Enforcement of the private and public sector shall be used only to obtain compliance with the Act and the rules and regulations established by the Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Commission. It shall investigate occupational fatalities, safety and health complaints, safety and health discrimination complaints and to ensure inspection coverage in employment areas with high injury rates and to create a significance impact in such industries.
Wyoming OSHA Programs
The following programs exist in Wyoming OSHA Compliance to ensure they are as effective as Federal OSHA.
Programed Inspections (Targeted Un-announced) Inspections
The programmed inspections are the result of Observations made by Compliance officers as they are traveling around the state and seeing apparent rule violations. We also target employers with above average injuries and illness based on workers’ compensation data and Federally targeted industries present in Wyoming. These types of inspections can generate a penalty situation for the employer is serious hazards are found.
Un-programed Inspections (relating to Formal Complaints)
These will occur when a current employee or employee representative notifies Wyoming OSHA of an existing Safety or Health concern relating to a work environment. These types of inspections can generate a penalty situation for the employer is serious hazards are found. To make a formal Complaint or to get additional information on the subject, visit here.
Non-Formal Complaint Investigations
These will occur when an individual who is not a current employee notifies Wyoming OSHA of an existing Safety or Health Concern relating to a work environment these types of investigation do not typically generate an inspection or penalty situation. To make a Non-Formal Complaint or to get more information on the subject, visit here.
Referral inspections or investigations
We consider notifications of Safety and Health concerns provided by professionals not directly related to the employer as referrals. Based on the information provided and available resources we may either conduct an inspection or an investigation similar to Non-formal complaints. To make a referral, call (307) 777-7786.
Discrimination Complaints (11C) Whistleblower Investigations
Will occur when an existing employee or ex-employee notifies us of a situation where the employee/ex-employee attempted to address Safety and Health concerns in their work environment and then were treated differently than other employees or was fired due to their efforts to address Safety and Health concerns. To make a complaint relating to Discrimination due to Safety and Health concerns, visit here.
Additional Information & Resources
- Safety and Health Programs
- Historical Inspection Search - The Establishment Search page enables the user to search for OSHA enforcement inspections by the name of the establishment.
OSHA Statistics and Data
- Federal OSHA Statistics and Data - includes establishment search, inspection information and much more.
- Adding Inequality to Injury: The Cost of Failing to Protect Workers on the Job
The OSHA 300A Summary Form is to be posted in an area where employees can view it from February 1st - April 30th.
- Recordkeeping Policies and Procedures Manual
- OSHA 300 Posting Summary
- CY 2004 and Beyond OSHA 300
- OSHA 300
OSHA Quick Takes
OSHA Quick Takes is a page from the Federal OSHA website for a monthly communication service with information, updates and results from OSHA about safety and health in America's workplaces.