Easy Guide to OSHA.gov Website
The OSHA.gov website offers a wealth of information that covers everything you need to know about safety standards and training, compliance duties, as well as OSHA’s responsibility in upholding the highest standards of workplace safety and health across all US industries. Found below are links (in blue) to popular pages on the OSHA.gov website and a brief description of each page.
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OSHA.gov Home Page
The OSHA official home page features the latest news, statistical reports and links to helpful information on occupational safety and safety training.
The OSHA Outreach training programs are voluntary programs that cater to entry level workers and site managers of the construction, maritime, disaster site and general industries. This page provides an overview of what to expect from the OSHA outreach training program, program requirements for trainers and industry procedures and links to relevant resources.
OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Construction Industry Training
The OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 hour construction industry training course may come in handy for people who work in construction. OSHA has established the guidelines for the training, but does not provide the training itself.
OSHA 10 & 30 Hour General Industry Training
This link provides a quick background on why safety training is crucial to the general industries, which cover all industries except agriculture, maritime and construction. http://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/generalindustry/index.html
A comprehensive library of OSHA standards, rules and regulations implemented for recordkeeping and preserving workplace health and safety in a wide variety of industries.
This page elaborates on workers’ rights to a safe workplace. The page contains information about the OSHA Act, employer’s responsibilities, safety measures and how to file a complaint against employers who do not observe OSHA standards of safety.
Injury and Illness Prevention Programs
Empower your business by gaining access to OSHA’s tools and guides for designing injury and illness prevention programs for your workplace.
Top Ten Most Frequently Cited Violations
Found in this page are links to top ten violations against OSHA standards that employers should watch out for.
This page provides users access to a web submission form where they can send error reports of the technical difficulties they’ve encountered on the site.
Contact details for reaching OSHA are also posted on the page for workers who would like to file a complaint or request an inspection of their workplace. Get a quick answer to your workplace safety and health questions or log an emergency report by calling the OSHA toll free number: 800-321-OSHA (6742).