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OSHA Seeks Applications For New Safety and Health Training Grants

The U.S Department of Labor’s OSHA is in demand for nearly $7 million in Susan Harwood Training Grants available as nonprofit, community and faith based organization.

OSHA honour funds to provide training on safety and health topics for workers. As of current year the program offers 24 targeted topic areas which include crane safety, combustible dust, emergency preparedness and response.

OSHA’s main mission is to train workers on safety and health. The Susan Harwood Training Grant Program is open to organizations who can serve as an extension of their agency as well as educate workers on saving their lives and reducing injuries. Training grants will be awarded to those who complete a 24-month performance period. This grant will be published in June edition of Federal Register.

Applications for this grant should be submitted electronically using government wide Website. ( Applications can complete the mandatory online registration at any time, but must be completed before beginning the application process. Registration for applications must be completed as soon as possible. The deadline for the same is 4.30 pm EST on July 24,2009.

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