Hazard Abatement Board

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Hazard Abatement Board

The NYS Hazard Abatement Board (HAB) awards grants for programs that provide occupational safety and health training for public entities, private businesses, labor organizations, educational institutions, non-profit organizations and trade associations. Eligible programs must train and educate workers, supervisors and/or businesses and must promote workplace accident and injury prevention. The Board also administers Capital Abatement Program grants to public entities. These grants cover 75% of the cost of capital projects necessary to correct workplace hazards cited by the Public Employee Safety and Health Bureau (PESH) or where recommended in a consultation report. Additionally, the Board may recommend safety and health standards in accordance with the State Labor Law.

Date of Release Title Opportunity (Source Agency) Eligible Applicants Businesses Eligible? Proposal Due Date

December 5, 2019

Occupational Safety and Health Training and Education Program (OSH T&E)

The Hazard Abatement Board (HAB), in partnership with the New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) , (collectively referred to as NYSDOL/HAB) is making approximately $5,900,000 in funding available under this Occupational Safety and Health Training and Education Program (OSH T&E) Request for Proposals (RFP). Funds awarded under this RFP may be used to support activities occurring between August 1, 2020 and July 31, 2021. The funds will support the provision of occupational safety and health training and education programs to employees and businesses at locations throughout New York State (NYS), including toxic substance education services, training and education for employees concerning the prevention of occupational diseases and injuries, and any other services deemed effective to promote the prevention of accidents and illness.

Yes January 24, 2020