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Slide 9


  • Title: Who's Entering Alliances?
  • Content:
    • Types of Participants
      • Associations
      • Professional Societies
      • Labor Unions
      • Consulates
      • Community Organizations
      • Other Non-Traditional Non-Profits
      • Educational Institutions
      • Individual Companies
      • Government Agencies (only if joined with non-governmental organizations)
    • Industries Covered
      • General Industry
      • Construction
      • Health Care
      • Maritime
      • Landscaping
      • Oil and Gas
      • Window Washing
      • Temporary Workers
      • Many others

    OSHA enters into Alliances with a variety of organizations, including industry associations, professional societies, labor unions, consulates, community and faith-based groups, and other non-traditional non-profit groups.

    The Alliances cover a variety of industries, including general industry, construction, maritime, and health care.

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