John Deere has signed a settlement agreement with OSHA, resolving a lawsuit centering around the anti-retaliation provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

A pipefitter who was terminated from the company in 2012 will receive a total of $204,315 in back wages and “front pay” and $70,685 in other damages after reporting unsafe working conditions and filing a complaint with OSHA after John Deere failed to correct one of the unsafe conditions.