Depending on your specific Industry, OSHA can have different standards. There are a few things to keep in mind when complying with OSHA’s standards and rules:
How do you identify and control safety and health hazards in your business?
There are many industry-specific resources that can help guide you with compliance assistance. Find your industry below!
Agriculture and Forestry Construction, General
Agriculture Operations Construction IndustryGrain Handling Electrical ContractorsYouth in Agriculture Highway ConstructionAgriculture Operations Publications Residential ConstructionNational Grain and Feed Association Sealant, Waterproofing and Restoration Industry
Energy Health Care
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and DentistryDistribution Industry Health Care Facilities and ProfessionalsGreen Jobs
Apparel and Footwear MaritimeBattery Manufacturing Ship Building and RepairChemical ManufacturingConcrete and Concrete Products MiningFireworksFood Processing Oil and Gas Well Drilling and ServicingLead SmeltersLubricant Manufacturing Retail and Wholesale TradeMeat Packing Metal Manufacturing Fireworks, Retail SalePlastics Industry Lumber and Building MaterialsPoultry Industry RestaurantsPulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills RetailSemiconductor IndustryTextilesWood Products Industry
Automotive Repair and Maintenance Temporary StaffingBeauty Industry Building Cleaning and Maintenance Transportation and WarehousingDiving Warehousing and StorageDry Cleaning AirlinesFireworks Display Beverage DeliveryLaboratories Taxi DriversLandscaping/Tree Service Trucking
When it comes to staying within OSHA standards, as an employer, you must understand what your industry needs to succeed safely. You have a responsibility to provide a safe place for your employees.
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