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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has sourced new members for its Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health, which was established by the Construction Safety Act to provide “advice and assistance in construction standards and policy matters” to the assistant secretary of labor for occupational safety and health. The committee consists of 15 members, one appointed by the secretary of labor, to represent the interests of employers, employees, state safety and health agencies, in addition to the public.

Members generally serve a two-year term and can be appointed to successive terms. The advisory committee meets two to four times per year. Visit osha.gov/advisorycommittee/accsh to learn more about the committee and its members.


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