Helpful Links

State Workers’ Compensation Websites
The following websites will assist you in finding the latest laws, state-issued reference material, safety brochures, posting notices, guides and publications for the states that BusinessFirst serves.

Florida Dept. of Financial Services/Division of Workers’ Compensation

Kentucky Office of Workers’ Claims

Kentucky Department of Labor

North Carolina Industrial Commission

North Carolina Department of Labor

Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Division

Safety Websites

American Society of Safety Engineers

Center for Disease Control

CPWR – Center for Construction Research & Training with assistance from NIOSH (Construction Solutions)

EKU OSHA Training Institute Education Center

Employee Wellness eLearning Courses (Patient Handling)

Florida Safety Council

Free Training

Incidence Rate Calculator and Comparison Tool

National Agricultural Safety Database

National/State Poster Requirements

National Fire Protection Association

National Safety Council


Red Cross

Rocky Mountain Education Center (RMEC)

Safety.Cat.Com (Caterpillar)

Safety Compliance Center—Forklift Certification and Safety Training

3M Health and Safety Services eTools

OSHA Website Links
The OSHA website is an extremely useful tool that is filled with safety reference material and compliance assistance. Below are just a few direct links to sections of the OSHA website.


OSHA (Spanish)

OSHA Fatality Notification Requirements *

OSHA Order Publications

OSHA Record Keeping (including 300 Log)

Compliance Assistance Quick Start

eTools—Electronic Products for Compliance Assistance

Quick Cards—Specific, concise reference cards

Safety and Health Topics—In-depth information on numerous topics

Standard Interpretations

* Notify OSHA within eight (8) hours after the death of any employee from a work-related incident, or hospitalization of three or more employees from the same incident. You must report by telephone to 1-800-321- 6748 or in person to the nearest OSHA office.