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Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Pay Safety Forward

Tennessee OSHA is partnering with several trade associations to have a statewide “Pay Safety Forward” Construction Safety Stand Down. The event is scheduled to take place June 13, at 7:00 am. This kicks off the start of a busy, high-hazard time of year to emphasize the teamwork that goes into building a positive safety culture on job sites. Last year, more than 20,000 employees across the state participated in the “Health Hazards Stand Down!”

To register to be a part of this year’s event please fill out the registration form and email it to Tina.Kline-Douglas@tn.gov.


  • Compliance

    Tennessee OSHA improves occupational safety and health through enforcement of the general industry, construction and agricultural occupational safety and health standards in workplaces.

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  • Consultative Services

    We assist employers in achieving a safe and healthful workplace for their employees. Reduce workplace injuries and illnesses, reduce costs, and increase profits without the worry of citations or monetary penalties. This no-cost service is designed to assist employers in developing or enhancing safety and health management systems.

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  • Training & Education

    TOSHA Training Services assist employers, employees, and their representatives in reducing safety and health hazards in their workplaces and in complying with the requirements of Tennessee OSHA standards and regulations. Join us in our effort of reducing safety and health hazards in your workplace.

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  • Fatality, Hospitalization, & Amputation Reporting

    Employers are required by law to report all workplace fatalities within EIGHT hours of occurrence. All work-related inpatient hospitalizations, all amputations and all losses of an eye must be reported within 24 hours.

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  • File a Safety Complaint

    You have the right to file a complaint and request an inspection if you believe a safety and health hazard exists.

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  • Recognition Programs

    Safety is important; it deserves some recognition.

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  • Search Establishment Inspections

    View a company’s inspection history, safety standards violations, or penalties assessed by TOSHA here.

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  • Attend the Safety Congress Expo

    Engage yourself in safety and health and discuss topics of mutual concern that affect working men and women. Join us July 17-20, 2016.

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  • TOSHA Offices

    Visit a local TOSHA office to discuss safety programs or consultation that can elevate your workplace's safety and heath.

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