OSHA grants first Ambassador Alliance Program status in region to El Paso Community College

El Paso’s Risk Management Institute is now officially an OSHA grants first Ambassador Alliance Program status in region to El Paso Community College. Doctor William Serrata, president of the El Paso Community College District, and OSHA El Paso Area Office Director Diego Alvarado Jr. stand front and centre. Stephen B. Boyd, OSHA’s Deputy Regional Administrator for Region 6, is pictured third from the left behind El Paso Area Office Director Abraham Arzola and EPCC’s Blayne Primozich and Cecy Maurer. El Paso Area OSHA signed an Ambassador Alliance Agreement with the Risk Management Institute at El Paso Community College on November 28, 2022, designating the latter as an Ambassador for OSHA’s Alliance Program. Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, all part of OSHA’s region, have just signed their first Ambassador Agreement. Long-term alliance members who commit to maintaining a cooperative relationship and disseminating timely and relevant safety and health information to OSHA’s stakeholders are given the honorary title of “ambassador” by the organisation.

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