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The CMAA Alliance will provide the association's members with information and guidance to help them protect employees' health and safety, particularly in reducing and preventing exposure to construction industry hazards and increasing access to construction industry safety and health information and training resources. The goals of the Alliance include:

Training and education:
  • Develop safety and health programs and guidelines on the need for implementing safety and health programs and processes in the workplace.
  • Organize and provide the necessary resources for the presentation of OSHA's construction courses to CMAA members when OSHA and CMAA identify the need.
Outreach and communication:
  • Develop and disseminate guidance and information at conferences, events, and/or through print and electronic media, and links from the OSHA and CMAA web sites.
  • Speak, exhibit, or appear at conferences, local meetings, or other events.
  • Cross-train OSHA personnel and industry safety and health practitioners in construction management best practices and/or effective approaches.
  • Promote and encourage the CMAA members' participation in OSHA's cooperative programs.
Promoting the national dialogue on workplace safety and health:
  • Raise awareness through speeches and appearances by CMAA leaders of successful worksite programs and their commitment to workplace safety and health.
  • Convene or participate in forums and roundtable discussions on multi-employer worksite issues to help forge innovative solutions.
(L-R) Bruce D'Agostino, CMAA, OSHA's then-Assistant Secretary, John Henshaw, Ted Devens, CMAA, and Tom Quaranta, CMAA sign national Alliance October 3, 2002.

(L-R) Bruce D'Agostino, CMAA, OSHA's then-Assistant Secretary, John Henshaw, Ted Devens, CMAA, and Tom Quaranta, CMAA sign national Alliance October 3, 2002.

(L-R) Bruce D'Agostino, CMAA, OSHA's then-Assistant Secretary John Henshaw, Tom Quaranta, CMAA.

(L-R) Bruce D'Agostino, CMAA, OSHA's then-Assistant Secretary John Henshaw, Tom Quaranta, CMAA.

(L-R) Bruce D'Agostino, Executive Director, CMAA; OSHA's then-Assistant Secretary, John Henshaw and Ted Devens, CMAA, sign an Alliance renewal on July 28, 2004.

(L-R) Bruce D'Agostino, Executive Director, CMAA; OSHA's then-Assistant Secretary, John Henshaw and Ted Devens, CMAA, sign an Alliance renewal on July 28, 2004.

Related Documents

Alliance Agreements
Alliance Annual Reports
Alliance News Releases

Activities and Events

  • September 12-14, 2004: CMAA's 2004 National Conference and Trade Show, Hyatt Regency San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas.
    • OSHA had a tabletop display at the exhibit hall.
    • September 13, 2004: Ginger Henry, Safety and Occupational Health Specialist, USDOL-OSHA, made a presentation entitled "Safety is Everyone's Responsibility" during the annual meeting to over 120 attendees.
  • September 7-9, 2003: CMAA 2003 National Conference and Trade Show, Grand Hyatt at Washington Center, Washington, DC.
    • September 9, 2003: Grand Hyatt at Washington Center, Washington, DC, Noah Connell, Director, Office of Construction Standards and Guidance, USDOL-OSHA, gave an overview of the new Steel Erection Standard. The major aspects of the new standard were described, including the requirements for structural stability, fall protection, and controlling contractor responsibilities.
  • May 5-7, 2003: CMAA 2003 Spring Conference, Lifelong Learning for Leaders, Radisson Resort, Phoenix, Arizona.
  • November 9, 2002: Extending OSHA's Impact, Paula White, Director, Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs, USDOL-OSHA, described OSHA's cooperative programs, especially as they relate to the construction industry.

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