Good morning Michelle,
Thank you for the additional information. That was exactly what I needed to know. As long as you have a physician who has determined that mold is a problem for you, then you are set.
Under the provisions of California Labor Code § 6310/CAL-OSHA: Employers may not punish workers in any way - including firing, demoting, discriminating or any other form of retaliation - for exercising their right to a safe workplace. Examples of protected activities include complaining to Cal/OSHA, seeking a Cal/OSHA inspection, participating in a Cal/OSHA inspection, and participating or testifying in any proceeding related to a Cal/OSHA inspection.
Furthermore, Title 8 California Code of Regulations (CCR) § 3203 and § 1509 holds that
every California employer to have a written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) to promote health and safety in the workplace; and which includes a system to communicate with workers on health and safety matters, which must include a way for workers to report unsafe conditions without fear of reprisal.
You may not be retaliated against based on your reporting of a workplace health hazard, even if it is later determined that the hazard was either not critical, or even non-existent.
So, feel free to report the presence of the mold in the new story to your Manager, and to indicate that you are suffering from the same symptoms again that you suffered before being transferred. You may not be terminated, punished or retaliated against based on your making of the report. You should consider putting it in writing as well as making a verbal report to your Manager---for documentation purposes.
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