Occupational Health and Safety Administration - OSHA

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Glossary: OSHA


Occupational Health and Safety Administration
OSHA
United States Occupational Health and Safety Administration

Homepage: http://www.osha.gov/

OSHA is the federal agency charged with providing and promoting health and safety in the workplace. It is responsible for setting and enforcing standards, providing training, outreach and education and forging partnerships that forward workplace health and safety. OSHA utilizes over 2100 workplace inspectors as well as technical and support staff in more than 200 offices. It also provides technical assistance and consultation programs for employers, employees, occupational safety and health professionals, the academic and legal communities, journalists and other government personnel.

 
 

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