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Slide 7


Title: Who's Entering Alliances

Type: Data Table


General Industry
  • Industrial Truck Association
  • Society of the Plastics Industry
  • American Apparel and Footwear Association
  • American Foundry Society
  • Coordinating Committee for Automotive Repair
  • National Wooden Pallet & Container Association
  • Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association
  • Graphic Arts Coalition
  • Construction Management Association of America
  • National Association of Home Builders
  • Construction Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Gilbane Building Company
  • ADSC: International Association of Foundation Drilling
  • Modular Building Institute
  • Sealant Waterproofing Restoration Institute
  • Washington Group Int'l
Professional Societies
  • Association of Occupational Health Professionals
  • Board of Certified Safety Professionals
  • National Hearing Conservation Association
  • Society for Chemical Hazard Communication
  • American Industrial Hygienists Association
  • American Society of Safety Engineers
  • Shipbuilders Council of America
  • US Coast Guard Marine Safety Office
  • American Shipbuilding Association
  • National Shipbuilding Research Program
Oil and Gas
  • American Petroleum Institute/National Fire Protection Association
  • Association of Energy Service Companies
  • Professional Landcare Network (PLANET)
  • Tree Care Industry Association
Faith-based and Community Organizations
  • Community Action for Social Affairs
  • NY State Alliance Boys and Girls Clubs
  • Center for Job Readiness
Labor Unions
  • The Roadway Work Zone Safety and Health Coalition (International Union of Operating Engineers, Laborers' International Union of North America)
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
And many others...
  • National Federation of Independent Business
  • IWLA, the Association for Logistics Outsourcing
  • Airline Alliance

Speaker Notes:

Who's Entering Alliances?

The Alliance Program is very active and growing rapidly. This slide is illustrative of the wide variety of groups OSHA is working with through National and Regional Alliances.

In some cases, organizations may be cooperating with OSHA for the first time. In others, they may be building on existing relationships with the Agency that were developed through other cooperative programs such as Strategic Partnerships, VPP, and Consultation.

Alliances are being formed with a variety of industry associations, professional societies. Some Alliances, such as the Reactive Alliance, include federal agency participation (U.S. EPA). The Roadway Work Zone Safety Coalition Alliance includes the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and two labor unions.

Thirteen professional societies have signed National Alliances and many local chapters have signed Regional Alliances.

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