TOSHA Resource Center
These resources will help you meet TOSHA requirements, provide a format for annual training, and help employees work safely.
In all workplaces where employees are exposed to contaminated needles or other contaminated sharps, the employer shall comply with 29CFR 1910.1030, Tennessee Code Annotated 50-3-203(e)(1)-(e)(4) and Tennessee Rule 0800-1-10. This fact sheet will assist employers in complying with changes within T.C.A.
Excavating and Trenching Video
A short, informative video that provides guidance on both the dangers and prevention methods for excavating and trenching.
TOSHA Hazard Communications Video
TOSHA explains how to handle and identify hazardous chemicals. Proper storage and use of PPE to remain safe from chemical injuries is also discussed.
TOSHA Special Emphasis Programs Video
This video discusses the four areas for which TOSHA has Special Emphasis Programs:
Fall Protection, Noise, Carbon Monoxide, Trenching and Excavating.
Personal Protective Equipment: Your Responsibilities Video
TOSHA explains how employees can wear and maintain gloves, mask, and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) properly.
PPE Employer: Last Line of Defense Video
Bloodborne Pathogens Video
TOSHA explains how workers can protect themselves from Bloodborne Pathogens such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV.
If you would like to purchase any of the videos please contact Tina.Kline-Douglas@tn.gov. The videos range in price from $10-$30.
How to be in compliance with the Hazard Communication Standard and the Tennessee Hazardous Chemical Right-to-Know Law.
TOSHA outlines the types of jobs available and what type of training and education is required.
TOSHA PowerPoint Presentations
An overview on the history of TOSHA and a description of everything TOSHA does - inspections, awards programs, consultative services, etc. - to help keep Tennessee workers safe.
This presentation discusses various types of chemicals and how to classify and safely store them.
The various types of diseases that can be contracted from bloodborne pathogens are explored, as well as ways to prevent them.