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OSHA renews Red Cross alliance

Emergency Management Alert, September 2, 2008

OSHA and the American Red Cross renewed an alliance to improve employee awareness of safety and health issues in the workplace. The focus of the two organization's renewed efforts will be on emergency preparedness, first aid, and disease prevention, especially as it relates to workers with limited proficiency in English.

Past accomplishments of the alliance include Webcasts on "Bloodborne Pathogens—What You Need to Know to Prevent Disease Transmission in the Workplace," "Is Your Worksite Prepared for Emergencies?," "Are You Prepared for Pandemic Flu?," and "Is Your Worksite an OSHA Best Practice for First Aid Programs?"

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