The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA's) role is to protect the country’s working men and women. OSHA sets and enforces standards, provides outreach and education, establishes partnerships and encourages continual process improvement in workplace safety and health. OSHA’s overriding mission is to stimulate management commitment and employee participation in comprehensive workplace safety and health programs.  Notwithstanding its emphasis on a comprehensive health and safety approach, OSHA has identified key areas of concern including biological agents, construction projects, emergency preparedness, ergonomics and hazard communications.

UL’s OSHA regulatory compliance solutions facilitate workforce competency about safety policies, safety procedures related to their work environments, and compliance with regulatory requirements. Our comprehensive services address the needs of employees, supervisors, subcontractors and outsourced contractor management agencies. Targeted learning resources focus on field operations, office ergonomics, high-risk areas, hot-work areas and confined space.