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January 23, 2012

  1. Alliance Background

    Since the last report the name of the organization has changed from Wisconsin Council on Safety to Wisconsin Safety Council to better align itself with it's national affiliation the National Safety Council.

    Date Signed

    This alliance was originally signed on August 28, 2005 and re-signed in August 2008. The signatories have decided not to extend the alliance, so this serves as the termination report.

    Alliance Overview

    • Develop training and education programs on health and safety issues to improve business awareness of OSHA regulations, safety and health management systems, and cooperative programs.
    • Deliver or arrange for the delivery of safety and health courses for employees and supervisors working in the various areas covered by this alliance.
    • Improve the safety and health performance of employers that receive outreach, training, or other assistance services (i.e., mentoring, on-site consultation, hazard identification).

    Implementation Team Members

    Kimberly Stille
    Area Director, Madison OSHA
    George Yoksas
    Area Director, Milwaukee OSHA
    Mark Hysell
    Area Director, Eau Claire OSHA
    Frank Winingham
    Area Director, Appleton OSHA
    Terry Moen
    Program Manager, On-Site Consultation
    Bryan Roessler
    Director, WSC
  2. Implementation Team Meetings

    The implementation team met on July 12, 2011, where it was decided that the alliance had run its course and a formal agreement between the signatories was not necessary.

  3. Activities and Products

    Evaluation Period

    This evaluation covers the period from November 19, 2010 to July 12, 2011.

    Alliance Activity

    Due to a change in leadership at the Wisconsin Safety Council many of its conferences and training programs were suspended in the reporting period. The result is that while the three signatories maintain a strong working relationship, the OSHA offices experienced a dramatic decline in their WSC-associated outreach for FY 11. We have met with the director and made a commitment to maintain the same levels of activity that we had before the change in FY 2012 and are already making plans to do so.

    Wisconsin Safety Council Annual Conference - May 16, 17 and 18, 2011 - All five compliance assistance specialists manned the booth at the conference and various OSHA staffers gave presentations on a variety of safety and health/OSHA policy and procedure topics.

  4. Results

    Type of Activity(Conference, Training, Print and Electronic Distribution, etc.)

    Number of Individuals Reached or Trained

    Total number of conference and training session participants




Report Prepared by: Leslie Ptak, Compliance Assistance Specialist

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