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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.


 

Two grain bins (photo)

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.

Workers standing near a truck

Safety Lines informs readers about the purpose, plans and progress of Minnesota OSHA.