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Nebraska

Overview

Nebraska

Twenty one states have are operating an approved occupational safety and health program. This program is operated by the .

Applicable Agencies

Occupational Safety and Health Regulations State Consultation Program
Employers concerned about providing their employees with a safe and healthful workplace can request an on-site visit by one of the OSHA Consultation Program's consultants to determine if safety and health hazards exist. The goal of this program is to help Nebraska employers identify and correct potential safety and health hazards before they become dangerous and expensive problems. This Department of Labor program provides a no-cost service to Nebraska employers with one or more employees.

Other Resources


  • Federal OSHA Resources for the Construction Industry
    Nebraska's Workers' Compensation Reform (LB757) Nebraska's Workers' Compensation Reform (LB757), passed September 9, 1993, created the Workplace Safety Consultation Program. This Program, under sections 48-443 through 48-449 provides job safety and health protection for public and private employees. The law applies to all public and private employers who are subject to the Nebraska Workers' Compensation Act. Pursuant to this legislation effective January 1, 1994, every public and private employer in Nebraska is required to establish and maintain at least one safety committee in the workplace. The committee must consist of an equal number of committee members representing both the employer and the employees.


Overview

Twenty-six states are covered entirely by the federal OSHA program.

Applicable Agencies

Occupational Safety and Health Regulations

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