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NOTE The following is a sample Alliance work plan template. Work plans can be in any format that specifies the specific projects and timeframes for activities under an Alliance agreement. This sample template outlines the objectives and activities determined under the three primary strategies (Awareness of OSHA Initiatives, Outreach and Communication, and Training and Education) toward achieving the priority goals specified in the Alliance agreement. Only include objectives and activities for those strategies that apply to the particular Alliance.

Alliance signatories:

Alliance goal(s):

Work plan time frame. The work plan covers <insert date>. The work plan will be reviewed annually and may be revised at any time with the concurrence of all Alliance signatories.

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Raising Awareness of OSHA’s Rulemaking and Enforcement Initiatives
Objective Activity Type Activity Name/Summary* OSHA Areas of Emphasis Supported Responsible Person(s) Target Date/Status
           
           
Outreach and Communication
Objective Activity Type Activity Name/Summary* OSHA Areas of Emphasis Supported Responsible Person(s) Target Date/Status
           
           
Training and Education
Objective Activity Type Activity Name/Summary* OSHA Areas of Emphasis Supported Responsible Person(s) Target Date/Status
           
           

* When applicable, include a description of the data analyzed in determining to pursue this activity.

Key strategies (approach taken to achieve the goal) include:

  • Raising Awareness of OSHA’s Rulemaking and Enforcement Initiatives
  • Outreach and Communication
  • Training and Education

Objective (measurable step taken to achieve the strategy) may include:

  • Implementation of new practices to improve safety performance
  • Establishment of an approach for measuring industry safety performance and demonstrate steady improvement
  • Expose a greater number of members to the advantages of OSHA’s outreach and consulting programs

Activity Type (tools used in pursuing an objective associated with a strategy) include:

  • Alliance Product: Products (e.g., fact sheets, videos, toolbox talks) developed by Alliance participants as part of the Alliance. These are not OSHA products.
  • Dissemination: An Alliance participant sends OSHA information, Alliance products, or other safety and health information to its stakeholders. This includes information sent by email or social media (Facebook, Twitter), and information included in newsletters and other publications. It also includes hits on the Alliance participant’s or OSHA’s Web page.
  • Evaluation: Any efforts by the Alliance participant to evaluate the effectiveness of an Alliance activity or the Alliance as a whole.
  • Event: Participation in events such as the Construction Roundtable and NAOSH Week.
  • Exhibit: OSHA exhibits at events sponsored by the Alliance participant.
  • OSHA Product Review: Review of an OSHA product by an Alliance participant. For example, an Alliance participant may provide technical comments on an OSHA eTool or publication. The review itself is considered the Alliance activity.
  • Speech/Presentation: Speeches or presentation by OSHA staff at events sponsored by the Alliance participant.
  • Training: This includes best practice seminars or other training that Alliance participants provide for OSHA staff. It also includes training for workers/employers/others by Alliance participants.
  • Other: Use this if an activity does not fit into one of the other categories.

OSHA Areas of Emphasis include:

  • Agriculture
  • Asian American/Pacific Islander Workers
  • Construction
  • Ergonomics
  • Fall Prevention
  • Hazard Communication/Chemicals
  • Health Care
  • Heat Illness Prevention
  • Hispanic/Latino Workers
  • Maritime
  • Oil and Gas
  • Small Business
  • Temporary Workers
  • Transportation
  • Young Workers
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