Additional OSHA information on training can be obtained
from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) at http://www.osha.gov
In addition, we have posted an OSHA booklet titled: Training Requirements in OSHA Standards and Training Guidelines for your reference to aid you in the process of determining what training you and your employees need. This is an OSHA publication and we make no guarantees of its accuracy or that this is their latest publication. Click here to download and contact OSHA with any questions you have.
We have extracted some information from this publication for quick reference:
For suggested Readings in Industrial Safety and Health Training and Other Resources, click
Some states have their own state OSHA plan and therefore may require additional training or different training. Please click
here to see which states have their own plans and contact them as needed.
If you need consultation on your OSHA compliance, each state has a consultation office that provides many
services, and often times free of charge. Click here for contact information for each state.
To contact a state OSHA office for all other questions, click here
For regional OSHA office contact information, click here