The official Florida hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. Peak hurricane season runs from August through October, and historically most storm activity occurs during these months. Being prepared is essential for you and your employees. See below for key tools and resources for hurricane preparedness.
The 100 Percent Club is a partnership between companies and the Florida Ofﬁce of the Attorney General that recognizes businesses for taking steps to train employees on the signs of human trafﬁcking and providing quick reference resources to effectively report human trafﬁcking.
Worksite posters in English and Spanish on how to prevent and help in a heat related emergency. Prevent heat related illness by posting and following these tips at your work site. Watch for the symptoms with the help of these posters by OSHA.
Water. Rest. Shade. This training guide will help you plan how to prevent heat illness among your crew and provide training to your workers. Download this lesson plan for employers – it includes complete instructions for teaching workers about heat hazards.
In this booklet, the training requirements contained in OSHA’s standards are organized into five categories of OSHA standards: General Industry, Maritime, Construction, Agriculture, and Federal Employee Programs.
Guidance to help small business employers meet the legal requirements imposed by the OSH Act of 1970 and achieve an in-compliance status before an OSHA inspection.
Establishing a safety and health program in your workplace is one of the most effective ways of protecting your most valuable asset: your workers. OSHA’s practices and recommendations for safety and health programs.