OSHA, ISEA Sign Two-Year Alliance

They plan to provide members, employers, and workers with information on how to properly select, use, maintain, and store PPE and safety equipment, as well as share information on developments in national consensus standards for personal protective and safety equipment.

OSHA and the International Safety Equipment Association have signed an alliance to provide members, employers, and workers with information on how to properly select, use, maintain, and store PPE and safety equipment. During the two-year agreement, participants will also share information on developments in national consensus standards for personal protective and safety equipment.

ISEA is a non-profit trade association representing safety manufacturers. The association has partnered with OSHA to share information on its campaigns, such as the National Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, Heat Illness Prevention, and Safe + Sound Week. ISEA also donated PPE for workers and volunteers during cleanup efforts after 2017 hurricanes hit Texas and Puerto Rico.

OSHA's announcement noted that its alliance partners help OSHA reach targeted audiences, such as employers and workers in high-hazard industries, and give them better access to workplace safety and health tools and information.

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