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The Center for Cyber Security Studies Project
Partnership Agreement


  1. Purpose/Scope

    The Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (hereafter referred to as "OSHA") and Turner Construction Company, have agreed to implement an OSHA Strategic Partnership (hereafter referred to as "Partnership") during construction of The Center for Cyber Security Studies (hereafter referred to as "Cyber Project"). Common objectives and goals of the Partnership include the following: to reduce injuries and illnesses; to continue to increase safety and health training; to ensure effective health monitoring is conducted; and, to increase the number of employers with safety and health management systems. This Partnership is consistent with OSHA's long-range efforts to develop a contractor/government partnership approach to safety management. It allows for better use of OSHA resources and innovation in safety management and encourages more participation in the safety process from the construction community.

    To facilitate the goal of reducing occupational-related fatalities and serious injuries within the construction industry, OSHA and Turner Construction establish this Partnership. By combining their efforts, skills, knowledge and resources, OSHA and Turner Construction expect to reduce exposure to hazards and thereby decrease the possibility of serious injuries and fatalities at the Cyber Project.

    The scope of the Partnership consists of all of Turner Construction work being performed at 640 McNair Road, Annapolis, MD, for the construction of The Center for Cyber Security Studies at the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA). The facility will include classrooms, teaching and research laboratories, lecture halls, offices, multi-purpose space, an observatory, loading dock, and research and testing tank in support of the engineering and weapons labs. The 5 story steel frame building will be constructed on 390 piles to a depth of 140'. The building will be wrapped with precast and have a pool that will extend 11' below the water table 16' overall.

    This Partnership will not relieve any trade contractors from or lessen their safety responsibilities nor change any contractual obligations between Turner Construction, Cyber Project Owner/Developer, or trade contractors, nor does it lessen any/all affirmative defenses, legal rights or due process afforded with respect to OSHA enforcement action.

  2. Identification of Partners

    The following organizations are considered Partners:

    • OSHA Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office
    • Turner Construction

    The following organizations pledge to support the Partnership:

    • Navy Facility's Command (NAVFAC)
  3. Partnership Goals, Strategies, Measures

    The primary objective of this Partnership is to create a working relationship that focuses on preventing work-related fatalities, controlling or eliminating serious workplace hazards, and establishing a foundation for the development of an effective safety and health programs. Safety and health at the site will be administered through the implementation of the Cyber Project specific Site Environmental, Health and Safety Program, which will be followed by participating contractors. (Attachment 1).

    The strategies employed by the Partnership to achieve these results will include the following:

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    Goal Strategy Measures/Products
    1. Reduce the total number of injuries and illnesses by 5 percent annually, thereby providing a safe and healthy work environment for employees at the Cyber Project.
    1. Review the OSHA 300 data of all Cyber Project contractors.
    2. Calculate The Cyber Project's Days Away Restricted Transferred Rate (DART) and Total Recordable Cases (TRC) rates.
    3. Partners will meet quarterly to review injury and illness statistics and work together to resolve workplace safety and health issues and reduce injury and illnesses.
    1. This goal will be measured by establishing DART and TRC rates for the Partnership.
    2. Baseline rates are established from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for construction, which are 3.2 for the DART and 1.9 for the TRC.
    3. Compare the Cyber Project data with the established baseline rates for the Partnership.
    2. Effectively control workplace hazards by increasing the number of construction companies with safety and health management systems.
    1. Encourage the implementation of comprehensive safety and health management systems and the increase in the number of contractors that establish effective safety and health management systems.
    1. Compare the number of contractors that develop and implement effective safety and health management systems as a result of participating in the Partnership, with the baseline for the Partnership. The baseline will be established during the initial year of the Partnership.
    3. Conduct effective safety inspections, training, technical assistance, and consultation activities in areas where employees might be exposed to hazards. The overall outcome of this goal should be the reduced exposure of workers to hazards, as well as a reduced injury and illness rate.
    1. Turner Construction will use a tracking tool to document all safety inspections, the number of hazards corrected, and training conducted for workers during the Project.
    A comparison will be made after establishing baseline data during the first year for the following categories. The Partners will meet quarterly to review:
    1. The number of safety inspections performed, the number of hazards identified and corrected,
    2. The number of training sessions conducted and the number of training hours provided for workers and supervisors/managers
    4. Develop a working relationship to maintain a continuing dialogue that supports various OSHA Safety and health campaigns/initiatives.
    1. Turner Construction and all on-site participating contractors will hold a National stand-down to prevent falls in construction event annually until the project is completed. Turner Construction and all participating contractors will print and display OSHA's National safety stand-down poster in locations where employees are working and inside their on-site trailers.
    2. Turner Construction will present, and all participating contractors will conduct weekly toolbox talks including those associated with Region III's Focus Four Campaign.
    3. Turner Construction will participate in the Building L.I.F.E. program which seeks to optimize human performance and address risk through: daily observation and feedback; incorporating systems for planning, evaluation and incident analysis including Prevention through Design; and facilitating culture change through surveys, recognition cards, huddles and other activities.
    All data below will be provided to OSHA during the quarterly meetings.
    1. Turner Construction, along with participating contractors will use OSHA's "Join the National Safety Stand-Down" webpage to sign-up for the event, provide information about their stand down activity and complete the survey. In addition, Turner Construction, along with their contractors will provide the Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office the number of employees that attended.
    2. Turner Construction will provide the Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office with the number of workers trained in each week's toolbox talk that is associated with the Region III Focus Four Campaign.
    3. Turner Construction will report on successes and best practices achieved through their implementation of the Building L.I.F.E. program.
  4. On-Site Non-Enforcement Verification

    On-Site Non-Enforcement Verification: OSHA will conduct the initial on-site non-enforcement verification within 60 days after the Partnership signing. During this period, participating contractors should develop and implement the safety and health management systems required under this Partnership. After this period, OSHA will conduct annual on-site non-enforcement verifications. The Compliance Assistance Specialist or staff that is familiar with the Partnership will conduct the verification.

    OSHA personnel will continue to conduct investigations and inspections in any event or circumstance that may warrant the opening of an OSHA inspection, pursuant to the policy set forth in the Field Operations Manual (FOM). These may include but are not limited to formal complaints, referrals, fatalities, catastrophes, or other accidents or significant events. OSHA will also investigate contractors whose employees are exposed to or are creating plain view hazards at the Cyber Project. OSHA reserves the right to issue citations and penalties for violations including but not limited to regulatory violations for which mandatory penalties are established.

    Complaint/Referral Investigations: This Partnership provides for the immediate response to each allegation of a safety or health hazard brought to its attention by any person. Upon a finding that an allegation is valid, the participating contractor shall promptly abate the hazard.

    OSHA agrees that a copy of each non-formal complaint related to the work at the site and filed with OSHA will be forwarded by fax or mail to The Cyber Project site office and applicable contractor. In accordance with applicable law, the identity of a complainant will be kept confidential and will not be revealed. Turner Construction agrees to investigate these complaints regardless of the contractor involved and provide OSHA with a written response within 5 working days of receiving the non-formal complaint/referral.

    Accident Investigations: Employers participating in this Partnership recognize that they must report all serious accidents to OSHA, including fatalities within 8 hours, and in-patient hospitalization, amputations, loss of an eye or other serious injury within 24 hours. OSHA fully investigates all accidents involving a fatality and reserves the right to investigate other serious injury reports as defined above. If during the course of the investigation OSHA determines that a fatality resulted from violations of OSHA standards, the Partnership may be terminated.

  5. Statement of Agreement

    OSHA agrees to:

    1. Evaluate Turner Construction Cyber Accident Prevention Plan (Attachment 1) prior to and during the OSHA on-site non-enforcement verification inspections using Appendix C (or equivalent) and to determine whether effective safety and health management systems are in place.
    2. Designate an OSHA Compliance Assistance Specialist (CAS) to serve as a resource and liaison person for the Partnership.
    3. To conduct an on-site non-enforcement verification within 60 days after of the signing of the Partnership, and annually thereafter.
    4. Attend Quarterly meetings with the project Safety Leadership Team to review any safety and health concerns on the project and plan any training or outreach events, as resources permit.
    5. Meet with Turner Construction quarterly to review Cyber Project safety performance. Safety performance will be evaluated through review of trade contractors' OSHA 300 logs for the Cyber Project, related accident reports, self-inspection data, training information and any campaign/outreach information addressed in Goal #4.
    6. Provide timely responses to requests for information and clarification of OSHA standards.
    7. Provide information on OSHA training resources.
    8. Support the implementation of Safety and Health Management Systems, including the four main elements of Management Commitment/Employee Involvement, hazard identification, hazard correction/control and employee training.

    Turner Construction agrees to:

    1. Provide a dedicated Site Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Manager to serve as a safety resource and liaison person for the Partnership and to assist trade contractors with safety issues and concerns.
    2. Provide notice to all trade contractors that The Cyber Project is subject to this Partnership and include the Partnership Fact Sheet (Appendix A) in the Cyber Project New Employee Safety Orientation.
    3. Develop and implement the Cyber Project Site EHS Plan (Attachment 1).
    4. Evaluate each trade contractor's site-specific health and safety plans, prior to their work commencing on site. Further review at the pre-construction meeting for each trade.
    5. Notify the OSHA Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office of trade contractors that have completed Turner Construction Safety Evaluation and have pledged both support and cooperation to the Partnership (Appendix B).
    6. Offer trade contractors safety and health information (i.e., toolbox safety meetings) especially on the focused four construction hazards (Falls; Caught-In or Between; Struck-By and Electrocutions).
    7. Encourage and promote the use of the Maryland On-Site Consultation Program (http://www.dllr.state.md.us/labor/mosh/volc.shtml), including sharing provided brochures, to small and medium sized contractors that operate at the site. Consultation is a free, confidential service that can assist small employers with hazard identification and control, and implementation of effective safety and health management systems. More information on this free confidential, voluntary service is available at https://www.osha.gov/dcsp/smallbusiness/consult.html.
    8. Maintain Cyber Project Safety Performance Report. Turner Construction will produce an OSHA 300 log that includes all trade contractor recordable injuries that occurred on the Cyber Project. Turner Construction will require that all contractors' injuries at the site be reported to the Turner Construction EHS representative within 24 hours.
    9. Meet with OSHA quarterly to review the safety performance of Turner Construction and trade contractors and provide feedback on noted incident trends or patterns. This includes related accident reports, self-inspection data, training information and any campaign/outreach information addressed in Goal #4. This collection of data will be posted throughout the project for all the trades to see.
    10. Coordinate safety related matters that pertain to site general conditions such as hazard communications, emergency response, installation and maintenance of building perimeter guardrail systems and housekeeping.
    11. Enforce a six-foot fall protection policy with all trade contractors.
    12. During Safety Week 2018 Turner Construction will work directly with OSHA to have an outreach event.
    13. Conduct at least one Building L.I.F.E. (Living Injury Free Everyday) education program with all the trade contractors' representatives annually.
    14. For any new OSHA standards, Turner Construction will conduct Lunch and Learn at least on a quarterly basis.
    15. Hold monthly Project Safety Leadership (Safety Committee) meeting with representatives from the trades.
    16. Commit to implementing a Safety and Health Management System at this Partnership site as detailed in Appendix C.
    17. Support the implementation of Safety and Health Management Systems, including the four main elements of management commitment/employee involvement, hazard identification, hazard correction/control and employee training.
  6. Worker and Employer Rights – Employee Involvement

    This Partnership does not preclude employees and/or employers from exercising any right provided under the OSH Act (or, for federal employees, 29 CFR 1960), nor does it abrogate any responsibility to comply with rules and regulations adopted pursuant to the OSH Act. This Partnership recognizes employees bring valuable skills and perspective to the implementation of an effective site safety and health system. Employees on site will be encouraged and given opportunities to be involved in the site safety and health management system. Employee involvement will include, but are not limited to, participation in self-audits, site inspections, job hazard analysis, safety and health management system reviews, safety training and accident/near miss reporting. Employee involvement will be included in the Safety and Health Management System Evaluation (Appendix C).

  7. Safety and Health Management Systems

    OSHA and Turner Construction support the implementation of Safety and Health Management Systems, including the four main elements of management commitment/employee involvement, hazard identification, hazard correction/control and employee training. Turner Construction commits to implementing a Safety and Health Management System at this partnership site as detailed in Appendix C.

  8. Annual Evaluation

    Partners will jointly prepare an annual evaluation of the Partnership using Appendix D. The evaluation will review the success of the Partnership, lessons learned, and changes that will be made to meet the goals of the Partnership. Annual evaluations will be submitted by the Partners to OSHA's Philadelphia Regional Office no later than 30 days after the signing anniversary date each year.

  9. Termination

    It is understood that this Partnership shall be in effect until completion of construction activities at the Cyber Project site, but in no case longer than three-years. Should any "signatory" stakeholder choose to withdraw prior to project completion, a written notice shall be given, stating the reason(s) and providing 30 days' notice to the other party(s).

  10. Paperwork Reduction Act

    OSHA Strategic Partnerships are part of OSHA's available voluntary cooperative programs. As per the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA OMB CONTROL NO. 1218-0244, expires March 31, 2019), the public reporting burden for this Partnership's collection of information is estimated at 11 hours per participant, per year. If you have any comments regarding this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing the burden or revising the burden estimate, please direct them to:

    Occupational Safety and Health Administration
    Attention: Director, Office of Partnerships and Recognition
    Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs
    200 Constitution Avenue, NW - Room N3700
    Washington, DC 20210

  11. Signatures

    Based on a mutual interest to protect construction workers, the below parties agree to the terms of the OSHA / Turner Construction Partnership Agreement for the construction of The Cyber Project.

    Signed ______day of________________________________, 2018

    Partners:

     

     


    • Nadira Janack
    • Area Director
    • Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office
    • USDOL/OSHA

     


    • Chris Jahrling, VP
    • General Manager – Federal
    • Turner Construction Company

 

 

PARTNERSHIP FACT SHEET - APPENDIX A

Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office, Region III, of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (hereafter referred to as "OSHA") and Turner Construction Company (hereafter referred to as "Turner Construction"), have agreed to implement an OSHA Strategic Partnership (hereafter referred to as "Partnership") during construction of The Center for Cyber Security Studies Project (hereafter referred to as "Cyber Project").

The goal of this Partnership is to encourage joint cooperation between OSHA, Turner Construction, and trade contractors to foster a safe work environment for all Cyber Project employees.

The Partnership between Turner Construction and OSHA calls for the Cyber Project to be managed consistent with OSHA's 1989 Safety and Health Management Guidelines or its equivalent.

Under the Partnership, OSHA will provide timely responses to requests for information, requests for clarification of OSHA standards and other assistance as resources and/or OSHA Policy allow. To show their commitment to the Partnership, participating contractors may voluntarily sign this pledge.

This Partnership will not relieve any trade contractors from or lessen their safety responsibilities nor change any contractual obligations between Turner Construction, Cyber Project Owner/Developer, or trade contractor, nor does it lessen any/all affirmative defenses, legal rights or due process afforded with respect to OSHA enforcement action.

This Partnership will not in any way affect employees' ability to exercise rights under the OSH Act and OSHA regulations.

This Partnership is consistent with OSHA's long-range effort to develop a contractor/government partnership approach to safety management. It allows for better use of OSHA resources and for innovation in safety management, and it encourages more participation in the safety process by each stakeholder.

 

 

 

PLEDGE - APPENDIX B

Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office, Region III, of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (hereafter referred to as "OSHA") and Turner Construction Company (hereafter referred to as "Turner Construction"), have agreed to implement an OSHA Strategic Partnership (hereafter referred to as "Partnership") during construction of The Center for Cyber Security Studies Project (hereafter referred to as "Cyber Project").

The goal of this Partnership is to encourage joint cooperation between OSHA, Turner Construction, and trade contractors to foster a safe work environment for all Cyber Project employees.

The Partnership between Turner Construction and OSHA calls for the Cyber Project to be managed consistent with OSHA's 1989 Safety and Health Management Guidelines or its equivalent.

OSHA will provide timely responses to requests for information, requests for clarification of OSHA standards and other assistance as resources and/or OSHA Policy allow. To show their commitment to the Partnership, contractors will voluntarily sign a pledge (Appendix B).

This Partnership will not relieve any trade contractors from or lessen their safety responsibilities nor change any contractual obligations between Turner Construction, Cyber Project Owner/Developer, or trade contractor, nor does it lessen any/all affirmative defenses, legal rights or due process afforded with respect to OSHA enforcement action.

This Partnership will not in any way affect employees' ability to exercise rights under the OSH Act and OSHA regulations.

This agreement is consistent with OSHA's long-range effort to develop a contractor/government partnership approach to safety management. It allows for better use of OSHA resources and for innovation in safety management, and it encourages more participation in the safety process by each stakeholder.

Based on mutual interest to protect construction workers, the below party pledges both support and cooperation to the OSHA / Turner Construction Partnership Agreement by following the Turner Construction Cyber Project Safety Plan.

 


Authorized Representative (print / type)

 


Signature

 


Title (print / type)

 


Company / Organization (print / type)

 

 

 

SAFETY AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT SYSTEM EVALUATION - APPENDIX C
  1. Turner Construction and trade contractors have or will have implemented a comprehensive written Cyber Project Environmental Health and Safety Plan.
  2. Turner Construction maintains or will maintain copies of trade contractors' safety and health plans, Construction Work Plans, hazard communication plans, and fall protection plans (where applicable). Turner Construction requires trade contractors to follow its Environmental Health and Safety plan and will not accept any plans or practices that are less stringent.
  3. Turner Construction will have a full-time safety representative at the site to conduct and document safety inspections of work, and who through training and experience, can recognize hazards, and has authority to take prompt corrective action. Minimum training required for a site safety representative is either the OSHA 10-Hour or 30-Hour Construction Safety Outreach Course, as specified in the Cyber Project Environmental Health and Safety Plan.
  4. Turner Construction and trade contractors have or will have trained field supervisory personnel and has provided additional training for competent persons in such areas as scaffolding, excavation, fall protection, crane operations, etc. (additional training will be dictated by the type and scope of the work the trade contractor routinely conducts).
  5. Turner Construction has or will provide an Environmental Health and Safety orientation for all new workers, including hazard recognition specific to the work sites.
  6. Turner Construction and trade contractors will have employee involvement in the Partnership. Examples include, but will not be limited to, participation in self-audits, site inspections, job hazard analysis, safety and health management system reviews, safety training and accident/near-miss investigations.
  7. Turner Construction and trade contractors will follow a six-foot fall protection policy.
  8. Turner Construction and trade contractors will conduct and document weekly employee safety meetings.
  9. Turner Construction and trade contractors will conduct and document safety Inspections.
  10. Turner Construction and trade contractors will have a written enforcement program. Turner Construction's written enforcement program is a progressive discipline system. The program progresses from verbal warnings to written warnings with enforcement. The written enforcement notices will require either complete re-training or dismissal from the job site at Turner Construction's discretion. Turner Construction reserves the right for immediate dismissal without warnings for anything that is deemed a flagrant disregard of safety rules and regulations. Subcontractors are subjected to the same enforcement program and policy.
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    Appendix D
    OSHA Strategic Partnership Program (OSPP) Annual Partnership
    Activities Report and Evaluation

    Month/Day/Year – Month/Day/Year

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    OSHA Strategic Partnership (OSP) Name
    The Center for Cyber Security Studies

    Purpose of OSP
    The goal of this Partnership is to encourage joint cooperation between OSHA, Turner Construction, and trade contractors to foster a safe work environment for all Cyber Project employees.

    Partnership Goals
    GoalStrategyMeasure
    1. Reduce the total number of injuries and illnesses cases by 5 percent annually, thereby providing a safe and healthy work environment for employees at the project.
    1. Review the OSHA 300 data of all Cyber Project contractors.
    2. Calculate The Cyber Project's Days Away Restricted Transferred Rate (DART) and Total Recordable Cases (TRC) rates.
    3. Partners will meet quarterly to review injury and illness statistics and work together to resolve workplace safety and health issues and reduce injury and illnesses.
    1. This goal will be measured by establishing DART and TRC rates for the Partnership.
    2. Baseline rates are established from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for construction, which are 3.2 for the DART and 1.9 for the TRC.
    3. Compare the Cyber Project data with the established baseline rates for the Partnership.
    2. Effectively control workplace hazards by increasing the number of construction companies with safety and health management systems.
    1. Encourage the implementation of comprehensive safety and health management systems and the increase in the number of contractors that establish effective safety and health management systems.
    1. Compare the number of contractors that develop and implement effective safety and health management systems as a result of participating in the Partnership, with the baseline for the Partnership. The baseline will be established during the initial year of the Partnership.
    3. Conduct effective safety inspections, training, technical assistance, and consultation activities in areas where employees might be exposed to hazards. The overall outcome of this goal should be the reduced exposure of workers to hazards, as well as a reduced injury and illness rate.
    1. Turner Construction will use a tracking tool to document all safety inspections, the number of hazards corrected, and training conducted for workers during the Project.
    A comparison will be made after establishing baseline data during the first year for the following categories. The Partners will meet quarterly to review:
    1. The number of safety inspections performed, the number of hazards identified and corrected,
    2. The number of training sessions conducted and the number of training hours provided for workers and supervisors/managers
    4. Develop a working relationship with to maintain a continuing dialogue that supports various OSHA Safety and health campaigns/initiatives.
    1. Turner Construction and all on-site participating contractors will hold a National stand-down to prevent falls in construction event annually until the project is completed. Turner Construction and all participating contractors will print and display OSHA's National safety stand-down poster in locations where employees are working and inside their on-site trailers.
    2. Turner Construction will present, and all participating contractors will conduct weekly toolbox talks including those associated with Region III's Focus Four Campaign.
    3. Turner Construction will participate in the Building L.I.F.E. program which seeks to optimize human performance and address risk through: daily observation and feedback; incorporating systems for planning, evaluation and incident analysis including Prevention through Design; and facilitating culture change through surveys, recognition cards, huddles and activities.
    All data below will be provided to OSHA during the quarterly meetings.
    1. Turner Construction, along with participating contractors will use OSHA's "Join the National Safety Stand-Down" webpage to sign-up for the event, provide information about their stand down activity and complete the survey. In addition, Turner Construction, along with their contractors will provide the Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office the number of employees that attended.
    2. Turner Construction will provide the Baltimore/Washington DC Area Office with the number of workers trained in each week's toolbox talk that is associated with the Region III Focus Four Campaign.
    3. Turner Construction will report on successes and best practices achieved through their implementation of the Building L.I.F.E. program.
    Anticipated Outcomes
    A job site that exceeds industry standards in safety and health performance

    Strategic Management Plan Target Areas (check one)
    Construction Non-Construction 
    Strategic Management Plan Areas of Emphasis (check all applicable)
    Amputations (Construction or General Industry) Recordkeeping 
    Combustible Dust Ship/Boat Building and Repair 
    Ergonomics/Musculoskeletal Disorders Silica 
    Hazardous Chemical Exposures (Chromium, Lead) Agriculture/Migrant Workers 
    Healthcare Industry Hazards Diverse Workforce/Limited English Proficiency 
    Oil and Gas Field Services Temporary Service Workers 
    Public Warehousing and Storage Youth Workers 
    Federal Agency Process Safety Management 
    Trenching/Excavation   
       

     

    Section 1 General Partnership Information

    Date of Evaluation Report 
    Evaluation Period:

    Start Date

     

    End Date

     
    Evaluation OSHA Contact Person 
    Originating Office 
    Partnership Coverage
    # Active Employers # Active Employees 
    Industry Coverage (note range or specific SIC and NAICS for each partner)
    PartnerSICNAICS
       
       
       
       
     

    Section 2 Activities Performed

    Note whether an activity was provided for by the OSP and whether it was performed
     RequiredPerformed
    a. Training  
    b. Consultation Visits  
    c. Safety and Health Management Systems Reviewed/Developed  
    d. Technical Assistance  
    e. OSHA Enforcement Verifications (OSHA will provide)  
    f. Off-site Verifications  
    g. On-site Non-Enforcement Verifications  
    h. Participant Self-Inspections  
    i. Field Sampling; Industrial Hygiene Monitoring  
    j. Other Activities  
    2a. Training (if performed, provide the following totals)
    Training sessions conducted by OSHA staff 
    Training sessions conducted by non-OSHA staff 
    Workers trained 
    Training hours provided to workers 
    Supervisors/managers trained 
    Training hours provided to supervisors/managers 
    Comments/Explanations (briefly describe activities, or explain if activity provided for but not performed)
     


    2b. Consultation Visits (if performed, provide the following total)
    Consultation visits to partner sites (OSHA Consultation Programs only) 
    Comments/Explanations (briefly describe activities, or explain if activity provided for but not performed)
     


    2c. Safety and Health Management Systems (if performed, provide the following total)
    Systems implemented or improved using the 2015 Guidelines as a model 
    Comments/Explanations (briefly describe activities, or explain if activity provided for but not performed)
     


    2d. Technical Assistance (if performed, note type and provider)
     Provided by OSHA StaffProvided by PartnersProvided by Other Party
    Conference/Seminar Participation   
    Interpretation/Explanation of Standards or OSHA Policy   
    Abatement Assistance   
    Speeches   
    Other (specify)   
    Comments/Explanations (briefly describe activities, or explain if activity provided for but not performed)
     

    2e. OSHA Enforcement Activity (if performed), provide the following totals for any programmed, unprogrammed, and verification-related inspections)
    OSHA enforcement inspections conducted 
    OSHA enforcement inspections in compliance 
    OSHA enforcement inspection with violations cited 
    Number of citations classified as Serious, Repeat, and Willful 
    Comments/Explanations (briefly describe activities, or explain if activity provided for but not performed)
     


    2f. Off-site Verification (if performed, provide the total)
    Offsite verifications performed 
    Comments/Explanations (briefly describe activities, or explain if activity provided for but not performed)
     

    2g. On-site Non-Enforcement Verification (if performed, provide the total)
    Onsite Non-Enforcement Verifications Performed 
    Comments/Explanations (briefly describe activities, or explain if activity is required for but not performed)
     


    2h. Participant Self-Inspections (if performed, provide the totals)
    Self-inspections performed 
    Hazards and/or violations identified and corrected/abated 
    Comments/Explanations (briefly describe activities, or explain if activity provided for but not performed)
     


    2i. Other Activities (briefly describe other activities performed)
     


    Section 3 Illness and Injury Information

    Year

    Hours

    Total Cases

    TCIR

    # of Days Away from Work Restricted and Transferred Activity Cases

    DART

          
          
          

    Total

         

    Five- Year Rate

       

    BLS Average for CY: (most current)

       

    SIC:

     

    NAICS:

       
    Comments
    Please use this text box to provide comparative and evaluative comments about the injury and illness rate experiences of the employer.
     


    Section 4 Partnership Evaluation and Recommendations

    In the section below please provide narrative regarding each question.

    1. Changes and Challenges: During the evaluation period what observations were made regarding the issues faced by the partnership that need to be further evaluated to determine if changes to the structure, implementation or operation of the OSP are necessary going into the next evaluation period? Please address any areas where changes were made to the OSP or where challenges or impediments to reaching the goals were observed. The following is a list of information to be considered for this question: management structure, participants, data collection, worker involvement, OSHA enforcement inspections, OSP outreach, and training. Please do not limit your responses to those items if other areas need to be addressed.





    2. Plans to Improve: During the evaluation period what observations were made regarding areas in which the OSP needs to improve in order to increase the chances of reaching and/or exceeding the OSP goals? The following is a list of information to be considered for this question: need to meet more often, need to improve data collection, need to conduct more training, and need to change the OSP goals. Please do not limit your responses to those items if other areas need to be addressed.





    3. During the evaluation period what observations were made regarding how the partners are benefiting from their participation in the OSP? Additionally, how does OSHA's participation enhance the ability of the partners to reach the OSP goals? The following is a list of information to be considered for this question: increased safety and health awareness, improved relationship with OSHA, improved relationship with employers, and improved relationship with the workers or unions. Please do not limit your responses to those items if other areas need to be addressed.





    Status Recommendations (check one)
    Partnership Completed 
    Continue/RenewContinue
    Continue with the following provisions: 


    Terminate (provide explanation) 


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