Safety Grant Program Application
Your application will not be considered if any of the following are not included:
- all required answers and requested information listed in the application;
- a safety/health on-site hazard survey report with recommendations (include related safety committee meeting minutes if the hazard survey was done by a safety committee);
- vendor quotes for equipment to be purchased, quotes must list type of equipment and cost;
- an IRS W-9 form (if not previously submitted to the State of MN; and
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The Safety Grant Program awards employers in the state of Minnesota a dollar-for-dollar match – up to $10,000 – to qualifying employers for projects designed to reduce the risk of injury and illness to their workers, based on results of an on-site, safety/health hazard survey. This is a reimbursement program. Invoices dated prior to the approved contract date are not eligible for this program. Grants are awarded to employers that best satisfy the Safety Grant Program goals. If the number of qualified applicants exceeds the available funds, applications are evaluated based on factors in the statutes and rules.
- Minnesota Rules 5203.0010-5203.0070.)
If your grant is approved, you will be notified in writing of the specific approval. Whether your grant application is approved or not in no way diminishes, delays or absolves you of any obligation to abate hazards as required by law. No state funds will be distributed until all grant documents are signed by all parties; funds expended before that must not rely on grant approval.
Priority will be given to projects that meet the other requirements for grants that support production jobs in an area or prevent loss of jobs due to safety problems. Also given priority are projects in industries that are the current focus of Minnesota OSHA compliance and consultation strategies. A list of priority industries can be found in the MNOSHA Consultation strategic plan at:
To start or complete an application please enter your PIN and KEY below. (case sensitive). Additional attachments can also be uploaded after a grant has been submitted as final.
If you do not have a PIN/KEY click here to register.
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The Department of Labor and Industry reserves the right to request additional information if necessary.
Questions may be directed to Workplace Safety Consultation by: telephone at (651) 284-5060, toll-free at
1-800-731-7232; fax at (651) 284-5739; or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.