Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) grants you access to existing OSHA records or documents. Previous Next 1 Before you request Determine if you need to make a request or if the information you seek is already available. 2 Make a request Find out how to correctly make your request to save time. 3 Track your request Determine where your request is and when you can expect information back. Frequently Requested OSHA Documents OSHA Field Operations Manual OSHA Technical Manual Interpretation Letters Directives Recordkeeping Guidelines Whistleblower Investigations Manual Whistleblower Office Reports Archived Documents Additional Resources Department of Justice FOIA Page Department of Labor FOIA Page Annual FOIA Reports 2019 January through MarchApril through June 2018 January through JuneJuly through December 2017 January through December × Whistleblower Office Reports Red Team National Office Report Red Team Regional Offices Report - Part 1 Red Team Regional Offices Report - Part 2 Tiger Team Report × Archived Documents Current Year Information Frequently Requested Under the FOIA Accord Regarding BNSF Railway Company Policies Secretary' Findings - JP Morgan Chase Notice to Employees - JP Morgan Chase × Before you request Find out if the employer falls under federal OSHA or a state plan, so you can send your request to the correct office. Search data related to closed OSHA inspections with Establishment Search or Fatality Inspection Data. Or see Chemical Exposure Health Data. Use OSHA's search box at the top of your screen to see if the information you seek is already publicly available. Contact OSHA's Office of Communications at 202-693-1999 if you are a member of the media and have a question for OSHA. × Make a request If the employer is located in a state under federal OSHA jurisdiction, send an email to email@example.com, with the following information if you are seeking inspection records: Inspection number (find it here) City and state where incident occured Date incident occured Employer name that was inspected Your name (the requester) and your physical address. If the employer is not under federal OSHA, send your request to the state plan state. × Track your request Track the status of your FOIA request through the Department of Labor public portal. Allow one week from submission to track.