Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents (DIA) - Office of Safety
Grants of up to $25,000 to Massachusetts nonprofit and for-profit employers for employee training activities that will reduce the risk of workplace-related illness and injury. The purpose of this program is to promote healthy and safe workplace conditions through education, training, and other preventative programs.
The prevention of occupational injury and illness is in everyone’s best interest. This Grant entitled, “Workplace Safety Training and Education Grant Program” is issued under the provisions of the Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 23E, Section 3, and administered by the Department of Industrial Accidents, Office of Safety.
Strong preference will be given to first time applicants, consortium applicants, employers and organizations who demonstrate a compelling program design that addresses an injury history, potential injury or provides a proactive approach to injury prevention.
Grants are awarded to employers that best satisfy the Safety Grant Program goals. Greater weight will be given to all-inclusive programs, those that incorporate the cost of all training materials and certifications where practical.
GrantWatch ID#: 151117
Each fiscal year the grant program awards a maximum of $25,000 to qualifying Massachusetts businesses and organizations.
Timetable for funding is determined by the fiscal year, therefore, all training programs must be completed on or before June 30, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications must be emailed to:
Original contractual documents must be sent at the time of application via US Post or similar service to:
Department of Industrial Accidents
Office of Safety
1 Congress St., 10th Floor
Boston MA 02114
Maria Pesantes, Program Coordinator
617-727-4900 ext. 7376
Deven Awalt, Program Coordinator
617-727-4900 ext. 7404
For questions, contact:
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