“OSHA Issues Final Rule on Recorkeeping/Reporting & Changing to NAICS Codes from SIC”

OSHA issued its final rule on Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements on September 11, 2014, to take effect on January 1, 2015.  Changes include new requirements to report amputations, loss of an eye, and hospitalizations of one (1) or more employees within 24 hours.  Federal OSHA did not previously require the reporting of amputations or loss … Continue reading “OSHA Issues Final Rule on Recorkeeping/Reporting & Changing to NAICS Codes from SIC”

“OSHA’s Regulatory Agenda ‘Aggressive’ With 29 Rulemakings”

by Paul Lawton Monday, June 16th, 2014 In all, OSHA’s ambitious regulatory agenda sets out action on 29 rulemakings. Here are the highlights. Final rule stage. Final rules expected this year or later: Occupational injury and illness recording and requirements—NAICS update and reporting revisions. OSHA anticipates a final rule in June 2014 that would update … Continue reading “OSHA’s Regulatory Agenda ‘Aggressive’ With 29 Rulemakings”

OSHA Dates To Make Note Of In 2014 – Changes Coming

  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) portion of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Fall 2013 Regulatory Agenda revealed several dates in 2014 that employers should take notice of, including proposed rules on the long-promised injury and illness prevention program and occupational exposure to beryllium; a small-business review of combustible dust; public hearings on … Continue reading OSHA Dates To Make Note Of In 2014 – Changes Coming