» Drug, Devices, and Supplements
» Physician Accountability
» Consumer Product Safety
» Worker Safety
» Health Care Delivery
» Auto and Truck Safety
» Global Access to Medicines
» Infant Formula Marketing
April 1, 2015
View the Press Release
Public Citizen and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Public Health Law Research program released the first comprehensive database of state occupational safety and health standards in the 25 states with a federally-approved occupational safety and health enforcement agency. The database contains all regulations and laws that have not been adopted identically from the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and that are meant to protect workers from specific workplace safety and health hazards.
General Industry: http://lawatlas.org/query?dataset=state-occupational-safety-and-health-laws
Oil and Gas: http://lawatlas.org/query?dataset=state-occupational-safety-and-health-laws-oil-and-gas
Copyright © 2016 Public Citizen. Some rights reserved. Non-commercial use of text and images in which Public Citizen holds the copyright is permitted, with attribution, under the terms and conditions of a Creative Commons License. This Web site is shared by Public Citizen Inc. and Public Citizen Foundation. Learn More about the distinction between these two components of Public Citizen.
You can support the fight for greater government and corporate accountability through a donation to either Public Citizen, Inc., or Public Citizen Foundation, Inc.
Public Citizen lobbies Congress
and federal agencies to advance Public Citizen’s mission of advancing
government and corporate accountability. When you make a contribution to Public
Citizen, you become a member of Public Citizen, showing your support and entitling
you to benefits such as Public Citizen
News. Contributions to Public Citizen are not tax-deductible.
Public Citizen Foundation focuses on research, public education, and litigation in support of our mission. By law, the Foundation can engage in only very limited lobbying. Contributions to Public Citizen Foundation are tax-deductible.