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Please visit the Department of Labor Standards (DLS) Workplace Safety and Health Program table at the MASSbuys Expo May 1st at the DCU Center in Worcester.  massbuys

The Workplace Safety and Health Program’s mission is to prevent workplace injuries among public sector workers. We achieve this through investigation, voluntary inspection, outreach and enforcement by our team of occupational safety and health specialists. Safe and healthy workplaces promote steadfast governmental service delivery and sound family units.  Learn more about DLS’ Workplace Safety & Health Program. 

We look forward to seeing you at MASSbuys!

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