Does the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have to release the name of an employee who made an OSHA complaint?

Authors: John D. Surma and Collin G. Warren, Adams and Reese LLP

No. This is up to the complaining employee. To better protect the complaining employee, OSHA will give the employer a copy of an employee complaint that led to an inspection, but will first remove the employee's name unless the employee requests that it be given to the employer.