Co-Chair of Workplace Safety and Catastrophe Management Practice Comments on OSHA’s Planned Electronic Record-Keeping Rule Change
In the Business Insurance article, “Reaction Mixed to OSHA’s Planned Electronic Record-Keeping Rule Changes,” co-chair of Fisher Phillips’ Workplace Safety and Catastrophe Management Practice Edwin Foulke comments on what the upcoming change could mean for employers. The article discusses OSHA’s proposal to rescind parts of the electronic record-keeping rule that could keep injuries, illnesses and other sensitive employee information protected.
“It relieves an unnecessary burden on the employers to provide all this information; that is all information OSHA didn’t need to perform its (own) mission,” said Edwin. He added the change would allow employers the freedom to refine their workplace safety programs without the extra paperwork.
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