The National Association of Landscape Professionals and OSHA Alliance, first formed in 2004, focuses on providing large and small landscape services industry employers with information, guidance, and access to training resources to help them protect the safety and health of their employees, including youth and low-literacy level and non-English speaking workers. In particular, the Alliance will focus on reducing and preventing exposure to manual material handling and slip, trip, and fall hazards, and on addressing motor vehicle safety issues.

National Association of Landscape Professionals proudly announces their renewal alliance with OSHA furthering its efforts to connect the landscape industry businesses with valuable resources for the promotion of safety throughout the industry. Click here for more information on the November 26, 2013, announcement.


Quick Cards:


Safe Fueling of Vehicles, Equipment, and Containers with Liquid Fuels (Gasoline and Diesel) in English and Spanish

Chemical Handling in English and Spanish

Mobile Device Distractions in the Workplace in English and Spanish

Mower and Hedge Trimmer Safety in English and Spanish

Securing Equipment Safely for Transport in English and Spanish

Roadside Safety in English and Spanish

Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries in Interior Plantscaping in English and Spanish

Gasoline Powered Cut-Off Machines in English and Spanish

Personal Protective Equipment for Mixing Chemicals in Lawn Care in English and Spanish

Using Small Equipment Safely in Landscaping in English and Spanish

Interior Plantscaping Ladder Safety in English and Spanish

Interior Plantscaping General Safety Tips in English and Spanish

Preventing Injuries to your Eyes and Ears in Landscaping in English and Spanish

Safety Tip Sheets:

Slip and Trip Injuries in English and Spanish

Lifting Injuries in English and Spanish

Defensive driving in English and Spanish
Reducing the risk of amputations in English and Spanish
Leaving a Job Site Safe in the Middle of a Landscape Design/Build/Installation Project in English and Spanish