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As we head into another holiday shopping season, OSHA has resources to help employers keep workers safe.
OSHA's new Emergency Temporary Standard will help reduce COVID-19 case numbers, help more people get back to work and stay healthy, and strengthen our economy.
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.
MSHA's Sam Pierce shares why he got the COVID vaccine and five facts that miners should know.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration marks a half century of protecting workers.
The Essential Workers, Essential Protections initiative will ensure that workers know about the wage and hour laws that protect them – and how to contact us if they need help.
The CARES Act provided Americans with new and expanded unemployment insurance (UI) benefits if they’re out of work for reasons related to the pandemic. Here are some answers to common questions about these benefits.
During National Autism Awareness Month, learn more about resources to help young people and workers on the autism spectrum, employers, service providers and others.