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"OSHA Listens" Replay

On Thursday, March 4, 2010, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) held a public meeting, "OSHA Listens," to solicit comments and suggestions from OSHA stakeholders on key issues facing the agency.

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Welcome and Introductory Comments
David Michaels, Assistant Secretary, OSHA
Deborah Berkowitz, Chief of Staff, OSHA

Panel 1
Tonya Ford, Uncle killed at ADM facility in 2009
Katherine Rodriguez, Father killed at British Petroleum in 2004
Wanda Morillo, Husband killed in a NJ industrial explosion in 2005
Celeste Monforton, American Public Health Association
Linda Reinstein, Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization

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Panel 2
Marc Freedman, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Keith Smith, National Association of Manufacturers
Frank White, ORC
Stephen Sandherr, Association of General Contractors

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Panel 3
Peg Seminario, AFL-CIO
Scott Schneider, Laborers' Health and Safety Fund
Mike Wright, United Steel Workers

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Panel 4
Chris Patton, American Society for Safety Engineers
Katharine Kirkland, Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics
Aaron Trippler, American Industrial Hygiene Association

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Panel 5
Kathleen McPhaul, American Public Health Association, Univ. of Maryland Nursing
Hestor Lipscomb, Duke University Medical School
Rick Neitzel, National Hearing Conservation Association
Matt Schudtz, Center for Progressive Reform

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Panel 6
Karen Harned, Nat'l Federation of Independent Business, Small Business Legal Center
Cynthia Hilton, Institute of Makers of Explosives
Subhash C. Vaidya, Navistar, Inc.

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Panel 7
Andrew Youpel, Brandenburg Industrial Service Company
Robert Matuga, National Association of Home Builders
Tom Broderick, Construction Safety Council

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Panel 8
Don Villarejo, California Institute for Rural Studies
Luzdary Giraldo, NY Committee for Occupational Safety and Health
Roger Cook/Peter Dooley, Western NY Council on Occupational Safety and Health

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Panel 9
Rick Engler, NJ Work Environmental Council
Tom O'Connor, National Council for Occupational Safety and Health
Norman Pflanz, Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law
Chris Trahan, Building and Construction Trades Department

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Panel 10
John Masarick, Independent Electrical Contractors
Davis Layne, VPPPA

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Panel 11
Bruce Lapham, Valcourt Building Services, LC
Marc Kolanz, Brush Wellman Inc.

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Panel 12
Pamela Vossenas, Unite Here! International
John Morawetz, International Chemical Workers Union Council
Dinkar Mokadam/Chris Witkowski, Association of Flight Attendants-CWA

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Panel 13
Rick Inclima, International Brotherhood of Teamsters
Jason Zuckerman, Employment Law Group
Richard Renner, National Whistleblowers Center

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Note: The videos from the afternoon panels will be added as soon as they are available.