The Office of Occupational Safety and Health's (OSH) mission is to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of our employees and visitors. We provide management and direction for Departmental Safety and Health Programs. OSH develops Department-wide policies that protect lives, property, and natural resources. The OSH develops policy and facilitates the Department's decision making process so that we can achieve, as outlined in our Departmental Safety and Occupational Health Strategic Plan, a safe and healthful occupational and recreational environment for our customers - Departmental employees, volunteers, contractors, concessionaires and the visiting public.
- Team Members and how to contact them
- January 2000 Occupational Safety & Health Strategic Plan
- Safety Management Information Systems (SMIS)
The Safety Management Information System (SMIS) is a state-of-the-art, Web-based safety information system with ACCIDENT REPORTING and data analysis features.
- SafetyNet, The DOI Safety and Health Information Network
The SafetyNet provides an on-line, shared, safety and occupational health resource bank for all Interior Department bureaus and offices.
- Medical Programs
The DOI Medical Program provides a one stop shopping source of medical program support for safety and human resource professionals alike. Program services include medical surveillance program development and review, medical case reviews for labor relations and medical clearance program design for arduous/hazardous occupations.