The employees of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries unite to protect the state's more than 3 million workers. The agency inspects some 7,000 sites each year to protect employees from dangerous working conditions; it offers some 2,500 on-site consultations to help employers comply with health and safety rules. Labor and Industries also administers Washington's workers' compensation system, offering medical coverage to employees with work-related injuries or illnesses. Additionally, the department enforces laws related to child labor, workers' wages, and working conditions. The agency operates from about 20 offices and has an annual budget of about $630 million.