Introduction Occupational safety is an emerging concept around the world. Occupational safety means the safety of the worker or employer during the jobs. Occupational safety is a multidimensional field that has cover safety, health and welfare of the people during his work. This phenomenon of occupational safety and health got attention more when the use of new technologies in the industries that are more dangerous for a human being for their life. America is an industrialized country and there enormous cases that faced by the worker during his work. Due to significant matters of safety, there were many steps taken to minimize these cases. In the developed world there were many safety steps were made by the government and the industrialist over the last twenty to thirty years that helps to overcome the working injuries according an estimate every year minimum 250 million employers during his around the world and 335000 were faced severe injuries and in the result the loss her life.Research questionWhat is the occupational safety?What are the leading causes of safety?How we prevent safety issues during work?Occupational safety and America?Literature reviewPaul A. Schulte in his article “Work, Obesity and Occupational Safety and health” discussed different health and safety problem that faced by a worker during his job. In this article, the author examines what the overall safety problem that encountered by the worker during his work. In this article, the author identifies different health issues that faced by the employer during his professional or work time. Due to our occupational lifestyle sometimes employee faces problems like obesity and many other psychological issues and some time they face many severe problems due to lack of professional safety employer face disease like cancer. When the management is not good at working place, they cause problems. In this study author argues that obesity is a very close link between occupational safeties, obesity is a burning issue and it is a very close link with working style. In the United States of America more than 15 lakh employer during his work, they were exposed to upper-limb vibration. Occupational period plays a vital role in this regard. Approximately 10 to 15 percent employer face Asthma it all because of her sitting in the polluted air of the industries where they sit. Musculoskeletal disorder are the structural damage of the body of worker due to his working condition there are many other problems that worker face due to his working condition sometimes this is very dangerous and worker lost his life due to his work conditions. Along with biological issues due to occupational conditions worker face many psychological problems.In this article “Risk of occupational cancer exposure to ionizing radiation: a retrospective cohort study of workers in France, the United Kingdom and the United States of America” author argues that during 1943 there were large-scale nuclear plans were developed in the United States. Due to these significant programs thousands of worker employed over the last seven decades. Due to the use of highly advanced technology in this field, many workers face severe issues during his job, because there were not enough safety steps taken by the authorities.ConclusionSafety and health problem is a severe issue that got attention from the authorities, but there are many cases due to his working condition worker face many serious injuries some time these injuries may be a miner, and sometimes these injuries are very dangerous due to that worker may face his life. In the United States of America, there were many steps taken that minimize the ratio of injuries, but it is not enough it is needed that more steps were taken to reduce these injuries.References Connor, T. H., Celano, P., Frame, J. N., & Zon, R. T. (2017). Summary of the Workshop on the Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs Cohosted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and the American Society of Clinical Oncology. Journal of oncology practice, 13(3), 199-205.Donham, K. J., & Thelin, A. 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