Safety Program

Each agency must maintain an active workplace safety and health program that meets Labor and Industry and commonwealth requirements.   

Agency safety coordinators administer the overall workplace safety and health program and serve as the point of contact for all safety matters. They are also responsible for:

More information about the safety and health program are contained in Management Directive 530.31.


  • Agency safety coordinators
  • Chemical right to know coordinators (Pennsylvania Worker and Community Right to Know Act)
  • Governor's Annual Occupational Safety & Health Conference
  • Pennsylvania Training for Health and Safety (PATHS)
  • Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
  • National Safety Council (Please contact for membership information)
  • American National Standards Institute
  • National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health
  • (Find out how to order a membership.)
  • Safety Consultants

    Department of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Workers’ Compensation contact information can be found here.

    Department of General Services' Environmental, Fire & Safety Section can be reached at 717.346.1526.

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    Contact Us

    The OA-Human Resources' Bureau of Employee Absences and Safety is available to assist with workplace safety issues and can be contacted at 717.346.4667 or