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Maritime advisory committee to receive update on beryllium rule

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Washington – OSHA’s Maritime Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health is scheduled to receive an update on the agency’s proposed beryllium rule during a May 3 meeting.

The meeting, slated to take place in Washington, will include reports from the committee’s work groups, as well as a presentation on advisory committee ethics. MACOSH’s Longshoring and Shipyard work groups also are scheduled to meet May 3-4 to discuss temporary workers, mechanic safety and worker protection from toxic preservation coatings, among other topics.

The meetings are open to the public.

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