The panel represents the interests of labor, management and the public.
A University of Nebraska law professor has been appointed to serve on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee.
Richard Moberly will join Jonathan Brock of the University of Washington and Emily Spieler of Northwestern University as the three committee members representing the public on the 15-person panel. The panel represents the interests of labor, management and the public.
OSHA enforces whistleblower provisions and laws protecting employees who report reasonably perceived violations of regulations.
Moberly is a nationally recognized expert in the area, having published numerous articles on whistleblowing and retaliation.