Report: Biden CEO wants whistleblowers to report companies violating vaccine mandate


The Biden administration will reportedly lean on whistleblowers in an effort to enforce its new vaccine mandate for companies with more than 100 employees.

According to an Associated Press report, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration – or OSHA – that has been tasked with managing the vaccine mandate rule, does not have enough safety inspectors to enforce the mandate.

Debbie Berkowitz, an OSHA consultant during the Obama administration, complains that “there is no army of OSHA inspectors that will knock on employers’ doors or call them.”

The warrant aims to impose fines of up to $ 14,000 for serious violation and will go into effect on January 4.

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Enforcement of the vaccine mandate will need informants

An earlier report from the Daily Mail indicated that enforcement of the vaccine mandate would be through inspectors.

“Rule enforcement,” according to an official in a background call with socket, “It will be like that of any other standard, which provides for inspections to verify compliance”.

Berkowitz, however, believes there are not enough inspectors at OSHA to meet such widespread enforcement needs.

“They will rely on workers and their union representatives to file complaints where the company is completely violating the law,” he said.

Jim Frederick, the acting chief of OSHA, appears to agree that whistleblowing complaints will be necessary for the Biden administration to enforce the vaccine mandate.

Frederick said the agency will focus “where workers need assistance to have a safe and healthy workplace,” adding, “which typically comes in the form of a complaint.”

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The mandate raises constitutional concerns

Berkowitz suggests that the mandate rule on vaccines will be rather weak if it is based on whistleblowers.

“You fill out a form or someone fill out a form for you,” he said. “And that’s all the workers have. If OSHA decides not to inspect, that’s it. Or if OSHA checks but decides not to sue the employer, that’s it. … So it’s a pretty weak law. “

Realistically, though, OSHA under President Biden will pull away whatever complaints related to COVID?

Biden is so desperate that he deserves credit for slowing the virus down … more Americans died of COVID in 2021 and throughout 2020 – that such complaints will no doubt be taken seriously.

Frederick says OSHA will be ready to handle whistleblower complaints.

“We will have our staff available and responsive to complaints, which is the number one way to know about problems in the workplace,” he said.

Will they investigate complaints about the president’s unconstitutional actions?

Will they investigate complaints from those who believe the vaccine is unnecessary due to their natural immunity?

Will they investigate complaints of forced or forced compliance?

The White House on Monday advised companies to ignore a federal court’s temporary suspension of the vaccine’s mandate, saying they should continue to comply with the order.

This is despite the fact that the federal court has said that the vaccine mandate raises “serious statutory and constitutional issues.”

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