OSHA.gov – Helpful links to navigate the site

The OSHA.gov site has a wealth of information about safe work practices, rules and regulations and information about OSHA’s role in worker safety in the United States.  So much information, in fact, that it is sometimes hard to find what you are looking for, especially if you have a specific workplace safety question in mind.

Below, you can find links to the most frequently needed information on the OSHA.gov site, as well as a quick description of the safety information contained on the page.

We are not affiliated with OSHA or the OSHA.gov site, however, we use it a lot and know our customers use it a lot, and we want to provide helpful information for you.  Please contact OSHA directly if you need additional information about rules or safe working practices.

OSHA Compliance Safety Courses

To help you understand and meet OSHA compliance requirements, we offer the following courses:

We also have articles to help workers determine which OSHA safety course is right for them and to go over the differences between an online OSHA safety course and a live course.

Partial List of Links to the OSHA.gov site

OSHA.gov Home Page 
www.OSHA.gov – This is the OSHA home page that has a “Latest News” feed, and links for what OSHA considers the most important information on the site.

OSHA Outreach 
http://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/index.html – OSHA uses the term Outreach for all the programs that involve education and interaction with the public, including the OSHA 10 & 30 hour training courses, how to become an OSHA trainer, and statistics on the number of people trained through the outreach programs.

OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Training for Construction
http://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/construction/index.html – If you are in construction you may need the OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 hour training course.  While the OSHA site does not provide this training, they do provide the guidelines for the training and information on how to become an authorized trainer.

OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Training for General Industry
http://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/generalindustry/index.html – The OSHA term “General Industry” covers all industries, except Construction, Maritime, and Hazardous Materials sites that have their own OSHA requirements.  This link has similar information to the Construction version, but is specific to the General Industry requirements.

Getting a replacement OSHA 10 & OSHA 30 hour Card
http://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/faqs.html#12 – One of the most frequent questions we get is about how to replace a lost OSHA card.  This link gives you the requirements as part of the Frequently Asked Questions section.

Top 10 Violations 
http://www.osha.gov/Top_Ten_Standards.html – This is a list of the top 10 most frequently cited standards with helpful resources for businesses to help avoid the violation.

OSHA Regulations (Standards)
http://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/STANDARDS – Reading the OSHA regulations is complex, there are all listed here.  One nice feature on this page is a link to the top 10 most accessed OSHA standards.

OSHA Inspections
http://www.osha.gov/oshstats/index.html – Be prepared for OSHA inspections by checking out the stats on past inspections, including the number of inspections by industry, or the most frequently cited standards.

OSHA Small Business Resources
http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/smallbusiness/index.html – Are you a small business owner?  Access OSHA’s resources for small business here.

Jobs with OSHA
http://www.doors.dol.gov/jobsearch – Want to work for OSHA and help keep workers safe?  Here’s a list of all the current job openings at OSHA.

Contact OSHA
http://www.osha.gov/html/Feed_Back.html – This page has phone numbers, email links and physical addresses for contacting OSHA.  There is even an emergency number to report fatalities or life threatening situations.  The Emergency number is 800-321-OSHA (6742).

OSHA 10 Hour & OSHA 30 Hour Training Courses

If you are interested in our OSHA 10 Hour or OSHA 30 Hour training courses, click the links for more information.  Our courses are OSHA accepted and cover all the requirements for the standard you need.