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Indiana Department of Labor

DOL > INSafe > INSafe Home > INSafe Safety and Health Consultation Request Form INSafe Safety and Health Consultation Request Form

Thank you for your interest in INSafe onsite occupational safety and health consultation. To file your request for onsite consutlation electronically, please complete and submit the form below. To mail or fax the completed request, please select and complete the form found here. Once your request has been submitted and assigned, you will receive a confirmation letter with a tentative date for your onsite consultation.

For questions please contact INSafe by email at insafe@dol.in.gov or phone (317) 232-2688.

Employers please note: Requests for OSHA 10 and 30-hour trainings must be in conjunction with an on-site INSafe consultation. Trainings are limited and approved on a case-by-case basis.     

INSafe Consultation

Consultation services are made available to Hoosier employers at no cost through federal and state funds. No fines or penalties will be levied for any safety or health hazards identified during the consultation and your request for consultation will not initiate an IOSHA inspection. Consultations are prioritized, giving small and high-hazard employers priority scheduling. Consultation services are confidential and conducted at no charge to the employer. A complete and confidential report summarizing findings and suggestions for remedial measures for identified hazards will be provided to the employer.

Employer's Obligation

The employer is required to immediately eliminate any imminent danger and correct any serious safety and health conditions within the established period of time. The INSafe consultant will work with the employer to determine an appropriate correction time period. Failure to immediately correct imminent danger hazards will result in a referral to IOSHA enforcement. Failure to correct serious hazards in the correction time period will result in a referral to IOSHA enforcement.

Rewarding a Commitment to Safety and Health Excellence

Indiana's Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (INSHARP) recognizes employers that have elements of effective safety and health management systems in place. INSHARP recognition is an achievement of status that sets participating Hoosier employers apart from their business peers as well as makes good business sense.