All information, good or bad, will be published online. This is the same information that employers were already collecting and typically revealed to OSHA only during inspections or surveys.
On May 12, 2016, OSHA changed the way the workplace injury “game” is played, and there are many who believe the playing field was tipped decidedly in OSHA’s favor. With the stroke of a pen, new regulations were implemented whereby the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will require employers to submit detailed annual reports of workplace injuries and illnesses for publication online on a public website. Think of this site as a kind of ...
Register for Free Access (Valid Email Required)
Please register to get free access to OSHAâ€™s New Rules Mean No More Secrets as well as all of Foundry Management & Technology's exclusive content. You will also receive a complimentary 8-page copy of the 2017 Business Outlook for Metalcasting (retail value $10) sent to you by email.