Washington — OSHA has scheduled a public meeting for May 12 to gather information on key issues facing its Whistleblower Protection Program.
According to a notice published in the March 13 Federal Register, the meeting is set for 1 p.m. Eastern at the agency’s headquarters in Washington.
To better understand how it can improve the program, OSHA is interested in input regarding:
- How the agency can deliver better customer service.
- The kind of assistance the agency can provide to help explain the whistleblower laws it enforces.
- Where the agency’s outreach efforts should be targeted.
The deadline to register is April 28. Comments are due May 5.
OSHA enforces whistleblower protections under 23 statutes.