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Slide 19

Slide 19


  • Title: Alliance Program Results: Training and Education Speakers and Exhibits
  • Content:
    • Alliance Program participants may request OSHA to provide speakers and exhibit booths
      • Extends OSHA's reach to industry and labor stakeholders
      • Provides opportunities for stakeholders to interact with OSHA staff
      • Allows OSHA and stakeholders to work together to determine where to devote resources
    • Alliances may request speakers or Alliance exhibit booths to:
      • Share subject matter expertise
      • Share OSHA perspective
      • Share accomplishments of the Alliance
      • Share information on other OSHA cooperative programs
      • Share information on OSHA compliance assistance resources
    • Advantages of working through an Alliance for these requests include
      • For OSHA:
        • Helps OSHA determine where the most impact will be when reaching an industry/constituency
        • Provides insight to OSHA regarding the hazards/issues of most import within an industry/constituency
      • For Alliance Participant:
        • Provides a centralized process for obtaining OSHA support at events rather than working through various local OSHA contacts
        • Allows for dialogue with OSHA to ensure the needs of the constituency are met
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