laj acc presentation 5 12 04

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Published on January 10, 2008

Author: Hillary

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Slide1:  The Alliance Program Atlantic Coast Construction May 12, 2004 Sheraton Premiere Vienna, Virginia Lee Anne Jillings Director, Office of Outreach Services and Alliances Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs Occupational Safety and Health Administration Slide2:  OSHA Strategic Management Plan 2003- 2008 By 2008, reduce fatality rates 15% and injury/illness rates 20% through: Goal 1 – Reduce occupational hazards through direct intervention Goal 2 – Promote safety and health culture through compliance assistance, cooperative programs, and strong leadership Goal 3 – Strengthen agency capabilities and infrastructure Slide3:  Goal 2: Compliance Assistance, Cooperative Programs & Leadership Promote a safety and health culture through compliance assistance, cooperative programs and strong leadership. Strategy 2-1: Improve OSHA’s ability to capture opportunities where compliance assistance, leadership, outreach, and cooperative programs will maximize impact. Strategy 2-2: Promote a safety and health culture throughout America’s worksites. Strategy 2-3: Improve the effectiveness of OSHA’s approaches for promoting safety and health. Slide4:  OSHA’s Cooperative Programs Alliance Program Voluntary Protection Programs Strategic Partnership Program Consultation Program - Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program Slide5:  OSHA’s Alliance Program Established March 2002 Broadly Written Agreements Established at OSHA’s National, Regional, Area Offices or by State Plan States Formed with trade associations, businesses, educational institutions, government agencies, unions 56 National Alliances as of March 31, 2004 124 Regional and Area Office Alliances as of March 31, 2004 CI-ASCE Alliance Signing Slide7:  Benefits of an Alliance Build a cooperative and trusting relationship with OSHA Network with other organizations committed to workplace safety and health Leverage resources to maximize worker protection Gain recognition as proactive leaders in safety and health. IEC Alliance Signing Slide8:  OSHA’s Alliance Program Goals focus on: - Training and Education - Outreach and Communication - Promoting the National Dialogue Customized Implementation Teams Two-years, Renewable Quarterly Update Meetings or Conference Calls Annual Report CCAR Alliance Signing Slide9:  Who’s Entering Alliances? Slide10:  National Alliances Focusing on Strategic Management Areas of Emphasis (as of 03/31/04) Slide11:  Screen Capture of Alliance Program Web page Slide12:  National Construction Alliances Signed Air Conditioning Contractors of America (Signed 5/8/03) Construction Institute – American Society of Civil Engineers (Signed 11/3/03) Construction Management Association of America (Signed 10/3/02) Independent Electrical Contractors (Signed 8/30/02, Renewed 4/5/04) International Safety Equipment Association (Signed 9/9/03) National Association of Home Builders (Signed 5/08/03) National Electrical Contractors Association (Signed 8/12/03) Roadway Workzone Safety and Health Coalition (Signed 11/18/03) Sealant Waterproofing Restoration Institute (Signed 2/20/03) Washington Group International (Signed 12/12/02, Renewed 12/19/03) Slide13:  National Construction Alliances (Cont.) Under Development Associated General Contractors of America Belfor USA Carolinas Associated General Contractors, Inc. Clark Construction Consumer Users Round Table Crane Manufacturers Association Gilbane Constructors, Inc. Hanley-Wood LLC Modular Building Institute National Center for Construction Education and Research National Utility Contractors Association Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association Slide14:  National Alliances Signed Airline Industry Alliance The Dow Chemical Company Independent Electrical Contractors Washington Group International Recent/Upcoming American Concrete Pipe Association Industrial Truck Association Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association Reactives Alliance National Wooden Pallet and Container Association/National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Screen Capture of CI-ASCE Alliance Web page Slide15:  National Alliances Signed Airline Industry Alliance The Dow Chemical Company Independent Electrical Contractors Washington Group International Recent/Upcoming American Concrete Pipe Association Industrial Truck Association Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association Reactives Alliance National Wooden Pallet and Container Association/National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Screen Capture of CI-ASCE Alliance Web page (cont.) Slide16:  Products Developed Through Alliance Program Independent Electrical Contractors Alliance - Signed November 12, 2002 and renewed on April 5, 2004 The IEC Alliance addresses reducing and preventing electrical contractors employees’ exposure to falls, rear-end auto collisions and material-handling hazards by providing the IEC membership with information and guidance and increasing their access to training resources. Slide17:  Products Developed Through Alliance Program (cont.) Independent Electrical Contractors Examples of Electronic Assistance Tools developed through the OSHA IEC Alliance that increase access to training resources The Independent Electrical Contractors Safety-Related Links page. http://www.ieci.org/default.asp?PID=275 Ergonomics eTool: Solutions for Electrical Contractors. OSHA eTool http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/electricalcontractors/index.html OSHA Assistance for the Electrical Industry. OSHA Safety and Health Topic Page http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/electrical/index.html Slide18:  National Alliances Signed Airline Industry Alliance The Dow Chemical Company Independent Electrical Contractors Washington Group International Recent/Upcoming American Concrete Pipe Association Industrial Truck Association Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association Reactives Alliance National Wooden Pallet and Container Association/National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Screen Capture of Electrical Contractors Industry Safety and Health Topics page Slide19:  Screen Capture of Electrical Contractors Industry Safety and Health Topics page Slide20:  Screen Capture of Ergonomics eTool for Electrical Contractors Slide21:  Products Developed Through Alliance Program (cont.) Washington Group International Alliance Signed December 12, 2002 and renewed on December 19, 2003 The Alliance emphasizes outreach to construction industry contractors who might benefit from mentoring or guidance in developing, implementing, or improving safety and health programs. Slide22:  Programs Developed Through Alliance Program (cont.) Examples of outreach activities developed and implemented through the OSHA-Washington Group International Alliance OSHA 10 Hour Course for Construction and Safety Qualified Supervisor Training Associated Safety Professional/Certified Safety Professional Preparation Class, OSHA Boise Area Office, Boise, ID Economics of Safety, King County Washington Safety Summit: September 10, 2003, Seattle, Washington OSHA’s 2nd Annual Compliance Assistance Workshop: June 10-11, 2003, Vienna, Virginia Chicago Construction Safety Council: February, 2003, Chicago, Illinois AGC Steel Erection training: September 25-26, 2003, Boise, ID Slide23:  Looking Ahead: The Future of the Alliance Program The Alliance Program Continues to Grow Building positive relationships among industry, OSHA and government agencies Developing, facilitating and expanding distribution of compliance assistance resources Increasing exposure, communication and outreach through print and electronic media; speeches and presentations Slide24:  www.osha.gov Lee Anne Jillings [email protected] T: (202) 693-2340

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