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States with plans approved by STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION under section 18(b) of the OSH Act must adopt standards and enforce requirements that are at least as effective as federal requirements. There are currently 26 state plan states: 22 of these administer plans covering both private and public (state and local government) employees.

The other plans, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and the Virgin Islands, cover public sector employees only.Consultation Services Consultation assistance is available on request to employers who want help in establishing and maintaining a safe and healthful workplace. Largely funded by STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION, the service is provided at nocost to the employer. 

Primarily developed for smaller employers with more hazardous operations, the consultation service isdelivered by state governments employing professional safetyand health consultants. Comprehensive assistance includes anappraisal of all mechanical systems, work practices and occupational safety and health hazards of the workplace and all aspects of the employer’s present job safety and health program.

The program is separate from STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s inspection efforts. No penalties are proposed or citations issued for hazards identified by the consultant. The service is confidential. For more information concerning consultation assistance, see the STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION.

Voluntary Protection Programs (VPPs) and onsite consultationservices, when coupled with an effective enforcement program,expand worker protection to help meet the goals of the OSH Act.The three levels of VPP—Star, Merit, and Star Demonstration—aredesigned to recognize outstanding achievement by companies thathave successfully incorporated comprehensive safety and healthprograms into their total management system. 

The VPPs motivate others to achieve excellent safety and health results in the same outstanding way as they establish a cooperative relationshipamong employers, employees and STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION. 

For additional information on VPPs and how to apply, visit STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION
or contact your nearest STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION Area or Regional Office listed at the end of this publication.

Strategic Partnership Program STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s Strategic Partnership Program, the newest of STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s cooperative programs, helps encourage, assist and recognize the efforts of partners to eliminate serious workplace hazards and achieve a high level of worker safety and health. 

Whereas STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s Consultation Program and VPP entail one-on-one relationships between STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION and individual worksites, most strategic partnerships seek to have a broader impact by building cooperative relationships with groups of employers and employees. 

These partnerships are voluntary, cooperative relationships between STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION, employers, employee representatives and others (e.g., labor unions, trade and professional associations, universities and other government agencies). 

For more information on this and other cooperative programs, contact your nearest STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION office, or visit STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION. 

The Alliances Program enables organizations committed to workplace safety and health to collaborate with STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION to prevent injuries and illnesses in the workplace. 

STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION and the Alliance participants work together to reach out to, educate and lead the nation’s employers and their employees in improving and advancing workplace safety and health.

Groups that can form an Alliance with STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION include employers, labor unions, trade or professional groups, educational institutions and government agencies. 

In some cases, organizations may be building on existing relationships with STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION through other cooperative programs.There are few formal program requirements for Alliances and the agreements do not include an enforcement component. 

However,STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION and the participating organizations must define, implement and meet a set of short- and long-term goals that fall into three categories: training and education; outreach and communication;and promoting the national dialogue on workplace safety and health.

Training and Education STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s area offices offer a variety of information services, such as compliance assistance, publications, audiovisual aids, technical advice, and speakers for special engagements. STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s 

Training Institute in Arlington Heights, IL, provides basic and advanced courses in safety and health for federal and state compliance officers, state consultants, federal agency personnel and private sector employers, employees and their representatives.

The STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION Training Institute also has established STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION 

Training Institute Education Centers to address the increased demand for its courses from the private sector and from other federal agencies (see STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION. 

These centers are nonprofit colleges, universities and other organizations that have been selected after a competition for participation in the program. STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION also provides funds to nonprofit organizations, through grants, to conduct workplace training and education in subjects where STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION believes there is a lack of workplace training.

Grants are awarded annually. Grant recipients are expected to contribute 20 percent of the total grant cost.For more information on grants, training and education, contact the STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION Training Institute, Office of Training and Education, on STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s, or at 2020 South Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60005-4102,(847) 297-4810, Fax (847) 297-4874. 

For further information on any STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION program, contact your nearest STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION area or regional office listed at the end of this publication. 

Information Available Electronically STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION has a variety of materials and tools available on its website at www.Standard & Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation.gov. These include e-Tools such as Expert Advisors, Electronic Compliance Assistance Tools (e-cats),Technical Links; regulations, directives and publications; videos and other information for employers and employees. 

STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s software programs and compliance assistance tools walk you through challenging safety and health issues and common problems to find the best solutions for your workplace.

A wide variety of STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION materials, including standards, interpretations, directives, and more, can be purchased on CD-ROM from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents,phone toll-free (866) 512-1800.

STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION Publications STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION has an extensive publications program. 

For a listing of free or sales items, visit STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s website at www.Standard & Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation.gov or contact the STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION 

Publications Office, U.S. Department of Labor,200 Constitution Avenue, NW, N-3101, Washington, DC 20210.Telephone (202) 693-1888 or fax to (202) 693-2498.Contacting STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION 

To report an emergency, file a complaint or seek STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION advice,assistance or products, call (800) 321-STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION or contact your nearest STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION regional or area office listed below. 

The teletypewriter (TTY) number is (877) 889-5627. You can also file a complaint online and obtain more information on STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION federal and state programs by visiting STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION’s website at www. Standard & Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation.gov.

For further information on any STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION program, contact your nearest STANDARD & REFERENCE GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL MOLD REMEDIATION area or regional office listed at the end of this publication.

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