Division of Safety and Health - DOSH
On-Site Consultation Program
The On-Site Consultation Program is a free business resource. The US Department of Labor and NYS Department of Labor fund this program. It helps employers provide a safe and healthful workplace for their employees through professional occupational safety and health assistance.
Why should an employer consider using the On-Site Consultation Program? It’s good for business. The services provided are:
- At no cost to businesses and organizations in our state
- Freefrom state and federal enforcement activities
Further, the Consultation Program can help employers:
Reduce workplace accidents
Lessen Workers’ Compensation costs
Implement safety and health programs
Comply with OSHA regulations
The cost associated with a workplace injury can be staggering. There are both direct and indirect costs to the employer. Yet, employers can prevent it. Each year we help thousands of businesses across the state by providing cost-effective solutions to safety issues.
The services offered include:
On-site consultation surveys to identify safety hazards
Industrial hygiene surveys to determine air contaminant and noise exposure levels
The safety and industrial hygiene professionals who perform these consultations:
Have many years of experience
Are well trained at the US DOL OSHA Training Institute
Training Programs for Businesses
We also offer training on occupational safety and health topics including:
10-hour Construction Safety Course
Safety for Workers in the Hospitality and Tourism Industries
Preventing Workplace Violence
In fact, we now offer more than 30 free courses to help educate employers and their workers. To see a copy of our Training Course Catalogue click here (open in a new window).
For details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP)
This program is open to employers who:
- Receive a comprehensive consultation
- Correct all hazards
- Institute an effective safety and health program
It makes them eligible for a three-year exemption from a general scheduled OSHA inspection. Employers also can ask to take part in our SHARP developmental program. This makes them eligible for an OSHA inspection deferral as they work towards SHARP.
For details on SHARP, contact email@example.com
If you want to provide a safer workplace for your workers, call the Consultation Program office in your area.
|Garden City||(516) 228-3959|
|New York City||(212) 775-3526|
|White Plains||(914) 997-9511|
More Safety & Health Information
For details on how to comply with federal regulations, contact the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) web site at http://www.osha.gov/.
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