OSHA Resources

Form for Filing a Hazard Complaint

OSHA provides an online form to report possible safety or health hazards. Simply click the link provided, fill out and submit. Please be aware that unlawful statements are punishable under OSHA standards. http://www.osha.gov/pls/osha7/eComplaintForm.html

OSHA Worker's Page

Since the beginning, OSHA's mission has been to ensure employees have a safe and healthful workplace. If you work in a private sector, you are covered by an OSHA regional office. If you work in a public sector, you are covered by OSHA programs operated by those states. To find out more information and how you are covered under worker rights, click here: http://www.osha.gov/as/opa/worker/index.html

OSHA Publications

The OSHA website provides publications for download and/or purchase including items such as brochures, fact sheets, pocket guides, posters and guidance documents. While some may be required, other purposes are to aid in your industry training, for study material, or for quick references on the work site. Click here to access OSHA publications: http://www.osha.gov/pls/publications/publication.html

State Safety and Health Programs

Many states such as California, Kentucky, Nevada and New York have State Plans. Section 18 of the OSH Act encourages States to develop and implement safety and health programs which OSHA approves and monitors. To find out if your state has a safety and health program, click this link: http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/osp/index.html

Safety and Health Topics

Interested in learning more about a specific safety or health topic? OSHA has a searchable database with a range of topics such as Airline Industry, Avian Flu, Carcinogens, Indoor Air Quality, Motor Vehicle Safety, Substance Abuse and much more. Click the link below to search and select a topic for more information: http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/index.html


OSHA Articles

Workplace Summer Safety Tips

It’s now officially summer, and as the temperature outside continues to rise, so too does the danger of working in it. Every year, thousands of workers suffer some form of injury or illness from becoming overheated on the job, and some even die. These are preventable. » Read more...

Easy Ways to Improve Your Ergonomics (And Why You Should)

Many people may only know the term ‘ergonomics' from oddly shaped keyboards or expensive office chairs, but it's a far-reaching process designed to make work safer and more efficient. In the process, it can save a company substantially. » Read more...

Quick Guide to Crowd Management Safety

Every year around the holidays, retailers prepare for massive groups of people by hosting extravagant sales and staffing more employees. However, more needs to be done to keep both shoppers and employees safe, as the 2008 death of a retail worker due to the unruly crowd showed. » Read more...

Being Prepared for an Emergency in the Workplace

Emergencies can happen at any time. The most effective way to handle a crisis situation is to prepare in advance by creating an Emergency Action Plan. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) even requires written Emergency Action Plans for many businesses... » Read more...

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