Filed under Workplace Safety. Fact checked on June 7, 2012.
Information and resources are available from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's regional offices to help employers comply with workplace safety requirements
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is the government agency that regulates workplace safety. A large part of OSHA's mission is to assist employers in creating a safe work environment that meets government standards.
Employers can contact the appropriate OSHA office for their region for information and assistance in workplace safety matters. Check your state on the map for the contact information for your state.
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You can use OSHA requirements as a guide to developing and implementing a safety program for your workplace. For a program to be effective, you need to analyze your work site and involve your employees in the process.
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