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Whistleblower advisory committee seeking member nominations

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Washington – OSHA is seeking nominations for membership on its Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee.

Six membership positions are open: two representing management, two representing labor and two representing the public. The selected members would serve a two-year term for positions that will become vacant on Dec. 1. Nominations are due May 31.

The 12-member WPAC advises OSHA on ways to improve the agency’s whistleblower protection activities.

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