The Wisconsin Agri-Business Association (WABA) is pleased to announce it has reestablished a working alliance with the four Wisconsin-area offices of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Together, a team of representatives from both organizations will develop information on the identification and prevention of workplace hazards, communicate such information to employers and workers in the industry and develop and deliver effective training and education programs, among other objectives.
“Our goal of this alliance is to work hand in hand with OSHA in a number of positive ways. While OSHA needs to enforce industry regulations, we believe this partnership will help to proactively prioritize education, training and making our industry safer – well before an OSHA inspection even occurs,” says Tom Bressner, WABA Executive Director. “We look forward to the opportunities the alliance will bring to our members and their teams.”
The Wisconsin Agri-Business Association, Inc. (WABA) is a non-profit trade association. The mission of the Wisconsin Agri-Business Association is to represent, provide programs and services, educate, train, manage regulatory and legislative affairs, and to be a strong unifying voice for the agribusiness industries of Wisconsin. To learn more, visit www.wiagribusiness.org.