OSHA's On-site Consultation Program offers free and confidential safety and occupational health advice to small and medium-sized businesses in all states across the country, with priority given to high-hazard worksites. On-site consultation services are separate from enforcement and do not result in penalties or citations. Consultants from state agencies or universities work with employers to identify workplace hazards, provide advice on compliance with OSHA standards, and assist in establishing injury and illness prevention programs.
Train your staff in the responsible selling and service of alcoholic beverages through liquortraining.com. Protect your business and employees, and save money in the process.
Once you complete the online course and final exam, you can print a temporary certificate for your records. We will also send you an official certification card and notify any appropriate state agencies.GET STARTED
Protecting yourself from identity theft is important, and knowing your credit score is one way to monitor if you are at risk. Under the FACT Act amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you are entitled to one free personal credit report in a 12-month period. Visit the link below or call toll-free 877-FACT-ACT (322-8228) to request your free annual report.GET STARTED
Visit this website developed by the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety to identify the natural hazards that could put your business at risk.
Prepared by the Institute for Business & Home Safety, this toolkit gives you access to business continuity forms that will assist you with disaster planning and recovery.
Access a checklist prepared by the American Red Cross that outlines simple actions that you can take to help you prepare for possible disasters and other emergencies.
From concussion awareness and training to sexual abuse protection, running a business or nonprofit that is geared toward a youthful demographic has its own unique challenges. The following resources can help you navigate through difficult issues:
Concussion awareness has become a very important topic for all youth sports organizations to consider. The CDC offers a free online course available to coaches, parents, and others who want to learn more.GET STARTED
The greatest concern regarding child safety in youth sports is concussions. This guide allows coaches to better understand the facts, signs, and symptoms of concussions.LEARN MORE
Each state along with the District Of Columbia have enacted laws regarding practices to prevent concussions from youth sports activities. These laws vary from state to state, and may hold organizations involved in youth sports responsible for compliance. Here are two great resources that can help you track changes with laws that have been implemented in your state:
There is an inherent risk in participating in team sports and waivers of liability allow parents to acknowledge this risk prior to their child's involvement. Waivers serve as a first step in helping protect an organization against future potential lawsuits. Below, you will find a sample waiver that you can use as a basis in creating your own waiver.GET WAIVER
Organizations working with children have a responsibility to protect the ones they serve. This guide from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides policies and procedures such as:
The Child Welfare Information Gateway provides helpful tips on recognizing signs of abuse and neglect in children.LEARN MORE