Two new resources are available on the agency's Web site: MyOSHA, a tool to create personalized links to OSHA online resources; and Quick Start, a step-by-step guide to identify major OSHA requirements and guidance materials.

Visitors to MyOSHA can sign up to create personalized links to OSHA online resources. Users can customize the content of their pages by choosing links from categories that include “Industry,” “Safety and Health Topics,” “What’s New,” “Audiences,” “Publications,” “Laws and Regulations,” “Strategic Management Plan Areas of Emphasis,” and “Working with OSHA.”

Quick Start is a new tool on OSHA’s Compliance Assistance Web page that provides step-by-step guidance on how to identify OSHA requirements and guidance materials that may apply to specific workplaces. A module for workplaces covered by OSHA's general industry standards includes information on recordkeeping and reporting requirements and links to compliance assistance resources and key standards and information for developing a comprehensive safety and health program.