By: Chris Brasure

How To File A Safety And Health Complaint


You may file a complaint while having the understanding that professional treatment has been offered by any of the healthcare companies operated by the Texas Department of State Health Services. In most cases, people living in Texas often do not understand the basic approach to filing a safety and health complaint. In this article, you will discover a viable path on how to file a safety and health complaint quickly.

Items To Provide When Making A Safety And Health Complaint:

In the state of Texas, there are certain items that help the process of making a complaint a success. It is highly expedient for anyone to get these items ready in order to make the complaint procedure quicker. You can read on to discover the most important items that will make your safety and health complaint processed as quickly as possible.

  1. To the incident being reported, you will have to specify all facts directly related.
  2. The dates of the incident are highly important.
  3. The social security number, date of birth, telephone number, address, and the name of the victim should be provided. The info of the clients/parents referenced in the complaint should also be provided if available.
  4. Your telephone, address, and name are the most important items. Your privacy will be highly respected. These details should be provided with respect to the Public Information Act, as there is every possibility to remain anonymous when making your complaint.

How To Submit A Safety And Health Complaint?

Via the complaint hotline, complaints may be faxed, mailed or delivered by phone. A complaint against a licensed and insured abortion center may not be accepted in the same manner or procedure. If you are making any complaints against abortion services, it can be done anonymously or by writing. This will help you to get quick information about the processing and other important details.

How A Safety And Health Complaint Is Processed?

At this juncture, it is important to know that the procedure to make a complaint will result in how you get quick results. The Facility Compliance Group will always receive the complaints and act according to the state of Texas’ regulation procedures. You can follow the simple steps for resolving public/consumer complaints.

  1. Take forcefully action or procedure against facility accordingly.
  2. The investigative findings of complaint should be notified.
  3. Recommend forceful action or procedure be moved contrary to the facility when required.
  4. Determine lawful violations when confirmed.
  5. Carry out investigation by mail or visiting the point of action as appropriate.
  6. Send referral detailed letters to other lawful associations as required.
  7. If a standard violation exit, then authorize investigations.
  8. Evaluate or inspect allegations to determine if the victim to another lawful association is appropriate.
  9. Evaluate or inspect allegations to determine if a standard law violation exists.

The Health Care Financing Administration of the U.S Department of Health and Human Services may face federal regulatory action against a lawful entity. However, when needed, there is every possibility for a state license lawful action against a certified person to be taken. This can be done by the Texas Department of State Health Services via the Enforcement Unit. Following the comprehensive information in the page will help you greatly on how to file a safety and health complaint in Texas.

By Chris Brasure

Brasure Law Firm, PLLC was founded by Chris Brasure in 2006. His legal accomplishments are diverse and numerous. He is a fellow with the Texas Bar Foundation, was a delegate in the American Bar Association House of Delegates and holds a BA in political science and speech communication from Baylor University. He then went on to obtain his law degree from Baylor University Law School. Chris believes that education is absolutely critical to one’s success, so his firm now offers The Brasure Law Firm Scholarship to give back to the community and to help students who are seeking to pursue a higher education.