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Slide 4


  • Title: OSHA's Compliance Assistance Resources
  • Type: Text Slide
  • Content:

    • OSHA Web Site:
      • eTools
      • Safety and Health Topics Pages
    • 1-800-321-OSHA
    • E-Correspondence
    • Publications and Guidance Documents
    • Compliance Assistance Specialists
    • Case Studies and Success Stories

    [Includes the Alliance and OSHA logos]

    Speaker Notes:

    OSHA has many tools to help employers and employees comply with OSHA requirements and help prevent workplace fatalities, injuries, and illnesses. These resources include:

    • OSHA Web Site. Includes electronic assistance tools (eTools and Safety and Health Topics Pages) on a variety of industries and hazards. Also includes the OSHA standards, standard interpretation letters, OSHA publications, and more.
    • 800 Number. OSHA operates a 24-hour, toll-free number (1-800-321-OSHA). Spanish-speaking operators are available and OSHA uses a translation service for callers who speak any of 150 other languages.
    • E-Correspondence. Users of OSHA's Web site can submit general workplace safety and health inquiries electronically through OSHA's E-Correspondence system.
    • Publications and Guidance Documents. OSHA has a growing library of safety and health publications and guidance documents, including QuickCards, fact sheets, booklets, and Safety and Health Information Bulletins.
    • Compliance Assistance Specialists (CASs). There is one OSHA CAS in each OSHA Area Office in states under federal OSHA jurisdiction. They are available for seminars, workshops, and speaking events. They promote OSHA's compliance assistance resources and cooperative programs.
    • Case Studies and Success Stories. OSHA has published case studies and success stories that highlight successful measures that employers have implemented to improve workplace safety and health. OSHA has worked with its Alliance Program participants to develop a number of these case studies and success stories.

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