Request a free safety consultation
Employers can discover the potential hazards at their work sites and improve safety and health practices.
Get SHARP - join the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program
Qualifying small businesses can receive exemptions from OSHA inspections.
Kansas is #1 in SHARP sites.
Kansas has 178 sites of the 1,504 sites across the U.S.
Get your Safety Program into SHAPE
The Division of Industrial Safety and Health recognizes safety-conscious employers and employees in the public sector.
The SHAPE (Safety and Health Award for Public Employees) program is designed for those public sector entities whose employees have not had a lost-time accident for a specific number of consecutive days.
Public Employer Services
If you are a public service employee in any of the following organizations: City, County, State, USD, University, Community College, Water District, or any other public municipality, the Division of Industrial Safety and
Health has services available for you.
Amusement Ride Act Permit Program
The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) Industrial Safety and Health (ISH) Division provides oversight for the inspections of most amusement rides and attractions. Every ride and attraction is required by Kansas Code to be inspected prior to its first use in the State each year. Look for an inspection decal with the current year to indicate the ride has a valid permit to operate.
Get accident prevention information
By law, Kansas workers compensation providers must provide safety services to those they insure. Get information about accident prevention services as well as why and how workers
compensation insurance companies or group-funded self-insurance plans need to file a year-end report.
Kansas Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
The annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (SOII) provides statistics on work-related injuries and illnesses in Kansas.
Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries
The Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) survey provides Kansas’s information on the frequency of fatal injuries occurring in the workplace.