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Many growing careers focus on protecting workers and the general public. Here are 10 safety-related occupations that all pay at least the median annual wage.
If your workplace is in the path of a hurricane, do you have a plan to keep workers safe? Follow these hurricane prep steps.
With temperatures on the rise across the country, check out these six practices to keep workers safe this summer.
MSHA's Sam Pierce shares why he got the COVID vaccine and five facts that miners should know.
Join our Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction May 3-7 and learn how to keep workers safe.
On Workers Memorial Day, we honor the working people who lost their lives on the job and mourn with the families and friends left behind.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration marks a half century of protecting workers.
One hundred and ten years ago, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire changed the course of worker safety in the U.S. Since then, we have helped transform America’s workplaces to ensure safe and healthful working conditions.