Workplace Security: Alaska
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: Leanne Coffman
- Alaska requires entities to notify residents of the likelihood that their personal information has been subject to a data breach. See Data Security Breaches.
- Alaska has adopted the Uniform Trade Secret Act. See Trade Secrets.
- Under state statutes, residents must be promptly and appropriately notified of any breaches of data that includes private information. See Breach of Security Involving Personal Information.
- Alaska has established very few gun control laws. Permits or licenses are not required by the state to carry a concealed weapon. See Guns and Weapons in the Workplace.
- By reference, the state has adopted the federal OSHA standards, inclusive of those rules that apply to emergency action plans and emergency response. See Emergency Plans and Emergency Closings.