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I'm completely scared of what is to come from this situation I have at work...On Monday when I came in to work, I'm in charge of hazmat and I had to verify that over the weekend hazmat was completed and that it was in the binder.

Saturday was in there, but it was brought to my attention that Sundays weren't, and so I went to the opening manager on Monday to ask who opened Sunday. I found out who it was and she wanted me to backdate hazmat for that day and she inputted her name and initialed it and was put in the binder. I felt that I couldn't tell the manager no I cant do this without knowing what the consequences would be. I want to know what should I do???  
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If you have access to email , log it with your saved docs timed and dated on the email account as a note to bring up for at a future training day the importance and correct documentation and health safety issues attached, 'fire drill' etc, and then make a note on your written and electronic diary.

Watch and learn, listen and be polite. And if it happens again , remember! being silent isn't being strong, send your concerns anonymously to a senior unattached health and safety officer, and watch and learn while they have a refresher training day and ask all to sign they been and had it. Good luck,
Your reason for this, thought, as the best lesson for all and the company, education was the best way forward for the time being.
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