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Freedom of Information Act - Archive of Frequently Requested OSHA Documents


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Under the Electronic Freedom of Information Act Amendments to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), all federal agencies are required to make available on the Internet, any records that have been disclosed in response to a FOIA request and which the agency determines have become or are likely to become the subject of subsequent requests. OSHA is providing information listed below in compliance with the law.

Archived FOIA Responses:

  • 3/19/2012 - 14,900 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (March 2012)
  • 4/15/2011 - 15,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (April 2011)
  • 3/1/2010 - 15,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (February 2010)
  • 11/16/2009 - Calendar Year 2007 Establishment Specific Injury and Illness Rates
  • 4/7/2009 - 13,500 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (March 2009)
  • 3/10/2008 - 14,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (March 2008)
  • 3/4/2008 - 30,000 Workplaces Receiving OSHA's SHIB titled Combustible Dust in Industry: Preventing and Mitigating the Effects of Fire and Explosions (March 2008)
  • 3/08/2007 - 14,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (March 2007)
  • 4/18/2006 - 14,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (April 2006)
  • 3/8/2005 - 14,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (March 2005)
  • 2/25/2004 - 13,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (February 2004)
  • 12/19/2003 - Notice of Freedom of Information Act Lawsuit Pursuant to 29 C.F.R. 70.26(h)
  • 2/20/2003 - 14,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (February 2003)
  • 2/25/2002 - 13,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (February 2002)
  • 8/03/2001 - 14,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters (August 2001)
  • 3/24/2000 - 13,000 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters.
  • 4/27/1999 - 12,500 High Rate Workplaces Receiving OSHA Letters

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