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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) strives to provide opportunities for employers and employees to work cooperatively with the agency to address and improve workplace safety and health issues. One opportunity is the OSHA Strategic Partnership Program (OSPP), in which employers, groups of employers, and employee representatives commit to a cooperative approach to safety and health. Partnerships are implemented through written, signed agreements and are focused on reducing injuries and illnesses in the workplace. Partnerships may result in the development of training, outreach, or other materials.

The OSPP logo is the property of OSHA and is not available for general use. Since the logo was developed to help identify and promote the OSPP, OSHA must ensure that the use of the logo does not diminish program integrity.

The logo reflects that a product was developed as part of a formal Partnership with OSHA, and that materials will be used for informational purposes only. Use of the logo does not imply official agency approval by either OSHA or the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) and should not be construed as an endorsement of the entity, its products or services.

Use of the OSPP logo is reserved for OSHA and active OSPP participants. The logo may not be used for fundraising or lobbying efforts or to imply that OSHA endorses a particular entity or its actions, products or services.

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The OSPP logo can only be used as it appears above, and only in the following capacities with the joint agreement of OSHA and USDOL Office of the Solicitor (Solicitor):


OSHA-Developed OSPP Resources
Print Resources
  • Brochures and fact sheets
  • Success stories and newsletters
  • News releases
  • Certificates or banners
  • OSHA-developed "fact sheets" for individual OSHA Strategic Partnerships
    Note: The facts sheets must be "factual" and only focus on the OSP and its materials and activities.
     
  • Stationery and letterhead
    Note: OSHA can use stationery and letterhead with the OSPP logo. OSHA should control and limit the use of such stationery by other parties.
Online Resources
  • The OSPP and other OSHA Web pages related to the OSPP, located at www.osha.gov
Other Resources
  • "Giveaways" such as pins, magnets, or other items which are used for internal purposes only and not for profit-producing purposes
  • Flags, banners or plaques which are used for internal purposes only and not for profit-producing purposes
  • Electronic presentations and videos, developed in consultation with OSHA through the OSPP, for information and/or training purposes
OSPP Participant-Developed Resources
Print Resources
  • Materials such as manuals, reports, studies, brochures, newsletters, news releases and other publications that are developed through the Partnership and in consultation with OSHA
  • Certificates or banners
Online Resources
  • Web sites developed by Partnership participants

    Note: The logo cannot be used to give the appearance that Partnership participants web site is part of the OSHA web site.
Other Resources
  • "Giveaways" such as pins, magnets, or other items which are used for internal purposes only and not for profit-producing purposes
  • Flags, banners or plaques which are used for internal purposes only and not for profit-producing purposes
  • PowerPoint presentations and videos developed in consultation with OSHA through the OSPP for information and/or training

    Note: The logo can appear on these "other resources" provided they are approved by OSHA Management, in consultation with the Solicitor, through a written request.
For more information, please contact your OSHA Strategic Partnership representative or OSHAs Office of Partnerships and Recognition at (202) 693-2213.