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The mission of the Office of Occupational Health is to act as a resource to employers in their efforts to minimize exposure to hazardous materials in the workplace in order to improve the workplace environment for the benefit of all Delawareans.
The Office of Occupational Health provides confidential education and consultation services - at no charge - for public sector employers and employees, including State of Delaware departments and agencies.
Through the use of the tools below, employers and employees can begin to develop the knowledge of potential hazards in their workplace. By following the procedures outlined on this website, any workplace can begin to make improvements in workplace health and safety. In addition to this website, the Office of Occupational Health is available for phone consultations and as an information resource as we all work for a safer, healthier Delaware.
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