OSHA's Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Data Submission and Anti-Retaliation Rule: A Guide for Employers
OSHA’s “new rule” for e-recordkeeping of workplace incidents and illnesses for American businesses that came into effect this year will potentially turn a molehill of data gathering into a mountain. The number of employers who will be expected to report this data is set to quadruple.
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Other significant changes and requirements of the new rule include:
Significant expansion of those industries deemed “high hazard,”
Anti-retaliation elements applied to employers who discourage employees from reporting injury and illness incidents,
Direction to employers in conducting refresher training on recordkeeping requirements, and,
Greater auditing of injury and illness recordkeeping forms.