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Auto Rule Underscores OSHA Push To Bolster Whistleblower Protections

March 15, 2016 at 3:47 PM
OSHA is proposing a new interim rule establishing procedures for handling complaints from whistleblowers in the automobile sector who face unlawful retaliation, the latest in a series of steps the agency is taking to bolster protections for whistleblowers. In an interim final rule slated for publication in the Federal Register March 16, the agency calls for comment on its measure establishing procedures for reviewing and addressing whisteblower complaints under the 2012 transportation law, known as Moving Ahead for Progress...

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