Nevada health care union says OSHA not responding to complaints for workers from COVID-19 frontlines John Sadler, Las Vegas Sun · April 21, 2020 at 11:35 pm One of the largest unions in Nevada claims the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has not properly responded to complaints from hospital workers about the lack of personal protective equipment in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Officials with the Service Employees Union Nevada Local 1107, which represents health care workers across the state, said Tuesday that are filing charges to OSHA within the next few days. Union executive director Grace Vergara-Mactal said that OSHA has not fairly investigated complaints in hospitals that health care workers lack access to protective equipment and that the union is prepared to file “lots of charges” to OSHA. They are advocating for stronger protections for workers. Jody Domineck, a nurse and union board member, said that OSHA’s reluctance to investigate the claims shows they know the dangers of the current environment.