Alexander Acosta Confirmed as Secretary of Labor

After a bipartisan vote of 60-38, the Senate officially confirmed R. Alexander Acosta as Secretary of Labor on April 27. The confirmation comes over two months since President Donald Trump nominated Acosta after his initial nominee Andrew Puzder withdrew his […]

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OSHA releases injury tracking application specs for the recordkeeping final rule

OSHA recently released its technical specifications regarding the recordkeeping final rule.

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How long must employers retain recordkeeping logs? [Video]

Employers must make and retain their OSHA recordkeeping logs for up to five years under the guidelines of the agency's new final rule.

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OSHA issues final rule clarifying ongoing obligation to maintain records

OSHA issued a final rule Dec. 19, 2016, clarifying the ongoing obligation to keep and maintain work-related injury and illness logs.

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The deadline for posting your OSHA 300A log is quickly approaching [Video]

Employers must be ready for the upcoming OSHA recordkeeping data electronic submission deadline!

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Regulatory recap of 2016 rulemaking measures

Many rulemaking changes have occurred throughout 2016. Here are our top four.

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The OSHA recordkeeping Form 300A posting deadline is approaching

Employers must start preparing their recordkeeping log for the quickly approaching OSHA final rule deadline.

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OSHA recordkeeping changes

New OSHA recordkeeping and reporting regulations will go into effect at the start of the new year.

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Key deadlines for the electronic submission of OSHA recordkeeping data [Video]

Employers must follow proper recordkeeping practices to keep their employees safe at work. Companies must also know key deadlines and how this new electronic submission process will work for them.

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