May 2019 Quicktakes

Alliance Program Forum Shares Information and Resources That Help Protect Workers


OSHA Chief of Staff Krisann Pearce addresses attendees of the Alliance Program Forum in Washington, D.C.

Representatives from more than 50 current, former, and prospective national alliances met on April 4 for the Alliance Program Forum in Washington, D.C. Participants learned about OSHA’s safety and health initiatives from agency leadership, and shared information with one another about tools and resources to help employers protect workers. OSHA Chief of Staff Krisann Pearce participated in the event and commended attendees for helping OSHA provide workplace safety and health information to 8.9 million employers and workers during fiscal year 2018.

“OSHA’s Alliance Program enables the agency to develop voluntary, collaborative working relationships with organizations that are committed to workplace safety and health.”


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