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Through education and consultation, NOSHA is a trusted and committed partner in creating and elevating workplace safety and prosperity for the Navajo Nation.

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Employees on the Navajo Nation, Other Navajo Entities, and Businesses or authorized representatives can report unsafe or unhealthful working conditions with the Navajo Occupational Safety & Health Administration.

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Under federal law, you are entitled to a safe workplace. Your employer must provide a workplace free of known health and safety hazards. If you have concerns, you have the right to speak up about them without fear of retaliation.

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What We Do

Through education and consultation, NOSHA is a trusted and committed partner in creating and elevating workplace safety and prosperity for the Navajo Nation. NOSHA”s VisionThe Navajo Nation, A Safer Place to Work!

To ensure that the Navajo Nation workplace is safe.

NOSHA Organization & HistoryNavajo Occupational Safety & Health Administration is under the Division of Human Resources of the Executive Branch of the Navajo Nation Government.The Navajo OSHA Program was established in 1986 by the Navajo Labor Investigative Task Force under the Navajo Nation Tribal Council. The Labor Task Force was created as a result of numerous complaints of injuries to employees throughout the Navajo Nation. As a result of finding, the Task Force recognized the need for applicable occupational safety and health standards and created a program, the Navajo Occupational Safety & Health Administration (NOSHA), within the Division of Human Resources. NOSHA was established to assist and remedy occupation safety & health hazards by reducing the rate of injuries on the job, which would reduce the economic and personal losses by lowering the number of injuries.Who is covered by NOSHA? All employers / employees within the territorial jurisdiction of the Navajo Nation having (6) or more employees.



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