Definition of "right-to-know"
  1. This term pertains to laws that compel businesses, such as manufacturers of hazardous chemicals, to disclose information about these substances both to employees involved in their usage and to the wider community
How to use "right-to-know" in a sentence
  1. As per the right-to-know law, the factory had to inform the local community about the potentially dangerous substances they were handling daily.
  2. The company failed to comply with the right-to-know law, leading to a lack of awareness among workers about the hazardous materials they were exposed to.
  3. The right-to-know law enabled workers in the chemical plant to be properly trained and informed about the possible risks involved in handling certain chemicals.

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