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 100 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 100 different companies throughout central Pennsylvania and Lehigh Valley.
July 19, 2006 thru July 19, 2007
August 16, 2006 - American Subcontractors Association - Joint planning meeting to establish training opportunities for the following year.
July 19, 2006 through July 19, 2007 - 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. Each issue includes a one page safety segment and over the course of the year discuss a wide range of topics from accident prevention to fire protection and prevention. These newsletters are available on the ASACP website: http://www.asacentralpa.com/. ASACP also sends each of the members an email message called, "Blueprint Weekly" to review current issues, including safety.
Promoting the National Dialogue on Workplace Safety and Health
The second year of the Alliance was primarily devoted to initially conducting training sessions and answering questions raised by member organizations during the American Subcontractor Association's 2006 and 2007 monthly meetings. Similar activities will occur during the third 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. Our efforts will continued be geared toward establishing relationships with inactive members and improving relationships with active members.
Type of Activity (Conference, Training, Print and Electronic Distribution, etc.)
Number of Individuals Reached or Trained
|Safety Awareness Roundtable||
|Personal Protective Equipment, Respiratory Protection||
|Accident Investigation and Root Causes||
|Safety and Health Programs||
|Note: Participant companies represent over||
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