OSHA CONSULTATION 21(d) (Onsite Consultation Program)
Employers concerned about providing their employees with a safe and healthful workplace can request an on-site visit by one of the OSHA Consultation Program's consultants to determine if safety and health hazards exist. The goal of this program is to help Nebraska employers identify and correct potential safety and health hazards before they become dangerous and expensive problems. At the same time, the Program can help employers avoid costly monetary penalties that can result from work related injuries.
This Department of Labor program provides a no-cost service to Nebraska employers with one or more employees. This service is not available to municipal, county, state or federal agencies or organizations. At the employer's request, trained consultants inspect worksites to identify safety and health hazards. The service provided to employers can include:
To obtain more information or schedule a consultation, you may contact Eldon Diedrichs, Program Manager at the Lincoln office at 402-471-4717, complete the consultation form on-line, or copy, fill out, and mail the brochure in the PDF below or write to:
550 South 16th Street, P.O. Box 94600
Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4600
OSHA Consultation Brochure
Staff are also available in North Platte at 308-535-8165.
Downloadable Guideline-Example Written Safety & Health Programs:
Bloodborne Pathogen Program
Confined Space Program
Emergency Action Plan
Fire Prevention Plan
Hazard Communication Program
Hearing Conservation Program
Lockout Tagout Program
Personal Protective Equipment Plan
Respiratory Protection Plan
Sample Safety and Health Program for Small Business
Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA)
Unempl. Benefits Change
On Sept. 18, our telephone system will change. To file a claim from Nebraska employment, go online to dol.nebraska.gov, where you will find a full menu of options for filing or managing a claim.
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