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Simplifying OSHA Compliance

Get help maintaining a safe and compliant workplace by developing a workplace safety program to protect your business and employees.

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Benefits of a Workplace Safety Program

A Paychex Safety Representative will help assess your risk exposure and recommend steps to help your business meet OSHA requirements.

  • Safety assessment to help identify applicable OSHA requirements
  • Safety manual specific to your business to help you meet OSHA regulations
  • Access to required safety trainings
  • Ongoing expertise and support from a dedicated safety expert
The benefits of a workplace safety program

What You Gain by Working With Paychex

Dedicated Safety Experts

A trained safety professional, assigned to your workplace, will conduct an audit to assess your needs and then develop a safety program. Our professionals also conduct employee training, plus train you to better address safety issues.

Training Courses

In addition to receiving a customized safety program manual and mandatory OSHA employee training, you’ll also be able to select from more than 70 topics that can help address your specific workplace safety needs.

Financial and Employee Protection

Injuries and illnesses on the job can affect productivity and employee morale. It can also be expensive — increasing the cost of workers’ compensation insurance and exposing you to legal and financial liability.

Safety Reminders

You’ll get assistance from our safety program team about regulations that need to be posted, help in reminding employees of workplace hazards that reinforce training, and you’ll be updated on new regulations that impact your compliance obligations.

FAQs on Workplace Safety Programs

  • Does OSHA Require a Safety Training Program?

    Does OSHA Require a Safety Training Program?

    To be compliant with OSHA standards, many employers are required — especially in certain industries such as manufacturing — to conduct training for employees on the safety and health aspects of their jobs. This training, which can vary in duration from employer to employer and even industry to industry, includes details on a worker’s rights.

  • What Is Required for OSHA Safety Compliance?

    What Is Required for OSHA Safety Compliance?

    A business must comply with the standards and regulations established under the Occupational Safety and Health Act in order to provide a workplace to employees that is free from serious hazards.

  • What Are the OSHA Required Written Programs?

    What Are the OSHA Required Written Programs?

    There are a number of OSHA required written programs, among them are Emergency Action Plan, Fire Prevention Plan, Occupational Noise Exposure Plan, Hazardous Waste Operation and Emergency Response Plan, to name a few.

  • Who Is Subject to OSHA Compliance?

    Who Is Subject to OSHA Compliance?

    Most employers must comply with all OSHA standards. Some businesses — those with 10 or fewer employees — may be exempt from certain recordkeeping.

  • How Often Should OSHA Training Be Conducted?

    How Often Should OSHA Training Be Conducted?

    OSHA training should be conducted at least once every 12 months for employees.

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