Quarterly Update on Compliance Assistance Resources: FY 2023 Q4

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FY 2023 Q4 [July - September 2023]. A quarterly report on workplace safety and health resources. 

New Safety and Health Compliance Assistance Resources

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OSHA Resources

For a complete listing of new resources, see OSHA Publications.

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Heat Illness Prevention Resources

We published a Hazard Alert on Extreme Heat and three new fact sheets: Keeping Workers Well-Hydrated, Personal Risk Factors and Heat Exposure, and Prevent Heat Illness Among Pregnant Workers. All are available in English and Spanish.

In addition, an updated Work Safely in Heat Illustrated Fact Sheet and Heat Stress QuickCard are now available in seven languages.

Suicide Prevention Ribbon

Suicide Prevention Resource for Employers

We developed a new two-page fact sheet on the Role of Employers in Preventing Suicides. This resource is available in English and Spanish.

New Spanish-Language Newsletter

We recently launched Información Rápida, a Spanish-language newsletter that provides the latest updates on worker safety. Please subscribe today (Por favor, suscríbete hoy.)

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Incident Photo: Confined Space Fire

New Fatality Case Study

Our new Fatal Facts case study, Confined Space Fire, aims to promote hazard awareness and prevent similar fatalities.

New Poster for Marine Terminals

We produced a new poster: Five Ways to Stay Safe When Working with Rail Cars in Marine Terminals.

Worker on Rail Car Platform in Marine Terminal

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Disaster Recovery Resources in More Languages

The fact sheet, Keeping Workers Safe During Disaster Cleanup and Recovery, and two QuickCards, Protecting Disaster Response Workers from Slips, Trips and Falls and Chainsaw Safety, are now available in several languages.

Workers’ Rights Cards in More Languages

The Workers' Rights Vertical Wallet Card and Is Your Employer Putting Your Safety at Risk? Wallet Card are now available in 21 languages.

Workers' Have Rights

Labor Trafficking, Identifying and Reporting

Labor Trafficking Card in More Languages

Our Labor Trafficking Wallet Card is now available in 16 languages. 

Fallen Workers Brochure Available in More Languages

Our Losing a Loved One on the Job brochure is now available in 12 languages.

Fallen Workers Brochure

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QuickCards in More Languages

The following QuickCards are now available in several languages: Chainsaw SafetyElectrical SafetyHeat StressProtecting Disaster Response Workers from Slips, Trips, and Falls and Work Zone Traffic Safety

OSHA Rulemaking Updates and Events

Stay abreast of these and all OSHA events:

Alliance Program Materials

For a complete listing of Alliance products, see the Alliance Program Participant-Developed Products webpage. Alliance products do not necessarily reflect the official views of OSHA.


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Heat Illness Prevention in Construction

Through the OSHA and National Demolition Association (NDA) Alliance, NDA developed the following:

NIOSH Resources

New NIOSH Publications and Products

The following are selected new and/or updated resources from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH):

NIOSH Science Blog Posts

The following are selected NIOSH Science Blog entries posted during the past quarter. See the NIOSH Science Blog for more entries.


NIOSH FACE Reports and Products

The NIOSH Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program investigates workplace fatalities and develops comprehensive recommendations for preventing similar incidents. The following FACE Program reports and products were issued in the last quarter. See the NIOSH FACE website for all the latest reports.

Additional Resources

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New CPWR Resources

The following are recent resources from CPWR - The Center for Construction Research and Training:

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New NSC Initiative to Reduce Workplace Overdose Fatalities

The National Safety Council (NSC) launched a new workplace safety program, Respond Ready Workplace, to increase awareness of the need for naloxone in workplaces and for worker training to use it in the event of an overdose.


Harwood Grants

No new materials developed by grantees under OSHA’s Susan Harwood Training Grant Program were posted on OSHA’s website this quarter. See the website for a complete list of available Harwood grantee materials. These materials do not necessarily reflect the official views of OSHA.