The Georgia Tech OSHA Consultation Program is operational and has resumed limited on-site visit activity. We are still conducting virtual visits as well.  If you would like assistance, please click the gold button and complete our Online Request Form.  Feel free to contact us via phone or e-mail with any questions.

Upcoming Free OSH Seminars—Online Only

There are currently no free OSH seminars scheduled, but check back in 2021. We will be offering them again in Spring 2021.

Webinar recording: Engineered Stone: Fabrication and Silicosis, 18 October 2019.

Occupational Safety & Health Consultation

The OSHA 21(d) Consultation Program provides a free, confidential, on-site consultation service for small companies (fewer than 500 employees) in Georgia that need assistance in occupational safety and health. Employers have the option to choose several different types of assistance. For further information about the OSHA 21(d) Consultation Program, contact Sarah Cooper at 404-894-4121 or by email at

Complete the ONLINE REQUEST FORM for Consultation Service

The Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute Education Center

The Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute Education Center offers safety and health courses in more than 20 topics throughout Region IV, an area covering Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky. For further information about the OSHA Training Institute Education Center, contact Dr. Myrtle Turner Harris at 404-894-4149 or by email at

OTI Course Catalog 2019-2020

Contract Course Training Request

If you would like to request on-site contract training, please download the form available through the links below and return the form as an e-mail attachment to Dana Atkinson at

On-site training form

Georgia Environmental Compliance Assistance Program (GECAP)

GECAP is a non-regulatory program offering free and confidential environmental compliance assistance to Georgia businesses. GECAP provides environmentally-related technical assistance targeted to small and mid-sized companies in a manner that is accessible, useful, and understandable by “translating” regulations, being a source for environmental information, and providing an evaluation of a facility’s environmental compliance status. For more information please visit