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OSHA to host public meeting on whistleblower issues

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Washington — OSHA has scheduled a public meeting for May 14 to discuss certain provisions of its Whistleblower Protection Programs.

In advance of the meeting, announced in the April 1 Federal Register, OSHA is interested in input regarding:

  • How the agency can deliver better whistleblower customer service.
  • The kind of assistance the agency can provide to help explain the whistleblower laws it enforces.

Anyone interested in attending the meeting must register by April 30. Comments are due May 7.

OSHA enforces whistleblower protections under 22 statutes.

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