On May 11, 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued its final reporting rules that expand the collection of injury data from private employers in certain industries. Starting in 2017, the new rules will require employers in high-hazard industries to upload its OSHA 300A injury and illness data directly to OSHA. The agency will remove […]

via OSHA’s new rule requires injury data reporting (starting 2017) — Florida Small/Mid Business HR Blog

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