|Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the AHA work together to raise awareness about safety and health to prevent injuries, illnesses and fatalities in the workplace. The National Alliance's key goal is to foster a culture of awareness, prevention and action in the workplace through employee safety and wellness programs.|
The Alliance goals include
• Nationally promote workplace safety and health
• Develop training and education on CPR, AED use and first aid
• Increase outreach and communication about prevention and training through the AHA Training Network and OSHA’s regional and area offices and state partners
• Speak or exhibit at OSHA or AHA conferences, local meetings, or other Alliance partner events such as the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update (ECCU) Conference
• Work with other Alliance participants on specific issues and programs that address CPR, AED and first aid training and are developed through OSHA’s Alliance Program
Downloadable Alliance Tools:
Safety Tips: Bloodborne Pathogens
Safety Tips: Bloodborne Pathogens (Spanish)
OSHA and the AHA National Alliance
OSHA and the AHA are committed to sharing best practices and technical knowledge to improve safety, reduce death and disability from heart disease and stroke and promote employee wellness programs in the workplace.
North American Occupational Safety & Health (NAOSH) Week
The mission of NAOSH Week is to increase awareness about the importance of occupational safety and health among workers around the world.
2012 NAOSH Week
2011 NAOSH Week
OSHA Safety and Health Topics:
Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs)
AEDs are an important lifesaving technology. This page addresses the implementation of workplace AED programs.
The OSHA and AHA National Alliance was originally signed November 20, 2003, and was renewed in 2006 and 2008.