Employers looking for resources to help find and fix workplace hazards can turn to the U.S. Labor Department and OSHA.

OSHA has developed online resources to help employers identify and repair workplace hazards before someone is injured or becomes ill.

Workplace injuries and illnesses are preventable when employers implement a proactive, systematic process for identifying and correcting hazards.

OSHA is working with industry stakeholders to provide informative compliance assistance resources. 

OSHA's On-Site Consultation Program provides valuable services for job creators that are separate from enforcement.

Employers who implement workplace improvements can reduce lost time due to injuries and illnesses, improve employee morale, increase productivity, and lower workers' compensation insurance premiums.

CONN-OSHA is also a good source for information for Connecticut companies.


For more information, contact CBIA's Phillip Montgomery (860.244.1982).