Write a 5 pages paper on career guide to the safety profession. I would be sure to check the OSHA approved state programs to see if my organization is located in a state with different or additional requirements as specified by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA, 2013). Once I had ensured that not only was I fully versed in the rules and requirements as specified by OSHA’s laws and guidelines, I would then see if OSHA’s free on site consultation program, which “conducted 29,310 visits to small and medium-sized employers” (OSHA, 2013) in 2012, was available in my area, and if not, go through their outreach training program, a program that taught “689,779 students” (OSHA, 2013) in 2012. after having taken these steps, I would feel confident that my organization was fully in compliance with the rules and regulations as set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. If there ever came a time when I was unsure on a particular point of safety and health regulations, I would be sure to check OSHA’s website and review their industry-specific resources, which will also serve as a point of reference in order to keep up to date with all the latest tips, regulations, and notifications in the industry. In addition, the eTools section of OSHA’s site will provide me with stand-alone interactive web-based training tools on a large variety of occupational safety and health topics. These modules are available as downloadable files for offline use and training as well, which will ensure that any employees that I have working with me, or for me, will be able to keep up to date on the same rules and regulations that I am. By having them complete the modules as well, I am ensuring that I have additional sets of eyes that are trained on the same aspects. this allows for a more thorough check of our environment and decreases the likelihood of things being missed as a result of oversight, tiredness, and so on.