*Note: OSHA requires that reproductions or facsimiles of the poster be at least 8.5" x 14" inches with 10 point type.
The new version of the 2015 poster will be available shortly in these languages. Employers can use any of the posters below.
The OSHA Job Safety and Health: It's the Law poster, available for free from OSHA, informs workers of their rights under the Occupational Safety and Health Act. All covered employers are required to display the poster in their workplace. Employers do not need to replace previous versions of the poster. Employers must display the poster in a conspicuous place where workers can see it.
You can get a copy of the OSHA poster in several ways:
NOTE: The particular variables and configurations for each printer may vary, so these instructions are only general.
- Right-click on the hyperlinks below to download the PDF version of the poster. Save the file to a directory of your choice, and then open the Adobe Acrobat Reader program to load the file. For best results, the files should not be printed directly from your Web browser.
- For local PC printing, it is recommended that you use a high-resolution laser or wax-transfer type printer for color reproductions, and that the printer have at least 1 MB of memory. For black and white reproductions, it is still advisable to use a laser printer which is capable of producing at least 300 dpi resolution.
- When preparing to print from a personal computer, check to ensure that the target printer has the ability to produce the proper paper size (the minimum size is 8.5 x 14 inches). Set the Adobe Acrobat printer settings to "Shrink to Fit" and make sure to select the proper paper tray.
OSHA regulations do not specify or require employers to display the OSHA poster in a foreign language. However, OSHA encourages employers with Spanish-speaking workers to also display the Spanish version of the poster.
See posting requirements for notices in other languages (OSHA Letter of Interpretation, Nov. 12, 2004).
OSHA's regulations on the OSHA poster are at 29 CFR 1903.2.
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