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OSHA seeks nominations for whistleblower advisory committee

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Washington – OSHA is looking to fill 12 positions on its Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee.

The positions will become vacant Jan. 1, the agency announced. Half the appointees will serve for one year while the other half will serve two years. The one-year open positions include one public representative, one State Plan state representative, and two management and two labor representatives. The two-year positions include two representatives each from management, labor and the public.

Nominations, which can include current committee members, are due May 12.

WPAC advises and makes recommendations to the secretary of labor and the OSHA administrator on improving OSHA’s whistleblower protection activities.