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OSHA Challenge Pilot Program Administrator's Quarterly Meeting

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of OSHA Jonathan L. Snare gives opening remarks to the OSHA Challenge Administrators.
Former Acting Assistant Secretary of OSHA Jonathan L. Snare gives opening remarks to the OSHA Challenge Administrators.
The OSHA Challenge Pilot Program Administrator's Quarterly Meeting was held in Washington, D.C. on June 22, 2005.Highlights of the meeting included Administrator and OSHA updates, Participant presentations, and the awarding of Challenge Completion Letters to two Challenge Participants, who are the first graduates of the pilot program.

OSHA Challenge was launched in May 2004, and provides participants who are interested in pursuing VPP a roadmap to improve safety and health performance. Challenge consists of two tracks—construction and general industry—and three stages. At each stage, certain actions, outcomes and documentation are required that meet VPP criteria. Once a site has progressed through the stages, Participants should be ready to apply for VPP.




 
OSHA's Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs Director Paula White welcomes the OSHA Challenge Administrators to the meeting.
OSHA's Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs Director Paula White welcomes the OSHA Challenge Administrators to the meeting.
 
Former Acting Assistant Secretary of OSHA Jonathan L. Snare provides the Administrators with an update on OSHA.
Former Acting Assistant Secretary of OSHA Jonathan L. Snare provides the Administrators with an update on OSHA.
Former Acting Assistant Secretary of OSHA Jonathan L. Snare presents an OSHA Challenge Completion Letter to Glenn De Stigter and Matt Frandsen of The Weitz Company.
Former Acting Assistant Secretary of OSHA Jonathan L. Snare presents an OSHA Challenge Completion Letter to Glenn De Stigter and Matt Frandsen of The Weitz Company.
 
Former Acting Assistant Secretary of OSHA Jonathan L. Snare presents an OSHA Challenge Completion Letter to Lee Clark, Shaun Marker, and Gary Bambuer of Garber Bros. Precision Concrete, Inc.
Former Acting Assistant Secretary of OSHA Jonathan L. Snare presents an OSHA Challenge Completion Letter to Lee Clark, Shaun Marker, and Gary Bambuer of Garber Bros. Precision Concrete, Inc.
 
Ralph Riley of S&B Engineers and Constructors, a Challenge Administrator, gives an update on his Challenge activities.
Ralph Riley of S&B Engineers and Constructors, a Challenge Administrator, gives an update on his Challenge activities.
 
Susan Herbert of Defense Logistics Agency gives an update on her Challenge activities.
Susan Herbert of Defense Logistics Agency gives an update on her Challenge activities.
 
Bob Brant of the United States Postal Service gives an update on his Challenge activities.
Bob Brant of the United States Postal Service gives an update on his Challenge activities.
Matt Frandsen of the Weitz Company, a Challenge graduate, gives a presentation on his company’s participation in and subsequent completion of OSHA Challenge, "A Participant's Perspective: What Works...What Doesn't."
Matt Frandsen of the Weitz Company, a Challenge graduate, gives a presentation on his company’s participation in and subsequent completion of OSHA Challenge, "A Participant's Perspective: What Works...What Doesn't."