Osha The OSHA Alliance Program as of March 31, 2018 OSHAs Mission Assure so far as possible every working man and woman in the nation safe and healthful working conditions. Role of Compliance Assistance and Cooperative Programs Supporting Role of Compliance
Assistance and Agency Initiatives Cooperative PrograMS Supporting Enforcement Supporting Standard Setting OSHAs Cooperative Programs Alliance Program OSHA Strategic Partnership Program Voluntary Protection
Programs (VPP) OSHA Challenge On-site Consultation Program & Safety and Health Recognition Program The Alliance Program OSHAs Alliances: Established by OSHAs National, Regional, Area Offices Formed with a variety or organizations, including associations, unions, consulates, community and faith-based groups, and government agencies Support OSHAs key initiatives Develop and disseminate compliance assistance
information Educate workers and employers about their rights and responsibilities Do not exempt participants from OSHA inspections Alliance Program Agreements Agreements follow a standard template Initial agreements are for two years Renewals can be up to five years Other Requirements Participants must develop a work plan Annual reports are required and posted on
the Alliance Web page Some form of worker involvement is generally required Worker Involvement Worker involvement requirement can be met in several ways: Union, labor, worker advocacy group signatory Worker involvement in implementation team Contact OSHAs Office of Outreach Services and Alliances for other ways Alliance Program Goals
Raising awareness: outreach and communication Training and education Evaluate effectiveness # Active Alliances OSHA Alliances by Fiscal Year (as of June 30, 2018) 500 Total 432
Regional/Area Office Alliances by Fiscal Year 242 250 200 175 150 106 100 50
3769 67 67 69 65 65 52 41
37 36 34 34 29 30 31 35
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
2018 12 9 3 0 2002 2003 2004 2005
2006 2007 2008 2009 Fiscal Year Whos Entering Alliances? Types of Participants Associations Professional Societies Labor Unions
Consulates Community Organizations Other Non-Traditional Non-Profits Educational Institutions Individual Companies Government Agencies (only if joined with non-governmental organizations) Industries Covered
Construction Health Care Manufacturing Maritime Landscaping Oil and Gas Window Washing Temporary Workers Many others Alliances by Signatory Type
Alliances by focus area Alliance Program Results Outreach/dissemination to workers and employers Support for OSHAs key initiatives Development and dissemination of products and resources Training OSHA staff and others Alliance Program Results: Outreach and Dissemination Reaching New Audiences OSHA presentations and exhibit booths
Dissemination of safety and health information to Alliance stakeholders, including small businesses and vulnerable workers Alliance Program Results: Support for Key OSHA Initiatives Safe + Sound Campaign Falls in Construction Campaign Temporary Worker Initiative
Heat Initiative Oil and Gas Extraction Alliance Program Results: Products and Resources Alliance Program Results Screen captures of field manual developed through the OSHA and Sealant, Waterproofing & Restoration Institute Alliance Alliance Program Results: Training and Education Develop Safety and Health Training for Alliance
Program Results: Training Industry Use and Educatiopn Deliver Training Sessions to Workers Webinars Alliance Program Results: Training and Education Best Practices Seminars for OSHA Staff
Mobile Cranes Digger Derricks Mast Climbing Work Platforms Industrial Trucks Alliance Program Roundtables Comprised of organizations with a common interest in topics and issues Provide participants with the opportunity to: Share specific topic-related information about Alliance-related activities and successes Network with others in the Program
Develop compliance assistance tools and resources Roundtable topics have included: Construction Hazard Communication/GHS Small Business Alliance Program Web Page Screen Capture of OSHAs Alliance Program Web Page OSHA www.osha.gov
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