Safety and health at work
Minnesota has its own Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MNOSHA) state-plan program, which is approved by federal OSHA, to protect workers at private and public worksites. The program has two parts: MNOSHA Compliance and MNOSHA Workplace Safety Consultation.
It is important to be aware of grain-bin hazards. Moist grain can cake or crust at the surface, hiding pockets of air underneath a seemingly hard surface. It can also act like quicksand, pulling workers completely in. Learn more about the precautions to take to stay safe.
Safety Lines informs readers about the purpose, plans and progress of Minnesota OSHA.