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DOL > Alliances & Partnerships > Partnership Program Partnership Program

Pepper Construction Company of Indiana - Community Hospital East Campus Redevelopment Project

Signed December 8, 2016

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Trinitas Construction - IUPUI Collegiate at Indianapolis Project

On April 20, 2016 the Indiana Department of Labor and Trinitas Construction signed a site-specific strategic occupational safety and health partnership in Indianapolis, IN. The partnership focuses on identifying and correcting workplace safety and health hazards to reduce and eliminate worker injuries and illnesses. As part of the agreement, the IUPUI Collegiate at Indianapolis project must maintain a worker injury and illness rate lower than Indiana’s industry average.

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Weigand Construction, City of Fort Wayne, Ash Brokerage - Skyline Project

On Sept. 29, 2014, the Indiana Department of Labor, the City of Fort Wayne, Weigand Construction and Ash Brokerage signed a site-specific strategic occupational safety and health partnership in Fort Wayne, IN. The partnership focuses on identifying and correcting workplace safety and health hazards to reduce and eliminate worker injuries and illnesses. As part of the agreement, the Skyline project must maintain a worker injury and illness rate lower than Indiana’s industry average. Weigand must also require fall protection for all employees working at or over 6 feet from the ground.

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Barton Malow Company

On March 26, 2015, the Indiana Department of Labor (IDOL) and Barton Malow Company signed a site-specific strategic occupational safety and health partnership for the University of Notre Dame Campus Crossroads Project. The partnership focuses on identifying and correcting workplace safety and health hazards to reduce and eliminate worker injuries and illnesses. As part of the agreement, the Campus Crossroads Project must maintain a worker injury and illness rate lower than Indiana’s industry average and use leading metrics to identify trends for injury and illness prevention.

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Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC)

On June 1, 2011, the Indiana Department of Labor (IDOL) and the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC ) signed a strategic occupational safety and health partnership. The goal of the partnership is to advance safety and health in the construction industry, which includes a reduction in the number and severity of injuries, and the elimination of all fatalities. Key to the agreement is the goal to reduce the number and rate of injuries and worker fatalities resulting from falls, workers being struck by objects, workers being caught in-between equipment and structures and electrocutions. The partnership will remain in effect for two years.

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Indiana Construction Association (ICA)

To advance the mutual goal of preventing occupational injuries, illnesses and fatalities, the Indiana Department of Labor (IDOL) and the Indiana Construction Association (ICA) entered into a strategic partnership. An objective of the partnership is to increase the number of ICA members who implement effective safety and health programs and provide efficient safety and health training for management, supervisors and employees. The original agreement was signed on October 5, 2006. The agreement was renewed on March 8, 2013.

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Coalition for Construction Safety (CCS)

The goal of the partnership is the advancement of health and safety in the workplace, which encompasses the reduction of the number and severity of injuries and elimination of all fatalities on construction projects in Indiana. The statewide partnership provides an opportunity for CCS "Certified" contractors who routinely work throughout the state to participate in the partnership without having to enroll in a separate partnership with the Indiana Department of Labor. The agreement was signed in October 2008.

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(Formerly the Metropolitan Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety)