OSHA’s Web Site
There's a wealth of information available here. Additionally, there are some excellent tools on the Web site to help you find the information you need. A couple good places to start are the site index and the advanced search page.
Here is a collection of safety-related webinars from fellow OSHA Alliance partner, American Supply Association.
Small Business Page
A collection of the most popular OSHA resources for small businesses, including information on OSHA’s free on-site Consultation Program and links to Web pages and publications such as the OSHA Small Business Handbook.
Compliance Assistance Page
A portal to resources to help employers comply with OSHA’s requirements.
Compliance Assistance Quick Start
A tool to introduce employers, especially those in new or small businesses, to the compliance assistance resources on OSHA’s Web site. Quick Start includes modules for general industry, construction, and Hispanic outreach.
Compliance Assistance: Hispanic Employers and Workers Page
This page is designed for English-speaking or bilingual employers with Spanish-speaking employees. It includes a collection of OSHA’s compliance assistance resources for Hispanic employers and employees. For OSHA's Spanish-language site, please visit OSHA en Español.
Stand-alone, highly illustrated training tools on a variety of safety and health topics.
Safety and Health Topics PagesIf you have questions after completing your Web search, there are several ways that you can contact OSHA. You can call OSHA’s toll-free number at 1-800-321-OSHA (6742), submit an e-mail question through OSHA’s electronic mail form, or contact your local OSHA Area Office. For an official OSHA response, you’ll need to submit your question in writing to: U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 200 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington DC 20210.
Over 200 pages on various industries and hazards, such as ergonomics, emergency preparedness, and workplace violence.