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Strategic Partnerships

New Mexico OSHA has established six strategic partnerships with construction associations. These partnerships are designed to encourage, assist, and recognize efforts to eliminate serious hazards and achieve a high degree of employee safety and health. Members of the partnership share resources to focus on common safety issues.

The Strategic Partnership Agreement Directive 15-07, effective March 5, 2015 establishes the protocol for administering OHSB's Strategic Partnership Program for the construction industry.Members of a partnership who commit to making safety and health improvements may be deferred from compliance programmed inspections.

Please contact Jay Stimmel at 505-222-9593or via email at jay.stimmel@state.nm.us for additional information.

 

The following partnerships have been established by New Mexico OSHA:

ABC - Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Construction Leaders Agreement for Safety (CLAS) has 17 participating members at three levels of participation working together to improve safety in the construction industry.

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- The Associated Contractors of New Mexico has recently created a Heavy Highway Construction Safety Partnership (H.H.C.S.P). Currently, they have eight

participating members of this partnership.

AGC  - Associated General Contractors of America Construction Health and Safety Excellence (CHASE) has 24 participating members at three levels of participation committed to improving safety in the construction industry.

ASA - American Subcontractors Association of New Mexico has created a Safety and Health Initiative Partners (SHIP) Agreement dedicated to improving safety in the commercial construction industry. Currently, there are seven participating members of this partnership.

NMUCA - New Mexico Utility Contractors Association Zia Partnership is dedicated to improving the safety and health conditions and requirements for their New Mexico construction workplaces.  Currently, there are seven participating members of this partnership.

MCA - The Mechanical Contractors Association of New Mexico Workers' Compensation Group Fund established the Safety, Ownerhsip, Awareness, Respect, and Success (SOARS) to foster, maintain, and improve the safety and health conditions for commercial construction workers and workplaces. There are currently eleven   participating members of this partnership.

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