Tag: OSHA Reporting
Clients frequently ask, “Can my own OSHA documentation be used against me?” In 2000 OSHA released a formal policy addressing the issue. Here's what it says.
We work in an industry filled with heavy machinery, noxious chemicals, and distracted workers. Keep these OSHA injury reporting timelines handy just in case.
If you have more than 10 employees, you probably need to complete OSHA Form 300A—and the deadline is coming soon. Here’s everything you need to know.
Here’s what you need to know about OSHA reporting and OSHA reportable incidents, including compliance info, exemptions from reporting and recordkeeping, & more.
How do you report an employee’s illness to OSHA when you can’t confirm it’s COVID-19? New enforcement guidance seeks to clarify for employers.
In the interest of helping you protect your workforce & bottom line, here’s a 3-step plan for recording and reporting workplace injuries and illnesses to OSHA.
OSHA reporting and recordkeeping may not seem as urgent as an unconscious employee or a toppled forklift, but they’re vital to any safety management program.
Many employers are failing to report serious injuries to OSHA. If one of your insured gets dinged, they’ll probably wonder why their broker didn’t warn them.
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