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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.
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.
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.
Every worker has the same right to a safe and healthful workplace under federal law, regardless of immigration status.
Join us Aug. 9-15 to share ideas on how to keep America’s workers safe.
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.
While we know that all workers in this country are entitled to certain protections under the law, we also know that too many don’t receive them. So we’re taking action.
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.