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OSHA Regional Offices by State

Filed under Workplace Safety. Fact checked on June 7, 2012.

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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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  1. Alabama OSHA Regional Office
  2. Alaska OSHA Regional Office
  3. Arizona OSHA Regional Office
  4. Arkansas OSHA Regional Office
  5. California OSHA Regional Office
  6. Colorado OSHA Regional Office
  7. Connecticut OSHA Regional Office
  8. Delaware OSHA Regional Office
  9. District of Columbia OSHA Regional Office
  10. Florida OSHA Regional Office
  11. Georgia OSHA Regional Office
  12. Hawaii OSHA Regional Office
  13. Idaho OSHA Regional Office
  14. Illinois OSHA Regional Office
  15. Indiana OSHA Regional Office
  16. Iowa OSHA Regional Office
  17. Kansas OSHA Regional Office
  18. Kentucky OSHA Regional Office
  19. Louisiana OSHA Regional Office
  20. Maine OSHA Regional Office
  21. Maryland OSHA Regional Office
  22. Massachusetts OSHA Regional Office
  23. Michigan OSHA Regional Office
  24. Minnesota OSHA Regional Office
  25. Mississippi OSHA Regional Office
  1. Missouri OSHA Regional Office
  2. Montana OSHA Regional Office
  3. Nebraska OSHA Regional Office
  4. Nevada OSHA Regional Office
  5. New Hampshire OSHA Regional Office
  6. New Jersey OSHA Regional Office
  7. New Mexico OSHA Regional Office
  8. New York OSHA Regional Office
  9. North Carolina OSHA Regional Office
  10. North Dakota OSHA Regional Office
  11. Ohio OSHA Regional Office
  12. Oklahoma OSHA Regional Office
  13. Oregon OSHA Regional Office
  14. Pennsylvania OSHA Regional Office
  15. Rhode Island OSHA Regional Office
  16. South Carolina OSHA Regional Office
  17. South Dakota OSHA Regional Office
  18. Tennessee OSHA Regional Office
  19. Texas OSHA Regional Office
  20. Utah OSHA Regional Office
  21. Vermont OSHA Regional Office
  22. Virginia OSHA Regional Office
  23. Virgin Islands
  24. Washington OSHA Regional Office
  25. West Virginia OSHA Regional Office
  26. Wisconsin OSHA Regional Office
  27. Wyoming OSHA Regional Office
  28. Puerto Rico

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