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Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA

OSHA Publications by Type

Cards, Magnets and more...
Designed to help workers understand their rights in the workplace.

OSHA brochures covering a wide variety of specialized topics including cooperative programs (VPP, Alliances) and specific audiences such as teens and Hispanic employees.


Fatal Facts
Fatal Facts describe cases that are representative of employers who failed to identify and correct hazardous working conditions leading to fatalities at their worksites. The documents offer ideas on how to correct these hazards and educate workers about safe work practices.

Fact Sheets, InfoSheets and Hazard Alerts
OSHA Fact Sheets and InfoSheets provide basic background information on safety and health hazards.

Guidance Documents
Documents that provide detailed examinations of specific safety and health issues.

OSHA Alerts
OSHA Alerts focus attention on worker safety and health issues and solutions.

Pocket Guides
OSHA has developed 20 - 32 page booklets to educate employees about the hazards, resources and safety partnerships for the Agency's focus industries.

Popular Downloads

Posters provide safety guidance for employees and employers in specific industries.

QuickCards™ are small, laminated cards that provide safety and health information for employers/employees.

Safety and Health Information Bulletins (SHIBs)
SHIBs are used to raise awareness of significant occupational safety and health issues concerning hazard recognition, evaluation and control in the workplace and at emergency response sites.

OSHA standards require that employers maintain or improve workplace conditions to protect employees.

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