08/12/2010

On-site Consultation Web page with new features for small and medium-sized businesses

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA) has redesigned its On-site Consultation Web page to enhance its
usefulness to small and medium-sized businesses across the country seeking free
and confidential advice on increasing workplace safety. The redesigned homepage
answers frequently asked questions about the benefits of the On-site
Consultation Program, which gives priority to high-hazard worksites, and
explains the process for initiating a consultation visit and the consultant's
role in the process. An improved On-site Consultation directory gives users the
ability to quickly find offices in their states to contact for further
information about the program, or to request a visit. The page also provides
answers to questions about the On-site Consultation Program's Safety and Health
Achievement Recognition Program and offers Success Stories from small
businesses that achieved safety and health excellence through the On-site
Consultation Program and SHARP. A Quick Links box and Small Business Resources
section present users with relevant information and OSHA resources for the
small business community.


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AplusA-online.de - Source: U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration