Hide Topic Navigator
OSHA
National Summary
The federal workplace safety and health laws were designed to “assure, as far as possible, every working man and woman in the nation safe working conditions and to preserve our human resources.” The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) administrates and enforces these laws. The laws set out uniform national standards for workplace safety and health practices throughout the country. There are rules for hazard assessments, employee safety and health, hazard communication, recordkeeping, OSHA inspections, employee rights, penalties, and most frequent OSHA violations.
Summary for [Your State]

Related Topics
State Comparisons
Resources
Filter Document Types:
Filter Dates: Applies to News & White Papers
TopicTypeTitleDateState
11051analysis.aspxOSHAAnalysis OSHA  National
WEBARRAY6
Copyright � 2014 Business & Legal Resources. All rights reserved. 800-727-5257
This document was published on http://HR.BLR.com
Document URL: http://hr.blr.com/HR-topics/Health-Safety/OSHA