OSHA Rule Aims to Protect Privacy, Simplify Compliance
Washington, DC (WorkersCompenstion.com) - Employers will no longer be required to include workers’ social security numbers on certain records. That’s among the changes to OSHA’s recordkeeping, general industry, maritime, and construction standards.
The agency issued its fourth final rule under its Standards Improvement Project, which is part of the government’s effort to streamline and simplify government regulations. The changes were initially proposed in ...
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