The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants' Association, Inc., the premier global safety and health organization, is dedicated to cooperative occupational safety, health and environmental management systems. VPPPA is a member-based association, supporting worksites across the U.S. in their efforts to receive and maintain VPP status. For over two decades, the association has provided its members a direct link to OSHA, DOE and similar agencies within state-plan states and continues to offer a support network for participants from a wide variety of industries. The association works closely with OSHA, OSHA state-plan states, DOE and the Department of Defense (DoD) in the development and implementation of cooperative programs within the agencies.

Mar 30, 2015

National Window Safety Week is Next Week: April 5 - 11

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Did you know there is a yearly National Window Safety Week?  More
Mar 23, 2015

Tablet Tips for Safe Usage

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With tablets becoming increasingly commonplace, especially in the workforce, don't forget to consider their effects on health and safety, too! More
Mar 13, 2015

Blah Blah Blah Safety [Video]

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We've featured various videos over the years, and in doing so I've seen some wonderful, some humorous, and sometimes even some frightening videos. This latest video, however, is just... strange. More
Mar 08, 2015

Safety Requires Motivation

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When people aren't motivated, aren't excited, or simply don't care about something, that something usually doesn't get handled well. More

National VPPPA

Looking for the National VPPPA site? The National VPPPA site can be located at www.vpppa.org.  Region VI is part of the National VPPPA.  All member services associated with the VPPPA outside of conference registration for the Region VI hosted Health, Safety and Expo, are handled by the National VPPPA and not Region VI.


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VPP Self Evaluation

The above items are supplied by the Region VI Area OSHA VPP Coordinator.  These are files related to the Annual Evaluation process and include PSM Supplement B information. Questions can be directed towards (972)850-4159.