OSHA extends recordkeeping comment deadline to March 8

By: January 8th, 2014 Email This Post Print This Post

OSHA has announced that it will extend a public comment period on a proposed new requirement that would change the way employers report injuries.

Significant requests from worker unions for more time to consider the change as well as negative feedback were cited as the reasons for the extension until March 8. OSHA is scheduled to have a public meeting tomorrow on the proposed new rule to allow public comment.

A new requirement proposed by OSHA would make certain employers submit OSHA 300 injury and illness recordkeeping data electronically and would make some of the data public.

 

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