Updated Resources and Guidance from USDOL and OSHA

National Apprenticeship Week Dates Announced

USDOL is recognizing National Apprenticeship Week November 8-14. National Apprenticeship Week is an annual event recognizing the value that apprenticeship offers employers, career seekers, and the communities.  Click here for more.


Combatting Forced Labor

The Bureau of International Labor Affairs has added five goods produced in China to its 2020 List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor.  Click here for more.


Accessible Technology Forum

A virtual discussion on Oct. 20 will focus on the benefits of accessible technology in the workplace.  Click here for more.


Work and Family

During National Work and Family Month, discover Wage and Hour Division resources that can help you succeed on the job and care for your family. Click here for more.



This October, during the 75th observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the Department recognizes the importance of increasing access and opportunity for all workers. Click here for more.


End Child Labor

Two new reports provide data and actions that governments, companies and organizations can take to end child labor, including eliminating it from global supply chains. Click here for more.


Additional Resources:

  • Guidance: OSHA issued guidance on using tight-fitting powered air-purifying respirators. Click here.
  • Guidance: OSHA issued guidance on keeping cleaning staff Click here.
  • FAQs: OSHA guidance on reporting work-related cases of the coronavirus. Click here.