Occupational Safety and Health Services
The OSHA 21(d) Consultation Program provides no-cost and confidential occupational safety and health consultation services to small and medium-sized businesses in Georgia. Through the 21(d) program, the Safety, Health, and Environmental Services (SHES) team at Georgia Tech provides to companies with less than 250 people at a single site and less than 500 people corporate-wide to:
- Identify workplace hazards, reducing injuries and illnesses
- Provide guidance to comply with OSHA standards
- Establish new and improve existing safety and health programs within the company
The consultation is administered by a safety consultant and is confidential and will not be reported to the OSHA inspection staff. No citations or penalties will be issued, but participating businesses must agree to correct all serious hazards identified.
The 21(d) program is part of a national program offered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration out of the United States Department of Labor. If you are outside of Georgia, click here to contact the local office in your state.