Occupational Safety and Health Advisory Council
Remote meeting statement
There will be no in-person meetings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See Minnesota Statutes 13D.021 for remote meeting requirements. Meeting will occur via Webex. View Webex instructions: interactive instructions; and printable instructions. To ensure your ability to connect, attempt to login at least five minutes before the start of the meeting. Contact Gretchen Longbehn, executive secretary, at email@example.com or 651-284-5010 for more information or if you are unable to connect to the meeting.
Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, 10 a.m. to noon
Phone: Call 855-282-6330 or 415-655-0003 and enter access code 187 877 0159
Friday, Feb. 18, 2022, 10 a.m. to noon
Phone: Call 855-282-6330 or 415-655-0003 and enter access code 187 742 8552
The Occupational Safety and Health Advisory Council (OSHAC) advises the Department of Labor and Industry in carrying out the purposes of Minnesota Statutes 182 and other Occupational Safety and Health Administration statutes.
The council consists of 12 members appointed by the commissioner. Council members include three representatives from management, three representatives from labor, three representatives of occupational safety and health professions, and three representatives from the general public.
View member list (updated April 2021)
OSHAC meets quarterly, from 10 a.m. to noon, currently online via Webex. See the current meeting schedule below. For more information or to be added to the email list for meeting notices, contact Gretchen Longbehn, executive secretary, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-284-5010. People on the email list for meeting notices may also receive periodic updates from the department about Minnesota OSHA activities.
OSHAC meeting schedule, agendas, minutes
Green meeting practices
The state of Minnesota is committed to minimizing the environmental impact of this event by following green meeting practices. DLI is minimizing the environmental impact of its events by following green meeting practices. DLI encourages participants to use electronic copies of handouts or to print them on 100% post-consumer processed chlorine-free paper, double-sided.