It seems to be for me. I have SEVERE allergies,anaphylasis and asthma, have had my Doc and allergist both write wriiten statements to my employer that I am not to be exposed to any cleaning agents/toxic fumes, I work as triage in a substance abuse center. Well my employer obviously doesn't give a you know what. Last Tues they cleaned all the carpets the morning of my work with some cleaning chemical, strong smell and then my supervisor opened a few doors to outside to air it out (it was 20 degrees!) and told me to stay away from it- Umm hello ? It's everywhere! Just because it may not bother someone who doesn't have asthma doesn't make it ok. I work only 3 days a week there are 4 other days they can do this. Fast forward now I am back on prednisone, abt and 3 different inhalers and breathing treatments. It's sunday I came into work today and they are stripping the floors in thew lab in my work area with ammonia and doing4 coats of wax, here I go again. I call my supervisor again he acts like "I" am making a big deal out of it and told me to prop the door open and stay in my office with my aircleaner (that I provided), I told him fine but I didn't know how long I would make it and would probably end up in the er over this. He then told me to try and get another nurse to come in. In the mean time, here I sit sucking fumes. If you got this far, my question, isn't this considered a disability do I complain to the EOE, osha oe what agency. I am so upset, this means I'll be sick my days off again and they will continue to expose me to this stuff whenever they feel like it.