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Labor and Economic Opportunity

MIOSHA Partnership Program

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MIOSHA Partnerships for Worker Safety and Health are programs in which the agency enters into cooperative relationships with an individual employer, employees, and/or their representatives. Partnerships can also be developed with a group of employers, employees and/or their representatives in order to encourage, assist, and recognize their voluntary efforts to focus on and eliminate serious hazards and achieve a high level of safety and health. In addition to the employer(s) and their employees/representatives, a partnership may also include other stakeholders as appropriate. MIOSHA partnerships are characterized by core elements that may not be present in other MIOSHA activities. The goal of all partnerships is a significant and measurable reduction in workplace deaths, injuries, and illnesses.

Program Information

Construction Partnerships
Partnership Program Instruction  
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers  
How To Propose A Construction Partnership  
General Industry Partnerships
Construction Partnership Program Score Card
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