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    Michaels, Barab and Berkowitz to stay on at OSHA

    February 7, 2013

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    Washington – David Michaels will remain as OSHA administrator during President Barack Obama’s second term, an agency spokesperson confirmed to Safety+Health on Feb. 7.

    Joining Michaels will be assistant administrator Jordan Barab and Deborah Berkowitz, chief of staff – both of whom served during Obama’s first term.

    Michaels was appointed as administrator in 2009. He has the potential to become the longest serving OSHA administrator in the agency’s history.

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