OSHA Requirements and Training Resources for Bloomington IN
The State of Indiana operates a State OSHA program (IOSHA) that oversees OSHA training in Bloomington IN workplaces. The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health program is administered by the Indiana Department of Labor. The Indiana Plan was granted final state plan approval on September 26, 1986.
State of Indiana OSHA Training Regulations and Standards
Indiana OSHA adopts Federal OSHA regulations and standards identically. Links to see federal OSHA training requirements for construction and general industry are available below on this page.
IOSHA applies to all places of employment in the State, with the exception of Federal Government employees, the United States Postal Service (USPS), private sector maritime, and certain agricultural related operations (the field sanitation standard and temporary labor camps), which are subject to Federal OSHA jurisdiction.
Indiana OSHA Information
Management of the IOSHA program is the responsibility of the Deputy Commissioner for IOSHA. The Deputy Commissioner of IOSHA is assisted by two Directors (Industry and Construction) and multiple Supervisors that handle the day to day workload. The General Industry division conducts safety and health inspections in all places of employment within the State of Indiana with the exception of those covered by the Construction Safety Division. There is only one state OSHA office serving Bloomington.
Indiana Department of Labor
402 West Washington Street, Room W195
Indianapolis, IN 46204
The OSHA National Emergency Hotline telephone number is 1-800-321-OSHA.
OSHA Training Resources
OSHA Training Requirements for 1910 General Industry
OSHA Training Requirements for 1926 Construction
OSHA Training Conducted at Your Site in Bloomington IN (see available classes below)
On-Site OSHA Training Classes IN Bloomington IN
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Disclaimer: This information was obtained from the Federal OSHA website. OSHA Training Services Inc. makes every effort to ensure that the information on this page is accurate and up to date, but changes in state law and procedures affecting the information on this page are beyond OSHA’s control. Contact IN OSHA program staff directly to verify important information about OSHA training requirements in the state.