OSHA sets listening meeting

Posted by Clarion Safety on 17th Jan 2010

OSHA has set a public meeting to hear comment from stakeholders and interested parties, especially about emerging or unaddressed workplace safety issues.

See the full news release from OSHA here.

OSHA Dr. David Michaels said the meeting "gives us an opportunity to hear your ideas, suggestions and comments on key issues facing this agency."

Advance registration is required to speak at the meeting; it can be done by email here. Include:

  • Your name, title, company or organization (if applicable), address, telephone number and e-mail address.
  • If you wish to make a short presentation, the specific topic or issue to be addressed.

The Feb. 10 session will be in Washington.


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