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Construction advisory committee schedules July meetings

July 13, 2011

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Washington – The Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health is slated to meet July 27-28 in Washington to discuss OSHA’s injury and illness prevention program proposed rulemaking. ACCSH work groups will meet on July 27, and the full committee will meet July 28.

The agenda also includes remarks from OSHA administrator David Michaels and updates from the Directorates of Construction and Cooperative and State Programs.

AACSH advises the OSHA administrator on construction standards and policies.

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