June 20, 2005 - Renewed February 10, 2006
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Florida Institute of Safety and Construction at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) agreed to establish an Alliance to promote safe and healthful working conditions for employees in the construction industry.
Implementation Team Members.
The Fort Lauderdale OSHA Area Office and Florida Institute of Safety and Construction at Florida Atlantic University (FAU)
Meetings - May 14, 2007 met with area director and Gene Oulette of FAU to discuss alliance and directions, July 17, 2008 discussed OSHA's participation in Contractor Licensing classes and promoting outreach to roofing and carpentry industry
Activity - January 26, 2008 AGC Safety Expo; April 11, 2008 Construction Association of South Florida Safety Conference, March 3 and August 22, 2008; Accredited Program for Construction Safety Graduations (101 graduates)
Training and Education
Outreach and Communication
Promoting the National Dialogue on Workplace Safety and Health
|Type of Activity (Conference, Training, Print and Electronic Distribution, etc.)||Number of Individuals Reached or Trained|
|Hurricane Fact Sheets and Quick Cards Distributed||
|Construction Safety & Health Expo||
|OSHA 10 hour construction & general industry and other safety & health courses||
|MAD 4 Roofing Packet||
|Contractor Licensing Course||
Report Prepared by: Vergie Y. Bain
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