Joyce Sagi has been appointed as the public representative for the Public Employees Occupational Safety and Health (PEOSH) Advisory Board.
Sagi’s appointment was part of a series of direct appointments made by Governor Christie last week to positions on various boards and commissions throughout New Jersey.
The board was established in 1983 to set standards for the safety and health of public employees, as well as reviewing workplace accidents.
By law, eighteen members of this board are to be appointed by the governor, each one representing a specific sector or institution. Sagi was chosen to represent the general public on the board.