Workplace safety programs: OSHA forming focus groups
Washington — OSHA is seeking participants for employee focus groups as it tries to learn more about workplace safety programs, along with related communications and values.
“These focus groups are designed for workers who participate in workplace safety and health programs but do not create the policies or procedures or oversee staff,” the agency says.
OSHA plans to use the information gathered from the focus groups to improve its programs and outreach.
Focus group sessions will be conducted virtually and are expected to last no longer than 75 minutes. Anyone interested in participating can sign up online.
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