The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created to assure safe and healthful working conditions. While generally associated with industrial facilities or construction sites, OSHA rules apply to all employers. See Section F-Compliance of the Behavioral Health MultiBook for more information on OSHA requirements and how to implement those requirements.
- United States Department of Labor; Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- OSHA State Plan Interactive Website
- Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements
- MSDS Forms; Safety Data Sheets
- Detailed Information on the New Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
- OSHA "Compliance Assistant Quick Start"
- OSHA Small Business Resources - includes training
- "It's the Law" Poster
- OSHA's Interim Administrative Penalty Policy
- Temporary Worker Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements by OSHA
- OSHA Penalty Calculation Information
- OSHA - Hazard Communication Standard Final Rule (Globally Harmonized System) - Oct 6, 2014