Occupational, Safety and Health Board (OSHA)
To develop and recommend to the Mayor standards pertaining to occupational safety and health issues. To hold hearings, make decisions on temporary and permanent variances, abatement periods, penalties and license revocations, advise the director of DOES; adopt rules. Members must file personal financial disclosure statements. Seven DC residents, appointed by the Mayor, representing the working age population of the District in terms of race, ethnic origin, and sex. The Mayor designates a chairperson, there should be two members each from the private sector representing management and labor and 1 member each from the public sector representing labor and management.
Licensed - Yes
Paid stipend or salary - No