INSafe, a division of the Indiana Department of Labor, works with Indiana's employers, employees, labor unions, professional groups, trade organizations and others to ensure workplace health and safety.
Free INSafe services include on-site consultation, group training and seminars, educational publications and training materials, along with pro-active voluntary health and safety programs designed to bring employers and employees together to create and maintain healthy working environments.
INSafe works hand-in-hand for Indiana workers' safety.
We're here to help advance the safety and health of Hoosiers in the workplace.
The federal Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 encouraged states to develop and implement their own proactive safety and health consultation program. INSafe is Indiana's consultation program, and we provide free consultation services to assist employers in achieving voluntary safety and health compliance.
We're your partner in safety and health compliance.
INSafe does not impose fines. Instead, we offer programs and services that educate and assist employers in safety compliance.
To request a FREE INSafe consultation, please complete our online request form available here.
To request a guest speaker for your event or classroom, please click here.
We look forward to working with you.
INSafe's staff are professionals dedicated to working with employers and employees to identify and resolve workplace health and safety issues. Free service is provided regardless of the employer's size or type of industry.
INSafe conducts numerous safety courses and seminars statewide. Consultants assist employers in achieving voluntary compliance with IOSHA safety standards by performing consultation visits, and partnering with companies in INSHARP.
INSafe also sponsors the annual Governor’s Workplace Safety Awards in partnership with the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Central Indiana Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers.
“At the time of publication of this website (11/2023), INSafe, the Indiana Consultation State Plan, receives 90% of its budget from a grant of $959,700 in federal funds. The remaining 10% of the State Plan budget is financed through $106,633 in Indiana state dedicated fund.”