Small Business Opportunity to Participate on a Panel on Future OSHA Rule on Workplace Violence in Healthcare

​OSHA is currently contemplating a new rulemaking on Workplace Violence in Healthcare and Social Service Settings. OSHA has included this rulemaking and panel in its Regulatory Agenda and publicly stated that it plans to convene this SBAR/SBREFA on Workplace Violence in Healthcare and Social Service Settings in the very near future. Here is a link to further information from OSHA’s website about what a SBAR/SBREFA panel entails (Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act of 1996 (SBREFA) | Occupational Safety and Health Administration (

In order to participate in the panel as a small entity representative (SER), you must be a qualified small entity employer (details below) that would be directly regulated by the rule.

It is up to OSHA if and when to convene this panel, but if members are interested in participating, please share the following information with Bruce E. Lundegren, Assistant Chief Counsel of the SBA//Office of Advocacy at
Company or Entity Name: 
Sector or Type of Operation: 
Type of Small Entity (i.e., small business, small non-profit organization, or small government jurisdiction?)*
Six-Digit NAICS Code if small business (from SBA Table of Size Standards -
Size Standard for that NAICS Code: 
Number of Employees or Revenues (depending on NAICS code): 
Point of Contact (i.e., the potential SER): 
Job Title or Duties: 
Address (Street, City, State, Zip Code): 
Phone Number: 
Email Address: 
Website Address: