PA OSHA Consultation

IUP's Safety Sciences Department is the officially designated agency in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for OSHA consultation services. Since 1983, IUP OSHA Consultation Program provides FREE occupational and health consultative services made available through federal regulations.

The program is designed to assist private-sector employers in the Commonwealth in understanding and voluntarily complying with applicable safety/health regulations enforced by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

Our consultants, who are professors in the IUP Safety Sciences department, will:

  • Help employers recognize workplace hazards
  • Provide free air monitoring for various contaminants as well as noise monitoring.
  • Assist employers in developing and maintaining effective safety and health management programs
  • Identify no-cost resources through the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry's Bureau of Workers Compensation should employers need further compliance training or safety committee assistance
  • Provide health and safety “train-the-trainer” training for employers
  • And more.

Consultants from IUP do not issue citations or propose penalties for violations of OSHA standards. Instead, our faculty members will assist you no cost to improve your safety and health programs. Recommendations are 100% confidential, and never shared with OSHA enforcement.

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2018 Pennsylvania On Site Consultation Program Economic Benefits

2018 OSHA Consultation Economical Benefits-White Paper

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published a working paper showing that the agency’s On-Site Consultation Program generates national economic benefits of approximately $1.3 billion per year.

Pennsylvania OSHA Consultation Program Brochure

Resources

Related websites and training information

Overview

Find out how to get started with the OSHA program and the benefits of participating. Also see our OSHA Consultation brochure and Small Business Page.

Employer Benefits and Services

Employers who request service through the Consultation Program receive several benefits and services, many of which are summarized here. Included is also a video in which small businesses talk about the benefits of their state's OSHA consultation service.

Newsletter Archive

Previous newsletters available to download for your convenience.

 

PA OSHA Consultation Webinars

Webinars provided by the PA OSHA Consultation Program

Consultants and Staff

List of consultants for the PA/OSHA Consultation Program