Occupational Health, and Safety Information

For Safety and Occupational Health Programs (SOHP) to be successful, information must be readily available and the scope, data requirements, and processes need to be known.  The occupational safety and health information presented on the following pages is intended to both inform the viewer and in some cases model specific programs.  It is important to remain objective and incorporate the elements into your programs or operations that truly support the work, reduce risk, and meet regulatory requirements. 

The following pages contain SOHPs and specific program elements for education and review.  The degree of detail shown within each section may not be needed for every organizational program, however, individual sections (i.e., element) could be part of any organization’s OHS program.

U.S. Department of the Interior
Occupational Health and Safety Program - SafetyNet
1849 C Street, N.W., MS 5558-MIB • Washington, D.C. 20240
(202) 513-0767
..Last Updated on 09/10/08