Tag Archives: recordkeeping

OSHA Launches New Inspection Targeting Program

Thank you to Jonathan Schaefer for this post. Jon is an attorney in our Environmental, Energy & Telecommunications Practice Group and his practice focuses on environmental compliance counseling, occupational health and safety, permitting, site remediation, and litigation related to federal and state regulatory programs. On October 17, 2018, the Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA) announced the … Continue Reading

Failed to File An Electronic Injury Report? OSHA May Be Looking For You

Thank you to Jonathan Schaefer for this post. Jon is an attorney in our Environmental, Energy & Telecommunications Practice Group and his practice focuses on environmental compliance counseling, occupational health and safety, permitting, site remediation, and litigation related to federal and state regulatory programs. Under the 2016 Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses rule … Continue Reading

OSHA’s Reporting and Recordkeeping Rule: One Year Later

OSHA’s updated reporting and recordkeeping rule, found at 29 C.F.R. 1904, went into effect in January 2015. We summarized these new requirements on the blog, which require employers to report severe workplace injuries, including inpatient hospitalization, amputation, or loss of an eye, within 24 hours. OSHA implemented these new requirements to help it target enforcement … Continue Reading

New Proposed Recordkeeping Regs from OSHA, and a Friendly Reminder on the ADA

Two short posts today – new proposed regs, and a reminder Pam: OSHA is proposing significant changes to the recordkeeping associated with injuries and illnesses.  OSHA is proposing a rule that will require electronic reporting on a much more frequent basis.  First, OSHA is proposing that workplaces more than 250 employees who are already required … Continue Reading
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