Breaking Down the January 1 OSHA Reporting Changes
For staffing agencies in states that use Federal OSHA guidelines, the only injuries in the workplace that currently need to be reported are fatalities and any work-related hospitalizations of three or more employees. However, OSHA’s updated recordkeeping rule has now changed those requirements.
REMINDER: Effective January 1, 2015, OSHA is expanding the requirements to include a few other types of severe injuries. To get a better understanding of the reporting changes:
- Check out the below chart
- Read our initial blog post “OSHA’s New Year Reporting Resolutions”
- Or contact a member of our safety team.
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