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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.
OSHA's Rich Mendelson reflects on his experience leading the Manhattan Area Office on 9/11 and lessons learned.
Fact: Men working in construction have one of the highest suicide rates. During Suicide Prevention Month, OSHA is raising awareness about the importance of mental health safety in the workplace.
During National Preparedness Month in September, we are getting the word out on how important it is for employers to plan ahead.
Every worker has the same right to a safe and healthful workplace under federal law, regardless of immigration status.
Blanca Vidal, an instructor at the NY Nail Salon Workers Training School, and Charlene Obernauer, the Executive Director of NYCOSH, share how the Susan Harwood grant program has helped keep immigrant workers informed and safe.
On the 26th anniversary of the El Monte sweatshop raid, Deputy Secretary Julie Su reflects on her role - and the work that remains.
All workers have the right to raise concerns if they believe their rights are being violated in the workplace. Learn how the Labor Department defends the right of workers to speak up.
The executive director of a community organization receiving Susan Harwood Training Grant program funds shares about her experience reaching nail salon workers with important safety and health information.
Workplace injuries and illnesses for teens have been on the rise since 2017. This summer, let’s all make sure they stay safe and healthy on the job.