As Fuyao Glass America Inc., a manufacturer in Moraine, Ohio, learned the hard way when faced with over $700,000 in fines, being unprepared for a Site-Specific Targeting (SST) program inspection can...Read More
Now is the time of year when employers should be submitting their OSHA 300A forms electronically to OSHA, which makes for a perfect opportunity for a quick audit of 2018 OSHA logs.
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Starting July 1, 2018, OSHA began requiring employers to electronically submit work-related injury data for review. The deadline for submission going forward is March 2 annually, which is coming up...Read More
In a not-so-surprising initiative, the Trump administration along with OSHA has made the decision to roll back part of their Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses final rule. With this...Read More
Hand in hand with the workplace, there is OSHA. For decades, OSHA has required employers to track any instance of work-related injury or illness in an OSHA log. Now they have taken things one step...Read More
Last week, the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration (“OSHA”) issued a standard interpretation clarifying its position on the new recordkeeping rule’s anti-retaliation provisions. OSHA’s...Read More
Looking at the number of days employees stay at home due to a work-related illness or injury is one piece of the safety puzzle, but what about the others? There are two other components that should...Read More