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 $2.5 million in funding available under this Occupational Safety and Health Training and Education Program (OSH T&E) Request for Proposals (RFP).
Donor Name: NYS Department of Labor
State: New York
County: All Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
Grant Duration: 1 year
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.
Funds awarded under this RFP may be used to support activities occurring between August 1, 2023 and July 31, 2024.
Eligible Bidders must attest to the following statements:
- The Bidder qualifies as one of the NYS Labor Law Article 29 categories of eligible Bidders: Public or Private Businesses; Labor Organizations or their Federations; Municipalities; Trade Associations; NFP Organizations; or Educational Institutions operating within NYS;
- If the Bidder is a NFP organization, it is pre-qualified in Grants Gateway of the OSH T&E RFP.
- The Bidder employs two (2) or more paid employees (principals of corporations and owners of businesses such as sole proprietors or partners are not considered to be employees for this criterion);
- The Bidder is headquartered in NYS or has at least one (1) site located in NYS at the time of proposal submission; and
- The Bidder is in good standing regarding: Unemployment Insurance (UI) Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN); Public Works; Labor Standards; Safety and Health; NYS Department of State Division of Corporations; Workers Compensation Insurance; and Disability Insurance.
- HAB strongly encourages joint labor-management proposals and program designs that include input from both labor and management. Other joint proposals will be also be considered.
As stated in Article 29, §886 of the NYS Labor Law, participants include employees and businesses at locations throughout the state.
For more information, visit Occupational Safety Grant.