OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements Could Have A Big Impact On Employers
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – OSHA’s new recordkeeping standards under changes to 2 9 CFR Part 1904 could have a potential impact for employers, especially in regards to how OSHA intends to use the data.
For many years, employers kept illness and injury records on site. The only time OSHA would review the information was through a periodic audit, if at all, depending on the size and risk of the employer. As a result, OSHA received or reviewed only a small ...
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