MENUMENU TRAININGJOBSPartners in SafetyHome » Who We Are » Partners in SafetyIt’s a team effort. And we’ve got a great team.Affiliate DetailsASA supports the needs of multiple industries, setting a high standard of worker readiness and training throughout Alaska. Strong industry support and collaboration has helped ASA foster strategic partnerships with other industry-recognized organizations, such as the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils (ARSC) and the Houston Area Safety Council (Texas). We are also a proud member of the National Safety Council.Many ASA training courses offer reciprocity with other ARSC-affiliated safety councils, meaning our training is standardized, recognized, delivered and accepted in areas throughout the United States. Through agreements with Alaska’s operator companies, ASA is able to accept training delivered by other official ARSC member councils. Reciprocity reduces training-related costs and shortens the overall timeline required to mobilize a company’s crew.For more information about the value of reciprocity, please read the white paper published earlier this year: The Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils and the Value of Reciprocity.Alaska Safety Alliance is affiliated with or a member of the following organizations:Alaska Postsecondary Access & Completion NetworkThe Alaska Postsecondary Access & Completion Network (Alaska CAN!) builds and strengthens partnerships to increase the percentage of all Alaskans who complete postsecondary education, particularly credentials relevant to a robust Alaska economy.American National Standards InstituteThe American National Standards Institute directly impacts nearly every sector. While overseeing the use, creation and promotion of guidelines and norms, and by utilizing voluntary consensus standards and conformity assessment systems, ANSI enhances the U.S. quality of life and increases the global competitiveness of U.S. business. American Society of Association ExecutivesAt the American Society of Association Executives, over 7,400 organizations are represented by more than 44,000 individual members working together to create a smarter, better, safer world by building knowledge, enabling learning, engaging in advocacy and fostering community.American Society of Safety ProfessionalsThe American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) supports its members by providing continuing education, defining industry standards and advancing the safety profession. ASSP brings together safety and health professionals and allows them to grow through networking, education and advocacy across the world.Associated General Contractors of AmericaConnected with over 10,500 service providers and suppliers, the Associated General Contractors of America represents 26,000 firms, 6,500 general contractors and over 9,000 specialty contracting firms through its nationwide network of chapters.Association of Reciprocal Safety CouncilsSince 1999, the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils (ARSC) has supported industry by increasing training effectiveness and reducing the cost of development. ARSC provides resources and credibility to over 25 member organizations throughout the United States.Houston Area Safety CouncilThe Houston Area Safety Council (HASC) serves the Texas Gulf Coast and beyond. HASC’s worldwide outreach serves over 3,000 member and 12,000 non-member companies. By providing member resources of over 2,000 general awareness courses and a wide variety of safety topics, as well as company specific trainings, HASC helps ensure basic safety comprehension for every level of the workforce.International Association of Drilling ContractorsSince 1940, the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) has exclusively represented the worldwide oil and gas drilling industry. IADC’s vision is for the drilling industry to be recognized for its vital role in enabling the global economy and its high standards of safety, environmental stewardship and operational efficiency. IADC member companies are involved in the worldwide upstream petroleum industry that share a commitment to improving safety, advancing drilling technology, striving for reasonable regulation and legislation, and enhancing personnel competence.National Safety CouncilThe National Safety Council employs OSHA and global best practices worldwide. Combined with research, education, leadership and advocacy, NSC has been eliminating preventable deaths in workplaces, homes and communities since 1913.U.S. Department of LaborHeadquartered in Washington, D.C., the United States Department of Labor oversees a robust listing of agencies across the nation. The Wage and Hour Division, the Office of Worker’s Compensation and the office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs are just a few of the many agencies working to assure job seeker, worker and retiree benefits, rights and working conditions.