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OSHA says materials are free; warns against fraud

Noting numerous complaints it has received, OSHA is reminding employers that its publications and posters are available at no cost.

The agency said some employers have received "official-looking" announcements--and in some cases threatening notices--from companies saying employers must purchase OSHA documents from those companies to remain in compliance with OSHA rules and regulations.

OSHA advises employers not to become "victims of fraudulent solicitation practices or incur unnecessary costs."

OSHA's publications and posters are available at its publications page at Publications, posters, fact sheets, etc., can be ordered through the publications office or, in most cases, downloaded directly from the website, the agency said.