The best place to find workplace safety information is from the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, or OSHA, website. OSHA is part of the United States Department of Labor, and the agency is responsible for providing federal guidelines for employers to follow.
Some of the guidelines set forth by OSHA include information regarding blood-borne pathogens, hazard communication, respiratory protection, hazardous waste operations and emergency response, and personal protective equipment. In addition to OSHA's requirements, each state has information regarding safe workplace policies. For example, the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries includes sample programs for employers to follow on the following topics: accident prevention programs, chemical hazard communication, hazardous drugs control program, and Lockout/tagout procedures.