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Slide 26

Slide 26


Title: OSHA Strategic Partnerships

Type: Text Slide with image


  • 202 active partnerships
  • OSPP impacts over 5,000 employers and 575,000 employees
  • 10 National partnerships

[Includes image of the Partnership logo]

Speaker Notes:

Another OSHA cooperative program is our Strategic Partnership Program. If a company was interested in working collaboratively with OSHA, but not ready for VPP, they could consider a partnership, which involves groups of employers and employees partnering with OSHA to address particular safety and health issues or for a particular project.

National (Multi-Region):

Dept of the Army

  • Signed in October 2004.
  • Reduce civilian workforce fatalities, injuries, & illnesses at each participating Army installation by at least 3% per year.
  • Expand awareness of the value of effective safety and health management systems at participating sites
  • Reduce total case rates and severity rates related to musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs)
  • Share best practices and successes with other Army installations and similar worksites in other industries
  • Convey civilian workforce safety and health best practices and injury/illness reduction lessons learned to Army military personnel where appropriate.
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