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Occupational Health

The Department of Health Services promotes safer, healthier Wisconsin workers by describing and learning from work-related hazards, exposures, illnesses, and injuries.

Below you will find links to more information about workplace safety and health for workers. This page also includes information for:

  • Health care professionals
  • Employers
  • Researchers

For Workers

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Find resources that inform workers of their rights and responsibilities and ways to address workplace hazards.

For Employers

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Research shows that successful safety and health systems reduce the costs of injury and illness.

For Health Professionals

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Learn a few simple steps to help your patients stay safe and healthy at work.

Adult Lead

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Find information and resources about adult lead exposure for workers, employers, health providers, laboratories, and researchers.

Data and Publications

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Find occupational health annual indicator data, trend reports, and other indicator reports

Contact Information

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If you have a question or comment, or didn't find what you're looking for, contact us.


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Last revised May 10, 2024