OSHA Changes the Reporting and Recordkeeping Rule
OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has new requirements for reporting severe injuries, illnesses and fatalities. Some industries are no longer required to routinely keep OSHA illness and injury records due to the relatively low incident rates. The rule also expands the list of severe illnesses and injuries that employers with protection must report.
Is Your Safety Manual In Compliance?
Do you know if your business would pass an OSHA safety inspection? Every company needs a current safety manual. Fines can reach up to $18,000 for not having a comprehensive, site specific Injury Illness and Prevention Program.