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Employers: Learn about new requirements for providing paid leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and find compliance assistance resources.
OSHA and the CDC issued guidance to reduce the risk of coronavirus exposure in the meatpacking and meat processing industries.
Farm Safety and Health Week, observed every year during the third week of September, provides an opportunity to reflect on practices to keep agricultural workers safe and healthy all year round.
When the U.S. Department of Labor created the Office of Compliance Initiatives (OCI) in 2018, our main goals were to help employers comply with our laws and regulations and help workers understand their rights.
Sept. 14-18 is the National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, a great time to review your company’s safety and health program and conduct fall safety training.
The Rosies were among millions of women who supported the U.S. war effort in WWII - as civilians and in the armed forces.
Do you have an emergency kit at work? Get tips on preparing for emergencies during National Preparedness Month.
How the U.S. Department of Labor’s compliance assistance efforts are helping workers and employers around the country.
We’ve streamlined federal workers’ compensation claims processing. Learn about the benefits of the new online system that will be used by all federal agencies.
During National Breastfeeding Month, the Wage and Hour Division is highlighting critical protections for nursing mothers.