Employers should pay close attention to OSHA’s recent revisions to its enforcement procedures on injury reporting, particularly those dealing with Rapid Response Investigations.
The deadline is approaching for annual recordkeeping reporting to OSHA. When completing these forms, it is important to know some of the most common OSHA recordkeeping mistakes that could result in enforcement action. Here are the top five:
New OSHA recordkeeping rules that went into effect this year are creating confusion among employers about the definition of an amputation and how to quickly determine if an incident that occurred after work hours is actually work-related, according to an article in Business Insurance magazine.