Employers Must Post OSHA Injury and Illness Summary by February 1
Jan 26, 2018
According to OHSA, all employers are responsible for providing a safe workplace for their employees. As part of this responsibility, employers must keep track of all workplace injuries and illnesses and provide their employees with access to this information. Per OSHA regulations, employers must keep and maintain this information in an OSHA 300 Injury and Illness Log. Employers must then post a summary of this information in their facilities from February 1st to April 30th of the following year. This means from February 1st to April 30th of 2018, employers must post their 2017 work-related injury and illness summary. The summary should be posted in work areas where employee notices are customarily placed. Employers with ten or fewer employees are not required to post their summary. Sign up to receive the most up-to-date regulatory and legislative information about specialty imaging.
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