Follow the steps below to identify the major OSHA construction requirements and guidance materials that may apply to your jobsite. These steps will lead you to resources on OSHA's website that will help you comply with OSHA requirements and prevent workplace injuries and illnesses.
For more information, see the Construction Quick Start Library. This includes a collection of forms, resources, publications, and sample programs that are incorporated into the Quick Start steps, plus additional compliance assistance resources. You can use this collection as a reference after completing the steps.
NOTE: If you have Spanish-speaking employees, visit OSHA's Spanish-Language Compliance Assistance Resources page and OSHA en Español. If you employ temporary workers, visit OSHA's Protecting Temporary Workers page. If you employ women, visit OSHA's Women in Construction page. If you employ teen or young workers, visit OSHA's Young Workers page.
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