Cal/OSHA Program is responsible for enforcing California laws and regulations
pertaining to workplace safety and health and for providing assistance
to employers and workers about workplace safety and health issues.
Enforcement Unit conducts inspections of California workplaces based
on worker complaints, accident reports and high hazard industries. There
are 22 Cal/OSHA Enforcement Unit district offices located throughout the
state of California. Specialized enforcement units such as the Mining
and Tunneling Unit and the High Hazard Enforcement Unit augment the efforts
of district offices in protecting California workers from workplace hazards
in high hazard industries.
Other specialized units such as the Crane/
Certifier Accreditation Unit, the Asbestos
Contractors' Registration Unit, the Asbestos
Consultant and Site Surveillance Technician Unit, and the Asbestos
Trainers Approval Unit are responsible for enforcing regulations pertaining
to crane safety and prevention of asbestos exposure.
Consultation Service provides assistance to employers and workers
about workplace safety and health issues through on-site assistance, high
hazard consultation and special emphasis programs, and develops educational
materials on workplace safety and health topics.
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Information page for additional resources and free publications.