ComplianceMay 30, 2022

What to Expect Under the Proposed OSHA Recordkeeping Rule

What’s Inside

The OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping rule requires US employers to annually submit reports of serious work-related injuries and illnesses to keep employers accountable for workplace safety and find ways to mitigate and eliminate hazards in the workplace. In March 2022, OSHA put forth a new proposed rule for recordkeeping that aims to further improve the safety and health of workers.

Download this insight brief to learn about the proposed changes to the recordkeeping rule and how Enablon helps you prepare for these changes.

Key Takeaways

Learn more about:

  • The current recordkeeping rule from OSHA and how it may change
  • The implications of the proposed rule changes on US companies
  • How Enablon’s digital tools and software applications helps you prepare for these changes


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