Free OSHA Downloads and Infographics

Federal OSHA requires employers regulated by Federal OSHA in their State to post a copy of the Federal OSHA Poster in their workplace at a location where employees can readily see it (for example, on the employee bulletin board). States that administer their own OSHA programs require employers in their State to post a copy of their State OSHA version of the workplace poster.

Be sure to visit the applicable OSHA web-site (Federal or State) to see if there are any special restrictions, such as but not limited to minimum size requirements for their poster. For example, Federal OSHA and most State OSHA programs require their posters to be printed on paper sized at least 8 ½ inch x 14 inch minimum).


The Following OSHA Infographics Are Free Downloads

The Department of Labor has several free resources for download that you can use in your place of employment A free “Job Safety: It’s The Law” OSHA poster is available for immediate download by clicking this link.


Other Free Downloads are available as listed below. These require a PDF reader in your browser (such as Adobe Reader) to view and download.

Protect yourself from cleaning chemicals (pdf)

“I Have Rights” – Teen workplace poster (pdf)

“An Unprotected Trench is an Early Grave” – Trenching and excavation dangers poster (pdf)

“Job Safety and Health – It’s the Law!” poster (pdf)

“Stopping for Water Keeps You Going” – Heat illness prevention poster (pdf)

“Health Effects from Heat” – Another heat illness prevention poster (pdf)

“Fireworks Safety” – Safety poster for fireworks retailers (pdf)

“Fireworks Safety” – Safety poster for fireworks display operators retailers (pdf)

“Work Safely, Use the Right Equipment” – Fall prevention and safety poster (pdf)

“Work Safely, Use the Right Equipment” – Fall prevention and safety poster in Spanish (pdf)

“Combustible Dust” – Explosion prevention poster (pdf)

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