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  • Conduct safety audits and issue citations of violations of 1910 and 1926

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Hutto, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Hutto, TX

    I worked at OSHA (More than 10 years)


    Very good training and reward. Great pay and benefits, time off, etc. Complete my work with little supervision.


    Sometimes a poor manager could make each day bad

    Advice to Management

    Obtain more field experience before going into mgt

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    Compliance Assistant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Dallas, TX
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    Difficult Interview


    The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at OSHA (Dallas, TX) in September 2011.


    Strange interview- was asked several behavioral type questions, which was expected, but also had to calculate a math problem, on the spot, right in front of three interviewers. I was read the question and had to write all the details down and calculate the answer in a certain amount of time. Then I was presented with a typed letter and had to proof read everything and make grammatical corrections, all of which was down on the spot in front of the interviewers. To me, this was very strange because it broke up the flow of a traditional interview, panel or not. I feel this should have been done at a different time, either by HR or in a separate private room.

    Interview Questions

    • Calculating a math problem.   Answer Question
    • What is the Freedom of Information Act and provide us with any exemptions, if any.   Answer Question

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Website www.osha.gov
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1970
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

Get off that ladder! Watch your step! Heads up! The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is on a mission to assure the safety and health of the American workforce. OSHA establishes safety standards and provides enforcement, training, and incentives. It partners with states to put 1,100 inspectors on the job through more than 200 offices nationwide. All workers, except miners, transportation workers, public employees, and the self-employed, fall under the protection of OSHA. The agency publishes a long list of guides and fact sheets. The agency, part of the... More

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