• Adele L. Abrams, Esq., CMSP

OSHA Set to Publish Proposed Changes to E-Recordkeeping

OSHA’s proposed rule modifying electronic recordkeeping requirements will appear in the 3/30/22 Federal Register, with a 60-day comment period. Some larger employers will no longer need to report injuries and illnesses electronically to the agency, while those with 100+ employees in designated NAICS codes would have to submit the 300/301 logs as well as the 300A report that is already required. Small employers 20-99 in high hazard sectors would continue to submit the 300A only. For assistance with comments on this rule or general OSHA compliance, contact the Law Office at 301-595-3520.

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