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Advisory committees

Advisory committees are one of the ways Oregon OSHA involves the public in drafting rules. The advisory committee is an excellent source of determining what, if any, fiscal impact the new rulemaking may have on the regulated community. When Oregon OSHA appoints an advisory committee the recommendations are considered before adopting, amending, or repealing a rule. Advisory committee meetings are open to the public.

Ongoing committees

 Agricultural Employer


 Fire Services

 Forest Activities


Rule advisory committees


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