What and When are Companies Required to Report or Record for OSHA

In general, companies are required to report or record injuries and illnesses that occur in the workplace. However, there are specific cases where this requirement may differ – for example, if an injury results in hospitalization within 24 hours of the work-related incident, then it must be reported to OSHA directly within 24 hours. In…

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Reasons Why OSHA Recordkeeping is Critical for Your Business

The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) focuses on ensuring the safety of employees by monitoring all work-related injuries and illnesses. To facilitate this, every employer in the United States is required to keep records of any incidence that results in harm to the employee. OSHA provides clear and concise requirements and criteria for recording…

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