OSHA Looks to Reassure Employers on Reporting Injuries Under New Rules


Federal safety officials will not use information generated by employers in what are known as rapid response investigation reports to issue citations and fines — a major concern expressed by employers and their representatives.

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration's revised reporting requirements under its severe injury reporting rule, which are effective Jan. 1, keep the mandate that all workplace fatalities be reported within eight hours.

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