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Occupational Safety & Health Administration Video Case Study

Watch this video to learn about the Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) role in helping employers keep American workplaces safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Organization

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

Number of Employees

2,220

Website

https://www.osha.gov/

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, OSHA’s mission to keep all Americans safe on the job did not change. In fact, OSHA’s work to track safety practices in sectors including manufacturing, meat packing, construction and countless others became that much more critical. This video explores OSHA’s efforts to keep America’s workers safe during the pandemic, including by shifting its own employees to a hybrid work model. A key component of the success of these efforts was the diversity of the agency’s workforce and its inclusive workplace culture.

OSHA Trailer (0:44)

Adapting and Staying on Mission During COVID-19 (4:15)

OSHA Trailer (Audio Described) (0:51)

Adapting and Staying on Mission During COVID-19 (Audio Described) (5:19)