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We are committed to ensuring migrant workers' labor rights are protected.
Watch some of our top videos of the year, from why unions matter to the history of Labor Day.
OSHA wants to remind all employers about workers' rights to a safe and healthy workplace during the busy holiday season.
With the right resources and support, workers can raise their voices with confidence and trust we will have their backs when it comes to ensuring workplace safety and health.
Establishments in certain industries are required to report injuries and illnesses for each calendar year using OSHA's Injury Tracking Application, which has been updated. Find out what's different.
Our country depends on the vital service farmworkers provide in feeding America’s workforce. OSHA is committed to ensuring that these workers remain safe and healthy.
We're updating our Severe Violator Enforcement Program to hold accountable employers who repeatedly disregard their workers' safety and health.
During Suicide Prevention Month, we’re getting the word out about the importance of supporting workers’ mental health.
As we head into another holiday shopping season, OSHA has resources to help employers keep workers safe.
Data shows Hispanic or Latino workers face an increased risk of work-related injuries and fatalities. OSHA is committed to providing training and resources to help these workers stay safe on the job.