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Title: Who's Entering Alliances
Type: Data Table
||Oil and Gas
|Faith-based and Community Organizations
||And many others...
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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