OSHA Renews Colorado Safety Association Alliance
The alliance will continue to work towards improving worker safety culture in Colorado
OSHA and The Colorado Safety Association are renewing a 2012 alliance to reduce and prevent safety hazards in Colorado, according to a report. The alliance has a four-year term, and will provide associate members with information, guidance and access to training.
"In collaboration with the Colorado Safety Association a leader in providing safety training, OSHA can help private industry, governmental bodies and small business employers train and protect their employees from preventable workplace injuries," said Herb Gibson, OSHA's area director in Denver. "Our alliance allows us to collaborate in making Colorado a safer place to work."