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  1. Alliance Background
  2. Date Signed: December 2, 2008 at the St. Louis Area Office.

    Alliance Overview

    The Alliance focuses on minimizing the impact of pandemic incidences central to the OSHA-SLAO and PANDEMICPREP.ORG missions.

    OSHA and the IUOE, Local 571 will work together to achieve the following training and education goals:

    Implementation Team Members

    Harlan Dolgin, CO-Chairperson, PandemicPrep.Org
    Brandon Dempsey, Secretary, PandemicPrep.Org
    David Reddick, Treasurer, PandemicPrep.Org
    Larry Davidson, Compliance Assistance Specialist, OSHA-St. Louis Area Office

  3. Implementation Team Meetings
  4. Not applicable. The members continued in sync as they worked on goals from the previous year.

  5. Activities and Products
  6. Evaluation Period

    12 Months -- December 2, 2009 -- December 1, 2010

    Alliance Activity

    • January 27 planning meeting for community outreach and bi-monthly programs.
    • March 29 planning meeting of public communications and a community survey of responses to the last influenza pandemic.
    • April 28 meeting for program review and future plans.
    • May through September, weekly planning meetings for the October Government employee seminar. 

    Alliance Products

    • October 13, 2010 Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Seminar—Robert A. Young Federal Bldg.

  7. Results
  8. A. The pandemic preparation information provided continued to help the general public at large to be more prepared to reduce incidences during future influenza pandemics.

    B. Using the table below, list each activity and the number of individuals reached or trained during the reporting period.

    Type of Activity
    (Conference, Training, Print and Electronic Distribution, etc.)

    Number of Individuals Reached or Trained



    Internet Information


    Pandemic Training (10/13/10 seminar)




  9. Upcoming Milestones
  10. Through the Alliance, the parties will continue pursuing the reduction of incidences during influenza pandemics. Additional emphasis will still be placed on helping federal workers to be better prepared for a pandemic influenza. The current alliance agreement was scheduled to end on December 2, 2010; however, the parties have agreed to renew the agreement and the agreement has been drafted. The renewal agreement continues to be in draft; and as a result, the current alliance is closed.

    Report Prepared by: Larry Davidson, St. Louis Area Office 314-425-4249.

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