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OSHA Regulations. Definition - What does OSHA Regulations mean? The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) regulations are the American national standards developed to ensure workplace health and safety for all employees. OSHA's primary rule is that employers are obligated to provide a safe workplace environment.What is an OSHA book?
The Fact Book is produced by federal OSHA in Washington, D.C. and is intended to report the progress of the Agency’s safety programs and responsibilities. The OSHA data reported herein reflect the federal government fiscal year (with the exception of injury and illness data), which runs from October through September of each year.