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July 24, 1984

MEMORANDUM FOR: Regional Administrators

THRU: John B. Miles Jr., Director
Directorate of Field Operations

FROM: John E. Plummer, Director
Office of Federal Agency Programs

SUBJECT: Department of Labor Regional Safety and Health Committees


I have been asked by the field as to whether OSHA personnel should serve on the Department's Regional Safety and Health Committees. The position of this Office is that any OSHA personnel who would be involved in an evaluation of the Committee should not serve on the Committee.

This would preclude the ARA/TECFAP and FAPO from serving on such Committees: but would not preclude using the expertise of OSHA ADs or CSHOs. This is based on past practice in evaluations, where the National Office or regional people would review regional level operations.



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