OSHA, or The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, is the main federal agency charged with the enforcement of safety and health legislation.
A new Memorandum of Understanding will enable OSHA and National Labor Relations Board to more effectively enforce related laws and protect workers' rights.
The online safety training expansion includes OSHA 10 (general industry), OSHA 30 (construction), and Certified Pool Operator (CPO).
OSHA has awarded a total of $12.7M in grants to promote workplace safety, health training, and education at non-profit organizations.
OSHA is seeking public comments on proposed changes to clarify regulations on authorized employee representation during workplace inspections.
National competition challenged stakeholders to share tools and resources for educating workers about the dangers of heat exposure in indoor and outdoor workplaces.
OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Program recognizes Cintas location as a top worksite for safety and health management and practices. Plus, old uniforms get a new ride.
This year, Safe + Sound Week will focus on mental health and well-being and resources to help alleviate workplace stress.
Six National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health members have been appointed: Two vacancies still need to be filled.
Summer is a great time to conduct an internal audit of your facility's health and safety protocols, formalize best practices, and begin preparation for the rest of the year.
OSHA has launched a new National Emphasis Program focused on preventing workplace falls.
Whether celebrating at work or at home, OSHA and the American Pyrotechnics Association are urging Americans to stay safe this Independence Day.
Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association's annual Accident Prevention Contest recognizes asphalt roofing manufacturing facilities for workplace safety, specifically low incident rates among workers.
Red Wing Shoe Company is honoring safety professionals who protect workers every day by saying "Thanks For Nothing!"
New OSHA initiative to reduce and prevent workplace falls — a leading cause of workplace fatalities — aligns enforcement, outreach efforts to protect workers.
OSHA's "Beat the Heat" contest seeks to educate workers and employers about the dangers of excessive heat, motivate action to prevent heat illness.
The Safety Professionals Handbook has become a standard reference guide for safety professionals and students across all industries.
Improving indoor air quality (IAQ) is among the most critical steps facility managers can take to mitigate employee concerns and maintain a healthy workspace.
OSHA has extended the safety and health training opportunities if offers throughout the U.S. by adding a new organization to its OTI Education Centers.
High heat and longer hours put construction workers in increased danger of suffering a heat-related illness or accident while on the job.
A Permit to Work system ensures that only qualified people are working on a task, which helps keep everyone in a facility safe.