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Alliance Organizations

Alliance Organizations are safety groups and trade associations that support the ALI mission of promoting safe ladder use and injury prevention.  Collaboration through engagement and cross promotion of initiatives with these allied groups widens ALI members' exposure to other industry programs, training and events. ALI is please to recognize the following Alliance Organizations:


International Window Cleaning Association


About: The mission of the IWCA promotes the success of its window cleaning company members through standards of safety, education, advocacy and research.

The IWCA was the Secretariat of the 2001 ANSI/IWCA I-14 Window Cleaning Safety Standard, which is still being referenced by building owners and property managers as well as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) before, during, and after their publication of the new Walking and Working Surfaces Regulations. In addition, the standard was designed for reference by professional engineers, architects and manufacturers of window cleaning equipment. The I-14.1 Window Cleaning Safety Standard is the only standard of its type that is specifically for those in the window cleaning industry.

The IWCA Window Cleaner Safety Training Program provides the knowledge and expertise for participants to learn how to think safely and plan for any type of window cleaning.  It covers the most popular types of access equipment being used today. The Safety Training programs adhere to OSHA regulations and are based on IWCA’s long-standing OSHA Alliance.


Jennifer Hedrick,

Executive Director

Stefan Bright

Safety Director

ASC A14 Committee Member


Painting Contractors Association


About: The Painting Contractors Association (PCA) is a national trade association dedicated to the success of painting and decorating contractors through ethics, education, and excellence.

PCA is the only trade association dedicated to the success of the nearly 310,000 painting contractors in America and Canada. PCA offers contractor members many opportunities to develop and grow through participation in education programs, attendance at local networking meetings, use of PCA Industry Standards and other resources. The PCA education center offers educational videos and live webinars from established contractors and business owners from around the world to provide business and technical training.

Steve Skodak, CAE, CFRE
Executive Director

John Schwent
Associate Executive Director

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