The ACCSH is a continuing advisory body established by statute that provides advice and assistance in construction standards and policy matters to the Assistant Secretary. There are 15 members of this advisory body. The ACCSH meetings are open to the Public and are announced in the Federal Register and appear on this page.
Additional information about Advisory Committees is found at 29 CFR 1912.
The following collection of pages includes information on:
Work group meeting schedules can be found in Federal Register Notices.
For general information about ACCSH and ACCSH meetings:
For information about submitting comments or requests to speak, and for special accommodations for the meeting:
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