Workplace safety for employees is regulated under both state and federal law. In California the primary agency for regulation and enforcement of safe labor practices is Cal-OSHA. Under the California Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Occupational and Health Safety Standards Board was created with authority to adopt occupational safety standards for the workplace. They include conducting workplace inspections and investigations of injuries, illness or deaths. Cal-OSHA also investigates complaints made by employees of workplace safety, as well as investigates industrial accidents and unsafe conditions.