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Benefits Review Board Agency overview Formed 1972 Jurisdiction Federal government of the United States Headquarters Washington, D.C. Employees 1,000 Website The Department of Labor's Benefits Review Board was created in 1972, by the United States Congress, to review and issue decisions on appeals of workers’ compensation claims arising under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act and the Black Lung Benefits amendments to the Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969. Operation The Board, by statute, consists of five Members appointed by the Secretary of Labor, one of whom is designated as Chairman and Chief Administrative Appeals Judge. The Board’s mission is to issue decisions on the appeals pending before it with expediency, consistency and impartiality, in accordance with its statutory standard of review and applicable law. The Board exercises the appellate review authority formerly exercised by the United States District Courts. Board decisions may be appealed to the U.S. Courts of Appeals and to the U.S. Supreme Court.[1] External links References ^ v • d • e Agencies under the United States Department of Labor Secretary of Labor Deputy Secretary of Labor Administrative Review Board · Benefits Review Board · Bureau of International Labor Affairs · Bureau of Labor Statistics · Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives · Employees' Compensation Appeals Board · Employee Benefits Security Administration · Employment and Training Administration  · Mine Safety and Health Administration  · Occupational Safety and Health Administration · Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs  · Office of Labor-Management Standards  · Office of Workers' Compensation Programs  · Veterans' Employment and Training Service · Wage and Hour Division  · Women's Bureau This United States government-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e