Learn what information is available to assist responders and recovery efforts.
OSHA has resources to help employers keep their workers safe during hurricane cleanup and recovery operations.
Employers can begin submitting Form 300A data using an electronic reporting system.
Learn more here.
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OSHA WORKING WITH EMPLOYERS
Below are just a few examples of our cooperative programs that work with and recognize employers who create safe workplaces.
DJ Basin Safety Council CO: Alliance to focus on hazards among oil and gas workers in Colorado.
State Farm at Park Center GA: Partnership will educate workers on hazards during construction of development project in Atlanta.
Spruce Park Auto Body Inc. AK: A SHARP participant, has maintained injury, illness rates at zero since 2011.
Gulf Coast Safety Council LA: Alliance to address hazards to workers in the petrochemical industry.
NGK Spark Plugs (USA) Inc. WV: Worked with On-site Consultation Program to fix hazards and establish safety management system.
Consultation Offices can help employers identify workplace hazards, comply with standards, and establish safety and health programs. This service is free and confidential.