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VPPPA Workplace Safety Plan

Columbine, Sandy Hook, San Bernardino, Excel Industries. What do these words have in common? Workers and students were killed in a place they thought safe. In fact, there is no workplace that is absolutely safe. Workplace violence has become far too common. Anyone or anyplace can be a target and the threat may be internal or external to the organization.

In an uncommon display of election-year bipartisanship, U.S. Senators Michael Enzi (R-WY) and Michael Bennet (D-CO) proposed legislation last week, (S. 2881) to make the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) a permanent part of the workplace safety picture.

As of November 1, 2015, our database and website were updated and the VPPPA national office moved to a new system. Your member ID number and email address have remained the same however; your password has changed. If you have not logged into our system since October 2015, your old password will no longer work. All users logging into the website for the first time will need to click on the “forgot your email or password” link to receive a new password. You may use your new password to login with your individual member ID or email address and may then change it to something that you will remember. Please use the following frequently asked questions below to guide you through the process.