More changes under OSHA’s Recordkeeping and Reporting rule will take effect January 1, 2017 and reporting requirements will be phased in over two years. We’ll help you understand the changes, plus we’ve got a downloadable 5-Step Guide to help you with your decision-making.
Per OSHA’s website, more changes under OSHA’s Recordkeeping and Reporting rule will take effect January 1, 2017, requiring certain employers to electronically submit their recorded injury and illness data. OSHA will provide a secure website that is scheduled to go live in February 2017. Analysis of this data will enable OSHA to use its enforcement and compliance assistance resources more efficiently. Some of the data will also be posted to the OSHA website. OSHA believes that public disclosure will encourage employers to improve workplace safety and provide valuable information to workers, job seekers, customers, researchers and the general public.
Details related to these new requirements will be covered in our upcoming OSHA #7845 Recordkeeping classes.
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Come prepared with all your questions! In the meantime, download this free 5-Step Guide on the Recordkeeping Decision Process.