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OSHA to host virtual meeting on Whistleblower Protection Program

Original article published by Safety+Health

Photo: OSHA

Washington — OSHA has scheduled a virtual public meeting for May 10 to hear stakeholder input on how it can improve outreach and training efforts for its Whistleblower Protection Program.

In particular, OSHA is seeking responses to these questions:

  • What can the agency do to improve the Whistleblower Protection Program’s website?
  • What additional materials would be beneficial for the agency to make publicly available on its website?
  • What types of whistleblower training videos or presentations would be useful for the public to better understand the whistleblower laws enforced by OSHA?
  • How can OSHA better engage with complainants and respondents?

According to a notice published in the April 4 Federal Register, the meeting is slated for 1 p.m. Eastern. Anyone interested in attending the meeting must register by May 3. Relevant comments must be submitted by May 24.

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