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The Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) improves conditions for California's workers and advances opportunities for employers. DIR has four divisions and six commissions, boards and programs.
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Listed below is contact information for divisions and programs in our department. Many of the divisions contain multiple telephone numbers; please select the division or program name (the blue links) to access those telephone numbers. Email is another good way to communicate with us. Many of our general email addresses are listed below, and if you need help finding the right contact please email us at DIRInfo@dir.ca.gov.
DIR also offers helplines and general recorded information, available toll free. If you need help with a work-related issue and can’t find the appropriate contact in the list below, you can also call our Communications team toll free at 844 LABOR-DIR (or 1-844-522-6734) so we can help direct your call.
Community outreach and education is an important part of DIR. To request that a member of DIR attends or speaks at your event, please complete the outreach request form.
Cal/OSHA protects workers and the public from safety hazards and provides consultative services to employers.
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Amusement Ride and Tramway Unit:
Pressure Vessel Unit:
Reports of work-related injuries, illnesses, and fatalities:
Labor Commissioner's office ensures that every worker receives the wages they earn, enforces minimum labor standards, investigates retaliation complaints and protects employers who comply with the laws.
Electrician Certification Unit:
Division of Apprenticeship Standards fosters, promotes and develops the welfare of apprentices and training industry, and provides employers with a skilled and experienced workforce to strengthen California’s economy.
Division of Workers' Compensation minimizes the adverse impact of work-related injuries on California workers and employers.
Commission on Health and Safety and Workers' Compensation examines the health and safety and workers' compensation systems in California and recommends administrative or legislative modifications to improve their operations.
Labor Enforcement Task Force combats the underground economy to create an environment where legitimate businesses can thrive and where workers have a safe and fair workplace.
Occupational Safety and Health Appeals Board resolves appeals from employers regarding citations issued by Cal/OSHA for alleged violations of workplace safety and health regulations.
Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board promotes, adopts and maintains reasonable and enforceable standards that ensure a safe and healthful workplace.
Office of Self Insurance Plans provides oversight and regulation of workers' compensation self-insurance.
Workers' Compensation Appeals Board exercises all judicial powers vested by the Labor Code in a reasonable and sound manner and provides guidance and leadership to the workers' compensation community through case opinions and regulations.
|Division of Workers’ Compensation Medical Unit||(800) 794-6900|
|File an appeal regarding Cal/OSHA citations||(877) 252-1987|
|Free workplace safety advice for business owners||(800) 963-9424|
|Heat Illness Prevention helpline||(877) 992-2567|
|Information on self insurance for workers' compensation liabilities||(916) 464-7000|
|Need help with a work-related issue and can’t find the appropriate contact? Call the DIR Communications team and we will help direct you||(844) LABOR DIR or
|Injured worker information||(800) 736-7401|
|Worker rights||(866) 924-9757|