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Beginning in 2017 Certain Employers Must Electronically Report Injuries and Illness to OSHA

Beginning in 2017 Certain Employers Must Electronically Report Injuries and Illness to OSHA

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Thanks to a new final rule implemented by OHSA, beginning on January 1, 2017 certain employers will be required to electronically report worksite injuries and illnesses to OSHA. To learn more about the new rule, click here.

Remember, if you are issued an OSHA citation, even if it is for improper record keeping or failure to properly report, you only have 15 working days to file your notice of contest to challenge the amount of the fine, the citation itself or the classification of the citation.

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