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OSHA seeking members for advisory committee on federal workers

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Washington — OSHA is accepting nominations for membership on its Federal Advisory Council on Occupational Safety and Health.

According to a notice published in the Sept. 21 Federal Register, OSHA is seeking three management representatives and three labor representatives to begin three-year terms Jan. 1. The deadline to submit nominations is Nov. 21.

FACOSH members advise the labor secretary on issues relating to the occupational safety and health of federal workers. The 16-member council is made up of eight management representatives and eight labor representatives, all of whom serve terms of three years or less.

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