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Golden Gate Partnership Program
Demonstrating that you have a commitment to continuously improve the effectiveness of your safety and health management system is something to feel proud of. Tudor Ranch, Jaime Zepeda Labor Contracting, and Lazaro Renteria Farm Labor Contracting
List of Golden Gate Participants - Golden Gate recognition is valid for one (1) year from the date of the certificate issuance.
Golden Gate recognition is site-specific. Your company may be eligible to receive a letter of commendation from the Cal/OSHA Consultation Service if your company requests and receives a Cal/OSHA Consultation on-site visit at one of its worksites, and subsequently meets the qualifications for Golden Gate recognition. Companies qualified for Golden Gate recognition do not receive any kind of exemption, except the traditional exemptions associated with actively working with the Cal/OSHA Consultation Service.
Like all the Cal/OSHA partnerships, the Golden Gate recognition process is designed to ensure success. The Cal/OSHA Consultation Service is always available to assist eligible companies in becoming qualified to receive Golden Gate recognition.
Only one Golden Gate letter of recognition is provided per company per worksite. There are no renewals once Golden Gate recognition is achieved by a company at a specific worksite. However, a change of ownership or location will allow the new owner, or the same company at a new location, the opportunity to apply for Golden Gate recognition.
Resources on Golden Gate Recognition, including the policy and procedures and employer packet:
- Employer Information Packet
- Policy and Procedures, D-61
- Letter of Recognition - Appendix A
- List of Golden Gate Participants - Golden Gate recognition is valid for one (1) year from the date of the certificate issuance.
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