New OSHA Injury Reporting Rule Delayed, Won’t Ban Certain Drug Tests
The article, “New OSHA Injury Reporting Rule Delayed, Won’t Ban Certain Drug Tests,” featured in MH&L, discussed how the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has delayed enforcement of its new injury and illness record-keeping rule to Dec. 1 to try to clear up confusion it created over post-accident drug testing of employees.
Howard Mavity provided his take on OSHA’s new injury reporting rule.
He warned that “the actual rule language is brief and neither as expansive or detailed as OSHA’s interpretations suggest.”
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