With February 1, 2016 upon us, employer 2015 OSHA 300 annual report summary forms (300A) should be completed and posted, even if you don’t have any recordable injuries or illnesses! Given the 2015 OSHA changes, employers can expect that OSHA will continue serious enforcement of its recordkeeping standards throughout 2016. Fisher & Phillips LLP outlines OSHA reporting requirements.
Like death and taxes, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) can always be counted on to ratchet up enforcement efforts against employers each year. 2016 appears to be no different. The year begins with the agency continuing to sharpen its emphasis on inspecting and citing employers who violate its recordkeeping standard...Read More