Wyoming Department of Workforce Services
Connects employers with professional development opportunities to increase employee skill attainment.
Provides information, education, and data on the Wyoming Workforce, and handles all media inquiries and public records requests for the department.
Determines whether claimants are eligible for Social Security disability benefits.
Responsible for the Audit and Compliance functions of both the Unemployment Insurance and Workers’ Compensation programs.
Enforces all labor laws created for the protection of Wyoming workers.
Ensures that all of Wyoming’s businesses are safe places to work.
Collects, analyzes, and publishes timely and accurate labor market information (LMI) meeting established statistical standards.
Information about certifications, inspections, rules, and training related to the mining industry.
Assists employers with all unemployment insurance and tax concerns, and serves those who need and are eligible for unemployment insurance benefits.
Find information about reporting an injury in the workplace, getting disability benefits, and other related subjects.
Committed to helping people with disabilities establish and reach vocational goals that help them become productive working citizens.
Responsible for the employment and human services aspects of DWS.
Wyoming OSHA follows many of the Federal General Industry and Construction Industry Standards.
To view the Current, Proposed or Emergency Wyoming OSHA Standards you can visit and search the Secretary of State’s Rules Database.