State Safety Documents for new-york
New-York State Board of Dentistry
Website: New-York State Board of Dentistry
New-York State Board of Dentistry is to ensure that only qualified persons be permitted to practice dentistry and dental hygiene in the state of New-York. The Board licenses qualified applicants; develops rules and regulations; prepares and administers examinations. MSDS, helping dental offices as their government liaisons, shows the interpretations from the Board of Dentistry's answers to your questions and emails.
New-York State Department of Labor
Website: New-York State Department of Labor
The mission of the New York State Department of Labor is to protect workers, assist the unemployed and connect job seekers to jobs. The New-York State Department of Labor, or New-York's OSHA, protects workplace and labor issues and promotes workplace justice. New York's OSHA, through formal and informal inspections by staff members, patients, and concerned citizens, has increased their inspections. Inside you will learn how MSDS can help minimize your citations, as a member, through seminars, lectures and free safety classes.
New-York State Board of Pharmacy
Website: New-York State Board of Pharmacy
The New-York State Board of Pharmacy regulates this profession by formulating rules and regulations, creating applications for licensing; reviewing and processing all applications; issuing and renewing licenses; conducting hearings, and imposing disciplinary sanctions, when necessary.
New-York State Board of Medicine
Website: New-York State Board of Medicine
New-York State Board of Medicine is to properly regulate the practice of medicine and surgery for the benefit and protection of the people of New-York. The Board is responsible for the licensing of doctors, physician's assistants, respiratory care practitioners and emergency medical technicians - paramedics.
New-York State Department of Health
Website: New-York State Department of Health
The purpose of the Department of Health is to promote and protect the health, safety and quality of life of residents of New-York. The responsibilities of New-York State Department of Health is to prevent and control diseases, injuries and exposure to environmental hazards.
New-York State Department of Environmental Conservation
"To conserve, improve and protect New York's natural resources and environment and to prevent, abate and control water, land and air pollution, in order to enhance the health, safety and welfare of the people of the state and their overall economic and social well-being."
New-York Worker's Compensation Board
Website: New-York Worker's Compensation Board
The New York State Workers' Compensation Board protects the rights of employees and employers by ensuring the proper delivery of benefits to those who are injured or ill, and by promoting compliance with the law.
New-York Department of Financial Services
To reform the regulation of financial services in New York to keep pace with the rapid and dynamic evolution of these industries and to remain vigilant against fraud in our markets and against consumers.
New-York Human Resource Administration
The New York Human Resources Administration/ Department of Social Services (HRA/DSS) provides temporary help to individuals and families with social service and economic needs to assist them in reaching self-sufficiency.
New-York Department of Family Services
The Office of Children and Family Services serves New York's public by promoting the safety, permanency and well-being of our children, families and communities. We will achieve results by setting and enforcing policies, building partnerships, and funding and providing quality services.
New-York Dental to Dental
This is for those that are trying to make a little money on the side with other self run business. You will be able to post what you have ie: Mary Kay, Avon etc...
Travel To (New-York)
Website: New-York Tourism
From our majestic mountains, cities and lakes to our pastoral farmlands and vineyards, New York State has it all! Getaways in New York State provide memories for a lifetime. Click on the links below to learn more about our state.