OSHA has launched a program that will use electronic information submitted by employers to target high-injury rate establishments in an effort to decrease hazards in the workplace.
An alliance between OSHA and the SMRP was formed to provide information and training on preventing worker exposure to health and safety hazards in the workplace.
OSHA takes a look how to best prepare for restorations and repairs after a flood.
OSHA outlines how to keep workers safe before, during and after Hurricane Florence.
The U.S. Department of Labor announced a total of $10.5 million in available funds to support the creation of in-person, hands-on training and educational programs.
OSHA has confirmed that it will begin enforcing certain requirements of the final rule on occupational exposure to beryllium while other ancillary provisions will not be enforced until June 25.