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Tressi Cordaro Comments on Implications of OSHA's Final Injury and Illness Tracking Rule

  • January 31, 2019
  • From SHRM

Tressi Cordaro comments on implications of OSHA's recently issued final rule eliminating the requirement that worksites with 250 or more employees electronically submit certain injury and illness information to the agency in "OSHA Scales Back Electronic Record-Keeping Rule," published by SHRM.

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