OSHA, Arkansas Home Builders Association Sign Alliance

Protecting Arkansas workers from hazards associated within the residential construction industry is the goal of an alliance between OSHA and the Arkansas Home Builders Association (AHBA).

"This alliance provides an opportunity for OSHA and members of the AHBA to come together through forums, roundtable discussions, meeting and conferences to discuss safety and health issues associated with the needs of member employers," said Carlos Reynolds, OSHA's area director in Little Rock. "This voluntary cooperative relationship also will provide training and outreach to boost employee safety."

Founded in 1966, AHBA provides safety and health information, training programs and resources to about 1,800 members directly involved in building, remodeling, and developing residential homes. Indirect members include mortgage and title companies, banks, and realtors.

OSHA alliances are a means for participating organizations to network with others committed to workplace safety and health, and exchange information about hazards. The agency currently has more than 470 alliances throughout the nation with organizations committed to fostering safety and health in the workplace.

Employers and employees with questions about this or other OSHA alliances or partnerships may call the agency's Little Rock Area Office at 501-224-1841.

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