This state-OSHA annual report (SOAR) presents a review of the strategies used and results achieved during the federal fiscal-year. Appendices have been included to provide more detail about specific performance goals. Special accomplishments and the successful completion of mandated activities are also discussed.
The Minnesota OSHA strategic plan serves as a mechanism for communicating a shared set of expectations regarding the results MNOSHA expects to achieve and the strategies it will use to achieve them.
Information in this annual report includes: incidence of injuries and illnesses over time and by industry and establishment size; characteristics and causes of injuries and illnesses; and fatal occupational injuries
2012 (current, published September 2014)
A publication of the Occupational Safety and Health State Plan Association (OSHSPA), this annual report describes the innovative approaches to creative partnerships, outreach and education, voluntary compliance, inspection targeting and settlement agreements that have been developed by the 28 states and territories that operate state occupational safety and health plans that are at least as effective as federal OSHA.