Filed under Workplace Safety. Fact checked on May 24, 2012.
OSHA, the government agency that regulates workplace safety, provides consultation services in each state to assist employers in complying with legal requirements and creating safety programs
A state consultation agency in each state is part of the national consultation program funded by OSHA. The consultation service may be an approved independent agency or a separate part of the agency that administers the state occupational safety and health plan.
Check your state on the map for the contact information of an OSHA-approved consultation source.
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