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The OSHA Consultation program is a free and confidential service designed to help small, private sector Oklahoma employers understand and comply with OSHA standards. Although the program is primarily focused on assisting smaller business, all employers are welcome to take advantage of the services provided.
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Our experienced, professional consultants will work with you to customize our services to best meet your safety and health needs. We are able to assess your present safety and health management system, evaluate the physical work site, assist with informal training, and provide industrial hygiene monitoring. All of our services are designed to help employers meet obligations under the Occupational Safety & Health Act of 1970 without the added concern of hefty fines and citations. Instead, we offer real solutions for improving workplace safety and health in your organization.
Improving workplace safety and health leads to fewer accidents, lower injury and illness rates, and lower workers' compensation costs. Partnering with the Consultation Program will increase your understanding of workplace hazard prevention techniques. Keeping workers safe is "smart business".
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Christina Foss
January 18, 2017 Phone: (405) 388-6926
Oklahoma Department of Labor and Oklahoma Safety Council Launch 4th Annual Video Contest
OKLAHOMA CITY- The Oklahoma Department of Labor and the Oklahoma Safety Council today launched the 2017 Safety at Peak Performance, Safety & Health Video Contest. The competition – to be held in conjunction with the 2017 Safety & Health Conference that will take place in Oklahoma City on June 21, 2017 – seeks videos from companies which showcase their company’s story in obtaining peak performance in workplace health and safety.
Judges will be looking for creative videos showing best practices, what inspires excellence and what is working in their company. All works must be original and 2-3 minutes in length.
“Companies who invest in their workers’ safety on the front end see fewer injuries and illnesses leading to a healthier work environment and workers who return home to their families at the end of the day,” said Labor Commissioner Melissa McLawhorn Houston. “This competition is a wonderful opportunity for companies to be recognized for the investments they are making in workplace safety.”
The deadline for submission is April 21, 2017. Winning videos will be showcased at the 2017 Safety & Health Conference. Winners will be contacted May 19, 2017.
The Oklahoma Department of Labor is tasked to help ensure fairness, equity and safety in Oklahoma workplaces through ethical behavior, conscientious guidance and loyal service to Oklahoma's employers and employees. Additionally, the department provides oversight and regulation for key industries ensuring the protection of the public. Visit www.ok.gov/odol for more information.
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