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Division of Safety & Hygiene services


The most valuable asset your organization has is its employees. By improving safety and preventing incidents, you can protect your work force while reducing your workers' compensation costs.

If you are an employer participating in Ohio's exclusive workers' compensation system, BWC's Division of Safety & Hygiene (DSH) can meet all your needs and at no direct cost to you.

  • DSH provides a broad spectrum of services including technical support, library services, educational services and publications.
  • Additional resources include our Ohio Safety Congress & Expo, the largest regional safety and health exhibition in the United States and the Ohio safety councils, which provide a forum for occupational safety and health information in local communities.
  • Financial resources are available through the SafetyGRANT$ program, which provides matching safety intervention grants to eligible employers for the purchase of equipment that may substantially reduce or eliminate workplace injuries and illnesses.
  • The OSHA On-Site Consultation Program provides consultation services to small employers in high-hazard industries.
  • Employer management services blend traditional risk and safety management approaches to controlling workers' compensation costs. Employer management services is dedicated to working with employers to prevent workplace injury and illness claims and to control claims costs if they do occur. Click here for more information about safety management services
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  • Your workers' compensation premium includes the cost of our services. As a result, you invest your safety dollars in prevention.
  • The Ohio legislature established DSH as a consultative service to inform, educate and assist employers in loss-prevention activities.
  • The Public Employment Risk Reduction Program (PERRP) offers safety and health consultation services to public employers.

  • In relation to the above activities, DSH does not engage in enforcement of local or federal safety requirements.

So, contact us today to reduce injuries, illnesses, and costs because SAFETY WORKS FOR YOU.®


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