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OSHA UNVEILS PARTNERSHIP PAGE
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched a new page on its website that highlights successful safety and health partnerships and encourages new voluntary partnerships in order to reduce workplace injuries and illnesses.
Under the banner of "Partner with OSHA: New Ways of Working," the new site describes nearly 80 current partnerships. Many of these joint ventures focus on areas addressed in OSHA's Strategic Plan. The site also provides valuable information on public/private collaborations and a step-by-step guide on how to initiate new partnerships.
"We are always striving for new and effective ways to reduce workplace injuries and illnesses," said OSHA Administrator Charles N. Jeffress. "This site highlights successful partnerships and offers recommendations on ways to establish new working relationships and address our common goal of improving workplace safety."
Program partners may receive outreach, training, technical assistance and onsite consultation services. Partnerships also benefit employers and employees by reducing workplace injuries and decreasing workers' compensation premiums.
OSHA incentives offered to partnering employers include focused inspections limited to only the most serious hazards, reduced fines, no penalties or citations for other-than-serious violations and new opportunities to share safety and health program expertise and resources.
The new partnership page is available on OSHA's web site, www.osha-slc.gov/dcsp/partnerships/index.html, under the What's New and Outreach pages.
The text of this news release is on the World Wide Web at www.osha.gov. Information on this news release will be made available to sensory-impaired individuals upon request. Voice phone: (202) 693-1999.
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