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Lead poisoning is a major, preventable, environmental health problem for both children and adults.
The Department of Labor Standards handles the regulation of occupational asbestos exposure. We work with employers, employees, unions, and state and local agencies to create healthier and safer work conditions for Massachusetts workers.
The program also assists employment, placement, and staffing agencies to comply with their legal obligations under Massachusetts law.
The goal of WSHP is to prevent workplace injury and illness of public sector workers. WSHP accomplishes this through enforcement investigations and voluntary inspections.
The Department of Labor Standards (DLS) offers a free consultation service designed to help employers recognize and control possible safety and health hazards at their worksites, improve their safety and health program, and assist in training employees.
A division of the Department of Labor Standards (DLS), the goals of the Occupational Safety and Health Statistics Program strives to protect workers in Massachusetts.
The Mine Safety and Health Program is administered by the Department of Labor Standards in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration.
Laws pertaining to the Department of Labor Standards
Learn how to request public records from the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development Department of Labor Standards.
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