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ALLIANCE REPORT
LAMAR OUTDOOR ADVERTISING
January 25, 2008


  1. Alliance Background

    Date Signed: 03 February 2003
    Alliance Renewed: 28 January 2005

    Overview

    The purpose was to use their collective expertise to help foster a culture of prevention while sharing best practices and technical knowledge. Emphasis would be on reducing and preventing exposure to hazards found in outdoor advertising.

    Implementation Team Members

    Robert W. Kowalski
    USDOL/OSHA Bridgeport Area Office
    Leona May
    USDOL/OSHA Bridgeport Area Office
    Paul Macari
    Lamar Outdoor Advertising-Bridgeport Office

    Evaluation Period

    25 January 2006-05 December 2007

  2. Implementation Team Meetings

    27 October 2006
    04 May 2007
    31 August 2007

  3. Events and Products

    Training and Education

    • 03 March 2007 Fall Protection

    Outreach and Communication

    • Events: None

    Promoting the National Dialogue on Workplace Safety and Health

    • Events: None
    • Products: None
  4. Results

    [Discuss the impact of the Alliance activities and products during the reporting period.]
    [Using the table below, list each activity and the number of individuals reached or trained during the reporting period.]

    Number of Individuals Reached or Trained
    Fall Protection 25
    Total 25

    The individuals that have participated in this training have become more involved with Safety and Health Programs at their employers.

  5. Upcoming Milestones

    Additional training topics will be selected for those appropriate for the industry.
    Lamar signed a National Alliance on September 19, 2007.

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