July 1, 2004
Cooperative initiative to assist the American Subcontractors Association of Central Pennsylvania (ASACP) with information and out reach assistance in a effort become fully compliant with OSHA Standards and Regulations applicable to the construction trade. The ASACP is comprised of 133 different companies expressing a desire to stay up-to-date with OSHA regulations, safety training, professional and business development through varied educational seminars and programs, monthly membership meetings and professional advice from our retained consultants.Implementation Team Members
Harrisburg Area Office: OSHA Members:
Allentown Area Office: OSHA Members:
American Subcontractors Association of Central Pennsylvania:
ASACP membership is comprised of 133 different companies throughout south central Pennsylvania.
July 1, 2004 thru July 1, 2005
August 19, 2004 - American Subcontractors Association - Joint planning meeting to establish training opportunities for the following year. This meeting also served as a kick off meeting for the Alliance.
August 2004 through July 2005 - Numerous contacts to establish training and meeting objectives.
Training and Education
No products were developed or planned as part of this Alliance.
Outreach and Communication
The ASACP prepares and distributes a monthly newsletter, "The Blueprint" which is sent out to members of the ASACP and to professional businesses associated with the building trade.
Promoting the National Dialogue on Workplace Safety and Health
The first year of the Alliance was primarily devoted to initial planning activities and providing support and speakers for the American Subcontractor Association's 2004 and 2005 monthly meetings. Similar activities will occur during the second year of the Alliance, however, we will also try to establish an effective means for providing training more in line with the types of injuries being experienced within this chapters trades. There is frequent distrust of OSHA and the Federal government amongst small employers and our initial efforts will be geared toward alleviating those fears and establishing effective communications.
|Type of Activity (Conference, Training, Print and Electronic Distribution, etc.)||Number of Individuals Reached or Trained|
|Safety Pays speech||18|
|Focused Inspections speech||20|
|OSHA 500 Course, 30 Hour training||8|
|OSHA Inspections speech||50|
|Respiratory protection speech||10|
|First Aid and CPR Training||105|
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