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    OSHA postpones NACOSH planning meeting

    October 31, 2012

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    Washington – A National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health teleconference originally planned for Oct. 30 was postponed due to severe weather on the East Coast.

    NACOSH’s Effectiveness Work Group originally intended to meet in Washington to discuss possible work group activities. However, in preparation for Hurricane Sandy passing through the region on Oct. 30, federal offices in the District of Columbia were closed.

    A rescheduled date for the meeting was not available at press time.

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