Is your business following the latest in workplace safety guidelines? From employees working on the job to fire safety and much more, keep up to date so that your business is an injury free environment.

1/10: Table of Contents

See what the Business Hub has to offer for Safety and Health resources

  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • Illinois On-Site Safety and Health Consultation Program
  • National Safety Education Center
  • Build Safe
  • Health and Safety Services
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Fire Safety
  • Building Regulations
  • Accessibility

2/10: OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the nation's leading agency for safety in the workplace.

3/10: Illinois On-Site Safety and Health Consultation Program

The Illinois On-Site Safety and Health Consultation Program provides free and confidential safety and health advice to small and medium-sized businesses committed to improving workplace safety and health.

Our consultants are experts in identifying workplace hazards and making recommendations to eliminate these hazards with the goal of improving workplace safety and health.

For more information about how the consultation program can assist businesses, or to request a consultation, click here.

4/10: National Safety Education Center

This OSHA related training center provides workplace safety and health training to public and private sector workers, supervisors, and employers. Their services include:

  • Becoming an OSHA Outreach Trainer,
  • Specialty course offerings,
  • Designing a course for your company and much more.

Check out their website today.

5/10: Build Safe

The Construction Safety Council offers a variety of construction safety and health resources to keep the workplace safe. View their training calendar and see what courses are available today.

6/10: Health and Safety Services

Click here to find resources and services for your business using the State of Illinois' search services search engine.

7/10: Bureau of Labor Statistics

What are the most common fatal workplace injuries in Illinois and other states? Find out using the Bureau of Labor Statistics search tool.

8/10: Fire Safety

Make sure your business is up to state code when it comes to fire safety. This site offers helpful information for safety tips, how to test important building features, and general safety.

9/10: Building Regulations

Keep your business safe and up to date with the latest regulation requirements for the following:

Read more on the Illinois State Fire Marshall's website.

10/10: Accessibility

Is your business safe and accessible? Be sure you are up to best practice with the latest standards by reviewing the Illinois Site Inspection Checklist document.