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er employee. A OSHA/internal investigation is taking place. I was not directly involved in the situation, not knowing personel were in the area or that any work was going on. I did witness actions prior to any work began, so I've been called in to the internal investigation. I have found out that the supervisor that was at the site during the accident, has stated I was there and gave the ok for some of the events that took place. During the company investigation, it was stressed to me that I could speak to no one, if so 'it could have a effect on my employment". I questioned that statement, stating that I felt I"d been slandered. So since this is a "at will" employer and this isn"t discrimination, could I be fired for contacting a personal attorney or OSHA?