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March 6, 2006

  1. Alliance Background

    Date Signed:

    This alliance was re-signed on April 15, 2005.

    Alliance Overview

    The alliance was formed to promote safe and healthful working conditions for immigrant workers in general and Hispanic/Latino workers in particular.

    Implementation Team Members

    Kimberly Stille
    Leslie Ptak
    Patrick Hickey
    Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice
  2. Implementation Team Meetings

    March 22, 2005     Met with Patrick Hickey, ICWJ Director, to discuss re-signing of the alliance

    April 15, 2005     Re-signed alliance

    July 19, 2005     Met with Patrick Hickey, ICWJ Director, to discuss direction of alliance

    October 8, 2005     Participated in the ICWJ's 3-year strategic planning session

    November 9, 2005     Participated in ICWJ's Training Committee planning

    December 6, 2005     Participated in ICWJ's Training Committee planning

  3. Activities and Products

  4. Results

    The Madison area office has continued to pursue a working relationship with the ICWJ, trying to get the word out to our mutual customers, immigrant workers in general and Hispanic/Latino workers in particular, about their workplace rights and safety and health matters. The amount of work that we have been able to accomplish has been mitigated by the ICWJ's continuing funding problems. However; we have made strides in establishing communications with them and taking part in their activities:

    May 6, 2005 - sent out 550 announcements to persons on the ICWJ mailing list announcing the re-signing of the alliance. A copy of an employee's workplace rights brochure, written in Spanish and English, was included in the mailing.

    August 29, 2005 - gave a presentation to the ICWJ client advocates (All About OSHA) and answered their questions regarding filing complaints with OSHA.

    November 12, 2005 - participated in a training session for ICWJ advocates, informing them of workers' OSHA rights. ICWJ Training Committee - As a result of attending their strategic planning session, we were able to join their training committee which meets regularly to set up training for ICWJ advocates, service providers to low income/working class persons and other pertinent persons on safety and health topics.

Report Prepared by: Leslie Ptak, Compliance Assistance Specialist

For more information, contact the Office of Outreach Services and Alliances at 202-693-2340 or go to www.osha.gov.

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