Compliance Assistance Specialists can provide general information about OSHA standards and compliance assistance resources. They respond to requests for help from a variety of groups, including small businesses, trade associations, union locals, and community and faith-based groups. There is generally one Compliance Assistance Specialist in each OSHA Area Office in states under federal jurisdiction. They are available for seminars, workshops, and speaking events. They promote cooperative programs, such as the On-site Consultation Program, the Voluntary Protection Programs, the Strategic Partnership Program, and the Alliance Program. They also promote OSHA's training resources and the tools available on the OSHA web site.
Check the Compliance Assistance Specialist Directory for the CAS in your local office.
Contact your local state office for compliance assistance.
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