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Safety and Health Topics

OSHA's Safety and Health Topics web pages provide information on specific safety and health hazards, as well as specific hazard information on different industries. These pages provide information on hazard identification and control, as well as existing OSHA standards where applicable. This information can be helpful to employers in complying with OSHA standards. To find a specific Safety and Health Topics web page, search the Safety and Health Topics Pages Alphabetical Listing. If you cannot find what you are looking for, you may also search the main OSHA A-Z Index. Are you interested in web-based training tools on occupational safety and health topics? Try OSHA's eTools, eMatrix, Expert Advisors and v-Tools! For other training material, visit OSHA's Training web page. If you are an employer or a small business, visit OSHA's web pages for employers and free services to small businesses. For other General Safety and Health Information, visit the General Safety and Health References page.


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