Working together, KYOSH, employers and employees identify the safety and health problem they will address and begin to develop a partnership agreement. The agreement may be statewide, regional or local in scope. Partners agree upon individual responsibilities, identify strategies, and establish goals and performance measures to verify results.
Other interested parties, including unions, trade associations, local/state governments, the Consultation Projects and insurance companies, are often brought into the partnership to contribute their expertise and resources. The resulting agreement maximizes the use of non-OSH resources to accomplish tasks such as training employees and developing site-appropriate safety and health management systems. KYOSH serves mainly as a technical resource and facilitator
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