Safety and OSHA News

OSHA recordkeeping break: Now only 1 electronic file required

OSHA has scaled back the number of forms larger employers have to submit electronically. However, there is something new employers now have to submit. 

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Not reporting injuries could bring an OSHA inspector to your door

Questions have arisen about whether the Trump administration has weakened the OSHA electronic injury reporting rule because there appear to be few (if any) penalties tied to not reporting. That’s changed.  [Read more…]

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OSHA issues proposal to end some electronic recordkeeping submissions

As expected, OSHA says it wants to remove a requirement from its electronic recordkeeping rule.  [Read more…]

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OSHA injury summaries must be posted starting Feb. 1

Your OSHA injury recordkeeping requirements include not only reporting to the government, but posting a summary for employees to see, too.  [Read more…]

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Update: OSHA electronic injury reporting deadline extended to Dec. 31

OSHA has given companies a two-week grace period to submit electronically injury and illness reports.   [Read more…]

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OSHA delays new recordkeeping rule

Larger employers and those in certain high-risk industries that were supposed to electronically submit injury records to OSHA by July 1 will get a break from that deadline.  [Read more…]

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Has OSHA eliminated its proposal to publish workplace injury data?

A yet-to-be-implemented part of OSHA’s recent revisions on reporting workplace injuries may not go into effect at all.  [Read more…]

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OSHA to post companies’ injury records on agency’s website

OSHA has issued a final rule that will require employers to send in their injury and illness data electronically for posting on the agency’s website.

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