OSHA Recordkeeping in Construction
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OSHA recordkeeping rules have changed - Make sure you are up to date.
Over the past few years, OSHA has been particularly aggressive in using its reporting procedures and recordkeeping authority to further its enforcement agenda. Most recently, OSHA amended its recordkeeping rule to include electronic filing provisions and anti-retaliation provisions. How have the increased reporting requirements affected OSHA's enforcement strategy? Will the electronic submission requirements be curtailed by President Trump's administration? How have the anti-retaliation provisions impacted post-incident drug testing and safety incentive programs? What are the most common recordkeeping mistakes? Which employer is responsible for recordkeeping on a multiemployer worksite? These important issues will be discussed.
AuthorsDee Anna D. Hays, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Phillip B. Russell, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Most Recent Regulatory Changes
• Electronic Reporting
- Internal Reporting Procedures
- Post-Accident Drug Testing
- Safety Incentive Programs
• Common Mistakes
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