The hazards associated with the construction industry are well documented. These hazards increase in complexity in typical multi-story or large complex interior renovation type projects. The Structure Tone organization (STO) supports the efforts of OSHA towards the reduction and/or elimination of these hazards and recognizes the importance and value of leadership commitment in this regard. To facilitate OSHA's goal of reducing occupational-related fatalities and serious injuries in the construction industry, OSHA and STO agree to the joint implementation of this partnership.
The Structure Tone Organization and OSHA will work in partnership to accomplish three key goals:
Partnership goals will be achieved through strategies and objectives that include:
By mutual agreement, the partners decided it was best to terminate the partnership at the National level. Structure Tone Organization will contact the appropriate OSHA Regional Office to begin a dialogue on moving forward with new opportunities to partner on a local level.Back to Top
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