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NORA Construction Sector Strategic Goals

Goal 9.0: Improve the effectiveness of safety and health management programs in construction and increase their use in the industry.

Intermediate Goal 9.5: Partner with trade associations, management and engineering associations, and other construction stakeholders to disseminate new information and practices and to expand the use of effective safety and health management programs.

r2p Goals
r2p Goal Number Goal Description Status
9.5.1 Develop a web-based resource center to provide a one-stop location for construction safety and health management information.
9.5.2 Develop specific marketing plans to guide efforts to disseminate and diffuse safety and health management information to target groups in construction such as construction employers contracting with the U.S. government or public entities.
9.5.3 Disseminate information on safety and health programs widely throughout the construction industry through presentations and information booths at national/regional/local safety conferences and construction practice symposiums and public meetings.
9.5.4 Provide summary recommendations to USDOL OSHA on key characteristics and expected impacts of a safety and health management program standard for construction.
Page last updated:April 24, 2013
Page last reviewed:May 23, 2011
Content Source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Office of the Director


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