The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) focuses on safe and healthy work conditions. They enforce standards for different workplace sectors which include general principles of safety as well as more workplace specific standards for fields like medicine. In cases of new issues, OSHA also oversees research about new rules. Simply put, provide a place to work without known physical hazards.
Occupational health and safety is relevant to all branches of industry, business and commerce including traditional industries, information technology companies, the National Health Service, care homes, schools, universities, leisure facilities and offices. Occupational health and safety affects all aspects of work.
- Teacher: Charliese Bevans