Private industry employers in 2020 reported 2.7 million non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses. Certain companies with more than 10 employees must keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses to be filed with the OSHA.
The Insight Report “Reporting Injuries and Illnesses: Are You Collecting the Right Data for OSHA Recordkeeping,” explains what needs to be reported and where things often get tricky for many safety professionals. Learn about:
- OSHA’s recordkeeping rules
- What should and should not be recorded
- Why under-reporting is a problem for many
- How technology can improve recordkeeping