- 17-8-412 Prohibitions on employers -- employee remedies.
A governmental entity or private entity may not adopt or enforce a rule, regulation, or policy preventing an employee from disclosing information to a government or law enforcement agency with regard to or from acting in furtherance of an investigation of a violation.
- 50-71-123 Retaliation prohibited.
A public sector employer may not retaliate against a public sector employee.
- The general citation for the Occupational Safety and Health Act: Title 50, chapter 71, Mont. Code Ann. (2009)
- The statute that is violated by a public sector employer with an unsafe workplace: 50-71-116(1), MCA (2009)
- The Department’s authority to conduct an inspection: 50-71-118, MCA (2009)
- The Department’s authority to issue a written citation (and impose a monetary penalty): 50-71-119, MCA (2009)
Jerry Laughery firstname.lastname@example.org 406-444-1797
Lana Cooper 406-444-6401
Specialist Email Phone
Ethan Anderson email@example.com 406-444-0432
David Evans firstname.lastname@example.org 406-444-6596
Tyler Sanders email@example.com
Compliance Specialist Profiles:
Ethan Anderson- Helena
Ethan was born and raised in Great Falls, MT. He graduated from Montana Tech of the University of Montana with a B.S. in Occupational Safety and Health in 2017. Throughout his college career, he has gained safety and health knowledge through education, surface coal mining and underground metal mining in Wyoming, North Dakota, and Michigan. He currently is a Compliance Specialists for the Department of Labor and Industry. Ethan enjoys spending his free time with family and friends; fishing, boating, and hiking/backpacking.
David Evans - Helena
David was born and raised in Montana and has recently earned a M.S. in Industrial Hygiene and a B.S. in Occupation Safety and Health from Montana Tech of the University of Montana. Through his education and work experience David has gained safety knowledge in a variety of different industries including construction, mining and general industry. David also has experience in the industrial hygiene field conducting many different types of exposure assessments including aerosol sampling and noise monitoring.
Tyler Sanders - Helena
Tyler Sanders was born and raised as a Montana kid. He attended Capital High throughout high school and went on to graduate from Montana Tech In 2018 with a B.S. in Occupational Safety and Health while also being a 4-year starter on the football team. Tyler gained his hands-on safety knowledge by interning in industrial construction as well as underground coal mining throughout his previous internship in New Mexico. Tyler enjoys all the outdoor activities that Montana has to offer such as hiking, fly fishing, hunting, and skiing.