situation. She can decide if she wants to seek medical attention at the restaurant's workers comp doctor.

Do you mean feminine waste containers in the restroom stalls?
There is no requirement that they need to have wax paper bags. They can have plastic bag or no bag at all.
You are cleaning them with gloves on. Why do you think you need any more protection. There is no airborne pathogens. You aren't touching anything directly.

There is NOTHING in your note to indicate that the restaurant is in violation of any health or osha requirement.

Love big words:
Time to move on…
Frank:
You are CLEARLY an IDIOT who is NOT HAPPY with a F#CKING JOB. Grow up you little TWERP.
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