[UPDATE] OSHA Sets Launch Date of Electronic Injury & Illness Reporting Application

In late June, OSHA pushed the enforcement of their 2016 rule which will require employers to electronically submit injury and illness reports from July 1, 2017 to December 1, 2017.  At that time it was unknown when the administration would launch the platform to submit the data online, but that has now been decided.

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[UPDATE] OSHA Proposes Delay for Electronic Injury Reporting Rule

Since the beginning of the year, OSHA has had a pretty hard time enforcing any of its new rules due to delays.  The silica dust exposure rule was delayed 90 to September 23,  the crane certification rule is facing yet another possible delay, and now the electronic injury reporting rule is facing another delay. 

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OSHA Delays Electronic Recordkeeping Injury Reporting

On January 1, 2017, OSHA officially put into effect a revision to workplace injury and illness reporting that requires certain employers to submit recorded information of these instances electronically.  Companies were to submit all of this information from the previous year (2016) by July 1, 2017, but now that due date is in jeopardy.

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