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(signed April 10, 2003; concluded April 10, 2005)
OSHA's then-Assistant Secretary, John Henshaw and John Mayo, Dean, McDonough School of Business shake hands after signing a national Alliance on April 10, 2003.
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.
Alliance Annual Reports
Alliance News Releases
- February 13, 2004: Workplace Safety Mini Conference, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, "Occupational Safety and Health from a Regulatory Perspective,"
[PPT* - 278 KB], Frank Frodyma, Director, Directorate of Evaluation and Analysis, USDOL-OSHA, gave a presentation on OSHA's perspective of workplace safety and health.
- November 14, 2003: Workplace Safety and Health: Corporate Perspectives, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
- October 3, 2003: Workplace Safety and Health: What We Know, What We Think, and What We Wish We Knew, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
Accessibility Assistance: Contact the OSHA Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs at 202-693-2200 for assistance accessing PPT materials.
*These files are provided for downloading.