Center for Business and Public Policy (CBPP)
McDonough School of Business Georgetown University
(signed April 10, 2003; concluded April 10, 2005)
The OSHA and CBPP Alliance focuses on encouraging the advancement of workplace safety and health as a topic for education in business schools' curricula and facilitating dialog on workplace safety and health issues. The Alliance's goals include:
Training and education
- Facilitating an active dialogue on safety and health issues by supporting an annual Workplace Safety Summit held at Georgetown University.
- Participating in the CBPP's ongoing Industry, Policy, and Safety Seminar Series.
- Encouraging the development of sound research by business and economic scholars to investigate the economic and ethical dimensions of workplace safety and health.
- Exploring opportunities for educating the current executive workforce in the business value and competitive advantage associated with excellence in safety and health.
Outreach and communication
- Participating in working group meetings that explore workplace safety and health and other policy issues and create networks of mutual interest.
- Agreement signed April 10, 2003.
Alliance Annual Reports
- Alliance Annual Report 2003-2004, Office of Outreach Services and Alliances.
- Alliance Annual Report 2004-2005, Office of Outreach Services and Alliances.
Alliance News Releases
- Georgetown University Center for Business and Public Policy Aligns with OSHA to Promote Worker Safety and Health. OSHA New Release, (2003, April 10).
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