The use of Internet of things (IoT) for occupational health and safety programs is not unproblematic, as sensors create a massive data trail that organizations could easily harness and repurpose for purposes other than health (e.g., commercial goals, job cuts or other drastic changes, which may be against the good of the workforce). With this project, we would like to investigate, from an information systems, legal, and ethical perspective the opportunities and risks when IoT is introduced in the workplace. We will perform analyses of the legal and ethical frameworks applicable to the general use of IoT for health and its compatibility with the fundamental rights anchored in the Swiss legal system. We will also propose safeguards and practical solutions for increasing trust and reducing exaggerated resistance towards data-driven occupational health and safety programs that do enforce relevant ethical guidelines and Swiss laws.