OSHA Rule Stresses Maintaining Injury and Illness Records
In the article "OSHA Rule Stresses Maintaining Injury and Illness Records," featured Business Insurance, attorney Edwin Foulke discusses the new U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration rule and what it could mean for employers.
“It kind of opens up the door for OSHA to be able to issue more citations under the recordkeeping standard,” said Edwin Foulke, an Atlanta-based partner at Fisher Phillips L.L.P. and a former assistant secretary of labor for Occupational Safety and Health.
“I just don’t know if someone is going to spend the political capital to try to push on this,” Mr. Foulke said. “The silica standard is clearly one that there’s probably more interest in dealing with.”
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