I. Alliance Background
April 10, 2007
The purpose of this alliance is to provide PSHPC members and others with information, guidance, and
access to training resources that will help them protect employees' health and safety in a variety
of general industry and construction industry establishments in the Pubelo, Colorado area.
Implementation Team Members
George Flynn, Compliance Assistance Specialist (CAS), EAO
John Knocilja, President (PSHPC)
Karen Archuletta, Vice-President (PSHPC)
April 10, 2007 – April 10, 2008
II. Implementation Team Meetings
May 15, 2007 Implementation Team met in Pueblo. August 15, 2007 Implementation Team met in Pueblo.
March 11, 2008 Implementation Team met in Pueblo.
April 8, 2008 Implementation Team met in Pueblo.
III. Events and Products
Training and Education
Outreach and Communication
- (5/15/07) Crane Rigging Safety seminar (co-hosted by Pueblo Community College).
- (9/11/07) Respiratory Protection seminar (hosted by PSHPC)
- (11/6/07) Electrical seminar (co-sponsored by PSHPC)
- (3/11/08) OSHA Update for PSHPC members
- (4/8/08) Trench Safety Seminar (co-sponsored by PSHPC)
Promoting the National Dialogue on Workplace Safety and Health
- OSHA promoted Alliance and trainings via local eNewsletters
- PSHPC promoted Alliance, trainings and other OSHA initiatives via monthly meetings.
- Positive feedback among Pueblo area business representatives expressing appreciation for the
increased availability of local OSHA training opportunities.
- Increased cooperation/collaboration between Pueblo Safety and Health Promotion Council and
OSHA's other Alliance partners in the area, Rocky Mountain Steel Mills and Pueblo Community
- 210 individuals trained.
|Type of Activity (Conference, Training, Print
and Electronic Distribution, etc.)
||Number of Individuals Reached or Trained
|Rigging Seminar (co-sponsored with Pueblo Community College)
|Electrical Seminar (co-sponsored with Pueblo Community College)
|Trench Safety Seminar (co-sponsored with Pueblo Community
V. Upcoming Milestones
During the upcoming year of this Alliance, activities will be largely directed toward continuing to
deliver training aimed at protecting workers in Pueblo and surrounding areas. Specifically, 4
training sessions are planned, including, but not limited to the following topics:
PSHPC will continue to work jointly with the 3 other Alliance partners in the Region: Pueblo
Community College; Trinidad State Junior College and Six & Geving to deliver relevant trainings to
employers in the Colorado Springs/Pueblo/Trinidad areas.
- Safety and Health Program Improvement Seminar (8/12/08)
- Fall Protection Seminar (Fall 2008)
- OSHA Update (Spring 2009)