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National Safety Council and Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Alliance

Since 2003, the National Safety Council has maintained an Alliance agreement with OSHA to help save lives and prevent unintentional workplace injuries. The Alliance was most recently renewed in September 2014 and currently has a particular focus on motor vehicle safety, construction safety, temporary and contract workers, and the importance of establishing an injury and illness prevention program. The Alliance will also support and promote the NSC Journey to Safety Excellence program.

Through the renewed Alliance, OSHA and NSC have agreed to continue to partner in the development of compliance assistance tools and best practice documents; to convene, participate and exhibit at occupational safety forums and stakeholder meetings, such as the annual NSC Congress & Expo; and to partner with other OSHA Alliance participants to address specific construction and general industry safety issues.

To date, the following products have been developed through the Alliance:

The following additional products will be finalized during the current renewal period:

  • A case study focused on ensuring the safety of temporary workers
  • A fact sheet focused on the specific hazard identification and control topics that should be included in worker training
  • A fact sheet on a motor vehicle safety topic
  • A sample policy for employers focused on encouraging worker engagement in identifying hazards in the workplace
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    When you sign up for the Journey to Safety Excellence, you gain access to online tools, including a Safety System Assessment that is helpful in pinpointing specific safety improvements needed.

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The National Safety Council saves lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the roads through leadership, research, education and advocacy.

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