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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.
OSHA published an emergency temporary standard to protect healthcare workers, who are most at-risk, as well as additional guidance to protect workers in other industries.
Keeping workers safe on trenching and excavation sites involves a few simple steps. Join us in getting the word out about trenching hazards and how to stay safe.
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.
Join our Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction May 3-7 and learn how to keep workers safe.
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.
Check out our tips on staying safe while cleaning up flood damage.