Vermont Occupational Safety and Health Administration (VOSHA)

Workplace Safety Top 10 Recommendations Relating to COVID-19

On June 8, 2021, the Vermont Occupational Safety and Health Agency (VOSHA)  distributed a memo including recommendations to Vermonter employers on workplace safety as it relates to COVID-19. Read the full memo or download the PDF version. Additionally federal OSHA has also issued guidance.  

Looking for online Workplace Safety Training? VOSHA no longer requires Vermont employers to provide its previously required safety training to employees in order for them to return to the workplace. Employers looking for more assistance are encouraged to contact the VOSHA team. 


What is VOSHA?

Since 1974, Vermont’s Occupational and Health Administration (VOSHA) has labored diligently to protect the health and safety of working Vermonters. A safe and Helpful workplace is important to the financial wellbeing of an establishment. Employees are more productive and happier when employers have taken the steps necessary to reduce the risk of injury or illness. A first line of defense against rising Workers’ Compensations costs is to reduce or eliminate the injuries in your workplace. VOSHA wants to work with employers and employees to reduce workplace injuries and illnesses through education and enforcement activities.

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VOSHA Review Board

COVID-19 Information

Contact Information

COVID-19 Update: Department of Labor regional offices are currently operating with limited times for in-person services due to COVID-19 and staffing limitations. To see when your local office is open for in-person services click here.

Vermont Department of Labor
5 Green Mountain Drive
P.O. Box 488
Montpelier, 05601-0488
(802) 828-4000

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