Safety Protection Warehouse
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Style # 800
2 front chest pockets, 2 front swing
pockets, side opening to trousers, 2 rear hip pockets, ruler pocket, metal
shank button fly front, snap closures on
wrists, reinforced at all points of strain.
Style # 850
Coveralls Poly/cotton 2 front
chest pockets, 2 front swing
pockets, side opening to trousers, 2 rear hip pockets, ruler pocket, concealed
metal zipper front, snap closures on wrists, reinforced at all points
OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration
OSHA and its state partners have approximately 2100 inspectors, plus complaint
discrimination investigators, engineers, physicians, educators, standards
writers, and other technical and support personnel spread over more than 200
offices throughout the country. This staff establishes protective standards,
enforces those standards, and reaches out to employers and employees through
technical assistance and consultation programs.
Service Improvement Plan
OSHA is determined to use its limited resources effectively to stimulate
management commitment and employee participation in comprehensive workplace
safety and health programs.
Surveying Our Public
At OSHA, we are dedicated to improving the quality of our efforts and know that
to be successful we must become an agency that is driven by commitment to public
service. The first step is for OSHA to listen and respond to its customers.
Accordingly, we conducted a survey to learn more about what employers and
employees think of OSHA's services.
Because workplace inspections are one of OSHA's principal activities and
because voluntary efforts to improve working conditions ultimately depend on
strong enforcement, our survey focused primarily on the inspection process. We
asked a random sample of employees and employers who had recently experienced an
OSHA inspection what they thought of the inspection in particular, and of OSHA's
standards and educational and other assistance activities in general.
We based OSHA's new standards for public service on what we learned from the
survey, from meetings with employee and employer groups, and from focus group
discussions with workers from many plants and industries across the country. Our
public service improvement program will be an ongoing one. We will continue to
gather information on the quality of our performance in areas not included in
this year's survey, particularly in the coverall construction sector.
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