In response to public recognition of injury and fatality rates in the workplace, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) was created on April 28, 1971. Since its formation, OSHA has been committed to directing its resources to reduce and prevent injuries, illnesses and deaths in all workplaces. OSHA accomplishes its goals through creating and enforcing workplace standards, providing employer and worker education and offering employer assistance and planning. Filled with more than 40 beneficial resources, this guide provided links to a wealth of information to empower employers, workers, students, teachers and others. Inside you’ll find resources about the development of occupational safety law, as well as employer resources, worker resources and much more.