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House Labor Committee Staffer Tapped As OSHA's Deputy Administrator

July 19, 2017
The Trump administration has reportedly selected Loren Sweatt, a senior policy advisor to the House panel with oversight for labor, as OSHA's deputy chief, a role in which she is expected to lead the agency until an Assistant Labor Secretary is nominated and confirmed for OSHA's top political leadership position, according to published reports. In a July 19 post to his workplace safety blog Confined Space , former Obama-era OSHA Deputy Chief Jordan Barab says Sweatt has been selected for...


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