A Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee will be created by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration to make recommendations to U.S. Department of Labor officials on improving OSHA’s administration of whistleblower laws in regard to investigation, enforcement, training, and partnering with other agencies. This move will help beef up protections for whistleblowers “who expose securities and financial fraud, adulterated foods, air and water pollution, or workplace safety hazards,” says Dr. David Michaels, the assistant labor secretary who oversees OSHA.
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