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Do Employers Need to Keep OSHA Logs?

4.7.20

Compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act’s (OSHA) reporting rules leads to employer questions concerning OSHA’s record keeping requirements, including the frequently asked – “do I have to keep OSHA logs?” In a bylined article published by Rock Road Recycle, Kristin White and Chantell Foley help employers determine their OSHA reporting requirements. The authors provide guidance on what qualifies as an “establishment” and what it means to be “exempt,” and in the end the article notes that “[i]n a nutshell, if your company has establishments with different business activities you only have to keep and file OSHA injury records for those establishments that are non-exempt.”

To read the article, visit Rock Road Recycle.

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