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ALLIANCE ANNUAL REPORT
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
and
Altec, Inc.
October 2018


  1. Alliance Background

    1. Date Signed

      November 22, 2005

    2. Dates Renewed

      December 18, 2007
      June 14, 2012
      December 1, 2015

    3. Evaluation Period

      FY 2018: October 1, 2017 – September 30, 2018

    4. Alliance Overview and Goals

      Through the alliance, OSHA and Altec work together to provide information and access to training resources to help protect employees' health and safety, including non-English or limited English speaking workers. The Alliance continues to address the safe operation of cranes, digger derricks, and insulated and non-insulated aerial devices, including tree care devices, and focuses on equipment hazards such as falls and electrocutions.

  2. Implementation Team Meetings

    • March 9, 2018

    In addition to these formal meetings, the Alliance coordinators from both groups maintained regular contact throughout the reporting period to monitor the Alliance's progress and results.

  3. Results of Alliance Activities in Support of Agreement Goals

    Dissemination: Alliance Program participant shared information on agency-developed or OSHA Alliance Program-developed tools and resources, OSHA standards/rulemakings, enforcement, and outreach campaigns.

    Dissemination Type Date Description Emphasis Areas Number Reached
    Webpage10/1/17- 9/30/18Alliance Webpage-OSHA Website  226
    Webpage10/1/17 - 9/30/18Altec Safety Resources webpage linking to various items developed by OSHA and through the OSHA-Altec AllianceConstruction, Fall Prevention, Heat Illness Prevention, Safety & Health Programs1,958
    Webpage10/1/17 - 9/30/18Altec webpage linking to OSHA-Altec Alliance Products Agriculture, Construction, Fall Prevention, Walking-Working Surfaces268
    Webpage10/1/17 - 9/30/18Views of Cribbing & Blocking Instruction Alliance product on Altec webpage Construction1
    Webpage10/1/17 - 9/30/18Visits to Cribbing & Blocking Instruction Alliance product (Spanish translation) on Altec webpage Construction7
    Webpage10/1/17 - 9/30/18Visits to six additional OSHA/Altec Alliance-developed products on Altec webpage:
    • Aerial Devices - Vehicle-Mounted Elevating & Rotating Work Platforms
    • Aerial Equipment - Electrical Hazards
    • Chipper Safety
    • Crane Assembly & Disassembly Around Power Lines Flowchart (29 CFR 1926.1407)
    • Crane Operation Around Power Lines Flowchart (29 CFR 1926.1408)
    • Operator Training for Aerial Equipment
    Agriculture, Construction, Fall Prevention, Walking-Working SurfacesWeb hits not available for PDFs.
    Webpage10/1/17 - 9/30/18Altec webpage linking to OSHA QuickCards Agriculture, Construction, Fall Prevention, Walking-Working Surfaces288
    Print Publication10/1/17 - 9/30/18Distribution of Cribbing & Blocking Instruction Alliance product at Altec Sentry classesConstruction450
    Print Publication10/1/17 - 9/30/18Distribution of Crane Assembly & Disassembly Around Power Lines Flowchart (29 CFR 1926.1407) Alliance product at Altec Sentry classesConstruction450
    Print Publication10/1/17 - 9/30/18Distribution of Crane Operation Around Power Lines Flowchart (29 CFR 1926.1408) Alliance product at Altec Sentry classesConstruction, 450
    Print Publication10/1/17 - 9/30/18Distribution of Aerial Equipment Electrical Hazards Alliance product at Altec Sentry classesConstruction, Fall Prevention350
    Print Publication10/1/17 - 9/30/18Distribution of Operator Training for Aerial Equipment Alliance product at Altec Sentry classesConstruction, Fall Prevention, Walking-Working Surfaces350
    Print Publication10/1/17 - 9/30/18Distribution of OSHA Heat Stress QuickCard at Altec Sentry classes.Heat Illness Prevention300
     
    TOTAL ≥ 5,098

    Outreach Events and Training for non-OSHA Staff: Alliance Program participant or OSHA participation in events which includes speeches/presentations, exhibits, roundtables, conferences, informational webinars or other meetings or training in support of the Alliance or an OSHA initiative.

    Activity Type Date Event Name Participant Name(s) and Affiliation(s) Title Of Presentation (if applicable) City State Emphasis Areas Number Reached
    Speech / Presentation10/2/17iP Utility Safety Conference & ExpoJosh Chard, AltecMobile Equipment Regulatory UpdateLouisvilleKYConstruction1,000
    Exhibit10/3/17 - 10/5/17International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition(multiple Altec Sentry Trainers)N/ALouisvilleKYConstruction17,000
    Speech / Presentation8/1/18Altec Annual Safety ConferenceElizabeth Freeman, OSHA Region 4- Savannah Area OfficeOSHA UpdateSavannahGAConstruction50
     
    TOTAL 18,050

    Training for OSHA Staff: Alliance Program participant provided training or assistance in training OSHA and OSHA-affiliated staff (including state plan and/or On-site Consultation Program representatives).

    Training Type Date Name/Title of Trainer Training Title Audience: OSHA, State Plan, Onsite Consultation City State Emphasis Areas Number Reached
    Seminar10/31/17Bill Jordan, Sentry TrainerInsulating Aerial DevicesArizona OSHA (ADOSH)PhoenixAZConstruction11
    Seminar11/1/17Bill Jordan , Sentry TrainerInsulating Aerial DevicesArizona OSHA (ADOSH)PhoenixAZConstruction13
    Seminar3/13-14/18Phil Doud, Sentry TrainerMobile CraneOregon OSHATigardORConstruction13
    Seminar3/14-15/18Phil Doud, Sentry TrainerMobile CraneOregon OSHATigardORConstruction12
    Seminar6/26- 27/18Phil Doud, Sentry TrainerMobile CraneOSHA/State PlanHumbleTXConstruction10
     
    TOTAL 59

Report prepared by: Christina Morgan, Safety & Occupational Health Specialist, Office of Outreach Services and Alliances, October 2018.

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